Triathlon with Triple European Champion Fred Belaubre
Fred Belaubre analyzes all the parameters that make it possible to go faster in the water, cycling or running. Thanks to the video, he can help you progress and achieve your goals. Unless you just want to have fun running alongside him.
Frederic Belaubre runs his first triathlon in 1993 at the age of 13. In 2000, he wins the junior world title in Perth, Australia. He then wins his first Elite national title in 2002 and qualifies for the Athens Olympics in 2004 where he places 5th. The following year, he wins his first victory in the World Cup and becomes European champion in Lausanne.
In 2006 in Autun, he retains his European title and climbs for the first time on the podium of the World Championships by winning the bronze medal in Lausanne. He wins his third title of European champion in 2008 in Lisbon. The same year, he finishes tenth in the Triathlon event at the Summer Olympics. In parallel triathlon, he wins the French cross country championship of Côte d’Azur.
In 2015, Frederic Belaubre makes his long-distance debut by performing his first Ironman 70.3, California, where he takes 21st place. He wins the title of champion of France long distance at Gravelines in 4 hours 3 min 43 s. He wins this victory with his partner in life, professional triathlete Charlotte Morel who did the same in women. In July 2015, they both win their respective rankings at M triathlon in Alpe d’Huez.