Our brand has always been about close relationships and community. That's why we'd like to start by sending you a message of solidarity. We would like to wish you all the very best for the next few days and hope that you and your loved ones are well.
We're all in this together and this health crisis is forcing us to rethink our business for the foreseeable future.
We are suspending our sales activity
We have had to make the difficult decision to close the business from today given the current situation. Our focus remains the wellbeing of our employees so we are no longer in a position to continue our work.
• What does this imply?
We have taken the decision to close our boutiques. Also, it is no longer possible to order on our website lecoqsportif.com.
We are devastated but we know that we have your full support and we hope that we'll soon be able to make you happy again as customer satisfaction has always been our reason for being.
• Have you already placed an order with us?
Rest assured that, despite the decision to suspend our sales activity, we will honour the last orders placed on lecoqsportif.com. To date, orders have been correctly dispatched.
• Do you want to return an order?
In view of the current situation, we have extended the return time-frame to 45 days.
We remain open...
To accompany you in your daily life, we have prepared a rich sports programme: live sports classes on Monday with our coaches, challenges on Tuesday, exercises with our athletes on Wednesday and Saturday... and many great surprises.
Don't miss a thing. Follow us on our instagram account @lecoqsportif. Especially, look after yourself!
After his title as French Junior Champion in 2000, Frédéric Michalak began his professional career in 2001, with both the Stade Toulousain team and as a member of the French national team where he made a remarkable debut from the very outset. In 2003 and 2005, Frédéric won the Heineken Cup with his club Stade Toulousain. In 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2010, he was selected for the French national team that won the Six Nations Championship.
In 2008, Frédéric left France for a season, to join the South African team the Sharks, winning the Currie Cup. Back in France late 2008, he signed up for another three years with his original club, the Stade Toulousain. Injured late 2010, Frédéric resumed his place within the club in September 2011, and gained the title of French Champion of the Top 14 the same year. Frédéric Michalak made several notable appearances in the French team in 2012, particularly during the test matches in November where he gave flawless performance on the field. Champion of the Top 14 in 2013 and European Champion in 2013 and 2014 with RCT, Frédéric’s next major objective is the Rugby World Cup taking place in England in September 2015.