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Thomas Lièvremont

Thomas Lievremont
Personal information
Born (1973-11-06) 6 November 1973
Perpignan, France
Height 6.2 ft (1.9 m)
Weight 17.5 st (111 kg)
Relatives Marc Lievremont, Matthieu Lievremont (brothers)
Club information
Playing position No.8
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Pts)
Biarritz ()
Stade Francais ()
Perpignan ()
Representative team(s)
1996-2004 France 27 (20)
† Appearances (Points).

Thomas Lièvremont (born 6 November 1973) is a French rugby union footballer.

Thomas Lièvremont was born in Perpignan. He currently coaches Dax in the second division of French rugby, Pro D2, but has agreed to join Top 14 side Bayonne as forwards coach for the 2010–11 season. His usual position was at number-eight. He was a part of the Biarritz team that won the 2005–06 Top 14, and runners-up of the 2005-06 Heineken Cup. He has also played for the France national team. He made his international debut for France in 1996 against Wales, and was a part of their 1999 Rugby World Cup squad.

He is the brother of two other rugby players: Matthieu and Marc, who was appointed coach of the French team on 24 October 2007. Their sister was also a rugby player.

External links

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  • 99 RWC profile

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