Frédéric Michalak is a French rugby union footballer, who currently plays for the Lyon OU in the Top 14. His early career was spent playing for his hometown team, Toulouse, in the Top 14 and in the Heineken Cup. He moved to South Africa to play for the Sharks in the Super 14 after the 2007 Rugby World Cup, but after just one year with the Sharks he moved back to Toulouse. He has also played over 70 tests for France to date, and is the country's leading Test point scorer, achieving that milestone in 2015. Michalak originally played scrum-half but has played mainly at fly-half. He has appeared in advertisements for companies such as Nike and Levis. Michalak made his debut for Toulouse in 1998. He was a member of the team that won the French championship in 2001 and the Heineken Cup in 2003 and 2005. Michalak made his first appearance for France against South Africa on 10 November 2001 and became a regular on the French side.
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About Frederic Michalak
French rugby fly-half who joined the Sharks in Super Rugby in 2008 and France's national team in 2001.
He signed his first professional contract with Toulouse at age 18.
He scored more than 250 points and made more than 50 appearances for the French rugby team beginning in 2001.
He fathered a son with his wife Cindy.
He joined JP Pietersen on the Natal Sharks in 2008.
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- Sportspeople from Toulouse
- Stade Toulousain players
- RC Toulonnais players
- Sharks (rugby union) players
- Sharks (Currie Cup) players
- France international rugby union players
- Rugby union scrum-halves
- French rugby union players
- Rugby union fly-halves