Frederic Michalak is a French rugby player who was born in 1982 and hails from Toulouse. He is currently an international player who plays in Top 14 as part of Lyon OU.
Early part of his career was spent in playing for Toulouse, a team he was part of when they played for tournaments like Heineken Cup and Top 14.
His debut for the Toulouse rugby team began in the year 1998. He was part of the French national team when they won the Heineken Cup in years 2003 and 2005. He made his appearance in France when they played for South Africa in the year 2001. He was also selected to be a member of the squad that went to play for the 2003 Rugby World Cup in Australia as well as the 2007 tournament that was held in France. He was part of Six Nations French Grand Slam when they won in the years 2004 and 2006.
When Michalak had been part of the Stade Toulousain club in 2001 they were crowned as the champions of France. The same year he made his debut for the France national team. He helped replace another player in a match against South Africa. France gained victory in that match. He was promoted to the starting lineup position and he went on to be part of the national team for consequent matches like the one they played against Fiji.
Michalak also played for the national team in Six Nations match the following year, the one that they played against Italy. Michalak also played in the Six Nations match that France played in 2003, also against Italy. The matches that he played that year for the national team were successful ones for his career. He scored in several matches and helped the national team to gain victory.