Benoît Salmon

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Benoît Salmon (born 9 May 1974 in Dinan) is a French former professional road racing cyclist. In 1999, Salmon won the young rider classification in the Tour de France and the overall title of the Grand Prix du Midi Libre.

Major achievements[edit]

On November 2006 during the third cyclo-cross of Mende
During the 2004 Tour de France
1996 – Collstrop
1st – La Flèche Ardennaise
8th overall – Tour de l'Avenir
1997 – Lotto-Mobistar
4th – GP de Cholet-Pays de Loire
9th – La Flèche Wallonne
1998 – Casino
1st overall and 1 stage win – Tour du Vaucluse
1999 – Casino
1st overall and 1 stage win – GP Midi Libre
16th overall – Tour de France
Young rider classificationTour de France
2000 – AG2R Prévoyance
6th – Paris–Camembert
2001 – AG2R Prévoyance
2nd overall and 1 stage win – GP Midi Libre
3rd overall – Dauphiné Libéré
8th – Ouest-France à Plouay
2002 – Phonak Hearing Systems

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2003 – Phonak Hearing Systems
4th – French National Road Race Championship
15th overall – Dauphiné Libéré
2004 – Crédit Agricole
3rd – French} National Road Race Championship
10th overall – Route du Sud
12th overall – Tour du Languedoc-Roussillon
2005 – Agritubel
3rd overall – Route du Sud
6th overall – Tour de l'Ain

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