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Astrid
GUYART
Fie ranking
28
FRANCE
Age
35
17.03.1983
Weapon
  • Foil
Handness
Right

Latest competitions

Date Type of competition City (Country) Place
20 July 2018 World Championship
Wuxi (CHINA)
13
17 June 2018 Zone Championships
Novi Sad (SERBIA)
8
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Last opponent
Astrid
GUYART
Emily
MAROTTA
vs
0
0% wins
Rank
28
FRA
1
100% wins
Rank
118
AUS

Future competitions

Date Name of competition Type of competition City (Country) Registration
09.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Amsterdam (NETHERLANDS)
15.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Bratislava (SLOVAKIA)
23.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Bucarest (ROMANIA)
30.09.2018 Tournoi Satellite Satellite
Cancun (MEXICO)

Medal score (Individual only)

Gold Silver Bronze Total
Senior

Future competitions

Date Name of competition Type of competition City (Country) Registration
09.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Amsterdam (NETHERLANDS)
15.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Bratislava (SLOVAKIA)
23.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Bucarest (ROMANIA)

Results

Date Type of competition City (Country) Place
2018-07-20 World Championship
Wuxi (CHINA)
13
2018-06-17 Zone Championships
Novi Sad (SERBIA)
8
2018-05-18 Grand Prix
Shanghai (CHINA)
14
2018-04-27 World Cup
Tauberbischofsheim (GERMANY)
75
2018-02-02 World Cup
Alger (ALGERIA)
19
2017-07-19 World Championship
Leipzig (GERMANY)
5
2017-06-13 Zone Championships
Tbilisi (GEORGIA)
34
2017-05-19 Grand Prix
Shanghai (CHINA)
11
2017-04-28 World Cup
Tauberbischofsheim (GERMANY)
10
2017-03-17 Grand Prix
Long Beach, California (USA)
19
2017-02-03 World Cup
Gdansk (POLAND)
3
2016-12-02 Grand Prix
Turin (ITALY)
9
2016-11-04 World Cup
St-Maur (FRANCE)
18
2016-08-10 Olympic Games
Rio de Janeiro (BRAZIL)
6
2016-06-21 Zone Championships
TORUN (POLAND)
11
2016-06-03 Grand Prix
Shanghai (CHINA)
12
2016-05-20 World Cup
Tauberbischofsheim (GERMANY)
13
2016-03-11 Grand Prix
La Havane (CUBA)
7
2016-02-05 World Cup
Alger (ALGERIA)
12
2016-01-15 World Cup
Gdansk (POLAND)
33
2015-11-27 Grand Prix
Turin (ITALY)
10
2015-11-06 World Cup
St-Maur (FRANCE)
19
2015-10-16 World Cup
Cancun (MEXICO)
8
2015-07-15 World Championship
Moscow (RUSSIA)
18
2015-06-08 Zone Championships
Montreux (SWITZERLAND)
12
2015-05-15 Grand Prix
Shanghai (CHINA)
7
2015-05-01 World Cup
Tauberbischofsheim (GERMANY)
35
2015-03-13 Grand Prix
La Havane (CUBA)
10
2015-01-16 World Cup
Gdansk (POLAND)
1
2014-11-28 Grand Prix
Turin (ITALY)
36
2014-11-07 World Cup
St-Maur (FRANCE)
18
2014-07-16 World Championship
Kazan (RUSSIA)
24
2014-06-07 Zone Championships
Strasbourg (FRANCE)
15
2014-05-23 Grand Prix
Marseille (FRANCE)
19
2014-05-02 World Cup
Shanghai (CHINA)
36
2014-04-26 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
21
2014-03-21 World Cup
Turin (ITALY)
10
2014-03-14 World Cup
Tauberbischofsheim (GERMANY)
35
2014-02-26 World Cup
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
6
2014-02-07 World Cup
Budapest (HUNGARY)
10
2014-01-31 Grand Prix
Gdansk (POLAND)
8
2013-08-05 World Championship
Budapest (HUNGARY)
33
2013-06-16 Zone Championships
Zagreb (CROATIA)
10
2013-05-03 World Cup
Shanghai (CHINA)
33
2013-04-27 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
2
2013-03-22 World Cup
Turin (ITALY)
3
2013-03-08 World Cup
Tauberbischofsheim (GERMANY)
9
2013-03-01 World Cup
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
9
2013-02-08 World Cup
Budapest (HUNGARY)
9
2013-02-01 Grand Prix
Gdansk (POLAND)
2
2012-07-28 Olympic Games
Londres (GREAT BRITAIN)
10
2012-06-15 Zone Championships
Legnano (ITALY)
14
2012-06-03 World Cup
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
3
2012-05-19 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
3
2012-05-04 World Cup
Shanghai (CHINA)
1
2012-04-28 Grand Prix
Marseille (FRANCE)
3
2012-03-23 World Cup
Budapest (HUNGARY)
13
2012-03-09 World Cup
Turin (ITALY)
23
2012-02-24 Grand Prix
Gdansk (POLAND)
23
2012-02-10 World Cup
Tauberbischofsheim (GERMANY)
27
2011-10-09 World Championship
Catania (ITALY)
20
2011-07-14 Zone Championships
Sheffield (GREAT BRITAIN)
18
2011-06-05 World Cup
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
33
2011-05-21 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
10
2011-05-06 World Cup
Shanghai (CHINA)
3
2011-03-25 World Cup
Budapest (HUNGARY)
19
2011-03-11 World Cup
Turin (ITALY)
34
2011-02-25 Grand Prix
Gdansk (POLAND)
18
2011-02-11 World Cup
Tauberbischofsheim (GERMANY)
12
2010-11-05 World Championship
Paris (FRANCE)
9
2010-07-16 Zone Championships
Leipzig (GERMANY)
8
2010-06-19 World Cup
New York (USA)
2
2010-05-21 Grand Prix
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
10
2010-05-07 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
12
2010-05-03 World Cup
Shanghai (CHINA)
13
2010-03-26 Grand Prix
Marseille (FRANCE)
14
2010-03-05 Grand Prix
Turin (ITALY)
46
2010-02-26 Grand Prix
Gdansk (POLAND)
20
2010-02-06 World Cup
Belgrade (SERBIA)
8
2009-10-01 World Championship
Antalya (TURKEY)
8
2009-07-13 Zone Championships
Plovdiv (BULGARIA)
11
2009-06-08 World Cup
La Havane (CUBA)
13
2009-05-22 Grand Prix
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
25
2009-05-15 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
52
2009-03-27 Grand Prix
Marseille (FRANCE)
20
2009-03-14 World Cup
Budapest (HUNGARY)
25
2009-02-27 Grand Prix
Gdansk (POLAND)
6
2009-01-31 World Cup
Salzbourg (AUSTRIA)
10
2008-07-04 Zone Championships
Kiev (UKRAINE)
22
2008-06-11 Grand Prix
La Havane (CUBA)
56
2008-05-16 Grand Prix
Jéju (KOREA)
41
2008-05-09 Grand Prix
Tokyo (JAPAN)
35
2008-03-28 World Cup
Marseille (FRANCE)
27
2008-03-15 World Cup
Budapest (HUNGARY)
47
2008-03-05 Grand Prix
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
69
2008-02-29 Grand Prix
Gdansk (POLAND)
14
2008-02-16 World Cup
Salzbourg (AUSTRIA)
27
2008-02-09 World Cup
Belgrade (SERBIA)
32
2007-05-18 Grand Prix
Tokyo (JAPAN)
63
2007-05-12 World Cup
Shanghai (CHINA)
27
2007-05-04 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
28
2007-03-23 Grand Prix
Marseille (FRANCE)
81
2007-03-09 Grand Prix
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
50
2007-02-17 World Cup
Salzbourg (AUSTRIA)
35
2007-02-10 Non official
Belgrade (SERBIA)
14
2006-06-20 Grand Prix
La Havane (CUBA)
24
2006-06-02 Grand Prix
Marseille (FRANCE)
36
2006-05-19 Grand Prix
Gdansk (POLAND)
51
2006-05-05 World Cup
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
38
2006-03-17 World Cup
Le Caire (EGYPT)
13
2006-03-10 Grand Prix
Tokyo (JAPAN)
61
2006-02-24 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
32
2005-10-08 World Championship
Leipzig (GERMANY)
38
2005-06-17 Grand Prix
Las Vegas (USA)
40
2005-05-28 World Cup
Budapest (HUNGARY)
39
2005-05-14 World Cup
Leipzig (GERMANY)
16
2005-04-29 Grand Prix
Gdansk (POLAND)
40
2005-03-25 Grand Prix
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
40
2005-02-25 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
38
2004-06-12 Grand Prix
New York City, NY (USA)
23
2004-05-29 World Cup
Budapest (HUNGARY)
54
2004-05-15 World Cup
Leipzig (GERMANY)
16
2004-04-30 Grand Prix
Marseille (FRANCE)
40
2004-03-27 World Cup
St-Petersburg (RUSSIA)
53
2004-03-06 Grand Prix
Shanghai (CHINA)
32
2004-01-31 Grand Prix
Come (ITALY)
54
2003-05-24 World Cup
Buenos Aires (ARGENTINA)
33
2003-05-17 World Cup
Leipzig (GERMANY)
60
2003-05-02 Grand Prix
Paris (FRANCE)
46
2003-04-11 World Championship
Trapani (ITALY)
7
2003-03-08 World Cup
Athènes (GREECE)
42
2003-02-16 World Cup
Lyon (FRANCE)
1
2003-02-02 World Cup
Waldkirch (GERMANY)
13
2002-12-14 World Cup
St-Petersbourg (RUSSIA)
39
2002-12-07 World Cup
Leszno (POLAND)
3
2002-10-27 World Cup
Pistoia (ITALY)
35
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Ranking

Season Ranking Points
Senior
2018/2019 28 58.0
2017/2018 28 − 17 58.0
2016/2017 11 − 3 93.0
2015/2016 8 + 4 121.0
2014/2015 12 + 5 94.0
2013/2014 17 − 8 79.0
2012/2013 9 − 4 131.0
2011/2012 5 + 14 156.0
2010/2011 19 − 8 66.0
2009/2010 11 + 5 148.0
2008/2009 16 + 38 114.0
2007/2008 54 + 26 44.0
2006/2007 80 − 33 30.0
2005/2006 47 + 7 36.0
2004/2005 54 − 6 30.0
2003/2004 48 + 39 28.0
2002/2003 87 11.0
Junior
2002/2003 7 90.0
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Information

Further Personal Information

Residence Boulogne-Billancourt, FRA
Occupation Athlete, Author, Engineer
Languages English, French
Higher education Engineering - EPF Engineering School: Sceaux, FRA

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? She began fencing at age five at the Sports Union Le Vesinet [USV] in France. Her first coach Gerard Rousseau, who passed away in 2009, trained her for over 20 years.
Why this sport? "My mother and I would accompany my brother Brice to training at Le Vesinet. As a small child I liked to touch everything, so I would play with the foils and one day an instructor asked me if I wanted to train too. I chose foil simply because that was all that was offered at the club. At about age eight I discovered the emotion of winning. All these years later, it's that same feeling that still drives me."
Club / Team Melun Val de Seine: France
Name of coach Emeric Clos [national], FRA
Handedness Right

General Interest

Hobbies Sport, politics, cooking, travel, fishing. (Facebook profile, 22 May 2018)
Most influential person in career Her first coach Gerard Rousseau. (escrime-ffe.fr, 14 May 2011)
Injuries After an injury to her right hip in April 2007, she was forced to change her style. "To preserve my front leg and not find myself unable to walk at age 40, I was forced to adopt small feints rather than large ones. Thankfully I was eventually able to turn this source of constraint of movement around, so that today I have a fulfilled, liberated and free experience when fencing." (francetv.fr, 01 Dec 2010)
Sporting philosophy / motto "In everything I do, regardless of the situation, I give 150%." (sports.fr, 07 Nov 2010)
Famous relatives Her brother Brice has represented France in fencing. He won team foil gold at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney and individual gold in foil at the 2004 Games in Athens. (SportsDeskOnline, 24 Jun 2015; escrime-ffe.fr, 14 May 2011)
Ambitions To win a medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (sportmag.fr, 16 Feb 2018)
Other information OCCUPATION
She works as an aeronautical and aerospace engineer and has been involved in the design of spatial vehicles, mainly rockets. She has worked on structure design and interior organisation of the Ariane 6 launch vehicle developed by the European Space Agency. In 2017 she stopped training for six months in order to focus on her job. "I was not able to combine both and I decided to focus more on my job because I had already made a commitment. [Having a profession and a sporting career] is good when you are young and the professional responsibilities are fewer. But with time you do not recover as well." (sportmag.fr, 16 Feb 2018; crescendo-blog.fr, 15 Jan 2017)

AUTHOR
In 2017 she released a collection of children's books called, 'Les incroyables rencontres de Jo' [The Amazing Encounters of Jo] to pass on her passion for sport and its values to younger generations. She was inspired to write the novels, whose main character 'Jo' was named after the Olympic Games ['Jeux Olympiques' in French], by her niece. "I wanted to give her a sports book, but as I could not find one I decided to write it myself." (leparisien.fr, 02 Mar 2017; sportmag.fr, 16 Feb 2018; Le Parisien Week-End, 04 May 2018)

OTHER ACTIVITIES
She is a member of the Athletes' Commission for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. (leparisien.fr, 12 Apr 2018)
Awards and honours She was named a Knight of the National Order of Merit in 2017. (La Republique de Seinte-et-Marne pressreader.com, 26 Jun 2017)
Last opponent
Astrid
GUYART
Emily
MAROTTA
vs
0
0% wins
Rank
28
FRA
1
100% wins
Rank
118
AUS
History
  • Championnats du Monde (Wuxi) 2018-07-20 - CHM - S - F
    GUYART Astrid MAROTTA Emily
    4 5

OPPONENTS (FROM 2006)

Name Nationality Victories - Defeats
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