France At The 1964 Winter Olympics - Speed Skating

Speed Skating

Men
Event Athlete Race
Time Rank
500 m André Kouprianoff 42.5 26
Raymond Fonvieille 41.4 10
1500 m Raymond Fonvieille 2:22.6 43
André Kouprianoff 2:15.8 22
10,000 m André Kouprianoff 17:17.4 27
Women
Event Athlete Race
Time Rank
500 m Françoise Lucas 48.9 18
1000 m Françoise Lucas 1:41.3 19
1500 m Françoise Lucas 2:36.4 22

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