Théophile Beeckman

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Théophile Beeckman
Personal information
Full nameThéophile Beeckman
Born(1896-11-01)1 November 1896
Meerbeke, Belgium
Died22 November 1955(1955-11-22) (aged 59)
Team information
DisciplineRoad
RoleRider
Major wins
2 stages Tour de France

Théophile Beeckman (1 November 1896 in Meerbeke — 22 November 1955 in Meerbeke) was a Belgian professional road bicycle racer.

Major results

1922
Heure le Romain - Malmédy - Heure le Romain
1924
Tour de France:
Winner stage 3
5th place overall classification
1925
Tour de France:
Winner stage 10
6th place overall classification
1926
Tour de France:
4th place overall classification


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