Anthony Charteau  Player Profile

Anthony Charteau

Anthony Charteau - Cycling

Country : France 
Date of birth  : 04/06/1979 
Location : Nantes 
Height : 1.75 m 
Weight : 67 kg 


Teams from Anthony Charteau

2008 Caisse d'Epargne 2006-2007
2005 Bouygues Telecom
2003-2004 Brioches La Boulangère
2001-2002 Bonjour


Honours from Anthony Charteau

2010 Best Climber, Tour de France 2010
3rd in the 2nd stage of the Tour du Gabon
4th in the 3rd stage of the Tour du Gabon
1st in the 4th stage of the Tour du Gabon
1st in the General Ranking of the Tour du Gabon
9th in the Tour du Finistère
5th in the 10th stage of the Tour de France
2009 4th French Road Championships
1st Time trial, by team, in the Tour Méditérranéen
2008 3rd Paris Bourges
2007 1st General Ranking of the Tour de Langkawi
1st one stage of the Tour de Langkawi
2nd Paris Camembert
2006 1st Polynormande
2005 1st one stage of the Tour de Guadeloupe
2004 6th General Ranking of the Route du Sud
2003 2nd Classic Loire Atlantique
2000 1st Grand Prix de Bruyère

Anthony Charteau on Eurosport

Gene wins in Gabon as Dockx sprints to final stage

Gene wins in Gabon as Dockx sprints to final stage - 21/01/2013 - Cycling

Yohann Gene won the Tropicale Amissa Bongo while Gert Dockx claimed the final stage in a sprint on the streets of Libreville.

Voeckler and Rolland lead

Voeckler and Rolland lead Europcar team - 26/06/2012 - Cycling - Tour de France

Thomas Voeckler and Pierre Rolland will lead Team Europcar's nine-man squad for the forthcoming Tour de France.

Quintana wins Route du Sud

Quintana wins Route du Sud - 18/06/2012 - Cycling

Colombian Nairo Quintana won the Route du Sud after comfortably protecting his lead in the fourth and final stage in Saint Gaudens, France.

Quintana takes lead

Quintana takes lead after stage win - 17/06/2012 - Cycling

Colombia’s Nairo Quintana picked up his second stage win in a week, triumphing in the Pyrenees on stage three of the Route du Sud.

Europcar finalise team

Europcar finalise team - 29/06/2011 - Cycling - Tour de France

Yohann Gene, Vincent Jerome, Perrig Quemeneur and Sebastien Turgot all made the cut as Team Europcar named their team for the Tour de France

Charteau claims Sud lead

Charteau claims Sud lead  - 17/06/2011 - Cycling

Anthony Charteau won the second stage to claim the Route du Sud overall lead ahead of his King of the Mountains Tour defence.

Gerdemann goes solo

Gerdemann win solo in Luxembourg - 04/06/2011 - Cycling

Linus Gerdemann secured his first victory for Leopard Trek as he crossed the finish line alone on stage two of the Tour de Luxembourg.

Keizer claims Boucle title

Keizer claims Boucle de l'Aulne title - 30/05/2011 - Cycling

Vacansoleil's Martijn Keizer saw off a host of French riders to take the honours at the 12th edition of the Boucle de l'Aulne in Brittany.

Voeckler wins

Voeckler breaks free to win in Cholet - 21/03/2011 - Cycling

Thomas Voeckler won the GP Cholet-Pays de Loire in France to take the second leg of the French Cup.

Charteau takes Gabon win

Charteau takes Gabon win - 31/01/2011 - Cycling

France's Anthony Charteau (Europcar) won the La Tropicale Amissa Bongo after staying out of trouble in the final stage.

Charteau takes control

Amissa Bongo: Charteau takes control - 29/01/2011 - Cycling

Eritrea's Daniel Teklehaimanot won stage four of La Tropicale Amissa Bongo as Anthony Charteau of France took the overall lead of the race.

Gene wins stage two

Gene takes stage in Cameroon - 27/01/2011 - Cycling

Frenchman Yohann Gene (Europcar) won the second stage of the Tropical Amissa Bongo after a sprint finish in Ebolowa, Cameroon.

Cav wins in Paris

Cav wins, Contador makes it three - 26/07/2010 - Cycling - Tour de France

Record-breaking Mark Cavendish won the final stage on the Champs Elysees as Alberto Contador became a triple Tour de France winner.

Contador retains yellow

Schleck wins but Contador retains yellow - 23/07/2010 - Cycling - Tour de France

Alberto Contador moved closer to retaining the Tour de France as he crossed Andy Schleck over the line at the top of the Tourmalet. 

Fedrigo thwarts Armstrong

Fedrigo thwarts Armstrong dream - 20/07/2010 - Cycling - Tour de France

Lance Armstrong failed in a brave bid to win a stage in his final Tour de France as Pierrick Fedrigo won stage 16 in Pau.

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