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Linda Hadjar birth name "Lynda Hadjar" (born 4 March 1982 in Rodez, Aveyron) is a former French middle and long distance runner, who specialized in 3000/5000 meters and cross-country. She finished 6th at 5000 meters at the 2003 European Athletics U23 Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Before that Hadjar also won 3 French national championships in cross-country. Hadjar left a big impression winning her first national title with a 30-second lead. She took 39th place at the Cross-Country world championship at her first major international competition in Vilamoura.
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Linda Hadjar birth name "Lynda Hadjar" (born 4 March 1982 in Rodez, Aveyron) is a former French middle and long distance runner, who specialized in 3000/5000 meters and cross-country. She finished 6th at 5000 meters at the 2003 European Athletics U23 Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Before that Hadjar also won 3 French national championships in cross-country. Hadjar left a big impression winning her first national title with a 30-second lead. She took 39th place at the Cross-Country world championship at her first major international competition in Vilamoura. Hadjar realized the 3rd best French performance of all time U23 on the 3000 meters.
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