Muriel Leroy
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Muriel Leroy
Muriel Leroy
Personal information
Nationality  France
Born 7 July 1968 (1968-07-07) (age 50)
Event(s) Sprint, Long Jump

Muriel Leroy (born July 7 1968 at Ermont) is a former French athlete, who specialised in the sprints and the Long jump.


She won four French championship titles: the outdoor Long jump in 1991, and three indoor titles (the 200m in 1992 and the long jump in 1988 and 1989).

In 1987 she reached the final of the 4 × 100m relay in the Rome World Championships, taking the eighth and final race. She participated in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul and took seventh in the 4 × 100m relay alongside Françoise Leroux, Laurence Bily and Patricia Girard.

Prize list


Personal records
Event Performance Location Date
100 m 11 s 46 1988
200 m 23 s 19 1988
Long Jump 6.47 m 1994

notes and references

External links

  • Docathlé2003, French Athletics Federation, 2003, p. 416
  • Olympic profile: Muriel Leroy on

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