Synonyms for taillepierre or Related words with taillepierre

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Examples of "taillepierre"
Karl Taillepierre (born 13 August 1976 in Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe) is a French triple jumper.
His personal best is 17.38 metres, achieved in July 2006 in Tomblaine. This result places him fourth on the all-time French performers list, only behind Serge Hélan and Karl Taillepierre.
At the end of 2009, Girard and her companion Karl Taillepierre created a high-level group of athletes which she trained at the Combs-la-Ville track. This group named "Team Patricia Girard"
Among these athletes are: Cindy Billaud (since October 2014), Alice Decaux (up to 2011), Adrianna Lamalle (up to 2012), Gnima Faye (up to 2012), Reina-Flor Okori, Rosvitha Okou, , Karl Taillepierre, , Pascal Martinot-Lagarde, , Mohamed Koné, Ronald Pognon and Leslie Djhone (since October 2014).
Born in Paris, France, Teddy Tamgho became interested in athletics as a young boy growing up in the commune of Sevran. He began representing Dynamic Aulnay Club in triple jump competitions from the age of 13. His first international championships appearance came at the 2007 European Junior Championships and he just missed out on the podium, taking fourth, but still managed a personal best jump of 16.35 m. At the end of 2007, in Eaubonne, he set a new national junior record of 16.53 m. He registered a mark of 16.94 metres to win his first French National Indoor Championships senior triple jump title on 16 February 2008 in Bordeaux — a jump which made him the second best junior triple jumper indoors of all time internationally, just behind Volker Mai. Tamgho stated that his run-up speed was his strong point and that his success was a result of working with his coach, Jean-Hervé Stievenart, and training partners Karl Taillepierre and Benjamin Compaoré.