Victor Hochepied

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Victor Hochepied
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Born(1883-10-29)29 October 1883
Lille, France
Died26 March 1966(1966-03-26) (aged 82)
Lille, France
Sport
SportSwimming, water polo
ClubTriton Lillois

Victor Fernand Hochepied (29 October 1883 26 March 1966) was a French swimmer who competed in the 1900 Summer Olympics.

In 1900 he won the silver medal with the French team in the 200 metre team swimming, alongside his brother, Maurice Hochepied. He also participated in the 200 metre freestyle competition and in the 200 metre obstacle event but was eliminated in the first round in both.


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