Sprints to first ITU World Cup win in Australia
I claimed my first ITU World Cup win with an electrifying sprint in Mooloolaba, just pipping reigning champion Brad Kahlefeldt and another Frenchman, David Hauss, on the line in the first major event of the 2012 season. ( March, 2012).
Winner in Geelong (AUS) for the ITU Continental Cup.
After shadowing with Will Clarke (GBR) on the last lap, I managed to kick away with the finish line in sight. ( March, 2012).
WINNING the "DODDSY INTERNATIONAL",AGAIN!
After 2011, I won again in Wanaka for the Contact Tri Serie in Wanaka over a strong Kiwi field. (january 2012)
2011 FRENCH CHAMPION!
After 2009, I won my 2nd national title. I am really pleased with my victory, it will give me the joy to lead into the Olympics as the French Champion! (September,2011).
MADE THE OLYMPIC SELECTION
I answered the London call and secured my spot for the next Olympic Game by finishing 6th and 1st French in the Olympic Test event(August,2011).
mardi 24 août 2010
I just finished a series of intensive tests to establish the reasons for my collapse occurred during the last round of the World Championship in Kitzbuhel.
All the tests are really reassuring, as the conclusions excluded any cardiovascular disease or disturbance .
It's really reassuring because this diagnosis does not affect my athletic ability, it shows instead that I probably pushed a little too hard...
Unfortunetly, I suffers from two broken ribs forcing me to rest for three weeks.
In these circumstances , I must withdraw the end of the season ...
samedi 14 août 2010
Just a quick update to give some news after today.
I received quite a lot of message on the last 6 hours. You might have seen me collapsing during the run in Kitzbuhel.
I went to Austria with a big motivation and a strong determination to get a great result to end up the bad luck of this 2010 season.
Well, my plan was going great until for undeterminated reasons I collapsed during the run. I have lost memory of what happened but for sure this was really a scary experience.
I will cheer for Andrea tomorow in the woman race before heading back to France to do some medicals check up.
I hope everything will be ok and the Doctors will just tell me "You pushed a bit to hard that time."