Paul Masson (cyclist)

Paul Masson (Cyclist)

Paul Masson (cyclist)

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Paul Masson (November 30, 1874 – November 30, 1945) was a French cyclist. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.

Masson competed in three different events, winning each one.

His first event was the 2 kilometre sprint. Masson's winning time was 4:58.2. The next event he competed in was the 10 kilometre race. This turned out to be a very close contest, with Masson barely beating out his countryman Léon Flameng. Both had times of 17:54.2. Masson's final event of the Games was the 333 metres race. With a time of 24.0 seconds, he finished first.

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