Dominique Arnould

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Dominique Arnould
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Arnould at the 1993 Tour de France
Personal information
Full name Dominique Arnould
Born (1966-11-19) November 19, 1966 (age 51)
Luxeuil-les-Bains, France
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Major wins
1993 World Championship cyclo-cross

Dominique Arnould (born November 19. 1966 in Luxeuil-les-Bains in Haute-Saône, France) is a former professional road, cyclo-cross and mountain bike cyclist. As a professional, the greatest wins in Arnould’s career were the World Cyclo-Cross World Championships in 1993 and a stage win in the 1992 Tour de France. In addition Arnould was the Cyclo-Cross Champion of France five times between 1989 and 2003. He also raced professionally for the Giant mountain bike team, earning several top ten results at world championships in this discipline as well. He retired from professional cycling in 2004 and assumed the position of Directeur Sportif for the French ProTour cycling team Bbox/Bouygues Télécom, now the Continental Professional Team Europcar.

Major results[edit]

1988
Dijon
1989
 France national cyclo-cross champion
1992
Biernon
Giro di Puglia
Tour de France:
Winner stage 1
1993
 France national cyclo-cross champion
World cyclo-cross champion
Triel-sur-Seine
1994
Dijon
 France national cyclo-cross champion
1995
Carnetin
1996
Pétange
1997
Camors
1998
Tétange
Blaye
1999
Pontchateau
Sarrebourg
Fourmies
2001
Dangu
Fond-de-Gras
Lutterbach
2002
Leudelange
 France national cyclo-cross champion
Pétange
Saulxures-sur-Moselotte
2003
 France national cyclo-cross champion
2004
Idiazabal

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