Marie-Pierre Duros

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Marie-Pierre Duros was born on 7 June, 1967 in Saint-Brieuc, France. Discover Marie-Pierre Duros’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

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Age53 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born7 June 1967
Birthday7 June
BirthplaceSaint-Brieuc, France

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Marie-Pierre Duros Height, Weight & Measurements

At 53 years old, Marie-Pierre Duros height is 1.6 m .

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Marie-Pierre Duros Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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The 1992 season was her last as a contender at international level. She came 29th at the 1992 IAAF World Cross Country Championships (the declining French women were ninth in the team rankings). She won a fourth and final national title over 3000 m, and a run of 8:40.38 minutes in Nice (the second fastest of her career) placed her sixth in the year’s world rankings. This brought her selection for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. There she opened with one of her best international performances by running a time of 8:42.32 minutes to qualify as the fastest of the heats stage. She did not replicate this in the final and dropped out before completing 3000 m (her second consecutive Olympic failure to finish). She was also entered in the 1500 m competition and had the best time of her career for that distance in the heats (4:10.14 minutes). She was well off this pace in the semi-finals, finishing dead last in her race.


Her greatest achievement was a gold medal 1991 IAAF World Indoor Championships, where she became France’s first champion of the competition’s history. She also won medals in cross country running with the French women’s team, taking bronze at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in 1988 and silver the following year. She was a six-time national champion: four times over 3000 m and once over 1500 metres and cross country.


A outing at the 1990 European Athletics Championships saw her pass the 3000 m heats, but fail to finish the distance in the final. This was her only appearance at the European event. She had a win at the Cross Du Figaro in December that year. Another French record came for Duros in February 1991, when she ran an indoor 3000 m best of 8:53.94 minutes. She won the French cross country title at the start of March and this proved good preparation for the 1991 IAAF World Indoor Championships held the weekend after. Duros outran the competition and won the world indoor title for the 3000 m in an improved French indoor record time of 8:50.69 minutes. She was France’s first ever gold medallist at the competition proper (Gérard Lelièvre won at the precursor 1985 IAAF World Indoor Games). In the outdoor season she won the French title and also won at the DN Galan in Stockholm – her time of 8:40.76 minutes ranked her eighth globally that year. She failed to carry this form into the final at the 1991 World Championships in Athletics, however, coming last in the final by a margin of over 15 seconds. She had her third and final career win at the Cross Du Figaro at the end of the year.


Duros returned to grass at the beginning of 1989 and was the winner at the Cross Ouest-France. Her finish in the senior race at the 1989 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was lower than the previous year’s (she ended in 32nd place), but a strong French team topped by world champion Sergent, Martine Fays and Maria Lelut took the silver medals in the team competition. Individual success came on the track as she came third in the 3000 m at the Athletissima meeting before going on to set a new French record of 8:38.97 minutes for the distance in Nice. This mark stood as the national record for nearly a decade and placed her third in the world rankings that year, behind Paula Ivan and Yvonne Murray. In addition to this, she had middle-distance success with a national title over 1500 m and a win over that distance at the European Cup “B” Final.


Duros won her first senior medal at the 1988 IAAF World Cross Country Championships. In an Annette Sergent-led team, she helped the French women to the bronze team medals through her eleventh-place finish in the women’s long race. On the track she repeated her win at the national championships and gained selection for France at the 1988 Summer Olympics. However, her first Olympic appearance was not a successful one, as she failed to finish in the 3000 metres heats.


Born in Saint-Brieuc, she competed in running competitions at a young age and won her first international medal at the 1985 European Athletics Junior Championships, taking the 1500 metres silver medal behind Ana Padurean (who won the world junior title a year later). She made her first impression at senior level two years later by winning the 3000 metres title at the French Athletics Championships – her run of 8:56.18 minutes was the first time a woman had dipped under nine minutes at the competition. Her senior global debut followed at the 1987 World Championships in Athletics a month later and she placed 14th overall in the event. She ended that year with a win at the Cross Du Figaro.


Marie-Pierre Duros (born 7 June 1967) is a French former middle- and long-distance runner who specialised in the 3000 metres. Her personal best of 8:38.97 minutes for the event is a former French record, which lasted from 1989 to 1999. She was a two-time Olympian (1988 and 1992) and three times participant at the World Championships in Athletics (1987, 1991, 1995).