"I am currently preparing for the 2012 London Olympics! My goal is to go as far as possible in the competition! My coach has integrated Satisform equipment into my general physical preparation program, and I use it 3 to 4 times a week. It helps me gain flexibility more quickly. Moreover, I feel comfortable on it, have a good position, and work better than on the ground. I hope we will soon invest in more devices!"

Ladji DOUCOURÉ, born on March 28, 1983, in Viry-Chatillon, is a French athlete specializing in the 110 meters hurdles.

In 2005, in Helsinki, he became the second male French athlete after Stéphane Diagana to win an individual world championship title by winning the 110m hurdles final. During the same World Championships, he won a second gold medal at the finish of the 4 × 100 meters Relay alongside Ronald Pognon, Eddy De Lépine, and Lueyi Dovy, a first for French athletics. He also excelled in the 60 meters hurdles by becoming the indoor European champion in 2005 and 2009.

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