Lucien Victor

Lucien Victor Honoré ( born June 28, 1931 in Oekene, Belgium, † September 17, 1995 in Saint- Menges, Arrondissement Sedan, France ) was a Belgian racing cyclist, in 1952 won an Olympic gold medal.

Lucien Victor won 1952 junior race in the Tour of Flanders and the amateur race around Limburg. For the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki two drivers, two drivers nominated by the year 1931, with Robert Grondelaers and Rik van Looy on the vintage in 1933 with André Noyelle and Lucien Victor. While van Looy abandoned, were the other three in the top group, ultimately won Noyelle before Grondelaers and the German Edi Ziegler, four and a half seconds behind Ziegler reached Lucien Victor fourth goal. The team score was determined according to the added time of the first three riders of these countries, the Belgians won thirteen minutes ahead of the Italians.

On August 24, 1953 Victor began at Constantia team a professional career. In 1954, he won the Belgian one-day races Omloop van het Houtland, 1955 a stage of the Tour du Maroc. After three professional years with some other top places Lucien Victor ended his cycling career in 1956.