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Olivier Milloud

Olivier Milloud
Date of birth (1975-12-09) 9 December 1975
Place of birth Saint-Vallier, Drôme
Height 1.84 m (6 ft 12 in)
Weight 112 kg (16 st 3 lb)
Rugby union career
Playing career
Position Loosehead prop
Amateur clubs
Years Club / team
1994-1995 Beaurepaire
correct as of March 17, 2007.
Professional / senior clubs
Years Club / team Caps (points)
1995-2011
2011-2012
Bourgoin
Stade Français
correct as of March 17, 2007.
National team(s)
Years Club / team Caps (points)
2000- France 50 (5)
correct as of March 17, 2007.

Olivier Milloud is a retired French rugby union footballer, who last played for Stade Français in the Top 14. He has also played for the French national team, including being a part of their 2003 Rugby World Cup squad. He usually plays as a prop.

He made his international debut for France in a match against Romania on 28 May 2000. He had surgery on his ankle in 2003, though he recovered in time to be named in France's squad for the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He played in five matches during the tournament in Australia. Although he did not play in the 2004 Six Nations Championship, he played three matches in 2005 and then played in France's summer and autumn internationals. He scored his first try for the France national team against Scotland on 17 March 2007 during the last match of the 2007 Six Nations Championship, which saw them win the title.

External links

  • Olivier Milloud on sporting-heroes.net
  • Olivier Milloud on ercrugby.com
  • Olivier Milloud on rwc2003.irb.com
  • Olivier Milloud on rbs6nations.com


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