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Paul Bontemps

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Sport  Athletics
Role  Olympic athlete
Name  Paul Bontemps
Club  Racing CF, Paris
Event(s)  800–5000 m

Paul Bontemps
Born  16 November 1902Paris, France
Personal best(s)  800 m: 1.54.6 (1927) 1500 m: 3.59.8 (1925) Mile: 4.21.8 (1927) 3000 m: 8.50.2 (1924) 5000 m: 15.33.6 (1923) 3000 m steeplechase: 9.33.4 (1924)
Died  April 25, 1981, Sevres, France
Olympic medals  Athletics at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's 3000 metres steeplechase

Paul Pierre Bontemps (16 November 1902 – 25 April 1981) was a French runner. He competed at the 1924 Paris Olympics in the 3,000 m steeplechase and in the flat 3,000 m team event, and finished in third and fourth place, respectively. He set an unofficial world record in the steeplechase a few weeks before the Games.

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