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Anne-Marie Colchen

1925 - 2017

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Anne-Marie Colchen-Maillet (8 December 1925 – 26 January 2017) was a French track and field athlete and women's basketball player. She became France's first high jump champion at the 1946 European Athletics Championships and held the French record for the event for ten years. She represented France in high jump at the 1948 Summer Olympics. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Anne-Marie Colchen has received more than 11,035 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Anne-Marie Colchen is the 435th most popular athlete (down from 392nd in 2019), the 3,743rd most popular biography from France and the 12th most popular French Athlete.

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Anne-Marie Colchen ranks 435 out of 3,055Before her are Eero Lehtonen, Rune Larsson, Ulf Timmermann, Frank Shorter, Marc Wright, and Pino Dordoni. After her are Étienne Desmarteau, Gioacchino Guaragna, Olga Gyarmati, Jorma Kinnunen, Bobby Pearce, and Archie Williams.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1925, Anne-Marie Colchen ranks 318Before her are Antonio José González Zumárraga, Darry Cowl, Luis Alberto Monge, Francesco Colasuonno, Pasieguito, and Pyotr Todorovsky. After her are Leon Schlumpf, Károly Makk, Alfred Kelbassa, Álvaro Magaña, Paul Kurtz, and M. S. Swaminathan. Among people deceased in 2017, Anne-Marie Colchen ranks 329Before her are Fernando Birri, Vinod Khanna, Geoff Nicholls, Santiago Vernazza, Ueli Steck, and Zoltan Sarosy. After her are Armando Calderón Sol, Károly Makk, Abdur Rahman Biswas, Paul G. Comba, Michele Scarponi, and Karl Stotz.

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In France

Among people born in France, Anne-Marie Colchen ranks 3,743 out of 5,234Before her are Claudine Longet (1942), Auguste Duméril (1812), Eugène Martin (1915), Léon Glovacki (1928), Jean Forestier (1930), and Michel Blanc (1952). After her are Étienne Mourrut (1939), Ludivine Sagnier (1979), Henri Laurent (1881), Jacques Jasmin (1798), Régis Wargnier (1948), and Marcel Aubour (1940).

Among ATHLETES In France

Among athletes born in France, Anne-Marie Colchen ranks 12Before her are Joanni Perronet (1877), Émile Champion (1879), Jean Bouin (1888), Colette Besson (1946), Martin Fourcade (1988), and Maurice Schilles (1888). After her are Anni Steuer (1913), Michel Jazy (1936), André Auffray (1884), Guy Drut (1950), Roger Beaufrand (1908), and Renaud Lavillenie (1986).