Historic Overview Frédéric Guesdon

Rider

Overall Rank800
NameFrédéric GUESDON
Country
  France
Date of birth14-Oct-1971 - Saint Méen le Grand (Bretagne)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Frédéric Guesdon - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1995 FFC 10 656
2. 1996 Team Polti 203 220
3. 1997 Francaise des Jeux 643 71
4. 1998 La Francaise des Jeux 252 210
5. 1999 La Francaise des Jeux 139 329
6. 2000 La Francaise des Jeux 426 151
7. 2001 La Francaise des Jeux 165 341
8. 2002 La Francaise des Jeux 129 429
9. 2003 FDJeux.com 425 149
10. 2004 FDJeux.com 247 250
11. 2005 Francaise des Jeux 297 209
12. 2006 Francaise des Jeux 680 66
13. 2007 Francaise des Jeux 145 385
14. 2008 Francaise des Jeux 358 184
15. 2009 Francaise des Jeux 353 169
16. 2010 FDJ 307 194
17. 2011 FDJ 134 458
18. 2012 FDJ - Big Mat 10 1278
Overall: 4923 800

Biography

Frédéric Guesdon (born October 14, 1971) is a French former professional road bicycle racer who competed as a professional between 1995 and 2012, most notably for UCI ProTeam FDJ–BigMat, spending 16 years of his career with the team.

Guesdon was born in Saint-Méen-le-Grand, Brittany. He turned professional in 1995 with the French Le Groupement team and moved on to the Polti team in 1996, where he scored eleventh place at Paris–Roubaix and third place at the French championship. Guesdon had his breakthrough year in 1997. Having signed with the new Française des Jeux team, he scored an early victory for the team in the prestigious spring monument Paris–Roubaix. Guesdon also took victories at the Classic Haribo and a stage in the Tour du Limousin. Guesdon had to wait until 2000 for his next major victory, a stage in the Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré, a feat he repeated in 2002. Despite a complete lack of victories between this win and his next win, over three-and-a-half years later in the 2006 Tropicale Amissa Bongo, Guesdon remained loyal to Française des Jeux and Française des Jeux to him. This paid dividends when Guesdon won the 2006 UCI ProTour race Paris–Tours, his first ProTour victory and the first overall ProTour victory both for Française des Jeux since the inception of the competition in 2005.

He retired on 8 April 2012, after completing Paris–Roubaix.

source - Wikipedia