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Tom Butler was an American pioneer professional track cyclist. He won the national sprint title in 1898 and finished second at the 1899 UCI Track Cycling World Championships. His elder brothers Nat and Frank were also professional cyclists; the brothers often competed together, working as a team against other riders. This was also the case at the 1899 World Championships, where Nat finished fourth.[1][2]

Tom Butler
Tom Butler (cyclist).jpg
Personal information
Born1878
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Sport
SportCycling

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Tom Butler. cyclingarchives.com
  2. ^ Andrew Ritchie (1996). Major Taylor: The Extraordinary Career of a Champion Bicycle Racer. JHU Press. pp. 125, 128. ISBN 978-0-8018-5303-6.