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Charly Mottet
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Personal information
Full name Charly Mottet
Nickname Petit Charly
Date of birth December 16, 1962 (1962-12-16) (age 47)
Country  France
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Rider type Allround
Professional team(s)1
1983-1985
1986-1988
1989-1992
1993-1994
Renault
Systeme U
RMO
Novemail
Major wins
Tour de France, 3 stages
Vuelta a España, 2 stages
Giro d'Italia, 1 stage
Tour de Romandie (1990)
Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré (1987, 1989, 1992)
Giro di Lombardia (1988)
Züri-Metzgete (1990)
Infobox last updated on:
August 21, 2007

1 Team names given are those prevailing
at time of rider beginning association with that team.

Charly Mottet (born December 16, 1962 in Valence, Drôme) is a French former professional cyclist (1983 to 1994).

He was one of the best French road cyclists of his era, Mottet won a total of 67 races, including the Tour de Romandie in 1990, and has 8 participations in the Tour de France. His best results in the Tour de France were the 4th positions in 1987 and 1991. He has 3 stage wins, 1 in 1990 (Stage 15 : Millau - Revel) and 2 in 1991 (Stage 11 : Quimper - Saint-Herblain and Stage 12 : Pau - Jaca). He also finished 2nd on the podium of the 1990 Giro d'Italia.

During his professional cycling career, Mottet had a reputation within the peloton as being a totally clean rider who never used performance enhancing drugs[1][2].

Palmarès

1984
Liedekerkse Pijl
Giro d'Italia:
Jersey white.svg Winner young rider classification
Tour de l'Avenir
1985
Grand Prix d'Ouverture La Marseillaise
Tour du Haut Var
Grand Prix des Nations
Giro del Piemonte
1986
Breuillet
Grand Prix Eddy Merckx
Vuelta a España:
Winner stages 9 and 11
1987
Chateauroux - Limoges
Critérium des As
Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
GP de Vannes
Montreuil
Quilan
Tour du Limousin
Grand Prix des Nations
Six-Days of Grenoble (with Bernard Vallet)
Tour de France:
4th place overall classification
1988
Giro del Lazio
Grand Prix des Nations
Giro di Lombardia
Six-Days of Grenoble (with Roman Hermann)
1989
Boucles de l'Aulne
Châteaulin
Giro del Lazio
Four Days of Dunkirk
Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
Six Days of Paris (with Etienne De Wilde)
Tour de France:
6th place overall classification
1990
Tour de Romandie
Züri-Metzgete
Four Days of Dunkirk
Tour de France:
Winner stage 15
Giro d'Italia:
Winner stage 16
2nd place overall classification
1991
Classique des Alpes
Tour de France:
4th place overall classification
Winner stages 11 and 12
1992
Coppa Bernocchi
Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
1993
Tour du Limousin
Tour Méditerranéen
1994
Route du Sud

External links

References

  1. ^ http://www.newstrot.com/node/5073 Greg Lemond on doping practices from 1990 (french)
  2. ^ Extract from 'Massacre a la Chaine' by Willy Voet
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