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Alex Baudin: "A childhood dream

"This is the culmination of a lot of hard work over many years. Joining the AG2R CITROËN team as a professional is the realization of a childhood dream. I was born in Savoie, I spent my junior years at Chambéry Cyclisme Compétition and the beginning of my U23 years at Chambéry Cyclisme Formation. I couldn't imagine any other course than this one. Now, this is only the beginning. I want to be part of the group and help the team as soon as possible. I know a lot of riders of the team, that will help me. I'm looking forward to discovering professional racing, even if I've already had a taste of it these last two years with the French team and the Swiss Racing Academy.
I'm going to focus on finishing my 2022 season the way it should be finished before I look forward to starting the adventure with the AG2R CITROËN team in January 2023."[/su_quote] [su_quote cite=Vincent Lavenu]

Vincent Lavenu: "A boy we know well

"Alex is a boy we know well because he followed part of his training under the colors of AG2R CITROËN TEAM U23 (2020-2021). He has talent and has obtained very good results, including winning two stages of the Tour du Pays de Vaud (one in 2018 and one in 2019, which is part of the Junior Nations Cup. This year, under the colors of Swiss Racing Academy (then Tudor Pro Cycling Team), he continued his progression and has the potential to integrate our team. He is a climber-puncher who totally fits in our philosophy."[/su_quote]

In brief:
Born on May 25, 2021 (21 years old)
Lives in Chambéry (Savoie)
Stage winner and second overall in the Tour de Bretagne (2.2) in 2022
Winner of a stage at the Tour of Valle d'Aosta (2.2 U23) in 2022
Winner of a stage at the Tour du Pays de Vaud (Junior Nations Cup) in 2018 and 2019

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Alex Baudin is the first recruit of the AG2R CITROËN team for the 2023 season. He is the twenty-sixth rider to join the AG2R CITROËN U23 team. The first was Blaise Sonnery in 2007.

The news

Dorian Godon extends his contract by one year

Initially linked with the AG2R CITROËN team until 2024, Dorian Godon extends his contract by one year until the end of 2025. He has been part of the squad since 2019. "I am very happy that the team trusts me for another year, especially after this season thwarted by injuries. Having a contract until 2025 is a guarantee of serenity for the future. I would like to thank Vincent Lavenu and the whole staff for that. I feel very good in the team. I can't wait to express myself at my highest level on the bike again, starting at the end of the 2022 season," said Dorian Godon.