Jesse Sergent is a retired New Zealand racing cyclist who rode professionally between 2011 and 2016.
Along with Sam Bewley, Hayden Roulston, Westley Gough, and Marc Ryan, Sergent won a bronze medal for New Zealand in the team pursuit event at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
Sergent signed with Trek-under-23 Livestrong's development team on November 10, 2008, for the years 2009 and 2010.
He joined Team RadioShack as a stagiaire during the latter months of the 2010 campaign. After that, he committed to Team RadioShack with a professional deal for 2011.
At the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in Delhi, India, he competed on behalf of New Zealand. In the individual pursuit and team pursuit, Sergent took home silver medals.
Prior to the 2012 season, Sergent and a number of other riders joined the old Leopard Trek team to form RadioShack-Nissan.
Sergent continued to compete for RadioShack-Leopard, now known as Trek Factory Racing, in 2014.
Throughout the 2014 campaign, Sergent supported Fabian Cancellara. Sergent participated in both the individual road time trial and the road race at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
During the 2015 Tour of Flanders, Sergent was struck by a neutral service car, causing three operations and a three-month absence from competitive cycling.
After that, he committed to a two-year contract with AG2R La Mondiale beginning with the 2016 campaign. Sergent, though, who was 28 at the time, stopped competing in professional cycling in July 2016.
Jesse Sergent's net worth is currently estimated at $2 million.
You can find much more stuff about Jesse Sergent on this page!
Find out who are Jesse Sergent's friends and associates: