Frédéric Belaubre

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Fred Belaubre, silver medalist, ahead of gold medalist Vincent Luis in Quarteira, 2011.
Fred Belaubre winning gold at the FITRI Triathlon in Andora, 2010.
Fred Belaubre with the Andora silver medalist and teammate Aurélien Raphael, 2010.

Fred (Frédéric) Belaubre (born 14 February 1980 in Poissy), is a French professional triathlete. He was the European Champion of the years 2005, 2006, and 2008, the French Champion of the years 2007 and 2010. Belaubre took part in two Olympic Games, placing 5th in Athens (2004) and 10th in Beijing (2008).

Sports career[edit]

Fred Belaubre lives in St. Raphael and is part of the nearby high performance centre CREPS PACA in Boulouris, to which he was admitted in 1996. Since 2009, as in the years 2006-2007, his coach has been Pierre Houseaux, the head of the triathlon section of the Pôle Boulouris. In France, Fred Belaubre represents the club Beauvais Triathlon, for which he could win the silver medal in the prestigious Club Championship Series Lyonnaise des Eaux in 2009.[1] In 2010, Belaubre also represented EJOT in the German Bundesliga circuit.[2] In 2011, when his French club Beauvais will boycott the French Club Championship series Lyonnaise des Eaux, he will again represent EJOT, like his teammate Charlotte Morel.

Private[edit]

According to French press reports, Fred Belaubre and Charlotte Morel, who is also part of the elite centre CREPS PACA in Boulouris and the elite team of Beauvais, are a couple.[3]

Fred Belaubre's father, Georges Belaubre, is also a well-known triathlete and in 2010, at the age of 66, he won the national championships in his age group (V6).[4]

ITU Competitions[edit]

Fred Belaubre started to take part in ITU events in 1999, at the age of 19. In 2000 he could win the gold medal at the Junior World Championships. From 2001 on, he has only taken part in elite competitions.

In April 2011, Belaubre opened the new season with two European Cup silver medals. In the twelve years from 1999 to 2010 Belaubre took part in 58 ITU competitions and achieved 28 top ten positions, the most recent of which in 2009.

The following list is based upon the official rankings and the athlete's ITU Profile Page.[5] Unless indicated otherwise, the following events are triathlons (Olympic Distance) and belong to the Elite category.

Date Competition Place Rank
1999-07-03 European Championships (Junior) Funchal 4
1999-09-12 World Championships (Junior) Montreal 5
2000-04-30 World Championships (Junior) Perth 1
2000-07-08 European Championships (Junior) Stein 2
2001-04-28 World Cup St Anthonys 4
2001-05-13 World Cup Rennes 15
2001-07-22 World Championships Edmonton 21
2002-04-27 World Cup St. Petersburg 6
2002-09-21 World Cup Nice 7
2002-10-13 World Cup Madeira 12
2002-11-09 World Championships Cancun 27
2003-04-26 World Cup St Anthonys 4
2003-06-21 European Championships Carlsbad 10
2003-08-10 World Cup New York 27
2003-09-12 World Cup Nice 29
2003-10-19 World Cup Madeira 35
2003-12-06 World Championships Queenstown 8
2004-04-18 European Championships Valencia 15
2004-05-09 World Championships Madeira 26
2004-08-25 Olympic Games Athens 5
2004-09-19 World Cup Madrid 1
2005-06-05 World Cup Madrid 29
2005-07-31 World Cup Salford 1
2005-08-20 European Championships Lausanne 1
2005-09-10 World Championships Gamagori 5
2005-09-17 OSIM World Cup Beijing 2
2006-06-04 BG World Cup Madrid 5
2006-06-23 European Championships Autun 1
2006-07-09 BG World Cup Edmonton 4
2006-08-13 BG World Cup Tiszaújváros 57
2006-09-02 World Championships Lausanne 3
2006-09-09 BG World Cup Hamburg 46
2006-09-24 BG World Cup Beijing 1
2006-11-05 BG World Cup Cancun 55
2007-06-29 European Championships Copenhagen 7
2007-07-22 BG World Cup Kitzbühel 2
2007-08-11 BG World Cup Tiszaújváros 3
2007-08-30 BG World Championships Hamburg 40
2007-09-15 BG World Cup Beijing 9
2008-04-13 BG World Cup Ishigaki 17
2008-05-10 European Championships Lisbon 1
2008-06-05 BG World Championships Vancouver 21
2008-08-18 Olympic Games Beijing 10
2008-09-27 BG World Cup Lorient 39
2009-04-05 European Cup Quarteira 17
2009-05-02 Dextro Energy World Championships Series Tongyeong 26
2009-07-02 European Championships Holten 4
2009-07-11 Dextro Energy World Championship Series Kitzbühel 22
2009-08-15 Dextro Energy World Championship Series London 44
2009-09-09 Dextro Energy World Championship Series · Grand Final Gold Coast 15
2009-10-25 Premium European Cup Alanya 48
2010-04-11 Dextro Energy World Championship Series Sydney 18
2010-05-08 Dextro Energy World Championship Series Seoul 44
2010-06-05 Dextro Energy World Championship Series Madrid 33
2010-07-25 Dextro Energy World Championship Series London 30
2010-08-14 Dextro Energy World Championship Series Kitzbuhel 38
2010-08-21 Sprint World Championship Lausanne DQ
2010-09-08 Dextro Energy World Championship Series · Grand Final Budapest 25
2011-04-03 European Cup Antalya 2
2011-04-09 European Cup Quarteira 2

BG = the sponsor British Gas · DNF = did not finish · DNS = did not start · DQ = disqualified

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ See http://www.ipitos.com/images/resultats/pdf/pdf_108_334.pdf. Retrieved 2 May 2010.
  2. ^ See http://www.tvg-buschhuetten.de/ejot-2010/kader2010/belaubre.html. Retrieved 12 December 2012.
  3. ^ E.g. http://www.leparisien.fr/oise-60/il-est-fou-d-ordinateur-19-08-2008-154511.php, http://www.leparisien.fr/abo-oise/frederic-belaubre-et-charlotte-morel-au-triple-galop-14-02-2009-410465.php or http://www.leparisien.fr/beauvais-60000/charlotte-morel-reste-a-beauvais-16-11-2010-1151531.php. Retrieved 28 November 2010.
  4. ^ See Triathlète nr. 279, Juillet 2010, p. 63.
  5. ^ See http://archive.triathlon.org/zpg/zresults-ath-dtl.php?id=Mzg=. Retrieved 5 February 2011.