Marcel Kint

Marcel Kint ( born September 20, 1914 in Zwevegem, † March 23, 2002 in Kortrijk ) was a Belgian professional cyclist. Between 1935 and 1951 he won 31 races.

His most successful year was 1938 when he won the world championship, three stages of the Tour de France and the unofficial season standings. In what is now the UCI ProTour standings, the former cycling World Cup.

Kint was a specialist in one-day races like the classic and semi - classic Paris -Roubaix, Gent - Wevelgem and Paris- Brussels. He is the only professional cyclist, who won the Belgian semi - classic Walloon Arrow three times in succession.

The main achievements

  • Antwerp - Ghent -Antwerp
  • Stage 19 Tour de France
  • Unofficial season summary
  • World Champion in the road race
  • 15th, 16th and 18th stage Tour de France
  • Paris -Brussels
  • 2nd place Liege -Bastogne- Liege
  • 3rd Tour of Flanders
  • Antwerp - Ghent -Antwerp
  • 8th and 18th stage Tour de France
  • Belgian champion in the road race
  • La Flèche Wallonne
  • Paris -Roubaix
  • La Flèche Wallonne
  • La Flèche Wallonne
  • Gent- Wevelgem