Audrey Cordon-Ragot

Pro since
Pontivy, France

About Audrey

Cordon-Ragot is an all-arounder with an impressive ability against the clock. The 33-year-old from Pontivy in Brittany has won eight elite road tricolores [the blue, white and red of the French flag], two in the road race and six in the TT. In her final season with Trek-Segafredo, she won the time trial at the Simac Ladies Tour and Postnord Vårgårda road race. Her top palmarès include two general classification victories in the Bretagne Ladies Tour, two Cholet Pays de Loire Dames wins, a stage of La Route de France, Drentse Acht van Westerveld and the Grand Prix du Morbihan Féminin.

A consistent rider, Cordon-Ragot’s strengths were supremely tested on September 11, 2022, when she suffered a stroke. It gave her a new mindset going into this new chapter of her career. She is keen to shine a light on the disease and its risk and impact on women under 40.


Audrey’s Palmares

2x National Championships France WE – Road Race (’22, ’20)
6x National Championships France WE – ITT (’22, ’21, ’18, ’17, ’16, ’15)
2x 1st | GC Bretagne Ladies Tour CERATIZIT (’19, ’13)
1st | Postnord UCI WWT Vårgårda WestSweden RR (’22)
1st | Chrono des Nations (’17)
1st | stage Simac Ladies Tour (‘22)
1st | stage La Route de France (’14)
2x 1st | Cholet Pays de Loire Dames (’15, ’12)
1st | Drenthe Achte van Westerveld (’19)
1st | Grand Prix du Morbihan Féminin (’14)
3rd | GC Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta (’18)

Solid results in final stage time trial at Tour de France Femmes
Pyrenean carnage in brutal Tour de France Femmes stage seven
Another scorching day in the saddle at the TDFF
Malcotti rues ruinous moment of misfortune after barnstorming ride