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10 September 1914 -|- Emile Engel[]

Source: Wikipedia (EN)

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Emile Engel & François Faber in 1913 - both killed in WW I

Émile Engel (Colombes, 5 April 1889 — Maurupt-le-Montois, 10 September 1914) was a French professional road bicycle racer. In the 1914 Tour de France he won stage 3, and was disqualified after stage 8 when he was involved in a fight with a race official. Only three months later he was killed in World War I.

For results in the Tour de France, see

Read more on the Dutch Wiki and the French Wiki.