John Gadret

1979 - Today

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John Gadret (born 22 April 1979) is a French former professional racing cyclist in cyclo-cross and road racing, currently racing for the USO Bruay-la-Buissière amateur team. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of John Gadret has received more than 17,927 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). John Gadret is the 783rd most popular cyclist (down from 705th in 2019), the 4,781st most popular biography from France (down from 3,927th in 2019) and the 77th most popular French Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, John Gadret ranks 783 out of 1,212Before him are Andrey Zeits, Maki Tabata, Maxime Monfort, Lorenzo Bernucci, Sacha Modolo, and Mike Teunissen. After him are Alexander Efimkin, José Antonio Hermida, Jimmy Casper, Ángel Vicioso, Jonathan Vaughters, and Jack Bauer.

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Among people born in 1979, John Gadret ranks 707Before him are Vedran Zrnić, Luis Ernesto Michel, Josh Cooley, Lorenzo Bernucci, Juca, and Jon M. Chu. After him are Mariana Klaveno, Ruben Houkes, Cindy Klassen, Andrei Stepanov, Ataliba, and Jenny Wolf.

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In France

Among people born in France, John Gadret ranks 4,781 out of 5,234Before him are Florian Rousseau (1974), Fabien Causeur (1987), Mehdi Abeid (1992), Mickaël Poté (1984), Jordan Amavi (1994), and Syam Ben Youssef (1989). After him are Chaouki Ben Saada (1984), Jimmy Casper (1978), Jean-Philippe Mateta (1997), Anaïs Bescond (1987), Xavier Legrand (1979), and Nicolas Minassian (1973).

Among CYCLISTS In France

Among cyclists born in France, John Gadret ranks 77Before him are Cyril Dessel (1974), Félicia Ballanger (1971), Arnaud Démare (1991), Christophe Rinero (1973), Nacer Bouhanni (1990), and Florian Rousseau (1974). After him are Jimmy Casper (1978), Pauline Ferrand-Prévot (1992), Sandy Casar (1979), Christophe Le Mével (1980), Anthony Geslin (1980), and Tony Gallopin (1988).