Pascal Lino

Pascal Lino ( born August 13, 1966 in Sartrouville ) is a former French cyclist.

Cycling career

In 1987, Pascal Lino as an amateur third in the track world championships in Vienna in the points race. In 1988 he competed at the Seoul Olympics and finished fourth in the team pursuit and seventh in the points race. In the same year he won the French league title in the team time trial, together with Jacky Durand, Laurent Bezault and Thierry Laurent.

Lino 1988 pro. In 1989 he won the Tour de l' Avenir, called in that year Tour de la Communauté européenne, 1998 Paris - Camembert and in the same year the race classification Coupe de France. Lino also drove a total of 24 six-day races, he won the 1992 Bordeaux with Peter Pieters.

Ten times Lino started in the Tour de France. In 1992, he wore the yellow jersey for ten days and was fifth overall. In 1993 he won a stage. In 2001 he ended his cycling career.


Twice Lino was punished for doping. He was locked on probation for taking ephedrine 1993. In 1999, he tried to raise cortisone and was granted two months grounding of his team.