France at the 2015 European Games

France participated at the 2015 European Games, in Baku, Azerbaijan from 12 to 28 June 2015.[2]

France at the
2015 European Games
Flag of France.svg
IOC codeFRA
NOCFrench National Olympic and Sports Committee
Websitewww.franceolympique.com
in Baku, Azerbaijan
12 – 28 June 2015
Competitors250
Flag bearerCéline Goberville[1]
Medals
Ranked 5th
Gold
12
Silver
13
Bronze
18
Total
43
European Games appearances (overview)

MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Sport Event Date
  Gold Emily Thouy Karate Women's 55 kg 13 June
  Gold Lucie Ignace Karate Women's 61 kg 13 June
  Gold Gwladys Épangue Taekwondo Women's + 67 kg 19 June
  Gold Valérian Sauveplane Shooting Men's 50m Rifle 3 Positions 21 June
  Gold Nicolas D'Oriano Swimming Men's 1500m freestyle 24 June
  Gold Ivan Trevejo Fencing Men's Individual Epee 24 June
  Gold Nicolas D'Oriano Swimming Men's 800m freestyle 26 June
  Gold Ivan Trevejo
Yannick Borel
Ronan Gustin
Daniel Jerent
Fencing Men's Team Epee 27 June
  Gold Emilie Andeol Judo Women's +78 kg 27 June
  Gold Joris Daudet Cycling Men's BMX 28 June
  Gold Pierre Duprat
Alexandre Iddir
Loic Korval
David Larose
Cyrille Maret
Loic Pietri
Florent Urani
Judo Men's Team 28 June
  Gold Clarisse Agbegnenou
Emilie Andeol
Laetitia Blot
Gevrise Emane
Annabelle Euranie
Marie Eve Gahie
Madeleine Malonga
Automne Pavia
Judo Women's Team 28 June
  Silver Steven Da Costa Karate Men's 67 kg 13 June
  Silver Sandy Scordo Karate Women's kata 14 June
  Silver Adrien Mattenet
Simon Gauzy
Emmanuel Lebesson
Table tennis Men's team 15 June
  Silver Laurence Brize Karate Women's 50 metre rifle three positions 19 June
  Silver Marine Jurbert
Joëlle Vallez
Gymnastics Women's trampoline synchronized 21 June
  Silver Loïc Korval Judo Men's 66 kg 25 June
  Silver Annabelle Euranie Judo Women's 52 kg 25 June
  Silver Pauline Mahieu Swimming Women's 50 m backstroke 26 June
  Silver Gaëlle Gebet
Julie Huin
Chloé Jubenot
Jéromine Mpah Njanga
Fencing Women's team foil 26 June
  Silver Sofiane Oumiha Boxing Men's 60 kg 27 June
  Silver Estelle Mossely Boxing Women's 60 kg 27 June
  Silver Audrey Fontaine
Gaetan Mittelheisser
Badminton Mixed doubles 28 June
  Silver Magalie Pottier Cycling Women's BMX 28 June
  Bronze Alexandra Recchia Karate Women's 50 kg 13 June
  Bronze Tarik Belmadani Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 59 kg 13 June
  Bronze Melonin Noumonvi Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 98 kg 13 June
  Bronze Cyrille Carre Canoe sprint Men's K1 5000m 16 June
  Bronze Alexis Jandard Diving Men's 10 metre platform 21 June
  Bronze Sarah Loko Sambo Women's 64 kg 22 June
  Bronze Celine Conde Sambo Women's −68 kg 22 June
  Bronze Anthony Terras
Lucie Anastassiou
Shooting Mixed Skeet 22 June
  Bronze Nolwenn Herve Swimming Women's 50 m breaststroke 23 June
  Bronze Daniel Jerent Fencing Men's épée 24 June
  Bronze Pauline Mahieu Swimming Women's 100 m backstroke 24 June
  Bronze Matthias Marsau Swimming Men's 200 m butterfly 25 June
  Bronze Jean-Paul Tony-Hélissey Fencing Men's foil 25 June
  Bronze Margaux Rifkiss Fencing Women's sabre 25 June
  Bronze Tony Yoka Boxing Men's +91 kg 26 June
  Bronze Loïc Pietri Judo Men's 81 kg 26 June
  Bronze Clarisse Agbegnenou Judo Women's 63 kg 26 June
  Bronze Cyrille Maret Judo Men's 100 kg 27 June

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ArcheryEdit

France has qualified for three quota places in both the men's and the women's archery events at the Games, and as a result has also qualified for the team events.

Athlete Event Ranking round Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final / BM
Score Seed Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Rank
Pierre Plihon Men's individual 673 6 Furnes
 
W 6–2
Weiss
 
W 6–4
Slater
 
W 6–5
van den Berg
 
L 3–7
Did not advance 5
Lucas Daniel 672 8 Vengerov
 
W 6–0
Tsynguev
 
W 7–3
Habjan Malavašič
 
W 6–0
Naploszek
 
L 0–6
Did not advance 5
Jean-Charles Valladont 658 25 Tsynguev
 
L 4–6
Did not advance 33
Laura Ruggieri Women's individual 640 14 der Kinderen
 
W 6–4
Marin
 
L 5–6
Did not advance 17
Berengere Schuh 640 15 Mayrhofer-Gritsch
 
W 6–0
Deden
 
W 6–4
Jager
 
L 4–6
Did not advance 9
Solenne Thomas 618 43 Marusava
 
L 3–7
Did not advance 33
Pierre Plihon
Lucas Daniel
Jean-Charles Valladont
Men's team 2003 3 Bye Germany
 
W 5–3
Spain
 
L 4–5
Netherlands
 
L 3–5
4
Laura Ruggieri
Berengere Schuh
Solenne Thomas
Women's team 1898 7 Turkey
 
W 6–2
Russia
 
L 3–5
Did not advance 5
Laura Ruggieri
Pierre Plihon
Mixed team 1313 6 Spain
 
L 3–5
Did not advance 9

GymnasticsEdit

AerobicEdit

France has a total of six athletes after the performance at the 2013 Aerobic Gymnastics European Championships.[4][5] One gymnast from pairs must compete in the group making the total athletes to 6.

  • Pairs – 1 pair of 2 athletes
  • Groups – 1 team of 5 athletes

ArtisticEdit

  • Women's – 3 quota places

RhythmicEdit

France has qualified one athlete after the performance at the 2013 Rhythmic Gymnastics European Championships.[6]

  • Individual – 1 quota place

TrampolineEdit

France qualified two athletes based on the results at the 2014 European Trampoline Championships. The gymnasts will compete in both the individual and the synchronized event.

  • Men's – 2 quota place
  • Women's – 2 quota places

JudoEdit

Men
Women

TriathlonEdit

ReferencesEdit

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