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PLACE  TIME   NAME                   NAT

 1. 49.23'30  Hubert OPPERMAN  Foto Aus  
 2. 49.23'30  Léon Louyet            Bel  
 3. 49.23'30  Giuseppe Pancera       Ita  
 4. 49.23'30  Emile Decroix          Bel  
 5. 49.23'30  Marcel Bidot               
 6. 49.30'28  Maurice De Waele       Bel  
 7. 49.31'36  Nicolas Frantz         Lux  
 8. 49.39'25  Léander Ghyssels       Bel  
 9. 49.39'27  Frans Bonduel          Bel  
10. 49.39'33  Ernest Neuhard           
11. 49.44'19  Jean Wauters             
12. 49.46'47  Ernest Mottard         Bel  
13. 50.37'00  Ernest Höfer           Sui  
14. 50.49'00  Alfred Sira            Bel
          AB  Marcel Huot
          AB  Hector Martin          Bel
          AB  Joseph Demuysere       Bel
          AB  Emile Joly             Bel
          AB  Gustave Van Slembroeck   Bel
          AB  Bernard Van Rysselberghe Bel
          AB  Constant Dyzers        Bel
          AB  Benoit Faure
          AB  Marcel Mazeyrat
          AB  Joseph Mauclair
          AB  Alessandro Catalini    Ita
          AB  Armand Goubert
          AB  Louis DeLannoy         Bel
          AB  Henri Cornelis         Bel
     Forfait  Ali Nefati             Tun
     Forfait  Robert Van Grotenbruel Bel
     Forfait  Henri Gontrand
     Forfait  Honoré Barthélémy
     Forfait  Kurt Nietzchke         All


Disputada del 4 al 6 de septiembre de 1931
1186 km
Participantes: 28
Clasificados:  14
(Perhaps 'Forfait' means disqualified, or maybe did not start?)

Fuente:
Paris-Brest-Paris: Histoire d'un course decennale, 1891-1951 par Michel Dargenton (home)
--> Palmarès Paris-Brest-Paris 1891-1951 - link to race results list hub elsewhere on Dargenton site
--> Direct link to 1931 results page in Dargenton.


1931 Notes: This is the first of three years where the randonneur PBP ran along side the pro race PBP. In A Short History of Paris-Brest-Paris, Bill Bryant states: "While still a very prestigious professional race, the organizers dropped the category for the unglamorous touristes-routiers. Luckily for today's randonneurs, the Audax Club Parisien stepped in and organized a 1200-kilometer brevet run alongside the race." So although these two sets of riders were riding on the same course, at more of less the same time, it may have seemed more than ever like two events, with two separate sets of results.

VP:1767, VC:15348.
Paco Santos