Serre Chevalier and his two illustrious ambassadors, Luc Alphand ski world champion, winner of the Paris-Dakar and Pierre Vaultier, triple winner of snowboard cross World Cup signed their contract yesterday in the presence of journalists
Luc and Pierre ambassadors and more …
"Beyond the image, I am proud to belong to a region which is fantastic and talk about something you are fond of, is easy …" notes Luc, Pierre adding "I was born here, I grew up here, I have something strong to transmit"
Serre Chevalier has also signed a partnership with young athletes of our valley that we will follow throughout the season. We will inform you with their results, photos, anecdotes …
Maybe you already know them ?
Laurie MOUGEL, 24
In the group World Cup Technical, Laurie was very recently in the States in the 3rd place of a race. She is a slalom specialist ranked 36th worldwide last year
Estelle Alphand, 17
In the group European Cup in alpine skiing, Estelle Young Olympic vice-champion in the Super G and Giant. France Vice champion in super combined, France Junior champion in downhill and super combined, France vice champion in SuperG. She started the season with a podium in Kvitfjell. The aim : Sochi 2014
Nils ALLEGRE, 18
European Cup group. A FIS victory in super combined, ranking second in the Junior Cup in France. Selected in last year’s World Junior Championships. In preparation for the World Championships
Thibault MASSET, 19.
Nordic – Nordic Challenge 2nd in La Clusaz and les Saisies, 4th in French Championships. 1st and 2nd in miscellaneous half-marathon in France
Niels REIGNIER, 18
Snowboard.Speciality Half-Pipe. France A team – Ranked 1st in France young Championships, winner of the French cup Freestyle, he prepares for the Olympic Games in Sochi for 2014. He is currently in the States.
Marine TRIPIER MONDACIN, 17
Ski Freestyle – Half Pipe. Bronze medalist at the Olympics in Innsbruck – freestyle Halpipe.
France Junior champion – Half Pipe. Winner of the French cup. Sochi is also an objective as well as the X-games!
Go luck to all our athletes