|Born||24 March 1967 (age 51)|
Vitry-sur-Seine, Val-de-Marne, France
Franck Badiou (born 24 March 1967) is a French former sports shooter, Olympic medallist and coach. He won silver medal in the 10 metre air rifle at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. He was also European Champion in the same discipline in 1993.
After retiring from competition, Badiou was a coach for the French Shooting Federation for eight years. In 2005 he started working for the French biathlon team, preparing the squad's rifles. In 2016, he was appointed as the men's team's shooting coach. Badiou stepped down from the role in 2018, being succeeded by Patrick Favre.
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