Historic Overview Franck Bouyer

Rider

Overall Rank3297
NameFranck BOUYER
Country
  France
Date of birth17-Mar-1974 - Beaupréau (Pays de la Loire)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Franck Bouyer - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1994 Castorama 13 618
2. 1995 Castorama 4 732
3. 1996 Agrigel - La Creuse - Fenioux 15 666
4. 1997 Francaise des Jeux 33 567
5. 1998 La Francaise des Jeux 69 431
6. 1999 La Francaise des Jeux 9 835
7. 2000 Bonjour - Toupargel 66 539
8. 2001 Bonjour 360 174
9. 2002 Bonjour 245 260
10. 2003 Brioches la Boulangère 58 627
11. 2004 Brioches La Boulangère 66 585
12. 2005 Bouygues Telecom 6 1211
13. 2006 Bouygues Telecom 0 1553
14. 2007 Bouygues Telecom 0 1578
15. 2009 BBox Bouygues Telecom 0 1715
16. 2010 BBox Bouygues Telecom 10 1220
17. 2011 Team Europcar 10 1218
18. 2012 Team Europcar 8 1315
19. 2013 Team Europcar 0 1690
Overall: 972 3297

Biography

Franck Bouyer (born 17 March 1974 in Beaupréau) is a French former professional road bicycle racer, who competed as a professional between 1995 and 2013. Bouyer competed for the Castorama, Agrigel, Française des Jeux, Bouygues Télécom and Team Europcar squads during his career. Bouyer suffers from narcolepsy, resulting in sudden sleep attacks and cataplexy, and was unable to compete or train without Modafinil.

However, the UCI ruled in June 2004 that Bouyer could not be given a therapeutic use exemption to allow him to compete having taken the drug, so Bouyer was unable to race. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld the decision of the UCI citing that it could not be determined that Modafinil did not provide an extra increase in performance and that the dosage was hard to measure. Despite the rulings by both the UCI and CAS, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) gave Bouyer permission to return to racing in August 2005. Yet, following an appeal to CAS by the UCI, Bouyer was once again banned. In January 2007, Bouyer's contract with Bouygues Télécom expired and the team released him. Bouyer filed a civil lawsuit against the UCI and WADA in July 2007, arguing they were preventing him from working. After confirmation from the UCI that a new drug for treating narcolepsy (Xyrem) was not on the banned list, he signed again for the Bbox Bouygues Telecom team for the 2009 season.

Bouyer retired at the end of the 2013 season.

source - Wikipedia