Alexis Hanquiquant

Alexis-Hanquinquant - Paratriathlete - world champion - pebax - french - olympics

Alexis Hanquinquant is a French paratriathlon athlete competing for the Tokyo Olympics 2021.

Alexis had a work accident in 2010, and after several surgeries his leg could not be saved so he underwent a straight transtibial amputation in September 2013. After his accident, Alexis challenged himself to become a para-triathlon champion.  We can confidently say that Alexis achieved this goal as he won the European Championship and World Championship in the PTS4 category in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. 

"Pebax® polymer is an incredible technological advancement on running shoes whether training or competition. They are lighter, more efficient .... They always make you want to run more, longer and with the desire to go faster and faster. I am very lucky to benefit from it!"

 

Latest highlights

2020 - Winner Alhandra ITU Paratriathlon World Cup

2019 - Winner Valencia ETU Paratriathlon European Championships

2019 - Winner  ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Lausanne

2019 - 2nd at Tokyo ITU Paratriathlon World Cup  

2019 - Winner Groupe Copley World Paratriathlon Series Montreal

 

 

2019 - Winner Yokohama ITU World Paratriathlon Series

2019 - Winner Milan ITU World Paratriathlon Series

2018 - Winner ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Gold Coast

2018 - Winner FRA Paratriathlon National Championships

2018 - Winner Lausanne ITU Paratriathlon World Cup

Upcoming Events

2021 -  Summer Paralympics in Tokyo

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