Christophe Agnolutto

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Christophe Agnolutto was born on 6 December, 1969 in Soisy-sous-Montmorency, France, is a French cyclist. Discover Christophe Agnolutto’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 51 years old?

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Age51 years old
Zodiac SignSagittarius
Born6 December 1969
Birthday6 December
BirthplaceSoisy-sous-Montmorency, France

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Christophe Agnolutto Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Agnolutto rode the Tour five times and won nine races as a professional before retiring at the end of 2006.


I needed a change of air. I owe a lot to Vincent, who let me turn professional and who gave me contracts for nine years, but the current didn’t pass any more with certain members of the team. And finally, Vincent wasn’t able to say if he would keep me for 2005, so I needed to move. I was in contact with Agritubel during the Tour du Poitou-Charentes in August and I was interested straight away.


That win was stage seven of the 2000 Tour de France, taken in an early breakaway. It was France’s first win in the Tour for two years, since Jacky Durand in 1998. He told his team-mates that morning what he planned to do and attacked three times at the start of the stage. On the third attempt he cleared the front of the race alone. He rode alone in the rain for 80 km of the 127 km from Tours to Limoges, getting up to 8m 20s lead.


Winning served me well financially but also in terms of being known inside and outside the peloton. On the other hand, I rested on my laurels for the next two years. Especially after the 1998 Tour, which killed my enthusiasm for riding a bike. In 1999, the birth of my daughter occupied all my thoughts for a few months but I put myself out of the running [hors-jeu]. I didn’t want to ride a Tour de France which had lost its shine [qui ne me faisait plus rêver] That year I lived the Tour via my television screen and I realised I was missing something important. I promised myself I’d ride as many as I could. And to compete. Which is how my stage win came about.


Agnolutto won the 1997 Tour de Suisse after breaking clear on the second stage. The favourites didn’t take up the chase and couldn’t make up Agnolutto’s lead afterwards. He said in 2001:


Agnolutto was a commercial artist when, as an amateur in 1995, he won Bordeaux-Saintes and the GP Nord-Pas de Calais and came third in the national championship. He rode successively for the CSM Puteaux, the US Créteil and the ASPPT Paris. He dedicated himself to cycling when he met his wife, Mélanie, when he was 23. He turned professional the following year for Petit Casino, sponsored by a supermarket chain. He stayed with the team and its directeur sportif, Vincent Lavenu, through changes of sponsors. He said: “I didn’t exactly have a lot of other offers.”


Christophe Agnolutto (born 6 December 1969, Soisy-sous-Montmorency, Val-d’Oise) is a professional road bicycle racer from France.