St. Michel–Auber93

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Team information
UCI codeAUB
RegisteredFrance
Founded1994 (1994)
Discipline(s) Road
StatusContinental
Key personnel
General managerStephane Javalet
Team name history
1994–1996
1997–2003
2004–2009
2010–2011
2012
2013–2014
2015
2016–2017
2018–
Aubervilliers 93–Peugeot
BigMat–Auber 93
Auber 93
BigMat–Auber 93
Auber 93
BigMat–Auber 93
Auber 93
HP BTP–Auber93
St. Michel–Auber93

St. Michel–Auber93 ( UCI team code:AUB) is a UCI Continental cycling team based in France. The team is managed by Stephane Javalet with the help of Guy Gallopin and Stephan Gaudry. [1]

Contents

The team was founded in 1994 as Aubervilliers 93–Peugeot, a name they had until 1997 when they turned into BigMat–Auber 93. The team has participated in the Tour de France in 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2001. [2] In 2004 the name changed to Auber 93, reverting to the current name in 2010. [3] In 2015, BigMat once again stopped sponsoring the team. [4]

Team roster

As of 3 May 2020. [5]
RiderDate of birth
Flag of France.svg  Bryan Alaphilippe  (FRA) (1995-08-17) 17 August 1995 (age 24)
Flag of France.svg  Baptiste Bleier  (FRA) (1995-06-01) 1 June 1995 (age 24)
Flag of France.svg  Baptiste Constantin  (FRA) (1994-09-17) 17 September 1994 (age 25)
Flag of France.svg  Adrien Guillonnet  (FRA) (1993-11-21) 21 November 1993 (age 26)
Flag of France.svg  Tony Hurel  (FRA) (1987-11-01) 1 November 1987 (age 32)
RiderDate of birth
Flag of France.svg  Louis Louvet  (FRA) (1997-07-12) 12 July 1997 (age 22)
Flag of France.svg  Anthony Maldonado  (FRA) (1991-04-09) 9 April 1991 (age 29)
Flag of France.svg  Flavien Maurelet  (FRA) (1991-03-16) 16 March 1991 (age 29)
Flag of France.svg  Yoann Paillot  (FRA) (1991-05-28) 28 May 1991 (age 28)
Flag of South Africa.svg  Morné van Niekerk  (RSA) (1995-08-17) 17 August 1995 (age 24)

Major wins

1996
Stage 6 Grand Prix du Midi Libre, Gilles Talmant
Stage 4 Tour de France, Cyril Saugrain
1997
Stage 4 Circuito Montañés, Anthony Morin
1998
Stage 5 Volta ao Algarve, Guillaume Auger
Stage 4 Tour de Normandie, Thierry Gouvenou
Paris–Camembert, Pascal Lino
Stages 3 & 8 Prudential Tour, Jay Sweet
Stage 4 Tour du Limousin, Philippe Bordenave
Stage 3 Tour de l'Avenir, Jay Sweet
Commonwealth Games, Road Race, Jay Sweet
1999
Stage 3a Tour Méditerranéen, Guillaume Auger
Stage 3 Tour de Normandie, Jay Sweet
Stage 2a Tour de l'Oise, Jay Sweet
Stage 6 Tour de l'Avenir, Alexandre Chouffe
2000
Flag of France.svg France, Road Race Championships, Christophe Capelle
Stage 3 Tour Down Under, Stéphane Berges
Stage 2a Tour Méditerranéen, Jeremy Hunt
Stage 1 Sea Otter Classic, Jeremy Hunt
Overall Tour de Normandie, Ludovic Auger
Stage 2, Jay Sweet
Stage 1 Settimana Lombarda, Carlos Da Cruz
GP Stad Vilvoorde, Guillaume Auger
Stage 4 Tour de l'Ain, Denis Leproux
Stage 2b Circuit Franco-Belge, Jay Sweet
Stage 9 Herald Sun Tour, Jeremy Hunt
2001
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain, Road Race Championships, Jeremy Hunt
Stage 1 & 2 Tour of Rhodes, Jay Sweet
Stage 7 Circuito Montañés, Jay Sweet
Mi-Août 4, Alexei Sivakov
Stage 2b Tour de l'Ain, Jay Sweet
Prix de la Ville de Soissons, Benjamin Levecot
Overall Ster Elektrotoer, Xavier Jan
Stage 4 Circuit Franco-Belge, Jeremy Hunt
2002
Grand Prix d'Ouverture La Marseillaise, Xavier Jan
Stage 1 Circuit de la Sarthe, Christophe Capelle
Mi-Août 1, Nicolas Liboreau
GP Ouest-France, Jeremy Hunt
2003
Circuit des Mines, Guillaume Auger
Stage 1 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré, Plamen Stoyanov
Mi-Août 4, Yannick Talabardon
Stage 2a Tour de la Somme, Guillaume Auger
2004
Stage 1 Tour de Normandie, Yannick Talabardon
Tour du Jura, Yannick Talabardon
Mi-Août 2, Yannick Talabardon
2005
Bordeaux-Saintes, John Nilsson
GP de la Ville de Nogent-sur-Oise, Tristan Valentin
Tro Bro Léon, Tristan Valentin
Paris-Mantes-en-Yvelines, Maxime Mederel
Stage 4 Tour de Gironde, Saïd Haddou
Stage 1 Paris–Corrèze, William Bonnet
2006
Les Monts Luberon, René Mandri
Stage 7 Tour de Normandie, Maxime Mederel
GP de Villers-Cotterêts, Emilien Berges
Stage 1 Tour du Poitou Charentes, Saïd Haddou
2007
Tour du Finistère, Niels Brouzes
Paris-Mantes-en-Yvelines, Niels Brouzes
Tour du Jura, Guillaume Levarlet
GP Cristal Energie, Florian Morizot
2008
Paris-Mantes-en-Yvelines, Florian Morizot
Overall, Circuit de Lorraine, Steve Chainel
Stage 4, Steve Chainel
Overall Ronde de l'Oise, Niels Brouzes
Stage 4 Tour du Poitou Charentes, Florian Morizot
Paris-Tours Espoirs, Tony Gallopin
2009
Stage 1 Tour de Normandie, Morgan Chedhomme
Stage 4 Tour de Normandie, Fabien Bacquet
Stage 4 Route du Sud, Johan Mombaerts
2010
Stage 2 Ronde de l'Oise, Nadir Haddou
2011
Stages 4 & 6 Tour de Normandie, Fabien Bacquet
Stage 5 Tour de Bretagne, Maxime Méderel
Overall Rhône-Alpes Isère Tour, Sylvain Georges
Stages 1 & 3, Sylvain Georges
Grand Prix de Plumelec-Morbihan, Sylvain Georges
2012
Stage 8 Tour de Normandie, Benoit Drujon
Stage 7 Tour de Bretagne, Dimitri Le Boulch
Stage 5 Circuit de Lorraine, Steven Tronet
2013
Les Boucles du Sud Ardèche, Mathieu Drujon
Stage 4 Tour du Limousin, Stéphane Rossetto
2014
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia Road Race Championships, Alo Jakin
Grand Prix de la Ville de Lillers, Steven Tronet
Paris–Troyes, Steven Tronet
Overall Boucles de la Mayenne, Stéphane Rossetto
2015
Paris–Troyes, David Menut
Stage 2 Circuit des Ardennes, Steven Tronet
Boucles de l'Aulne, Alo Jakin
Stage 1 Route du Sud, Steven Tronet
Flag of France.svg  France Road Race Championships, Steven Tronet
2016
Stage 4 Circuit des Ardennes, Alo Jakin
2017
Trophée Harmonie Mutuelle, Flavien Dassonville
Overall Le Tour de Bretagne Cycliste, Flavien Dassonville
Stage 2, Flavien Dassonville
Overall Ronde de l'Oise, Flavien Dassonville
Stage 1, Flavien Dassonville
2018
Overall Circuit des Ardennes International, Anthony Maldonado
Boucles de l'Aulne - Chateaulin, Kévin Le Cunff
Stage 2 Ronde de l'Oise, Damien Touzé
Overall Kreiz Breizh Elites, Damien Touzé
Stage 1, Damien Touzé
2019
Overall Ronde de l'Oise, Anthony Maldonado
Stage 2, Anthony Maldonado

National champions

2000
MaillotFra.PNG French Road Race Championships, Christophe Capelle
2001
MaillotReinoUnido.PNG British Road Race Championships, Jeremy Hunt
2014
MaillotEstonia.PNG Estonian Road Race Championships, Alo Jakin
2015
MaillotFra.PNG French Road Race Championships, Steven Tronet

Achievements in Tour de France

Team classification

Former riders

See also

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