|Type||Competed in Olympic Games|
|Full name||Philippe Marcel Louis•Gaumont|
|Born||22 February 1973 in Amiens, Somme (FRA)|
|Died||17 May 2013 in Arras, Pas-de-Calais (FRA)|
|Measurements||186 cm / 77 kg|
After the 1992 Olympics, Philippe Gaumont turned professional. He was twice French champion in the individual pursuit and won a bronze medal in that event at the 2000 World Track Championships, with his other palmarès including a victory at Gent-Wevelgem in 1997 and GC titles at the Tour du Poitou-Charentes, the Four Days of Dunkirk and the Tour de Picardie.
Gaumont had several doping positives during his career. In 2004 he admitted to long-term doping and implicated several of his teammates as well. This effectively ended his career, although he wrote a well-received tell-all book, Prisonnier du Dopage (Prisoner of Doping). Gaumont then ran a bar in Lens called O Déjeuner. In early 2013 he suffered a massive heart attack that rendered him brain dead, while he lay in a comatose state for several days before life support was removed.
|Games||Discipline (Sport) / Event||NOC / Team||Pos||Medal||As|
|1992 Summer Olympics||Cycling Road (Cycling)||FRA||Philippe Gaumont|
|100 kilometres Team Time Trial, Men (Olympic)||France||3||Bronze|
|2000 Summer Olympics||Cycling Track (Cycling)||FRA||Philippe Gaumont|
|Individual Pursuit, 4,000 metres, Men (Olympic)||5|