Did you possibly mean seigneur?
- Borrowing from French soigneur, literally "one who treats (an ailment)". (Wiktionary)
“The bond between riders and their soigneur is a strong one.”
“Operating on the same bare-bones program, “Team Compton” — made up of Compton and Mark Legg, her husband, mechanic, soigneur and training partner — won two mountain bike national titles in short-track cross-country in 2008 and 2010.”
“The inventory control of a team lies with the head mechanic and soigneur.”
“Contador is also expected to bring his favored mechanic, soigneur and trainer with him along with Jacinto Vidarte, his personal press attaché.”
“They are assisted by a soigneur from their team and then basically sponge bathed right there in the tent behind the stage.”
“I recently learned, while at dinner with Tyler Farrar and discussing his podium experiences, that it is an honor to be the soigneur chosen to attend the winners at the podium — they are responsible for getting the riders where they need to go, cleaned up, redressed, etc.”
“Damn, my DS and my soigneur failed to tell me about the early start time for today.”
“Maybe I could move to OZ and become Cadel's soigneur.”
“Will his tattoo artist and his soigneur be working on him simultaneously?”
“When a team is looking to sign Contador, or a rider of similar stature, they must also bring his favored lieutenants, his soigneur, his mechanic and so on.”
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