Mathilde Andraud

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Mathilde Andraud
ETCH 2015 Cheboksary — Matilde Andraud.JPG
Personal information
Nationality  France
Born 28 April 1989 (1989-04-28) (age 29)
Event(s) javelin throw

Mathilde Andraud (born on the 28 April 1989 in Montpellier) is a French athlete who is a specialist in the javelin throw.

She was French junior champion in 2008, then Under-21 champion in 2011. She won five national titles in the javelin at the French Athletics Championships, in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

She set a personal best of 59.80 m (196 ft 2 14 in) on 18 July 2014 in Monaco, but this distance did not reach the minimum distance (60 m) to participate in the Zurich European Championships. In 2015, she improved her personal best under disastrous weather conditions disastrous to 60.60 m (198 ft 9 34 in). However, she missed qualifying for the World championships in Beijing by 40 centimetres.

At the end of the 2016 season, she quit her coach, Magali Brisseault, to train at Montpellier with Jean-Yves Cochand and at Offenbourg with Werner Daniels, the coach of the legendary Christina Obergföll.[1]

International competitions

Year Competition Venue Position Notes
2010 European Team Championships Bergen, Norway 10th 48.54 m
2014 European Cup throws Leiria, Portugal 9th 54.75 m
2015 European Cup throws Leiria, Portugal 5th 58.75 m
European Team Championships Cheboksary, Russia 11th 52.93 m
2016 Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 24th (q) 56.61 m

National titles


Event Performance Location Date
Javelin Throw 63.54m (NR)


Halle 21 May 2016


  1. ^ "Mathilde Andraud, entre Montpellier et l'Allemagne" (in French). Retrieved 24 September 2016.
  2. ^ "Record de France pour Mathilde Andraud au javelot". L' (in French). Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  • Mathilde Andraud at IAAF

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