Félicia Ballanger is a retired French racing cyclist. She won five world championships in the sprint and 500 m time trial. She was also a triple Olympic champion. She is 1.68 metres tall and weighs 70 kilograms.
About Felicia Ballanger
Former French racing cyclist who won 5 World Championships in the 1990s. She also won three Olympic Gold medals, two in the sprint event and one in the 500 meter time trial.
She began her athletic career as both a cyclist and a handball player.
She set world records for the fastest 500 meter time trial six times throughout her career.
She married Benoit Vetu and the couple has two children together.
She won gold at the 2000 Olympics where runner Marion Jones also took home the gold.
Information related to Félicia Ballanger
- UCI Track Cycling World Champions (women)
- French female cyclists
- Olympic cyclists of France
- Cyclists at the 2000 Summer Olympics
- Olympic gold medalists for France
- Cyclists at the 1992 Summer Olympics
- Cyclists at the 1996 Summer Olympics