Former French cyclist Dominique Arnaud passes away

Jul 22, 2016 08:00 IST

Former French cyclist Dominique Arnaud passed away in Dax, Aquitaine, France on 20 July 2016 due to cancer. He was 60.

About Dominique Arnaud

Born on 19 September 1955 in Tarnos, France, Dominique Arnaud was a French racing cyclist.

He rode in eleven editions of the Tour de France, which is an annual multiple stage bicycle race primarily held in France.

He won three stages in the Vuelta and a stage in the Midi Libr.

He won the Tour du Limousin in 1983, which is a 4-day road bicycle race held annually in Limousin, France.

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Who: Former French cyclist Dominique Arnaud

Where: Dax , Aquitaine , France

What: Died

When: 20 July 2016

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