Family Husband Jules, son Mathis 
Occupation Athlete, Massage Therapist, Physiotherapist
Higher education Physiotherapy - National School Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation [ENKRE]: France
License number 11101993000
|La Havane (CUBA), 2019-01-11||Barcelone (SPAIN), 2022-02-11|
|Le Caire (EGYPT), 2022-04-29||Cali (COLOMBIA), 2018-05-25|
When and where did you begin this sport? She began fencing at age eight.
Why this sport? Her brother joined a fencing club, so her mother asked if she wanted to try the sport too. Initially she said no, but the next year she tried it and enjoyed herself.
Club / Team Cercle d'Escrime de Saint-Gratien: France
Name of coach Lionel Prunier [club, national]; Herve Faget [national], FRA
Training Regime She trains at the National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance [INSEP] in Paris, France.
Nicknames Blondiii (dax.fr, 15 Jul 2013)
Most influential person in career Coach Remy Delhomme. (dax.fr, 15 Jul 2013)
Hero / Idol Her mother. (dax.fr, 15 Jul 2013)
Injuries She underwent a minor operation on her left wrist in August 2017. (actu.fr, 02 Aug 2017)
Sporting philosophy / motto "I take events as they come without putting pressure on myself." (20minutes.fr, 19 Jun 2013)
Awards and honours In September 2013 she won the Rhone D'Or in France. The award was presented in recognition of her athletic achievements during the year. (cercle-bellecombe-lyon.fr, 08 Sep 2013)
Famous relatives Her brothers Axel and Robin have both competed in fencing, representing the Lyon Epee Metropole club in France. Their father Eric Mallo has served as vice president of the club. Her husband Jules Breton has played ice hockey in Ligue Magnus, the French men's top division. (eliteprospects.com, 17 May 2021; lesportdauphinois.com, 12 Dec 2018; lyonmag.com, 11 May 2018)
Ambitions To compete at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. (francebleu.fr, 28 Jan 2021)
Other information LEARNING FROM RIO
At the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro she was eliminated in the round of 32 by 2008 Olympic silver medallist Ana Maria Popescu of Romania. She was then part of the French women's epee team that were knocked out of the quarterfinals by the Russian Federation. "I cried a lot. But it was a great experience, even if in the end we did not get the medal we hoped for. We were a young team, and we came close." (codesport.fr, 04 Apr 2017)
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