Chantal Réga

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Chantal Réga
Personal information
Born August 7, 1955

Chantal Réga (born August 7, 1955 in Nîmes) is a retired track and field sprinter and hurdler from France, best known for winning the bronze medal in the women's 400 m hurdles at the 1982 European Championships. A two-time Olympian (1976 and 1980) she won a total number of fifteen national titles during the 1970s and early 1980s.

International[edit]

International Results
Date Competition Location Result Event
1976 Montreal Olympic Games Montréal 8th 200m
1977 Indoor European Championships Saint-Sébastien 4th 60m
1978 Indoor European Championships Milan 6th 60m
European Championships Prague 7th 100m
5th 200m
1979 Mediterranean Games Split 1st 100m
1st 4 × 100m
World Cup of Nations Montréal 1st 4 × 100m
1980 Moscow Olympic Games Moscow 7th 100m
5th 4 × 100m
1982 European Championships Athens 3rd 400m hurdles

National Championships[edit]

  • Champion of France at 100m in 1976, 1978, 1979 and 1980
  • Champion of France at 200m in 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979 and 1980
  • Champion of France at 100m hurdles in 1974 and 1975
  • Champion of France at 400m hurdles in 1982
  • Champion of France at 60m Indoors in 1977
  • Champion of France at 200m Indoors in 1982
  • Champion of France at 60m hurdles Indoors in 1975

References[edit]

  • Siukonen, Markku; Ahola, Matti (1990), Sporttikustannus Oy, ed., Suuri EM-kirja, pp. 137–138, 149, ISBN 951-8920-11-7 
  • Wallechinsky, David (1988), The Complete Book of the Olympics, pp. 137, 139, 152, ISBN 0-14-010771-1 
  • Fédération Française d'Athlétisme, ed. (2003), Docathlé 2003 (in French), pp. 39, 41, 119, 178, 216, 428, ISBN 2-9512343-3-3 

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