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).
lundi 22 novembre 2010
It's been a long time since my last update. I must say that I prefer the simplicity of my twitter account when I don't have much to say...
2010 was really stressful for my body with all these accumulations of injuries , I pushed myself a bit far but that was the plan.
Two months of recovery were useful before I felt completely back to good form.
I restarted training with four easy weeks to get back into it and three consistent weeks just to get ready to rumble when the big miles will begin in NZL next week!
On the menu this autumn were long runs with headlamps where I learnt to deal with adrenaline releases each time a wild pig crossed the trail in front of me, a swimming race with the ex top triathletes but now talented businessmen (P & F. Dorez= Men behind Zerod ) and to finish, the French X-country Military championships last Friday in Orleans.
A race I like, with mud, big puddles and pretty much all the best french runners, as most of them are military.
An explosive cocktail, I got nice muscle fatigue, sore lungs but most importantly a good result considering the period!
The Military Triathlon team got bronze and I took 12th place in between very good runners (results below).
I am now in New Zealand for 4 months, I guarantee that I will be very busy!
See you soon
1 NIYONKURU ABRAHAM 29:19.76
2 THEURI JAMES 29:24.30
3 NDEMI ABEL 29:28.19
4 LETELLIER LOIC 29:34.52
5 MURAGA JOSEPHAT 29:47.42
6 JONCHERAY PIERRE 29:58.59
7 JAOUEN FABRICE 29:58.86
8 EL MEDOULY FOUAD 30:10.02
9 TAMBWE PATRICK 30:13.34
10 ROUAULT GREGORY 30:16.64
11 JALLAL NOURDINE 30:20.03
12 VIDAL LAURENT 30:22.05
13 BELTRAN Sébastien 30:38.36
14 BRI HIRT HASSAN 30:54.28
15 CHEKHEMANI RACHID 30:57.86
18 HAUSS DAVID 31:37.36
23 DAUBORT BRICE 32:15.58
25 RAPHAEL AURELIEN 32:40.09