Anais Anne Lise Angeline
Origin of Impairment
Further personal information
Creole, English, French
Social Work Studies - Open University of Mauritius: Mauritius
Sport specific information
When and where did you begin this sport?
She took up Para athletics in 2014 in Mauritius.
Why this sport?
"It's my dad who inspired me to do athletics. It is thanks to him that I adore the sport. I feel less stressed when I'm on the track. I feel free. I also wanted to become strong, physically and mentally."
Club / Team
Magic ParaSport Club: Quatre Bornes, MRI
Name of coach
Jean-Marie Bhugeerathee [national], MRI; Audrey Grancourt [personal], MRI
Nais (Facebook profile, 18 May 2017)
Singing, dancing, sport. (Athlete, 18 Aug 2021)
Memorable sporting achievement
Earning selection for the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. (Athlete, 18 Aug 2021)
Most influential person in career
Coach Jean-Marie Bhugeerathee, and her father Nicolas. (Athlete, 18 Aug 2021, 07 Nov 2019)
Hero / Idol
Her parents, especially her father Nicolas. (Athlete, 07 Nov 2019)
In 2021 she sustained an injury to her coccyx. (Athlete, 18 Aug 2021)
Superstitions / Rituals / Beliefs
She meditates ahead of competitions. (Athlete, 18 Aug 2021)
Sporting philosophy / motto
"Don't give up." (Athlete, 18 Aug 2021)
To compete at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris. (lemauricien.com, 25 Sep 2020)
She has hemiplegia. (lemauricien.com, 06 Mar 2016)
|Women's 200 m T37||Final 1||2017-07-15||8|
|Women's 100 m T37||Heat 1||2017-07-22||12|