|7.||2008||Ag2r La Mondiale||345||189|
|8.||2009||Ag2r La Mondiale||393||146|
|9.||2010||Ag2r La Mondiale||484||116|
|10.||2011||Ag2r La Mondiale||494||126|
|11.||2012||Ag2r La Mondiale||405||168|
|12.||2013||Ag2r La Mondiale||132||435|
|13.||2014||Ag2r La Mondiale||381||226|
|14.||2015||Ag2r La Mondiale||6||1415|
Lloyd Mondory (born 26 April 1982) is a French professional road bicycle racer who is currently suspended for four years for use of EPO. The biggest results of his career include victory in the 2008 Grand Prix of Aargau Canton, stage wins in the Étoile de Bessèges, the Vuelta a Burgos and the Paris–Corrèze and second place in a stage of the 2008 Vuelta a España.
In March 2015, it was announced that Mondory had tested positive for erythropoietin in an out-of-competition test taken on 17 February.
On the 30th October 2015, the UCI announced that Mondory will be suspended until the 9th March 2019 which means he will be unable to race again until he is nearly 37.