Le Trophée Centre Morbihan will take place this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, and will see the best juniors of France and Navarra, a province in northern Spain, as well as other foreigners. The race is held for the 15th time and is a UCI ranked event since 2002. The 2.2 juniors race will also be tackled by the US American outfit Hot Tubes.
Some of the riders who did well and are now professionals include Florent Brard (Cofidis), who won the time trial in 1994, Sébastien Joly and Benoît Vaugrenard of Française des Jeux, who won stages and Loyd Mondory (AG2R La Mondiale), who took the overall title in 2000. And another rider who ended up at Française des Jeux, who not only won two stages in 2004, but also the overall title.
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