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MASSON Paul
MASSON Paul

Paul MASSON

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Born in 1874, Frenchman Paul Masson won three of the six cycling events (1km time trial, 10km track race, 1,000m sprint) at the inaugural 1896 Olympic Games. After the Games in Athens, he turned professional and changed his name to Paul Nossam (Masson spelled backwards).

He placed third in the world professional sprint championship in 1897.

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  • Games
    Result
    Sport
    Event
  • G 17:54,2
    Cycling
    10km men
    G 24.0 s
    Cycling
    1km time trial men
    G 4:58.2
    Cycling
    Sprint individual men


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