|Born||20 May 1965|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||100m : 10.16(Tours 1989)
200m : 20.43(Dijon 1991)
Bruno Marie-Rose (born 20 May 1965, in Bordeaux) is a retired sprinter from France . He was a member of the French team which set a world record in the 4 x 100 metres relay in 1990 with a time of 37.79 seconds to win the gold medal at the European Championships. He also set a world indoor record for 200 metres in 1987 with a time of 20.36 seconds to win the gold medal at the European Indoor Championships. He earned a silver medal at the 1991 World Championships and a bronze medal at the 1988 Olympic Games as a member of French 4 × 100 m relay teams.
In 1987, Marie-Rose set a world indoor record of 20.36 seconds in the 200 m to win the gold medal at the European Indoor Championships in Liévin. (The time was subsequently bettered, however it remains the French national indoor record.) Marie-Rose also won the 200 m silver medal at the 1987 World Indoor Championships in Indianapolis.
At the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Marie-Rose won a bronze medal in the 4 × 100 m relay with his teammates Gilles Quénéhervé, Daniel Sangouma and Max Morinière. Marie-Rose also reached the final of the 200 m at the games, finishing in eighth place.
At the 1990 European Championships in Split, the French 4 × 100 m relay team of Morinière, Sangouma, Jean-Charles Trouabal and Marie-Rose set a world record of 37.79 seconds to win the gold medal. (The record was bettered the following year by the United States.) Marie-Rose also reached the final of the 100 metres at the championships, where he finished fourth.
At the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo, Marie-Rose was a member of the French team which won the silver medal in the 4 × 100 m relay.
Marie-Rose is a former French indoor record holder over 60 metres with a time of 6.56 seconds.
|1986||European Indoor Championships||Madrid, Spain||3rd||60 m||6.65|
|European Championships||Stuttgart, West Germany||3rd||100m||10.21 (-0.1 m/s)|
|13th (sf)||200m||20.97 (0.0 m/s)|
|4th||4 × 100 m relay||38.81|
|1987||European Indoor Championships||Liévin, France||1st||200 m||20.36 (WR)|
|World Indoor Championships||Indianapolis, United States||2nd||200 m||20.89|
|Universiade||Zagreb, Yugoslavia||3rd||100 m||10.25|
|1988||Olympic Games||Seoul, South Korea||8th||200 m||20.58|
|3rd||4 × 100 m relay||38.40|
|1989||European Indoor Championships||The Hague, Netherlands||3rd||200 m||21.14|
|Jeux de la Francophonie||Casablanca, Morocco||2nd||100 m||10.18|
|1990||European Indoor Championships||Glasgow, United Kingdom||5th||60 m||6.66|
|European Championships||Split, Yugoslavia||4th||100m||10.10 w (+2.2 m/s)|
|19th (h)||200m||21.46 w (+2.4 m/s)|
|1st||4 × 100 m relay||37.79 (WR)|
|1991||World Championships||Tokyo, Japan||2nd||4 × 100 m relay||37.87|
- Men's 4 x 100m. Relay. World Record Progression - Sporting Heroes