Laurent Thirionet (born 22 November 1970) is a retired French Paralympic cyclist who competed in internationl track cycling and road cycling elite events. He is a five-time World champion and a double Paralympic champion. Thirionet had his left leg amputated above the knee after being involved in a traffic accident in Dunkirk. He started cycling after his accident and won his first medals at the 2000 Summer Paralympics.
|Born||22 November 1970|
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- "Laurent Thirionet - International Paralympic Committee". International Paralympic Committee. 20 March 2021.