Audrey
Cordon-Ragot

Audrey Cordon-Ragot first turned pro in 2008 and has been a vital support for her teams as a super-domestique, but has also netted a few of her own respectable results, including the overall in the Tour de Bretagne Féminin (2013), a stage in La Route de France (2014), and third in the Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta (2018). She is a dominant rider who excels in the time-trial and has won the French National title for four consecutive years and claimed the prestigious Chrono des Nations time trial. In 2019, Audrey won the Tour de Bretagne Féminin for a second time and soloed to an impressive win in Drentse Acht van Westerveld. Unfortunately, her National TT streak came to a frustrating end: she finished in second place due to a mechanical.

Date of birth

22/09/1989

From
France
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What’s one of your favorite memories from the past year?

My victory in Drenthe 8. I crossed the line and our hotel was just right there and my teammates Anna (Plichta) and Lauretta (Hanson) were at their window cheering for me. It was so emotional.

If you could borrow one cycling aptitude from any of your Trek-Segafredo teammates what would it be and from whom?

Descending like Lucinda Brand.

What’s the best advice you were ever given? Who gave it?

The key to winning a time trial is to start fast, accelerate, and then finish full gas. My first National Team coach gave it.

What is your favorite Bontrager or Trek equipment?

My Emonda and all the Bontrager Aeolus wheels.