Christian Levavasseur

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Christian Levavasseur
Personal information
Full name Christian Levavasseur
Born (1956-03-06) 6 March 1956 (age 58)
Dinan, France
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1978 Miko-Mercier
1982 Coop-Mercier
1983 La Redoute-Motobécane
1985 UNCP
Major wins
Combativity award 1980 Tour de France
Infobox last updated on
19 February 2009

Christian Levavasseur (born 6 March 1956 in Dinan)[1] is a retired French cyclist, who won the combativity award in the 1980 Tour de France

Biography[edit]

Levavasseur became cadet champion of Brittany in 1973, and was professional from 1978 to 1985.[1] After his professional career, he returned to amateur cycling in Brittany.

Palmarès[edit]

1977
Stage 1 in Tour de l'Avenir
1979
Châteauroux-Classic de l'Indre.
Vuelta a España: winner one stage
Prix de Châteauroux
1980
Route Nivernaise
Prix de l'Ile d'Yeu
1981
Grand Prix de la Cote Normande

as amateur:

1987
Tour de Corrèze
1988
Manche-Atlantique

Grand tour results[edit]

Tour de France[edit]

Levavasseur rode the Tour de France five times, of which he finished four times.[2]

Vuelta a España[edit]

  • 1979 :
    • winner one stage (wearing golden jersey for 1 week)

References[edit]

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