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Quentin Jaurégui

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French – Puncher

Date and place of birth : April 22nd, 1994 in Cambrai (Nord / France) Height : 1m76 / Weight : 60kg Turned pro in 2013 In the AG2R LA MONDIALE Team since 2015

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Q&A

  • Your nickname: Tintin or Jojo
  • Your favorite race: I don't have any !
  • Your best memory on bike: The French National Championship Junior
  • Your worst memory on bike: my collarbone fractured, just two weeks before the World Championships in Louisville.
  • The club where you started cycling: VC Inchy Troisvilles
  • Your hobbies: enjoying time with my girlfriend, my family and my friends
  • Music you like: house, electro
  • If you were a movie: Southpaw / Never Back Down
  • If you were a dish: French fries
  • If you have to practise another job, which one ? : barman
  • Something that is dear to you: my mobile phone
  • Your qualities: funny
  • Your defaults: sensitive

HIGHLIGHTS

2017 (AG2R LA MONDIALE)

  • 3rd Tour du Doubs

2016 (AG2R LA MONDIALE)

  • Winner overall climber classification, La Route du Sud
  • 4th overall youth classification, Vuelta a Burgos

2015 (AG2R LA MONDIALE)

  • Winner G.P. de la Somme
  • 2nd on a stage, Circuit de la Sarthe
  • 2nd on a stage, Route du Sud

2014 (Roubaix- Lille Métropole)

  • Stage winner, Rhône-Alpes Isère Tour
  • 3rd Polynormande
  • 5th on a stage, Tour de l’Avenir
  • 7th Tour du Finistère

2013 (U23 - BKCP-Powerplus)

  • His season has been hampered by a collarbone fracture
  • Winner in Tourinnes St Lambert
  • Winner in Oordegem (Elites)
  • Winner in Suzuka
  • Winner in Jeuk
  • Winner Elites cyclo-cross in Bapaume
  • Winner Elites cyclo-cross in Merville
  • 2nd and 3rd on stages, National Challenge of cyclo-cross
  • 4th on a stage, U19 Internationale Thüringen-Rundfahrt
  • 3rd Regional Nord Pas-de-Calais Cyclo-cross Championship
  • 12th U23 European cyclo-cross Championships

2012 (U19)

  • 10 wins on road
  • Winner of two stages, Liège-La Gleize / 5th overall
  • Overall and stage winner, G.P. Général Patton
  • Winner the Cantonale in Roussent
  • Winner in Zulzeke-Kluisbergen
  • U19 French National Cyclo-cross Champion
  • Stage winner,U19 Challenge Cyclo-cross « La France Cycliste »
  • 2nd U19 European Cyclo-cross Championship
  • 2nd  U19 Cyclo-cross World Cup
  • 3rd overall, Tour du Valromey / 2nd and 4th on stages
  • 3rd U19 Cyclo-cross World Championship
  • 6th U19 Classique des Alpes
  • He competed in U19 European and World Championships on road

2011 (U19)

  • 4 wins on road
  • Stage winner, U19 Challenge Cyclo-cross « La France Cycliste »
  • 2nd U19 French National Cyclo-cross Champion
  • 3rd U19 European Cyclo-cross Champion

2010 (U17)

  • Overall winner, U17 Challenge Cyclo-cross « La France Cycliste » / Winner of two stages
  • Regional Picardie Cyclo-cross Champion