Romain Feillu

Grand Prix of the Four Mies 2009, 2010

Romain Feillu ( born April 16, 1984 in Châteaudun ) is a French cyclist.


For the first time attention to themselves Romain Feillu made ​​in 2002 second in the junior class at the Chrono des Herbiers. In 2005, he began his career as a trainee with the French Professional Continental team Agritubel. Then the following year he won the overall classification of the Tour de la Somme for themselves; at the road World Cycling Championships in Salzburg, he won the silver medal in the road race in the U23 behind the German Gerald Ciolek.

Since 2007, Romain Feillu is professional; to 2009 he was at Agritubel under contract. In his first season as a professional cyclist, he was able to land several successes: he secured next to a stage win at the Tour de Luxembourg and the victory at Paris - Bourges also the overall standings of the Tour of Britain.

Great visibility Romain Feillu reached in the 2008 season, he could not begin until mid-May due to a long, disease, forced break due to toxoplasmosis. At the third stage of the Tour de France he won after a successful breakaway the yellow jersey of overall leader, but he could not defend the individual time trial on the following day. In both 2008 and 2009 Feillu had to prematurely terminate the Tour de France.

His most notable victories reached Feillu, who is regarded as Sprinter, 2009 and 2010 at the Grand Prix of the Four Mies.


His younger brother Brice Feillu is also cyclist.


  • General Classification Tour de la Somme
  • Road World Championship ( U23 )
  • A stage of Tour de Luxembourg
  • General Classification Tour of Britain
  • Paris - Bourges
  • A stage of the Tour de Picardie
  • A stage of the Tour du Limousin
  • Grand Prix of the Four Mies
  • A stage in the Vuelta a Burgos
  • A stage Tour de l' Ain
  • Grand Prix of the Four Mies
  • Three stages Tour Méditerranéen
  • Tour du Finistère
  • A stage and General Classification Tour de Picardie
  • A stage of the Circuit de Lorraine
  • A stage of Tour de Luxembourg