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Alexandre Geniez

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French - Climber

Date and place of birth : April 16th, 1988 in Rodez (Aveyron/France) Height : 1m84 / Weight : 68 kg Turned pro in 2010 In the AG2R LA MONDIALE Team since 2017

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Q&A

  • Your motto: “God helps those that help themselves”
  • Your favorite race: The Giro d’Italia
  • Your best memory on bike: my stage win on the Vuelta a España 2016
  • Your worst memory on bike: the stage with the Gavia and Stelvio passes under the snow on the Giro d’Italia 2014
  • The club where you started cycling: Vélo 2000 Onet
  • Your hobbies: do-it-yourself at home and motor sports
  • Music you like: I listen all kinds of music but I like in particular the group “Boulevard des Airs”
  • If you were a movie: Into the wild
  • If you were a dish: Quinoa and salmon
  • If you were a celebrity: Sébastien Loeb or Jacques Villeneuve
  • If you had to practise another job, which one? airline pilot
  • Something that is dear to you: I’m not a materialist man
  • Your qualities: persistent and perfectionist
  • Your defaults: impatient and bad loser

HIGHLIGHTS

2017 (AG2R LA MONDIALE)

  • Stage winner, Tour Cycliste International La Provence / 3rd overall
  • Stage winner, Tour de l'Ain / 2nd and 3rd on stage / 3rd overall
  • 5th on a stage, Vuelta a España

2016 (FDJ)

  • Stage winner, Vuelta a España
  • Stage winner, Tour de l’Ain / 6th overall
  • TTT winner, La Méditerranéenne / 3rd on a stage / 7th overall
  • 9th overall, Critérium International

2015 (FDJ)

  • Overall and stage winner, Tour de l’Ain
  • Winner Tro Bro Leon
  • 4th Tour du Finistère
  • 9th overall, Giro d’Italia

2014 (FDJ.fr)

  • 4th overall, Volta ao Algarve / 5th on a stage
  • 13th overall, Giro d’Italia

2013 (FDJ)

  • Stage winner, Vuelta a España
  • 4th on a stage, Tour de France
  • 4th on a stage, Tour Méditerranéen / 9th overall
  • 7th French National ITT Championship
  • 12th overall, Critérium du Dauphiné

2012 (Team Argos-Shimano)

  • 8th overall, Circuit de la Sarthe et Pays de Loire
  • 9th overall, Tour of Poland

2011 (Skil-Shimano)

  • Stage winner, Österreich Rundfahrt – Tour of Austria
  • 2nd overall, Tour du Luxembourg
  • 3rd on a stage, Vuelta a España
  • 4th overall, Critérium International
  • 5th overall, Vuelta Ciclista Murcia
  • 5th overall, Circuit de la Sarthe et Pays de Loire

2010 (Skil-Shimano)

  • 2nd overall, Route du Sud / 2nd on a stage
  • 3rd on a stage, Tour du Luxembourg / 7th overall
  • 6th overall, Boucles du Sud Ardèche

2009 (La Pomme Marseille)

  • Overall winner, Ronde de l’Isard
  • Stage winner, Giro della Valle d’Aosta