A century of sports races in Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine

Cultural ,  Exhibition at Saint-Ouen

Ville de Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine
  • Come live the sports races that take place in Saint-Ouen since the end of the 19th century!

    The exhibition presents the most emblematic races: the racetrack from 1881, the regattas on the Seine, the cross schoolchildren (since the 1950s), the swimming competitions, the passage of the Tour de France in 1984, the Vivicittà since 2002, ...

    An opportunity to get to know our athletes and their winners: André Leducq (world champion on amateur road in 1924, winner of the Tours de France in 1930 and 1932), Maurice Lurot (4 titles of French champion of
    800m, participated in the 1964 Olympic Games), Josette Baujard (French record of 400m in 1958 and 1960), Charles Dujardin (2nd in the Strasbourg-Paris running race of 520km in 1950).
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