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Christophe Riblon

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Full name  Christophe Riblon
Height  1.80 m
Discipline  Road and track
Weight  65 kg
2005–  AG2R Prevoyance
Name  Christophe Riblon

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Born  17 January 1981 (age 34) Tremblay-en-France, France (1981-01-17)
Rider type  Puncheur (road) Endurance (track)
Role  Professional Road Racing Cyclist
Competitors  Lance Armstrong, Chris Froome, Vincenzo Nibali, Alberto Contador, Mark Cavendish
Similar People  Alberto Contador, Andy Schleck, Simon Gerrans, Carlos Sastre, Thor Hushovd

Current team  Team Ag2r-La Mondiale

Christophe riblon avec les favoris zakopane tour de pologne 2015


Christophe Riblon (born 17 January 1981 in Tremblay-en-France, Seine-Saint-Denis) is a French professional road and track racing cyclist for UCI World Tour team AG2R La Mondiale.

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Career

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He has won two mountain-top finishes of the Tour de France, including stage 14 of the 2010 Tour de France at the ski resort of Ax-3 Domaines in the Pyrenees, and stage 18 of the 2013 Tour de France at Alpe d'Huez.

Christophe Riblon Tour de France 2013 Christophe Riblon gives France first

During his 2010 victory, he was part of the early breakaway that went free 30 kilometres (19 mi) into the race, and he crested the penultimate climb of the day alone, the Port de Pailheres. He had a two-minute lead at the foot of the last climb, and held on to win solo as the general classification contenders were battling it out behind him.

Christophe Riblon Christophe Riblon wins stage two of 2013 Tour of Poland

He won his 2013 stage following a long breakaway, chasing down Tejay van Garderen over the second ascent of Alpe d'Huez and holding on to win by a minute, despite crashing into a ditch on the descent of the Col de Sarenne. In doing so he became the race's first (and only) French winner of a stage that year.

References

Christophe Riblon Wikipedia