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Ivan
TREVEJO
FRANCE
Age
45
01.09.1971
Weapon
  • Epée
Handness
Left
Olympic games (Senior Individual Medals)
1
Silver

Latest competitions

Date Type of competition City (Country) Place
20 May 2016 World Cup
Paris (FRANCE)
32
18 March 2016 Grand Prix
Budapest (HUNGARY)
119
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Last opponent
Ivan
TREVEJO
Marcel
BAS
vs
1
50% wins
Rank
103
FRA
1
50% wins
Rank
281
POL

Future competitions

Date Name of competition Type of competition City (Country) Registration
25.07.2017 Championnats du Monde World Championship
Leipzig (GERMANY)
20.08.2017 2017 Summer Universiades Non official
Taipei (CHINESE TAIPEI)
20.08.2017 2017 Summer Universiades Non official
Taipei (CHINESE TAIPEI)
21.08.2017 South East Asian Games Non official
Kuala Lumpur (MALAYSIA)

Medal score (Individual only)

Gold Silver Bronze Total
Senior

Future competitions

Date Name of competition Type of competition City (Country) Registration
25.07.2017 Championnats du Monde World Championship
Leipzig (GERMANY)
20.08.2017 2017 Summer Universiades Non official
Taipei (CHINESE TAIPEI)
20.08.2017 2017 Summer Universiades Non official
Taipei (CHINESE TAIPEI)

Results

Date Type of competition City (Country) Place
2016-05-20 World Cup
Paris (FRANCE)
32
2016-03-18 Grand Prix
Budapest (HUNGARY)
119
2016-02-12 World Cup
Vancouver (CANADA)
58
2016-01-21 World Cup
Heidenheim (GERMANY)
47
2015-12-04 Grand Prix
Doha (QATAR)
73
2015-11-13 World Cup
Tallin (ESTONIA)
32
2015-10-23 World Cup
Berne (SWITZERLAND)
32
2015-06-24 Non official
Baku (AZERBAIJAN)
1
2015-05-22 Grand Prix
Rio de Janeiro (BRAZIL)
43
2015-05-01 World Cup
Paris (FRANCE)
22
2015-03-20 Grand Prix
Budapest (HUNGARY)
2
2015-02-13 World Cup
Vancouver (CANADA)
25
2015-01-22 World Cup
Heidenheim (GERMANY)
15
2014-12-05 Grand Prix
Doha (QATAR)
22
2014-11-14 World Cup
Tallin (ESTONIA)
28
2014-10-24 World Cup
Berne (SWITZERLAND)
52
2014-05-23 World Cup
Buenos Aires (ARGENTINA)
36
2014-05-10 Grand Prix
Berne (SWITZERLAND)
34
2014-05-02 World Cup
Paris (FRANCE)
5
2014-03-22 Grand Prix
Vancouver - British Columbia (CANADA)
3
2014-02-21 World Cup
Tallin (ESTONIA)
19
2014-02-14 World Cup
Heidenheim (GERMANY)
21
2014-01-24 World Cup
Legnano (ITALY)
3
2014-01-16 Grand Prix
Doha (QATAR)
20
2013-08-06 World Championship
Budapest (HUNGARY)
20
2013-06-16 Zone Championships
Zagreb (CROATIA)
8
2013-05-24 World Cup
Buenos Aires (ARGENTINA)
38
2013-05-11 Grand Prix
Berne (SWITZERLAND)
16
2013-05-03 World Cup
Paris (FRANCE)
3
2013-03-23 Grand Prix
Vancouver - British Columbia (CANADA)
19
2013-03-15 World Cup
Tallin (ESTONIA)
8
2013-02-15 World Cup
Heidenheim (GERMANY)
26
2013-01-25 World Cup
Legnano (ITALY)
7
2013-01-18 Grand Prix
Doha (QATAR)
25
2012-03-16 World Cup
Paris (FRANCE)
84
2012-03-02 World Cup
Tallin (ESTONIA)
67
2002-08-20 World Championship
Lisbonne (PORTUGAL)
42
2000-09-16 Olympic Games
Sydney (AUSTRALIA)
6
1996-07-19 Olympic Games
Atlanta (USA)
2
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Ranking

Season Ranking Points
Senior
2015/2016 103 − 76 16.0
2014/2015 27 − 10 61.0
2013/2014 17 − 7 74.0
2012/2013 10 + 663 97.0
2011/2012 673 − 632 0.0
2001/2002 41 4.0
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Information

Further Personal Information

Marital status Married
Family Wife Isabelle, son Johan
Residence Montpellier, FRA
Occupation Athlete
Languages English, French, Italian, Spanish

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? He began competing in fencing in 1991.
Club / Team AS Saint Gratien: France
Name of coach Hugues Obry [national], FRA
Handedness Left

General Interest

Hobbies Basketball, cinema, reading. (baku2015.com, 24 Jun 2015)
Memorable sporting achievement Winning a silver medal at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta while competing for Cuba. (baku2015.com, 24 Jun 2015)
Ambitions To compete at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (sportsmole.co.uk, 25 Jun 2015)
Other information FROM CUBA TO FRANCE
Born in Cuba, he won a silver medal for the Caribbean nation in individual epee at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. After becoming disillusioned with the challenges he faced everyday, he decided to make a new life for himself in Europe. With help from Spaniards he knew through fencing, he crossed the border into Spain following the 2002 World Championships in Lisbon, Portugal. His friends had to smuggle him across the border as the Cuban coach had kept all the athletes' passports during the tournament. He spent two years in Spain before moving to France, where he became a citizen in 2010. "None of my teammates knew what I was about to do when we went to Portugal. I wanted to keep it a secret so nobody would try to stop me. I had it all planned before I went. It was almost at the end of the competition when I escaped. It all happened like in a movie." (thenational.ae, 30 Jun 2015; leparisien.fr, 16 Jun 2013; lequipe.fr, 21 Feb 2013)
Last opponent
Ivan
TREVEJO
Marcel
BAS
vs
1
50% wins
Rank
103
FRA
1
50% wins
Rank
281
POL
History
  • Challenge SNCF Réseau (Paris) 2016-05-20 - A - S - E
    TREVEJO Ivan BAS Marcel
    3 4
  • Challenge Réseau Ferré de France – trophée Monal (Paris) 2014-05-02 - A - S - E
    TREVEJO Ivan BAS Marcel
    15 14

OPPONENTS (FROM 2006)

Name Nationality Victories - Defeats
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