Dynastar Factory Team 2023The world championships in sight!
World Championships for everyone. Whether in alpine skiing, ski cross or ski mountaineering, the new ski season will award world titles in all disciplines and our athletes are ready to fight.
After his contract extension with Dynastar and his Olympic title, Clément Noël (FRA) remains the leader in slalom but he is not alone in Dynastar team. The young guns Tommaso Sala (ITA), Luke Winters (USA), Benjamin Ritchie (USA) challenge him. Thibaut Favrot (FRA) and Gino Caviezel (SUI) remain safe bets for the podium.
On the women's side, Priska Nufer (SUI) and Romane Miradoli (FRA) who won their first World Cup last winter will be alongside Roberta Melesi (ITA),Piera Hudson (NZL), Clara Direz (FRA) and Elena Stoffel (SUI).
We will find all these skiers in Sölden on October 22nd and 23rd for the World Cup opening with the month of February in the back of mind for the World Championships in Courchevel/Méribel.
Two of the best skiers on the planet retired last season. Jean-Fred Chapuis (FRA) and François Place (FRA). The team is not to be outdone and maintains an incredible density with Florian Wilmsmann (GER),Jonathan Midol (FRA) or David Mobärg (SWE) who has just joined the Dynastar team.
Back from injury, Alizée Baron (FRA) is doing everything to be ready for the first events of the winter before the Worlds in Bakuriani (GEO).
Probably with the best team in the world (1 big globe and 4 small globes last winter), Dynastar will expect a lot for the World Championships in Boi Taüll.
Emily Harrop (FRA), Axelle Gachet Mollaret (FRA), Xavier Gachet (FRA), Matti Werner (SUI) and William Bon Mardion (FRA) will be major medal chances but above all it's time for them to start a new cycle of 4 years with the first Olympic Games for the ski mountaineering in Milan Cortina 2026