French sportsman, Luc Alphand’s sports prize list spells as long on the tracks hat in motor sports: In 1995 he(it) is victorious of the world cup of descent. In 1996 Luc gains the médaill of bronze in World championships with Sierra Nevada in descent and winner of the World cup of descent, Super-giant Slalom and to the general in 1997. He was also the French champion of France of descent on eight occasions between 1985 and 1997, combined competition and super-giant slaloms in 1988. He begins a new sporting career as a racing driver, in 2005 he gains the rally of Tunisia then in 2006 he takes win Paris-Dakar.
|Sébastien Amiez says «Bastoune», is a French alpine skier. Big specialist of the slalom, he integrates the group of the French team in 1993, he won in particular the silver medal at SALT LAKE CITY’S JO in 2002, silver medal in the world championships of 1997 and the crystal globe of the slalom in 1996. Finally, in 2007, at the age of 34, he announces his sports pension and his desire to dash into the business world.|
|French Alpine skier Jean-Baptiste Grange win the bronze medal during World championships 2007. At the end of the season 2008, he ends second of the slalom in the World Cup. Slalom world cup winner in 2009 and double slalom world champion in 2011 and 2015. He is the only French skier he won two slalom world titles, and first French to be crowned world champion of Alpine skiing since 1982.|
Son of a mountain guide and a ski instructor, Julien Lizeroux begins the ski in his early years. At 7 years old. He become part of the french team at 19 years old and makes away his first franch champion's title when he's 20 years old.The French skier distinguishes himself at the highest level from the end of year 2006. Chaining several victories and podia in section of Europe and win its place among the fifteens better world specialists of the slalom. It is in 2009 when he it the place square of 2nd world slalom skier and 9th world skier
|he won his first international medal at the 2013 worlds, finishing at the 2nd place during the final. As the 2014 Sochi Games approach, Bastien Midol is injured following a severe fall in the World Cup by finishing third in Arosa, winning his first World Cup victory in 2019 in Bokwang, South Korea. He is wrowned French champion of skicross 2018. In 2019, with 7 podiums including 2 victories, achieving his best season, he takes the ski cross crystal globe.|