Florian Rousseau

Florian Rousseau (born 3 February 1974 in Joinville-le-Pont) is a French former track cyclist who won three gold medals and one silver at the Summer Olympics (1996 and 2000). He was popular among spectators for the facial expressions he pulled - many of them seeming to make his eyes bulge - to help him concentrate at the start of races. In retirement he became one of France's national sprint coaches.

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