10 September 1914 -|- Emile EngelEdit
Émile Engel (Colombes, 5 April 1889 — Maurupt-le-Montois, 10 September 1914) was a French professional road bicycle racer. In the 1914 Tour de France he won stage 3, and was disqualified after stage 8 when he was involved in a fight with a race official. Only three months later he was killed in World War I.
- More information (in Dutch) on http://nl.renners-in-de-grote-oorlog.wikia.com/wiki/Emile_Engel.
- More information (in French) on http://fr.cyclistes-dans-la-grande-guerre.wikia.com/wiki/Emile_Engel.