Historic Overview Francis Moreau

Rider

Overall Rank2115
NameFrancis MOREAU
Country
  France
Date of birth21-Jul-1965 - Saint Quentin (Picardie)
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Biography

Francis Moreau

Francis Moreau (born 21 July 1965) is a French former professional racing cyclist from Saint-Quentin. He turned professional in 1989 and retired 12 years later at the end of 2000. A pursuit specialist, Moreau was a frequent medalist and the UCI Track Cycling World Championships, winning the pursuit in 1991. He was also part of the gold medal winning team at the 1996 Summer Olympics, who set a new Olympic record with a time of 4:05:930.

On the road, Moreau finished 132nd at the 1991 Tour de France and 113th in 1994 - despite the death of his father on 9 July; his father had said that he would not want his son to drop out in mourning. In 1995 he finished 5th in the Grand Prix de Plumelec-Morbihan and came 9th in the 1996 Paris–Roubaix.

source - Wikipedia

Badges

Major Victories

Paris - Bruxelles 1993
Paris - Nice - stages 1990 (1)
G.P. du Midi-Libre - stages 1991 (1)
Critérium International - stages 1992 (1)
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Seasons

Francis Moreau - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1989 Fagor - MBK 86 427
2. 1990 Histor - Sigma 303 188
3. 1991 Tonton Tapis - GB - Corona 305 189
4. 1992 GB - MG Boys Maglificio - Bianchi 187 260
5. 1993 GAN 346 143
6. 1994 GAN 264 196
7. 1995 GAN 163 252
8. 1996 GAN 301 164
9. 1997 Cofidis 147 292
10. 1998 Cofidis 43 512
11. 1999 Cofidis 0 1026
12. 2000 Cofidis 55 578
Overall: 2200 2115