Antoine Raugel

French – All-rounder
Date and place of birth: February 14th, 1999 in Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin / France)
Height : 1m85 / Weight : 70kg
Turned pro in 2021
In the AG2R CITROËN TEAM since 2022

 

 

Q&A

  • Your nickname: Raugel
  • Your motto: “Attack is the best defence”
  • Your favorite race: Paris-Roubaix
  • Your best memory on bike: my victory on the U19 French national championship 2017
  • Your worst memory on bike: when I had to retire on the Giro d’Italia U23
  • The club where you started cycling: V.C. Eckwersheim
  • Your hobbies: going out with friends and family, motor sports, petanque, latte art, Netflix and PlayStation
  • Music you like: electro/rap, DJ Snake, Nekfeu
  • If you were a movie: Peaky Blinders
  • If you were a dish: flamed tart
  • If you were a celebrity: Sebastian Loeb
  • If you had to practice another job, which one? actor
  • Something that is dear to you: my family, my loved ones
  • Your qualities: smiling, respectful, always with the desire to do well
  • Your defaults: I don’t like to lose, procrastination, always in rush

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS

2021 (Equipe continentale Groupama-FDJ)

  • 3rd Paris-Troyes
  • 5th Giro del Belvedere
  • 13th on a stage, Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana
  • 6th TTT, Tour d’Alsace
  • 5th, 6th and 9th on stages, Tour de l’Avenir

2020 (Chambéry Cyclisme Formation)

  • Winner Maggioni Classique Châtillon-Dijon
  • Winner Circuit des 4 Cantons
  • 6th Nantes-Segré
  • 8th Amateur French national championship
  • 9th Classique Rougeot Dijon-Auxonne-Dijon

2019 (Chambéry Cyclisme Formation)

  • 9th Giro Città di S. Vendemiano
  • 19th Giro del Belvedere

2018 (Chambéry Cyclisme Formation)

  • 10th Paris-Roubaix U23
  • 10th Trofeo Edil
  • 10th U23 French national ITT championship
  • 11th Chrono des Nations U23

2017 (V.C. Eckwersheim)

  • U19 French national road race championship
  • Overall winner sprinter classification, SPIE Internationale Juniorendriedaagse / 2nd and 5th on stages
  • 2nd U23 French national ITT championship
  • 2nd Chrono des Nations U19
  • 2nd TTT, Aubel – Thimister – La Gleize
  • 2nd TTT, Sint-Martinusprijs Kontich