1907–08 French Rugby Union Championship
The 1907-08 French Rugby Union Championship was won by Stade Français that beat SBUC in the final.This was the 4th time the final was between these teams, but finally Stade Français ended the series o...
1907–08 French Rugby Union Championship - Wikipedia
1908 French Grand Prix
The 1908 French Grand Prix was a Grand Prix motor race held at Dieppe on 7 July 1908.
The race was run under a new formula agreed in Ostend in 1907. There was no fuel consumption limit, but the ca...
1908 USFSA Football Championship
Statistics of the USFSA Football Championship in the 1908 season.
1908 International Cross Country Championships
The 1908 International Cross Country Championships was held in Colombes, France, at the Stade de Matin on March 26, 1908. A report on the event was given in the Glasgow Herald.Complete results, medal...
1908 International Cross Country Championships - Wikipedia
1907–08 French Ice Hockey Championship
The 1907–08 French Ice Hockey Championship was the second season of the French Ice Hockey Championship, the national ice hockey championship in France. Club des Patineurs de Paris won their first cham...
1908 New York to Paris Race
The 1908 New York to Paris Race was an automobile competition consisting of drivers attempting to travel from New York to Paris. This was a considerable challenge given the state of automobile technol...
1908 New York to Paris Race - Wikipedia
1908–09 French Rugby Union Championship
The 1908-09 French Rugby Union Championship was won by SBUC that beat Stade Toulousain in the final.
1908–09 French Rugby Union Championship - Wikipedia
France at the 1908 Summer Olympics
France competed at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London, England.
France finished in fourth position in the final medal rankings, with five gold medals and 19 medals overall.
France at the 1908 Summer Olympics - Wikipedia
1908 Tour de France
The 1908 Tour de France was the sixth Tour de France. Taking place between 13 July and 9 August 1908, the total race distance was 4,497 kilometres (2,794 mi). After his 1907 victory, Lucien Petit...
1908 Tour de France - Wikipedia