Dynastar - Dynastar, the performance in all World Cup disciplines
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11.04.2022 - Athlete

Dynastar, the performance in all World Cup disciplines

ALPINE SKIING

5 podiums for DYNASTAR including 3 victories

 Clément Noël Priska Nufer


Clément Noël (FRA)
2 podiums, 1 victory


Clément did not have an easy season but in addition to the supreme title acquired in China, the Frenchman took two 2 podiums in the World Cup including a victory at home in Val d'Isère.

 Clément Noël Priska Nufer


Priska Nufer (SUI)
1 victory


Almost at home, in Crans Montana, Priska Nufer scored the first downhill success of her career. A crazy moment!

 Romane MIRADOLI Gino CAVIEZEL


Romane MIRADOLI (FRA)
1 victory


Romane imitated her Swiss compatriot by signing her first World Cup victory in Lenzerheide. Well done Romane!

 Romane MIRADOLI Gino CAVIEZEL


Gino CAVIEZEL (SUI)
1 podium


He waited for the last stage of the World Cup to get on the podium. Gino Caviezel took third place in the Super G of Courchevel.

SKI MOUNTAINEERING

1 big globe, 4 small globes, 30 podiums and 15 victories

Emily Harrop (FRA)
1 big globe & 1 small globe

 

The very young Frenchwoman has been extremely strong and consistent throughout the winter. Obviously, she won the overall ranking. A first big crystal globe which is added to the small one of the sprint. She also finished 2nd in the individual and vertical races.

 Emily Harrop Axelle Gachet-Mollaret

Axelle Gachet-Mollaret (FRA)
2 small globes and 2nd of the overall ranking

 

A few points behind her young compatriot for the overall ranking, Axelle ends the season with a bang. Despite missed races, she wins the small globes of the individual and vertical races!

 Emily Harrop Axelle Gachet-Mollaret

Xavier Gachet (FRA)
Small globe of the individual

 

4th in the overall ranking, the Frenchman, who also missed a few races, won the small individual globe!

 Xavier Gachet
 Matti WERNER William Bon Mardion


Matti WERNER (SUI)
2nd of the vertical races World Cup


The Swiss skier shone throughout the season in vertical races to take this podium in the specialty ranking.

 Matti WERNER William Bon Mardion


William Bon Mardion (FRA)
3rd of the individual ranking


In great shape in the end of the season, William could get this podium in the individual classification thanks to a last crazy race.

SKICROSS

3 podiums and time to say goodbye!

 François Place Jean-Fred Chapuis
 François Place Jean-Fred Chapuis

François Place (FRA) and Jean-Fred Chapuis (FRA)

 

The two associates French have left their mark on skicross in France and all around the world. Jean-Fred collected an Olympic champion title, a victory and a second place in the world championships, but above all 3 big crystal globes and 18 World Cup victories. Arrived late in ski cross, François won three medals at the world championships, including a title in 2019. It is also 4 podiums acquired during these 6 years on the circuit.

 

Congratulations, thank you and enjoy your future gentlemen!

Florian Wilmsmann (GER)
2 podiums

 

The young German continues to learn on the World Cup circuit. This year, he climbs twice on the box. Congrats to him!

 Florian Wilmsmann