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Henri "Rik" Hoevenaers (1 May 1902 – 12 November 1958) was a Belgian road cyclist who won three medals at the 1924 Summer Olympics, including a silver in the individual time trial, a silver in the team time trial (with Alphonse Parfondry and Jean Van Den Bosch), and a bronze in the team pursuit (with Van Den Bosch, Léonard Daghelinckx and Fernand Saivé).[1] He also won the road race at the 1925 World Championships. Hoevenaers turned professional in 1926. His father Josef and son Jos were also professional cyclists.[2]

Henri Hoevenaers
Henri Hoevenaars 1922.jpg
Henri Hoevenaars in 1922
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Born(1902-05-01)1 May 1902
Antwerpen, Belgium
Died12 November 1958(1958-11-12) (aged 56)
Antwerpen, Belgium
Sport
SportCycling

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Henri Hoevenaers Archived 26 December 2013 at the Wayback Machine. sports-reference.com
  2. ^ Henri Hoevenaers. cyclingarchives.com