Manon Disbeaux

Full Name Manon Disbeaux
Nation France
Birthdate September 15, 2000
Status Active
Social Media Instagram
Career Highlights

European bronze medalist in 2022… Competed at the 2017 and 2019 World Championships and at the 2018, 2022 and 2023 European Championships.

2024Selected as reserve to the Olympic team… Also served as reserve to the technical and acrobatic team routines at the Paris World Cup.

2023: Placed fourth in technical mixed duet at the European Games after stepping in at the last minute to replace her injured teammate… Served as traveling alternate to the technical and acrobatic team routines throughout the season.

2022: Won bronze in highlight at the European Championships… Served as reserve to the technical and free team routines… Had a minor knee surgery in March, taking her out of competition for five months.

2021: Placed fifth in team at the Olympic Games Qualification Tournament.

2020: Swam at the French Open, the first and only stop of the World Series for the season… Won gold in technical team and silver in free team… Did not compete internationally thereafter due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.

2019: Placed fifth in highlight, and ninth in free team at the World Championships… Served as alternate to the technical team there…Swam as part of these team routines in across the World Series circuit all year – Paris, Tokyo, Beijing, Barcelona – and at the Super Final in Budapest

2018: Placed sixth in technical and free team at the European Championships… Competed in four World Series meets throughout the season.

2017: Finished eighth in combo and 10th in free team at the World Championships… Won silver in combo at the Japan Open, and bronze in combo at the MUFE French Open… Swam at the Jr. European Championships and finished fifth in team and sixth in combo… Became French national champion in team and combo with club Pays d’Aix Natation.

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