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Anais Jaron



Impairment information

Type of Impairment
Impaired range of motion
Origin of Impairment
T38, F38

Further personal information


Sport specific information

When and where did you begin this sport?
She first tried athletics in 1999, and took up para-athletics in 2008 at the Lisses Athletic Club in France.
Why this sport?
Her parents and brother practised athletics and encouraged her to do exercises following her accident. "One day, after my accident, my father suggested that I go out and run for one minute per day. After two weeks, I was running for 15 minutes. And today, I can run for one and a half hours."
Club / Team
Lisses Athletic Club: France
Name of coach
Thierry Cavalier [club], FRA; Jean-Baptiste Souche [national], FRA

International debut

Competing for

General interest

Most influential person in career
Her parents. (Athlete, 03 Dec 2010)
Hero / Idol
French sprinter Christine Arron. (Athlete, 03 Dec 2010)
In 2010 she stretched a knee ligament which took two weeks to heal. (Athlete, 03 Dec 2010)

In 2009 she fractured her shoulder and spent eight months recovering. (Athlete, 03 Dec 2010)
Sporting philosophy / motto
"Succeed despite the handicap." (Athlete, 03 Dec 2010)
She was involved in a car accident on 29 Jun 2003, which resulted in multiple fractures to her ribs and back, air and blood in her chest cavity and her being in a coma for two months. As a result of her injuries she has partial paralysis on the left side of her body. (, 22 Nov 2010;, 21 Jan 2011)


Unit Date Rank
2011 IPC Athletics World Championships (Christchurch, New Zealand)
Event Medal Unit Date Rank
Women's 100 m T38 Heat 2 2011-01-25 6
Women's Long Jump F37/38 Final 2011-01-27 7
IPC Athletics World Championships (Lyon, France)
Event Medal Unit Date Rank
Women's Long Jump T37/38 Final 1 2013-07-26 9