Marc Gomez

Marc Gomez ( born September 19, 1954 in Rennes ) is a former French cyclist.

Even as an amateur won the race in 1978 Marc Gomez Boucles de la Mayenne, as well as 1979 and 1981 Bordeaux -Saintes. From 1982 to 1989 he was a professional racer. His greatest successes in this period were the victory at Milan - Sanremo in 1982 and in the French road championship the following year.

Gomez started ten times in big tours, so five times in the Tour de France, but without thereby to have the precious Domestike first of Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain later distinguished himself. In the Vuelta a España 1982, he won the first stage, an individual time trial, and contributed in the following five days the yellow jersey. In the Vuelta 1986, he won the second stage and remained four days in yellow. In 1985, he won the Tour of Sweden, which he later than thanks from Hinault for his loyal support services previously described.

Today Marc Gomez works in his home town of Rennes in a transport company. As president of basketball clubs in the district Villejean he is further connected to the sport.