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Alan Riou

Alan Riou
Arkea Samsic
1997-04-02
France
From the Côte de Granit Rose in the Côtes d´Armor, Alan Riou is a young 100% Breton runner.
He proved himself among the cadets during the French Future Championship in Albi where he ranked 4th in the sprint in 2013, at the same time as Elie Gesbert achieved the double in the juniors. The two men do their training in the same club: at Team Pays de Dinan.
Alan joined the Brittany club for our team last year. In 2017, he ranked third at the Grand Prix D’Isbergues and provided valuable points to help the team win the French Cup.
Last year he won more than ten amateur races & won the "Tour de l'Avenir". He starts 2019 as a professional in the Arkea Samsic Team, with the desire to learn alongside big names & perform as quickly as possible.
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Alan Riou winner on the Classic 44

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Alan Riou won his first professional victory, winning the Classic 44 ! Alan riou"It's a deliverance! I know I've been in good shape for two months and I knew I was close to winning, it feels really good to come through. This is my first professional victory. I was disappointed after my second place in the Tour de Bretagne, but today the plan has worked and I am very happy. In the sprint, I knew the last mile brought speed. I know I'm quick in the sprint and in a small group I often have my chances. When Godon started his effort on the right, I gave everything I could on my own and it worked. I'm glad the team trusted me. We have great leaders at Arkéa-Samsic, when you have to work for them I do it 100% and today it was my turn. It proves that I can also be successful when given my chance. It's great to make it happen. I missed getting so many notifications on my cell phone after the race (laughs). " Yvon Ledanois“It's great, Alan's victory is really nice. It was a race marked by complicated weather conditions. Anthony Delaplace played a key role tactically as there were two of them up front with Alan in a very small squad. With the speed that Alan has, you had to believe in his chances. He played perfectly. I'm happy that Alan wins because most of the time he's a teammate and today he played his card and won: that's great. Despite the conditions ... proof that when times are tough, only the tough guys get away with it. "

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