FANTASTIC ALPINE SKIERS
World Ski Championships Courchevel-Meribel 2023
They’re 7 to have won individual medals. Federica Brignone (ITA) titled in combined and silver medalist in giant. Laurence St-Germain (CAN) became world slalom champion ahead of all the favourites.
In parallel, Thea-Louise Stjernesund (NOR) took the bronze and Dominik Raschner (AUT) the silver. Finally, Cameron Alexander (CAN) won a bronze medal in the downhill and Loïc Meillard (SUI) a silver in the giant.
Federica Brignone (ITA)
Laurence St-Germain (CAN)
Thea-Louise Stjernesund (NOR)
Dominik Raschner (AUT)
Cameron Alexander (CAN)
Loïc Meillard (SUI)
If we add the 8 team event medals of Paula Moltzan (USA), Nina O'Brien (USA), Katie Hensien (USA) and River Radamus (USA) in gold, Thea-Louise Stjernesund (NOR), Kristin Lysdhal (NOR) and Alexander Steen-Olsen (NOR) in silver and Valérie Grenier (CAN) in bronze, the Courchevel-Méribel 2023 World Championships are a real success for the Band of Heroes.
World Cup: 40 podiums including 8 victories
Not rewarded at the world champs, Petra Vlhova (SVK) nevertheless managed a great season by finishing 3rd in the overall ranking and 3rd in the slalom. Federica Brignone (ITA), very prominent during the worlds, finisehd 2nd in the Super G.
On the men side, Loïc Meillard (SUI) was the most consistent, climbing the podium in 4 different disciplines. Ramon Zenhaüsern (SUI) and Zan Kranjec (SLO) took respectively 3rd place in the slalom and giant’s ranking.
Petra Vlhova (SVK)
Ramon Zenhaüsern (SUI)
Zan Kranjec (SLO)
PARASKI : Arthur BAUCHET unbeatable
World Championships : The hat-trick for Arthur Bauchet (FRA). The Frenchman took over the world championships by winning gold in the slalom, giant and alpine combined.
On the World Cup he is also shining by bringing the big crystal globe home and finishes 1st in the slalom and Super G rankings, 2nd in the giant and 3rd in the downhill.
PERRINE LAFFONT QUEEN OF THE WORLD
She was really disappointed last year after her 4th place at the Olympic Games. Perrine Laffont (FRA) smiles back with a double gold medal at Worlds Champs in Bakuriani. After a crazy end of winter, she captured the big crystal globe and the small one of dual races.
In snowboardcross, Chloé Trespeuch (FRA) brought back a bronze medal during the team event and finished second of the World Cup overall by having 8 podiums on 9 races.
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