Historic Overview Claude Guyot


Overall Rank6261
NameClaude GUYOT
Date of birth16-Jan-1947 - Savigny sur Orge (Ile de France)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking


Claude Guyot

Claude Guyot (born 16 January 1947, in Savigny-sur-Orge) is a French retired cyclist. His sporting career began with U.S. Creteil.

Guyot made his debut in 1965, finishing in second place in the one-day race Paris-Troyes. Then he participated three times in the Tour de l'Avenir, where in 1967 he won two stages and finished eleventh overall. The same year he won a silver medal in the amateur road race at the 1967 UCI Road World Championships.

In 1968 he turned professional and won one-day races in Auxerre, Saint-Raphael and Tréguier. Next year he won a one-day race in Pleneut, only to retire from cycling in 1970.

His cousin Fernand Etter and brothers, Bernard Guyot, Jr. and Serge Guyot, are also former competitive cyclists.

source - Wikipedia



Major Victories

Tour de l'Avenir - stages 1966 (1), 1967 (2)
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Claude Guyot - Scores by Season