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André Dufraisse

Racing cyclist

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André Dufraisse
Medal record
Representing  France
Men's cyclo-cross
World Championships
1954 Crenna Elite Men's Race
1955 Saarbrücken Elite Men's Race
1956 Luxembourg Elite Men's Race
1957 Edelare Elite Men's Race
1958 Limoges Elite Men's Race
1951 Luxembourg Elite Men's Race
1952 Geneva Elite Men's Race
1953 Quato Elite Men's Race
1961 Hanover Elite Men's Race
1962 Esch-sur-Alzette Elite Men's Race
1963 Calais Elite Men's Race

André Dufraisse (Razès, France, 30 June 1926 – 21 February 2021) was a cyclo-cross racer from France, a professional from 1950 to 1964.

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Career

Dufraisse won the World Cyclo-cross Championships five times from 1954 to 1958, and was cyclo-cross champion of France seven times between 1955 and 1963.[1] Dufraisse switched to cyclo-cross after finishing second in the 1953 world championship and from then on dominated the sport - in 1956 he won 19 of the 20 races he entered.[2]

Dufraisse died in February 2021.[3][4]

Overview of "World Cyclo-cross Championships" article

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