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Delphine Combe
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FranceFrance France
World championships
bronze 1997 Athens 4 × 100 m
European championships
gold 2002 Munich 4 × 100 m

Delphine Combe (born December 6, 1974 in Aubenas ) is a former French sprinter , who mainly competed in the 100-meter run and achieved her greatest successes with the French 4-by-100-meter relay .


She started at the World Athletics Championships in 1995 in Gothenburg over 100 m and reached the quarter-finals there. In 1996 she won the French championship in the 200-meter run and was nominated for the French 4 x 100 meter relay at the Olympic Games in Atlanta . Combe was only used in the qualifying round, and the season finished sixth in the finals without her.

At the World Athletics Championships in Athens in 1997 , she won the bronze medal with the relay. Behind the teams from the USA and Jamaica , the French quartet ran a national record in the line-up of Patricia Girard , Christine Arron , Delphine Combe and Sylviane Félix with a time of 42.41 s. Combe also competed in the 100-meter run in Athens, but was eliminated here in the first lap.

In 2002 she won the relay gold medal at the European Championships in Munich . In the line-up of Delphine Combe, Muriel Hurtis , Sylviane Félix, Odiah Sidibé, the French women beat the seasons from Germany and Russia in 42.46 s . In the 100-meter run Combe reached the semi-finals in Munich.

Delphine Combe is 1.68 m tall and weighed 59 kg when she was active.

Top performances

  • 100 m: 11.35 s, July 24, 2002, Castres
  • 200 m: 23.27 s, July 20, 2002, Bron

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. French Championships