Bib N°94
David Gaudu (fra) born on 10/10/1996 GROUPAMA - FDJ/fra
  • Intermediate sprint 2
  • Stages victories 2
  • Victories 2
  • Podiums 8

Rankings

Stage Ranking
1 35 35 - - 8 -
2 21 23 - - 4 -
3 11 20 18 - 4 -
4 29 20 28 - 4 -
5 74 20 34 - 4 -
6 11 16 31 - 2 -
7 23 16 34 - 2 -
8 18 14 35 - 2 -
9 26 14 38 - 2 -
10 21 14 41 - 2 -
11 1 12 16 10 2 -
12 17 12 16 13 3 -
13 28 12 16 13 3 -
14 17 11 17 14 3 -
15 76 11 17 14 3 -
16 24 11 19 15 3 -
17 1 8 12 4 2 -
18 36 8 13 4 2 -

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All news of D. Gaudu

Interview - 07/11 - 17:41 [GMT + 1]

Gaudu: “La Vuelta was already a success and this is even better”

David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ) : “Bruno [Armirail] has been amazing again. There are no words for the work he puts in. Right now, he’s one of the best teammates in the world with what he does. In the end, I had to go all in. I was afraid they might come back and then I was able to accelerate again in the last kilometre. I wanted to ove past my rivals quickly to make sure...

The stage film - 07/11 - 17:28 [GMT + 1]

Gaudu and Roglic elevate themselves to glory

The final mountain stage of La Vuelta 20 has crowned David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ), who claimed his second stage win atop the climb to the Alto de La Covatilla, and Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma), who managed to save La Roja despite a powerful attack from Richard Carapaz (Ineos Grenadiers). The Frenchman made his way to a solo victory after spending the whole day at the front of the...

Interview - 31/10 - 18:03 [GMT + 1]

Gaudu: "pure bliss"

David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ) : “I screamed because I was relieved. The legs hurt in the past few days. I was complaining that it wasn’t going so well and this has been a complicated season. We struggled at the Tour de France and we came to La Vuelta to be more ambitious. Unfortunately Thibaut [Pinot] had to abandon but we stayed motivated together. To win here, at the...

The stage film - 31/10 - 17:51 [GMT + 1]

Gaudu, prince of Asturias

David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ) is the first winner of a gruelling week-end of climbing in the Asturias. The young Frenchman won stage 11 of La Vuelta 2020 atop the Alto de la Farrapona ahead of his breakaway companion Marc Soler (Movistar), who gained 4 places in the overall standings thanks to a long range attack. In the favourites group, Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) and Richard...

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