Edmund Hansen (cyclist)

Edmund Carl Marius Møller Hansen ( born September 9, 1900 in Odense, † 26 May 1995 Copenhagen) was a Danish racing cyclist.

In 1923, Edmund Hansen Scandinavian champion for ten kilometers, and he took second place over a kilometer. The following year he won both events at the Nordic Championships and also was Danish Champion in the sprint of the amateurs. In the same year he competed in the Olympic Games in Paris in three disciplines: About 50 kilometers he did not finish the race in the team pursuit, he was with Willy Falck Hansen, Erik Kjeldsen and Oscar Guldager sixth. In tandem race he won jointly with Falck Hansen the silver medal.