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Full name  Romain Bardet
Name  Romain Bardet
Parents  Philippe Bardet
2012–  Ag2r-La Mondiale

Rider type  Climber
Height  1.85 m
Discipline  Road
Role  Cyclist
Siblings  Lisa Bardet

Born  9 November 1990 (age 25) Brioude, France (1990-11-09)
Weight  67 kg (148 lb; 10.6 st)
Education  Grenoble School of Management
Similar People  Thibaut Pinot, Jean‑Christophe Peraud, Pierre Rolland, Warren Barguil, Chris Froome
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Current team  Team Ag2r-La Mondiale

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Romain Bardet (born 9 November 1990) is a professional French racing cyclist, currently riding for AG2R La Mondiale.

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2012–2014

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Bardet turned professional in 2012. He distinguished himself in that year's Tour of Turkey especially in the 3rd stage, which was a mountain affair, where he attacked relentlessly to finally take fifth place. He also finished fifth overall in this stage race.

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In 2014, Bardet finished sixth overall in the Tour de France. He also wore the white jersey for several days, ultimately placing second to Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) in the final young rider classification.

2015

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In Stage 5 (a mountain stage) of the Critérium du Dauphiné, Bardet attacked the leading group at the end of the penultimate climb of the day. He gained a minute on the technical descent, then climbed up to the ski resort of Pra-Loup to win the stage solo, 36 seconds of ahead of second-placed Tejay van Garderen.

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At the Tour de France, Bardet and Thibaut Pinot were part of a breakaway and led over the top of the final Côte de la Croix Neuve climb of Stage 14. However, the pair were caught and overtaken by Steve Cummings (MTN–Qhubeka) on the short descent to the finish at Mende Aerodrome, and Bardet finished third in the stage. On 23 July 2015, after a solo breakaway, Bardet won Stage 18, a mountain stage. It was his first ever Tour de France stage victory. The next day, he claimed the polka dot jersey for the first time, after finishing fifth in Stage 19, another mountain stage. However, he lost the polka dot jersey to Chris Froome on Stage 20. Bardet finished in ninth place in the final general classification and won the combativity award of the Tour.

2016

In February 2016, Bardet repeatedly attacked Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) during Stage 4 of the Tour of Oman and ultimately finished the stage in second position, 9 seconds behind him. Bardet finished the Tour of Oman second overall, 15 seconds behind Nibali. In June, Bardet attacked during Stage 6 of Critérium du Dauphiné and ultimately finished second in the stage after being outsprinted by Thibaut Pinot to the finish line in Méribel. After Stage 6, Bardet rose to third overall in the general classification, 21 seconds behind the leader Chris Froome. Bardet finished second overall in the Critérium du Dauphiné final general classification, 12 seconds behind Froome.

On Stage 19 of the Tour de France, Bardet and his team mate Mikaël Cherel attacked together on a wet descent before the penultimate climb. Bardet escaped the yellow jersey group on the lower slopes of Mont Blanc with 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) to go. Bardet caught the breakaway survivor Rui Costa with 7 kilometres (4.3 miles) to go, dropped him on the steepest pitches of the final climb with 3.2 kilometres (2.0 miles) remaining and won the stage by 23 seconds over second-placed Joaquim Rodríguez. He was the first and only Frenchman to win a stage in the 2016 Tour de France. After winning Stage 19, Bardet rose from fifth to second overall in the general classification. He finished the Tour in second position in the final general classification, 4:05 behind Chris Froome. Bardet thus became just the sixth Frenchman to finish in the top three in the final general classification of the last 30 editions of the Tour de France, the other five were Thibaut Pinot and Jean-Christophe Péraud (both 2014), Richard Virenque (1996, 1997), Laurent Fignon (1989) and Jean-François Bernard (1987).

Bardet was selected to represent France at the Summer Olympics in the individual road race. He finished the road race in 24th position.

2017

Bardet won stage 12 of the 2017 Tour de France, with an acceleration near the finishing line in Peyragudes in the French Pyrenees, blasting away with less than 500 metres to go to take his third stage win in three years.Bardet struggled throughout the 22.5 km individual time trial (Stage 20) that started and finished in Marseille and could only finish it in 52nd position, 2 min 3 sec behind its winner Maciej Bodnar. Bardet's underperformance in that time trial resulted in him moving down from second to third in the general classification going into Stage 21 (the final stage), with just a one-second lead over fourth-placed Mikel Landa. Bardet managed to hold on to his one-second lead over Landa after completing Stage 21 to finish the Tour in third position in the final general classification, behind Chris Froome and Rigoberto Urán. Bardet thus finished in the top three in the Tour de France final general classification for the second consecutive year.

Personal life

Bardet lives in Clermont-Ferrand. Alongside his professional cycling career, Romain Bardet began business studies in 2011, in the Grande École program adapted to high-level athletes in Grenoble School of Management.

References

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