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Clement E. G. Spiette (born 24 September 1916 in Illford Essex) was a Belgian canoeist who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics. In 1936 he and his partner Charles Brahm finished ninth in the K-2 10000 m event.
Louis Spiette and Joanna Janssens (Clement's parents) Left Belgium during the first World War. They went to England where clement was Born in 1916 During world war I. After the war he returned, In 1946 his first child was born in Belgium.
|Championship Belgium||1936||1000M & 10000M||1st place|
|Championship Belgium||1937||10000M||1st place|
|Championship Belgium||1938||10000M||1st place|
|Antwerpen -> St-Amands 31Km.||15 May 1938||2u 21m 17sec.|