Jimmy Casper

1978 - Today

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Jimmy Casper (born 28 May 1978 in Montdidier, Somme) is a French retired road bicycle racer, who competed as a professional between 1998 and 2012. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jimmy Casper has received more than 15,960 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Jimmy Casper is the 786th most popular cyclist (down from 670th in 2019), the 4,783rd most popular biography from France (down from 3,896th in 2019) and the 78th most popular French Cyclist.

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  • 4.40

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  • 2.37

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Among cyclists, Jimmy Casper ranks 786 out of 1,212Before him are Lorenzo Bernucci, Sacha Modolo, Mike Teunissen, John Gadret, Alexander Efimkin, and José Antonio Hermida. After him are Ángel Vicioso, Jonathan Vaughters, Jack Bauer, Michał Gołaś, Susanne Ljungskog, and Yukiya Arashiro.

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Among people born in 1978, Jimmy Casper ranks 693Before him are Jason Collins, Yekaterina Volkova, Hestrie Cloete, Roland Lessing, Niko Kapanen, and José Antonio Hermida. After him are Aimo Diana, Gromee, Keri Lynn Pratt, Benjani Mwaruwari, José Luis Abajo, and Massimiliano Rosolino.

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In France

Among people born in France, Jimmy Casper ranks 4,783 out of 5,234Before him are Mehdi Abeid (1992), Mickaël Poté (1984), Jordan Amavi (1994), Syam Ben Youssef (1989), John Gadret (1979), and Chaouki Ben Saada (1984). After him are Jean-Philippe Mateta (1997), Anaïs Bescond (1987), Xavier Legrand (1979), Nicolas Minassian (1973), Charles N'Zogbia (1986), and Tony Yoka (1992).

Among CYCLISTS In France

Among cyclists born in France, Jimmy Casper ranks 78Before him are Félicia Ballanger (1971), Arnaud Démare (1991), Christophe Rinero (1973), Nacer Bouhanni (1990), Florian Rousseau (1974), and John Gadret (1979). After him are Pauline Ferrand-Prévot (1992), Sandy Casar (1979), Christophe Le Mével (1980), Anthony Geslin (1980), Tony Gallopin (1988), and Pierrick Fédrigo (1978).