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Mireille Cayre

Biographical information

TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
SexFemale
Full nameMireille•Cayre (-Bernadot)
Used nameMireille•Cayre
Born2 April 1947 in Moulins, Allier (FRA)
Died16 November 2019 in Clermont-Ferrand, Puy-de-Dôme (FRA)
Measurements159 cm / 51 kg
AffiliationsChoisy-le-Roy
NOC(s) France

Biography

Mireille Cayre was a French gymnast who competed at the 1968 and 1972 Olympic Games. She also participated at the 1966 World Championships in Dortmund. She later served gymnastics in several roles, working as a judge at the Olympics and other international competitions, and also as a sports administrator.

Cayre served as regional technical director on the Marne island from 1975-81. From 1975-78 she was commissioned in gym dance studies at the Paris Opera, and she then became a director in the Drôme-Ardèche from 1981-86. She was technical director in Auvergne from 1986-88, charged primarily with preparing juniors for the European Championships. Cayre stayed in Auvergne as a director from 1988-94, and then from 1994-2009 was technical director of the Central French Zone, before retiring at the end of 2009. In 2002, Cayre received the Gold Medal of Youth and Sports.

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) Event Status Team Pos Representing 2nd NOC As
1968 Summer Olympics Artistic Gymnastics (Gymnastics) Individual All-Around, Women Olympic =40 FRA Mireille Cayre
  Team All-Around, Women Olympic France 7
  Floor Exercise, Women Olympic =38 r1/2
  Horse Vault, Women Olympic 23 r1/2
  Uneven Bars, Women Olympic =69 r1/2
  Balance Beam, Women Olympic =43 r1/2
1972 Summer Olympics Artistic Gymnastics (Gymnastics) Individual All-Around, Women Olympic 53 r1/2 FRA Mireille Cayre
  Team All-Around, Women Olympic France 15
  Floor Exercise, Women Olympic =28 r1/1
  Horse Vault, Women Olympic =61 r1/1
  Uneven Bars, Women Olympic =58 r1/1
  Balance Beam, Women Olympic =54 r1/1