Jean-Olivier Brosseau

Jean-Olivier Brosseau (born June 23, 1967 in Bressuire, Deux-Sèvres, is a retired male race walker from France, who was affiliated with Sèvre Bocage AC during his career. He specialised in the 20 km distance and was selected for the World Championships in Athletics three times from 1993–1997. He competed at one Olympic Games – the 1996 Summer Olympics, where he was 35th in the men’s 20 km walk.
Achievements[edit]

Year
Competition
Venue
Position
Event
Notes

Representing  France

1989
World Race Walking Cup
L’Hospitalet, Spain
84th
20 km
1:33:42

1991
World Race Walking Cup
San Jose, California, United States
32nd
50 km
4:08:59

1993
World Race Walking Cup
Monterrey, Mexico
28th
20 km
1:29:20

World Championships
Stuttgart, Germany
16th
20 km
1:25:53

1995
World Race Walking Cup
Beijing, PR China
20th
20 km
1:23:38

World Championships
Gothenburg, Sweden
10th
20 km
1:23:34

1996
Olympic Games
Atlanta, United States
35th
20 km
1:26:29

1997
World Race Walking Cup
Poděbrady, Czech Republic
38th
20 km
1:22:04

World Championships
Athens, Greece
25th
20 km
1:26:39

References[edit]

Jean-Olivier Brosseau profile at IAAF
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IAAF Fact & Figures

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