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Jean-Charles Senac signed his first professional contract for two years with the ProTour team AG2R...
Jean-Charles Senac signed his first professional contract for two years with the ProTour team AG2R Prévoyance. Senac now rides for the Chambéry Cyclisme Formation (CCF). The 22 year-old is the third rider from the CCF to turn pro, after Blaise Sonnery and Alexandre Pliuschin.
Senac is the amateur vice champion of France and the espoir champion of the Rhône-Alpes. In 2007, he also finished third in the GP d'Ancelle, fifth in the Tour des Pays de Savoie, and eighth in the Tour des Flandres and La Ronde de l'Isard. In 2006, he won the Tour of Jura, the Tour de Savoie, and the GP d'Ancelle.