Thierry Dusautoir

Thierry Dusautoir

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Thierry Dusautoir (born 18 November 1981 in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire) is a French rugby union player who currently plays for France at international level and Toulouse in the French Top 14 club competition. A graduate chemical engineer, Dusautoir is a strong ball carrier with good speed and strength to get out of the tackle.

Like Pépito Elhorga, Dusautoir was born of a French father and Ivorian mother. Into judo, he had never picked up a rugby ball before the age of 16. He first played for Bordeaux-Bègles before moving to US Colomiers for one season, and then signed with Biarritz. He played in the final of the 2005-06 Heineken Cup at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, which Biarritz lost to Irish team Munster 23–19. Despite losing the Heineken Cup, Biarritz did manage to win the final of the 2005-06 Top 14 40–13 against Toulouse. Dusautoir was called up into the French squad for tests during June 2006 against Romania and the Springboks.

He made his debut for France in a test against Romania on 17 June 2006 at Cotroceni Stadium in Bucharest, Romania, where France defeated the Romanians 62–14. Dusautoir scored a try on debut as well. He also played in the subsequent match against the Springboks at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town which was also a victory for France. He left Biarritz and signed for Toulouse in 2006.

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