|21 August 1928
|7 November 2002 74) (aged
|1 stage 1958 Tour de France
Tino Sabbadini (Monsempron-Libos, 21 August 1928 — Monsempron-Libos, 7 November 2002) was a French professional road bicycle racer. He won the fourth stage of the 1958 Tour de France.
Villeneuve, LaVilleneuve or deVilleneuve may refer to:
Fumel is a commune in the Lot-et-Garonne department in south-western France. Situated at the right bank of the river Lot, it is the centre of a small agglomeration which consists of 7 communes, including Monsempron-Libos and Montayral. In 1438, during the Hundred Years' War, it was pillaged by Rodrigo de Villandrando. It is twinned with Uttoxeter, United Kingdom.
The arrondissement of Villeneuve-sur-Lot is an arrondissement of France in the Lot-et-Garonne department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine région. It has 92 communes. Its population is 89,667 (2016), and its area is 1,559.7 km2 (602.2 sq mi).
The X73500 is a Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU) train type operated by the SNCF in France. They were built from 1999 to 2004 by Alsthom DDF.
Luzech is a commune in the Lot department in south-western France.
Giuseppe "Pino" Cerami was a Belgian road bicycle racer. He joined the professional peloton in 1946 as an independent. Born in Misterbianco, Sicily, Italy he was naturalised as a Belgian on 16 March 1956.
Joseph Groussard is a former French professional road bicycle racer. Groussard was professional from 1954 to 1968. He rode 9 editions of the Tour de France where he won one stage in the 1959 Tour de France and wore the yellow jersey as leader of the general classification for one day in 1960 Tour de France. Other victories include two wins in Paris–Camembert, stage wins in Paris–Nice, wins in Critérium International and Four Days of Dunkirk and the 1963 edition of Milan–San Remo. In 1965, Groussard became the Lanterne rouge in the 1965 Tour de France.
Chambourg-sur-Indre is a commune in the department of Indre-et-Loire in the region of Centre-Val de Loire, France.
Monsempron-Libos is a commune in the Lot-et-Garonne department in south-western France. Monsempron-Libos station has rail connections to Périgueux and Agen.
Éloi Tassin was a French professional road bicycle racer. Tassin won a stage in the 1939 Tour de France, and another stage in the 1947 Tour de France.
Raoul Rémy was a French professional road bicycle racer.
Michel Dejouhannet was a French professional road bicycle racer. In 1959, Dejouhannet won a stage in the 1959 Tour de France.
Jean-Pierre Danguillaume is a retired French professional road bicycle racer. He is the nephew of fellow racing cyclist Camille Danguillaume. His sporting career began with U.C. Joue. As an amateur, he competed competed in the team time trial at the 1968 Summer Olympics and won the 1969 edition of the Peace Race. In 1970 he turned professional with the Peugeot team, where he spent his entire professional career. Between 1970 and 1978, Danguillaume won 7 stages in the Tour de France. His other notable wins included the Grand Prix de Plouay in 1971, the Critérium International in 1973, the Grand Prix du Midi Libre in 1974 and Paris–Bourges in 1975. In the latter year he also took the bronze medal in the road race at the World Championships in Yvoir, Belgium. During his career he took a total of 350 wins, including 68 as a professional. After his retirement at the end of 1978, he became a directeur sportif, managing the Mercier team from 1979 to 1984. After the team was disbanded, he joined Coca-Cola Enterprises as an executive, managing the company's presence at the Tour de France as a sponsor: he remained in this role for 19 years, retiring at the end of 2003. He continued to work at the Tour in a hospitality role.
Régis Delépine is a French former professional road bicycle racer. In the 1974 edition of Bordeaux–Paris, he was ranked first together with Herman Van Springel, after Van Springel went the wrong way in the final.
Pierre Le Bigaut is a former French professional road bicycle racer.
Roger Legeay is a French former professional racing cyclist and cycling team manager.
The canton of Le Fumélois is an administrative division of the Lot-et-Garonne department, southwestern France. It was created at the French canton reorganisation which came into effect in March 2015. Its seat is in Fumel.