Althéa Laurin facts for kids
Althéa Laurin with the silver medal won at the 2019 European Championships for Olympic Weight Categories
|Competitor for France|
|Bronze||2020 Tokyo||+67 kg|
|Silver||2018 Tarragona||67 kg|
Althéa Laurin (born 1 September 2001) is a French taekwondo practitioner.
She studies Management at the University of Paris.
She won the European Taekwondo Junior Championships in Larnaca and the Women's Light Heavyweight 63–68 kg at the 2018 Junior World Championship in Hammamet. She made her Olympic debut representing France at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
She was selected for the Taekwondo at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Women's +67 kg where she defeated Briseida Acosta in the opening round and Zheng Shuyin in the second round. She overcame Aminata Traoré in the repechage to secure a bronze Olympic medal.
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