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Marion Clignet (born 21 February 1964 in Hyde Park, Chicago) is a French former track cyclist. Clignet was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of 22 and was shunned by the United States Cycling Federation[1] and she subsequently raced for France.

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1990
 United States National Road Championships
 Road race

After 1990, Clignet competed in the French national championships

1991
National Track Championships
 Individual pursuit
National Road Championships
 Road race
Road World Championships
 Team time trial (with Nathalie GendronCatherine Marsal and Cecile Odin)
Track Cycling World ChampionshipsStuttgart
 Individual pursuit
1992
National Track Championships
 Individual pursuit
National Road Championships
 Road race
1993
National Road Championships
 Road race
2nd, Overall, Grande Boucle Féminine Internationale
Track Cycling World ChampionshipsHamar
 Individual pursuit
1994
1st, Chrono des Herbiers
Track Cycling World ChampionshipsPalermo
 Individual pursuit
1995
National Track Championships
 Individual pursuit
1996
National Track Championships
 Individual pursuit
National Road Championships
 Individual time trial
Track Cycling World ChampionshipsManchester
 Individual pursuit
1st, Overall, Tour du Finistère
1st, Prologue
1st, Stage 1
1st, Stage 2
1st, Stage 3
1st, Stage 4
1st, Stage 5
Olympic GamesAtlanta
 Individual pursuit
5th, Road race
1999
National Track Championships
 Individual pursuit
 Points race
Track Cycling World ChampionshipsBerlin
 Individual pursuit
 Points race
Track Cycling World Cup
1st, Individual pursuit, Cali
1st, Points race, Cali
2000
National Track Championships
 Individual pursuit
 Points race
National Road Championships
 Individual time trial
Track Cycling World ChampionshipsManchester
 Points race
Olympic GamesSydney
 Individual pursuit
1st, Route Féminine Du Vignoble Nantais
2003
National Track Championships
 Individual pursuit
Track Cycling World Cup
2nd, Points race, Sydney
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