Laure Manaudou (Swimmer), born on October 9, 1986 in Villeurbanne, Rhône, France. Laure Manaudou's age 31 years & Zodiac Sign Libra, nationality French (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Laure Manaudou?
Laure Manaudou Bio
Laure Manaudou Height
5 ft 0 in (180 cm/)
|Height & Weight|
|Height (in Feet-Inches)||5 ft 0 in|
|Height (in Centimeters)||180 cm|
|Height (in Meters)|
|Weight (in Kilograms)||64 kg|
|Weight (in Pounds)||141 lbs|
Laure Manaudou Body Measurements
Laure Manaudou's full body measurements are .
Laure Manaudou FAQs
Why did Laure Manaudou retire?
France’s Laure Manaudou has retired from swimming at the age of 22 despite being considered her country’s greatest swimmer. The former Olympic, world and European champion cited the split with her coach Philippe Lucas in May 2007 as one of the principal reasons behind her decision. “It’s decided.
How long was Laure Manaudou a swimmer for?
Full Name:Laure ManaudouVilleurbaunne, FranceNationality:FranceStatus:Retired
Who is the most famous French swimmer?
With an HPI of 50.11, Camille Muffat is the most famous French Swimmer. Her biography has been translated into 38 different languages on wikipedia. Camille Muffat (French pronunciation: [ka. mij myfa]; 28 October 1989 – 9 March 2015) was a French swimmer and three-time Olympic medalist.
Where was Laure Manaudou born?
Laure Manaudou is a retired French Olympic, world and European champion swimmer. She has held the world record in freestyle events between 200 and 1500 meter. She is the daughter of a French father and a Dutch mother, and she is the older sister of Florent Manaudou who is also an Olympic gold medalist swimmer. She won the gold medal in the women’s 400-meter freestyle at the 2004 Athens Olympics. It was France’s first gold medal ever in women’s swimming and the first swimming gold medal won by a French athlete since Jean Boiteux’s victory in the 400-meter men’s freestyle event at Helsinki in 1952. Manaudou won the silver medal in the women’s 800-meter freestyle at the Athens Olympics. In that race, she had a quick start but was passed down the stretch by Ai Shibata of Japan. She also won the bronze medal in the women’s 100-meter backstroke, thus becoming only the second Frenchwoman to win three medals in a single Olympic Games, Summer or Winter. The first one was the track and field athlete Micheline Ostermeyer in London in 1948. Manaudou was by far the best swimmer on the French team, but she did not have the team support to win a medal in the women’s 4×200 m freestyle relay.Read Full Biography Wikipedia