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Jocelyn Delecour

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Jocelyn Delecour

Jocelyn Delecour
Sergio Ottolina, Jocelyn Delecour and Peter Gamper in 1963
Personal information
Born 2 January 1935 (1935-01-02) (age 81)
Tourcoing, France
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Weight 67 kg (148 lb)
Sport
Sport Sprint running
Club UST Athlétisme, Tourcoing
Racing Club de France, Paris

Jocelyn Delecour (born 2 January 1935) is a retired French sprinter. He competed in various sprint events at the 1956, 1960, 1964 and 1968 Olympics and won a bronze medal in 1964 in the 4×100 metre relay, together with Paul Genevay, Bernard Laidebeur and Claude Piquemal. Four years later he and Piquemal teamed up with Gérard Fenouil and Roger Bambuck to win the bronze medal once again in the same event.[1]

At the European Championships, Delecour won a gold, a silver and a bronze medal in the 4×100 m (1966), 100 m (1962) and 200 m (1958) events, respectively.[2]

References

  1. ^ Jocelyn Delecour. sports-reference.com
  2. ^ Jocelyn DELECOUR. the-sports.org


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