Henry Chavancy

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Henry Chavancy
Henry Chavancy
Date of birth (1988-05-22) 22 May 1988 (age 28)
Place of birth Strasbourg, France
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Weight 85 kg (13 st 5 lb)
Rugby union career
Position(s) Centre
Current team Racing 92
Amateur team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)
1999–2007 Racing 92 ()
Senior career
Years Team Apps (Points)
2007– Racing 92 223 ((195))
Correct as of 14 January 2017
National team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)
2017– France 1 ((0))
Correct as of 25 February 2017

Henry Chavancy (born 22 May 1988 in Strasbourg) is a French rugby union player. He plays as a centre for Racing Métro in the Top 14.


He studied at lycée Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague and lycée militaire de Saint-Cyr after 2 years at the secondary school Joseph Kessel in Djibouti. He also studied 4 years at the Léonard de Vinci Business School of Management.



Henry Chavancy has been playing for the Racing Métro 92 since 1999. He is 2005 French Taddei Champion, 2009 French Pro D2 Champion and 2011 Top 14 semi-finalist. He played his first game of Pro D2 during the 2007/2008 season. During the 2008/2009 season he played 20 games and become French Champion of Pro D2 with his team. Since 2009 he has been playing 54 Top 14 games and 8 games during the European Cup.

National Team[edit]

Under-20 French International player,[1] he played the worldchampionship in June 2008[2] and then the college worldchampionship if rugby 7 the same year. In 2009 he played during six nations championship with the university French team. In June 2010 he was selected in the French team A for the Churchill Cup[3] in the United-States.
Chavancy made his debut against Ireland in the 2017 Six Nations replacing Rémi Lamerat in the 59th minute of a 19–9 away loss.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Les révélations de l’année, sur www.leparisien.fr, published 26 december 2008, accessed 27 september 2009
  2. ^ Henry Chavancy statistics during the under-20 worldchampionship, www.irb.com, accessed 27 september 2009
  3. ^ Trombinoscope of the 2010 Churchill Cup,(FFR)French Rugby Federation website

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