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Xavier Porras was born on 22 August, 1981 in Olot, Spain, is a Spanish Paralympic athlete. Discover Xavier Porras's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?

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Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 22 August 1981
Birthday 22 August
Birthplace Olot, Spain
Nationality Spanish

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2011

World Championships in Christchurch (New Zealand) 2011

2008

He is married to Rosalía Lázaro, who is the most decorated Spanish Paralympic athlete of all time in the long jump B2. She holds five Paralympic Games (from Barcelona 92 to Beijing 2008), counting three Paralympic medals, nine world championships and thirteen European championships. Xavi and Rosalia have a daughter together, Egara.

2007

World Championship in São Paulo (Brazil) 2007

2006

World Championships indoor in Bollnas (Sweden) 2006

2005

In 2005, he signed for the athletics section of FC Barcelona with his partner Rosalía Lázaro being the first blind athletes in the history of the Catalan club. Xavi is also part of the ADOP plan, managed by the Spanish Paralympic Committee, being considered athlete ARC (High Performance Catalan) by the Generalitat de Catalunya.

2004

Since he debuted with 18 years in the European of Lisbon, Xavi has always remained among the world elite, has participated in three Paralympic Games (Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 -bronze in triple jump- and London 2012), seven World Athletics Championships (2 gold, 3 silver y 3 bronze) and seven European (2 gold, 4 silver and 4 bronze). He is also the indoor world record holder of the triple jump with a record of 12,77 m. In the triple jump he has achieved his greatest success where he won two gold medals at The World Championships (13,02 m in Holland in 2006 and 12,77 m - world record indoors- in Sweden 2006); a bronze medal in the Paralympics (12,71 m in Beijing 2008) and a gold medal in the European Greece 2009 (12,76 m). Xavi won the title of champion of Spain in the long jump with a mark of 5,82 m, while still preparing with his guide Enric Martin, the World Championships Doha 2015 and the Paralympic Games of Rio 2016, his two next challenges. Xavi Porras receives Bronze Medal of Merit Sports in 2016. The Sports Council (CSD) has granted admission athlete Xavi Porras in the Royal Order of Sports Merit "considering the merits and circumstances" in the category bronze medal. This is the highest accolade the sport in Spain. In 2016, he has been proclaimed European champion in long jump with a mark of 6.14 meters in the Italian city of Grosseto.

With his coach and guide his career has been unstoppable being more than three decades in the international elite. He has participated in three Paralympics: Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and London 2012; seven World Championships: Lyon 2013, Christchurch (New Zealand 2011), São Paulo (Brazil 2007), Assen (Netherlands 2006), Visa World Cup in Manchester (UK 2006), World Championship indoor track in Bollnas (Sweden 2006), World Championship in Quebec (Canada 2003); and six European Championships (Swansea -Gales 2014) (Rodas- Greece 2009) (Espoo- Finland 2005) (Assen-Holland 2003), (Bialastok-Poland 2001) and (Lisbon-Portugal 1999). The successes of Xavi Porras are endorsed with big records whose personal bests are:

Along with his guide Antonio Delgado Xavi attends his first Paralympic Games ( Athens 2004 ) competing in three disciplines: 100m, 200m sprint and the long jump, finishing 9th in the long jump with a personal best in the 200 meters of 24.60 seconds. Four years later he attended the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, where the triple jump was confirmed to be his best discipline, to the detriment of the 200 m sprint. This change was providential, because it enabled him to hang his first Paralympic medal, a bronze, with his eyes on the track at that time, his guide Raul Sabaté. In London 2012 he completed his third consecutive Games, participating in four disciplines and getting together with his current guide Enric Martín, two fifth places in the final triple jump (12,19m) and length (6,08m) as best records, and an eleventh place in the 100m which is his best so far (11,79s) and a record of Spain in the semifinals of the 4x100m relay with a time of 43,26s.

He competed in the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece, the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China where he was the third best athlete in the triple jump. He competed at the 2012 Summer Paralympics, where he finished fifth in the triple jump.

2003

His first participation was in Quebec 2003, achieving a fourth position in the long jump for best performance. Three years later, in Assen 2006, he proclaims world champion in the triple jump with a mark of 13.02m, (his best) as well as obtaining a bronze medal in length (6,08m). That same season, he participates in the Indoor World Championships in Bollnas (Suecia 2006), proclaiming himself world champion in the triple jump with a mark of 12,77m, world record indoor category; besides winning two silver in the long jump (6,03m) and 60m (7,60s). After an injury which deprived him of competing at his level the following year at the World São Paulo Games, (Brasil 2007) where he participated in the triple jump getting a creditable sixth position, Xavi Porras has to wait until the World Cup in Nueva Zelanda 2011, 2011 to become a champion of the long jump with a mark of 5.99m; while he was getting a new bronze medal as a member of the Spanish 4x100 relay team with Martín Parejo Maza (T11), MaximilianoÓscar Rodríguez Magi (T12) and Gerard Descarrega Puigdevall (T12) with a mark of 45.45. In Lyon (Francia 2013) he came back to podium with a bronze medal in the long jump, with 6,24 m.

European Championships in Assen (Netherlands) 2003

2001

European Championship in Bialystok (Poland) 2001

1999

His international debut came in a European Championship (Lisboa 1999) obtaining, with his first guide, Sergio Segón, a creditable fourth position in the 100 meters, which reaffirms its commitment to the sport, to the detriment of football, his passion when being a child. But its international explosion came two years later, in the championship of Bialastok (Polonia 2001), which was proclaimed runner-up in the 100 meters and the 4x100 relay. Two years later, in Assen 2003, he repeats performance with two new bronze medals in the long jump (6,06m) and 4x100 respectively, becoming one of the best European sprinters and jumpers and endorsing his status in the championships of Espoo (Finlandia 2005) where, in addition to greatly improving his brand in the length, he proclaims runner-up with a record of 6,19m and brushes the podium in the final of the 100 meters. His next continental appointment was Rhodes (Grecia 2009), which adds three more medals on a brilliant performance: gold in the triple jump (12,76m),silver in length (5,90m) and bronze in the 100 (11.90”). In his sixth appearance in a European Championships, Swansea (Wales 2014), he returns to the podium getting his ninth continental medal, bronze in the long jump with a mark of 5,93m which puts the icing on the cake of a great 2014 when he wins back the crown of Spain as a champion in the 100 meter sprint in 2012 and becomes a national runner-up in the long jump.

European Championships in Lisbon (Portugal) 1999

1998

His beginnings were inspired by the image of his idol, Carl Lewis in the Olympic Games of Barcelona '92. A key moment was in 1998 when he meets his coach, Miguel Angel Torralba, who introduces him to the practice of athletics. They have never separated as Miguel is the one who plans his workouts and guides Xavi on jumps using the voice. In addition to his coach, Xavi has had throughout his career four guides that have been his extension both in speed tests and training:

1981

Xavier Porras Santana (born August 22, 1981 in Olot, Girona) is a Spanish paralympic sprinter and jumper who belongs to F.C. Barcelona and competes in the T11 / B1 category for blind athletes or athletes with a very reduced vision.