Cycling: Corentin Ermenault deprived of the Paris Olympic Games

Cycling: Corentin Ermenault deprived of the Paris Olympic Games
Cycling: Corentin Ermenault deprived of the Paris Olympic Games

Thursday June 13, the French Cycling Federation organized a press point at the Vélodrome National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines with the endurance track cycling collective. Corentin Ermenault (28 years old) should have been present at this “media day”, alongside Victoire Berteau, licensed at VC Laon, and Valentin Tabellion, who lives in Amiens, but the Amiens resident was excused, “ sick » according to Steven Henry. In reality, Corentin Ermenault had learned the same morning from the French coach that he would not go to the Paris Olympic Games this summer in the team pursuit event, the objective of his end of career. A hard blow for the son of Philippe Ermenault, gold medalist in the team pursuit and silver in the individual pursuit at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

The endurance track cycling selection will be made official on Friday June 28.

Thursday June 20, Corentin Ermenault (Team Bricquebec Cotentin) finished second in the time trial of the French Road Championships in the amateur category. A time trial which took place between Le Mont-Saint-Michel and Saint-Martin-de-Landelles.

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