A medal and personal records

How did the preparation for the World Championships go? Quentin Lafargue: It all went well. During the South African training at the beginning of the year, we all worked actively and very well physically. Before we talk about the World Championships, what about the World Cup in Milton? QL: It...

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2019 a rainbow year

As we get to the end of 2019, it’s time to look back on a 2019 full of emotions: a World Champion title, 10 national titles, the ‘Star en piste’ gala, the project VCESQY Team Voussert. In 3 words can you describe 2019? Quentin Lafargue: Team-work, Self-confidence and Victories. It’s been...

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10th National Title

You take part this year in the French Championships with your new club, the VCESQY TeamVoussert. Can you tell us about the role of the club during the season and for your career? Quentin Lafargue: I joined the VCESQY last October with teammate Quentin Caleyron. Voussert has been my partner for...

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New prestigious partnership

For the 100 years of the Yellow Jersey, you join the legendary French brand Le Coq Sportif. What does it mean for you? Quentin Lafargue: Le Coq Sportif is a reference in the world of sports and maybe even more in cycling with whole the different jerseys of the Tour...

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Kilometre in Gold

 Congratulations on your 1st World Elite Champion title! Quentin Lafargue: Thank you! It’s unbelievable and also very special.  I have been chasing it for so long that it’s hard to believe I made it. I’m very happy. Work pays off. Never stop believing it’s possible.   Team speed is on...

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2018 last competition

After the World Cup in Berlin, you took part this weekend in the 4th World Cup Round in London. You often start your competition with team sprint and this time it’s with a young team. What do you keep from this first day? Quentin Lafargue: The selected team was young....

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Silver medal in World Cup

For your 3rdstep, you start with team sprint. After the qualifying rounds, the French Team is 3rdwith 43”570, how did you feel? Quentin Lafargue: the team was new for all of us. Seb came back as starter and Rayan was back in 2ndposition. The round went well, I felt rather...

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