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Daniel Sangouma

Daniel Sangouma
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Born 7 February 1965
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Daniel Sangouma (born 7 February 1965 in Saint-Denis, Réunion) is a retired French sprinter who specialized in the 100 and 200 metres.


At the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, he won a bronze medal in the 4x100 metres relay with his team mates Bruno Marie-Rose, Gilles Quenehervé and Max Morinière.

At the 1990 European Championships in Split the French team of Morinière, Sangouma, Jean-Charles Trouabal and Marie-Rose improved the world record to 37.79 seconds. The record stood less than one year, as the United States team ran in 37.67 seconds at the Weltklasse Zurich meet.[1] With 10.02 seconds Sangouma is also a former French record holder in the 100 metres.


Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing  France
1985 European Indoor Championships Piraeus, Greece 4th 200 m[2]
1986 European Indoor Championships Madrid, Spain 4th 200 m[3]
1988 European Indoor Championships Budapest, Hungary 6th 200 m[4]
Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea 3rd 4 x 100 m relay
1989 World Cup Barcelona, Spain 3rd 100 m[5]
Jeux de la Francophonie Casablanca, Morocco 1st 100 m
1st 200 m
1st 4x100 m
1990 European Championships Split, Yugoslavia 2nd 100 m
1st 4 x 100 m relay
1991 World Championships Tokyo, Japan 2nd 4 x 100 m relay
1992 European Indoor Championships Genoa, Italy 5th 60 m[6]
2nd 200 m[7]
1993 Mediterranean Games Narbonne, France 3rd 100 m[8]
1st 200 m[8]
1994 European Indoor Championships Paris, France 5th 60 m[9]
1st 200 m[10]
European Championships Helsinki, Finland 1st 4 x 100 m relay


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