12 Facts About Bryan Coquard


Bryan Coquard was born on 25 April 1992 and is a French cyclist, who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam Cofidis.


Bryan Coquard was a silver medalist at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the Omnium.


In 2009, Bryan Coquard won the gold medal in the omnium at the UCI Juniors World Championships, as well as winning the scratch at the European championships.


Bryan Coquard retained his Junior Omnium crown in 2010, winning four of the six events, he finished second in the Scratch Race.


Bryan Coquard won the silver medal finishing behind Lasse Norman Hansen of Denmark.


Bryan Coquard signed a contract for a professional career on the roads from the 2013 season onwards, signing with Team Europcar.


In 2015, Bryan Coquard won the first stage of the Four Days of Dunkirk.


The stage featured cobbled sectors, fracturing the peloton to bits, and Bryan Coquard won the sprint of a small group of three.


Bryan Coquard began the 2016 season with two victories in the first and second stages of the Etoile de Besseges.


Bryan Coquard started off well finishing 2nd behind Jens Debusschere in a small bunch sprint at Dwars door Vlaanderen.


Bryan Coquard was offered a place on the Quick-Step Floors team, but turned it down as he felt he would be put as 2nd sprinter behind Fernando Gaviria.


Bryan Coquard made his debut for Vital Concept in January 2018 at the Sharjah International Cycling Tour.