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Anne Briand-Bouthiaux

Biographical information

Medals OG
Gold 1
Silver 1
Bronze 1
Total 3
TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
SexFemale
Full nameAnne•Briand-Bouthiaux
Used nameAnne•Briand-Bouthiaux
Born2 June 1968 in Mulhouse, Haut-Rhin (FRA)
Measurements174 cm / 52 kg
AffiliationsSM Veynois
NOC France

Biography

Anne Briand-Bouthiaux won three Olympic biathlon medals, highlighted by the gold in the relay at Albertville in 1992. She was also a seven-time medalist at the World Championships, winning golds in the team event in 1993 and in the 10 km in 1995. To this she added five silvers, three in the relay (1993, 1995-96) and two in the team event (1995-96). At the World Cup, Briand-Bouthiaux was overall champion for the 1994-95 season. She had 12 podiums in World Cup events, including six victories with three silvers and three bronzes.

During her ski career Briand-Bouthiaux continued to study veterinary medicine at l’École nationale vétérinaire de Lyon, graduating in 1993. She later obtained a degree in nutrition in 1997. Beginning in 1999, she worked as a Research Officer at the National Institute of Agronomic Research (INRA) in Grignon.

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1992 Winter Olympics Biathlon FRA Anne Briand
7.5 kilometres Sprint, Women (Olympic) 7
15 kilometres, Women (Olympic) 19
3 × 7.5 kilometres Relay, Women (Olympic) France 1 Gold
1994 Winter Olympics Biathlon FRA Anne Briand-Bouthiaux
7.5 kilometres Sprint, Women (Olympic) 30
15 kilometres, Women (Olympic) 2 Silver
4 × 7.5 kilometres Relay, Women (Olympic) France 3 Bronze
1998 Winter Olympics Biathlon FRA Anne Briand-Bouthiaux
7.5 kilometres Sprint, Women (Olympic) 54
15 kilometres, Women (Olympic) 20

Other participations

Games Role NOC As
1994 Winter Olympics Flagbearer at the Opening Ceremony FRA Anne Briand-Bouthiaux

Olympic family relations

Special Notes