Bryan Coquard

Bryan Coquard, born on April 25, 1992, is a French cyclist currently with UCI WorldTeam Cofidis, and a silver medalist in the Omnium at the 2012 Summer Olympics. His early years were marked by a string of successes in track cycling, transitioning from junior world champion in the Omnium to a professional road racing career, initially signing with Team Europcar for the 2013 season where he quickly made a mark by winning stages at the Étoile de Bessèges.

Throughout his tenure with Team Europcar and later with the Vital Concept team, Coquard demonstrated his sprinting prowess and versatility, achieving notable victories including stage wins and the overall at the Four Days of Dunkirk, and demonstrating strong performances across a variety of races including the classics and smaller stage races. His agility and sprinting capabilities were further highlighted by a memorable victory at the Tour of Oman in 2018 and consistent high placements in various competitions.

In the 2022 season, after joining Cofidis, Coquard achieved significant results, including victories at the Tour de Vendée and Stage 2 of both the Tour de la Provence and Étoile de Bessèges. His performance that year also featured a second-place finish at La Roue Tourangelle, a third-place at Paris–Bourges, along with other top-ten finishes.

Continuing his strong performances into 2023, Coquard finished second in the team relay at the UCI World Championships. His results for the year also included top-five finishes at the Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen, Tour de Vendée, Paris–Chauny, and the Route Adélie de Vitré. Notably, he secured seventh overall at the Région Pays de la Loire Tour, winning two stages, and achieved top-ten placements at Paris–Bourges, the Schwalbe Classic, and the Tour Down Under, where he also won a stage.

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