Jules Buysse wins the first stage in the Tour de France 1926
|Full name||Jules Buysse|
13 August 1901|
|Died||31 December 1950 49)(aged|
|Tour de France, 1 stage|
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14 May 2008
Buysse was the youngest of three brother who competed in the Tour de France. He won the first stage of 1926 Tour de France by 13 minutes and 6 seconds, allowing him to wear the yellow jersey for two days until losing it to fellow Belgian Gustave Van Slembrouck. He finished the tour in 9th place.