Dr. Alain CALMAT, French Deputy. Officer of the Legion of Honour; Commander of the National Order of Merit; Gold Medal for Youth and Sport; Top Sporting Award given by City of Paris, 1963; Gold Medal of the Academy of Sports; Henry-Deutsch-de-la-Meurthe Prize, 1966 of the Academy of Sports.
CALMAT, Dr. Alain was born on August 31, 1940 in Paris, France. Parents: Maurice Calmat and Rachel Calmat (née Korelstein).
Secondary schooling by correspondence. Faculty of Medicine, Paris, doctor of medicine, 1960-1968, masters degree in human biology. Spoken languages: English.
Member of Economic and Social Committee for Ile-de-France Region, 1976-1984. Ministerial Delegate, Ministry of Youth and Sports, 1984-1986. Deputy (within Socialist Group) for Cher, since 1986.
Ice-skater: minor French champion, figure-skating, 1953. Junior French champion, 1954, 1955. Senior French champion, 3rd place in European Championships and 5th place in World Championships, 1958.
4th, European Championships. 1959; 4th, European and 3rd, World Championships, 6th, Olympic Games, 1960. 2nd European Championships, 1961.
French Champion, 1962, 1963, 1965, European Champion, 1962, 1963, 1964. 3rd World Championships, 1962. 2nd Olympic Games and World Championships, 1964.
2nd European Championships, 1965. World Champion, 1966. Retired 1966; houseman 1967.
Head of Clinic of Faculty of Medecine, Paris, 1972-1976. Surgeon, 1976-1984; Senior Surgical Registrar and Assistant, Paris Hospitals, 1973. Consultant Surgeon, Montfermeil Hospital.
Professor, Pitié- Salpétrière Teaching Hospital. Vice-President. French Federation of Ice Sports. 1973-1984.