La Plagne est un formidable terrain de jeu qui nourrit et voit éclore des champions dans un grand nombre de disciplines. Découvrez-les n'hésitez pas à les suivre en ligne et lors des grands championnats : leur talent se nourrit de vos encouragements ! Et bien souvent il a débuté au sein du club des sports de La Plagne !
Julien Lizeroux, the fighter / Downhill skiing, slalom
The oldest member of the French slalom team has had an exemplary career. A career which in itself gives you an idea of Julien’s tenacity and self-sacrifice. His first appearance in the French team was in 1997. He has suffered a number of injuries throughout his career but has still achieved impressive results: 3 Winter Olympics, World Championship medals, World Cup results… he has also managed to combine his discipline and his favourite resort with the Super Slalom, an event that lives up to the man himself!
2019: FRENCH VICE CHAMPION IN SLALOM / 4 TOP 15 PLACES IN THE SLALOM WORLD CUP
2012/2013: 9th in the French championships
2010: 2nd in the World Cup overall ranking in Kitzbühel
2009: 2nd in the world championships in Val d’Isère in slalom & super combined
Ranking Julien Lizeroux
|2020||12th in Schladming|
French vice champion in slalom
|2012/2013||9th in the French championships|
|2010||2nd in the World Cup overall ranking in Kitzbühel|
|2009||2nd in the world championships in Val d’Isère in slalom & super combined|
Brice Roger, the feisty one / Downhill skiing, racing
Brice is a force of nature whose energy seems to come from laughter and good humour and whose passion for skiing is as strong as ever. He won his first medal in March 2015 in front of his home crowd in Meribel, at the World Cup final, with a 3rd place in the Super G. Knee injuries have cut short his season several times but this has not affected his love of racing… or his enthusiasm!
2019: 7th in Super G World Championships / 2 top 8 places in Super G World Cup
2018: 3rd Super G - Kvitjell (NOR) / 7th downhill - Kitzbühel (AUS)
2017: 8th Super G – Saalbach (AUS) / 9th downhill – Saint-Moritz (SWI)
2015: 3rd in World Cup in Meribel in Super G
Ranking Brice Roger
|2019||7th in Super G World Championships
2 top 8 places in Super G World Cup
|2018||3rd Super G - Kvitjell (NOR)
7th downhill - Kitzbühel (AUS)
|2017||8th Super G – Saalbach (AUS)
9th downhill – Saint-Moritz (SWI)
|2015||3rd in World Cup in Meribel in Super G|
Maxence Muzaton, calm strength / Downhill skiing, racing
A friend of Brice Roger since childhood, the 2 are a formidable duo in the French racing team. Discreet and reserved, “Muzat” is an extremely talented skier, who also shows a certain versatility with his performance in Super Combined. Maxence’s coaches spotted his talent early on and he started his career by winning the title of Junior World Champion in Super G in Chamonix in 2010.
2019: French Champion in downhill and combined / 3rd in French Super G championships
2018: 3rd in Super Combined in Wengen (SWI) / 11th in downhill - Kitzbühel (AUS)
2016: 2nd in French Super G championships
Palmarès de Maxence Muzaton
|2020||7th in downhill World Cup - Saalbach - Austria
5th on the streif in Kitzbuhel
|2019||French Champion in downhill and combined
3rd in French Super G championships
|2018||3rd in Super Combined in Wengen (SWI)
11th in downhill - Kitzbühel (AUS)
|2016||2nd in French Super G championships|
Tess Ledeux, the precocious talent / Freestyle Skiing, slopestyle
If the élite of women’s freestyle skiing are mostly aged over 20, the younger skiers with a thirst for victory are training hard to change that. This is certainly the case for Tess Ledeux who was French slopestyle champion at just 15. Noted for her ease and determination to jump high that surpassed even that of her male counterparts, Tess was rapidly ready for the big league. She shares her desire to win with her cousin, Kévin Rolland.
2019: 1st in the summer X Games in Oslo in the Big Air
2018: 1st in Big Air World Championships / 15th in PyeongChang Olympics in slopestyle / 1st in slopestyle World Championships in Sierra Nevada (Sp)
2017: 2nd Aspen X-Games in slopestyle
Palmarès de Tess Ledeux
1st in the Big Air French Cup in les Arcs.
2nd in Big Air World Cup in Kreischberg (Austria)
|2020||1st in Big Air in the X Games of Aspen
1st in big air France Championships in Les Arcs
|2019||1st in big air World Championships
1st in the X Games in Oslo in the Big Air
15th in PyeongChang Olympics in slopestyle
|2017||2nd Aspen X-Games in slopestyle
2nd Oslo X-Games in slopestyle
1st in slopestyle World Championships in Sierra Nevada (Sp)
Antoine Adelisse, the creative one / Ski freestyle, slopestyle
Always in search of new places to play, Antoine soon dropped the more traditional disciplines to devote himself to freestyle skiing and develop his own style in the snow parks. In 2014, aged just 16, he qualified for the Sochi Winter Olympics, the first Games to include slopestyle. A serious knee injury kept him off the slopes for winter 2016 but he came back more determined than ever in 2017 and had one of his most successful seasons.
2018: 3rd in the AFP overall slopestyle ranking
2017: 5th in the World slopestyle championships in Oslo
Ranking Antoine Adelisse
1st at the Big Air French Cup in les Arcs.
1st in the Big Air World Cup in Les Arcs
|2019||2nd at the Big Air Ski World Cup stage in Atlanta|
|2018||3rd in the AFP overall slopestyle ranking|
|2017||5th in the World slopestyle championships in Oslo|
Kévin Roland, the unshakeable one / Ski freestyle, half pipe
Multiple winner of the X Games and Olympic medallist, this great freestyle skier needs no introduction... Kévin Roland flies rather than skis. He invents new tricks, like the double cork 1260, and works on them in training until he nails them. This has caused some impressive falls, but he always gets back up. Away from competition, he enjoys making freestyle skiing videos, an opportunity for him to offer his many fans stunning images that combine adrenalin, precision and technical prowess. You can see him in Fast Forward I & II and his latest film, “Oh My Ghost”, wild chases across La Plagne where everyone holds their breath!
2019: 2nd in the World Half Pipe Championships in Park City (USA)
2018: 11th in the PyeongChang Olympic Games in the Half Pipe
2009, 2016, 2017: Crystal Globe winner
2014: 3rd in the Sochi Olympics (RUS)
Ranking Kevin Roland
|2019||2nd in the World Half Pipe Championships in Park City (USA)|
|2018||11th in the PyeongChang Olympic Games in the Half Pipe|
|2017,2016,2009||Crystal Globe winner|
|2014||3rd in the Sochi Olympics (RUS)|
Romain Heinrich, the perfectionist / Bobsleigh
Romain only got into top-level sport when he was 19, but rapidly became one of France’s top shot putters. 2011 marked a turning point in his sporting career when he moved into bobsleigh and, encouraged by his skill as a pusher, joined Loïc Costerg’s team taking part in the Sochi Olympics. This wasn’t enough for Romain, however, who decided to move to the front of the bob by becoming a pilot. He has responded to the new challenge with results that meant he was selected as pilot for the 2-man bob event at the Pyeongchang Olympics where he came in 13th with his teammate, Dorian Hauterville.
2019: 6th in the 2-man bob world ranking / 20th in the 4-man bob world ranking
2019: 3rd in the European championships 2019 in the 2-man bob with Dorian Hauterville
2018: 13th in the PyeongChang Olympic Games
Ranking Romain Heinrich
6th in the 2-man bob world ranking
|2018||13th in the PyeongChang Olympic Games|
Agathe Bessard, the explosive one / Skeleton
Agathe has grown up on the ice. When she was very young, she was already on a luge on the La Plagne track, then at 14 she went down headfirst on a skeleton. Three years later, she won the bronze medal at the Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer (NOR), a first for a French woman in the skeleton. Agathe is in the starting blocks. She is training and racing as much as possible to become the 1st French woman to compete in international competitions and win medals.
2019: European junior vice-champion in Sigulda (LAT)
2018: 5th in the Skeleton European Cup overall ranking
2017: 5th in the Skeleton European Cup overall ranking
Ranking Agathe Bessard
|2020||2nd in European Cup in Germany - vice-european champion junior
4th in European cup in Latvia
|2019||European junior vice-champion in Sigulda (LAT)|
|2018||5th in the Skeleton European Cup overall ranking|
|2017||5th in the Skeleton European Cup overall ranking|
Morgan Guipponi Barfety, the enthusiast / Ski freestyle, ski cross
Local athlete Morgan Guipponi Barfety was put on skis for the first time at 13 months and took his first lessons with the ESF aged 3. He then joined the village ski club and trained for several disciplines before deciding to concentrate on downhill skiing and entering regional, national and international competitions. After 4 years on the circuit, he felt ready to start racing in the ski cross. This winter will be his 5th ski cross season and his goal is to qualify for the Beijing Olympic Games in 2022.
2019: 30th in the world ski cross rankings
2017: French ski cross vice-champion
Ranking Morgan Guipponi Barfety
|2019||30th in the world ski cross rankings|
|2017||French ski cross vice-champion|
Marion Chevrier, the rising star / Downhill skiing, multi-discipline
A skier 100% ‘made in La Plagne’, from the resort’s Club des Sports, Marion is one of French skiing’s young hopefuls, as demonstrated by her bronze medal in the 2019 European Youth Olympics. This winter, Marion’s goal is to compete for the first time in the World Cup technical disciplines.
2019: French U18 Downhill Champion / Bronze medallist at the European Youth Olympics in slalom / 9th in the slalom at the French championships / French U21 vice-champion in slalom / 4 FIS podiums including 2 wins
Ranking Marion Chevrier
Axelle Chevrier, the twin rising star / Downhill skiing, multi-discipline
2 for the price of one! Aged just 17, Axelle, Marion’s twin sister, has already done La Plagne proud on several occasions. Top-level skiing really is a family affair for the Chevriers. After a successful winter season 2019 when Axelle competed in the World Cup for the first time at 17, she now intends to continue progressing on the European and world circuits.
2019: Bronze medallist at the European Youth Olympics in the giant slalom / 1st World Cup participation in giant slalom / 8th in the slalom at the French championships / Selected in the Junior World Championships in all disciplines / 5 FIS podiums including 3 wins
Palmarès de Axelle Chevrier
Margot Boch, an inherited talent / 2-woman bob and monobob
Her grandfather was a pusher and French champion with his teammates in 1959, her dad was a pilot: in the Boch family, bobsleigh is as much a passion as a tradition that is handed down from one generation to the next! An ex-competition gymnast, Margot first tried the luge on La Plagne’s bobsleigh track, where she was quickly spotted thanks to her talent and her physical and mental qualities. Aged just 20 years old, Margot has been the pilot for the French team (no less!) since 2018. In November 2019, she won a superb second place in the European cup in monobob
Margot Boch’s rankings
Duo Margot Boch and Madison Stringer, crowned Junior World Champions in 2-man bobsleigh (category U23), in Saint-Moritz (Switzerland)
6th in the World Cup in monobob at La Plagne
|2019||2nd in the European Cup in monobob|
Louna Ladevant, spiderman/ Ice climbing
Louna is first and foremost passionate about climbing and a freedom-loving spirit. He shares these values with his brother, Tristan, who is also an ice climbing champion. At just 19, Louna already stands out for his intuitive and obsessional climbing talent. He surprises his competitors with his daring choices and originality, never conceding anything to his rivals. In La Plagne, we no longer need to prove that ice is our 5th element.
Louna Ladevant rankings
|2021||2021 European Champion of Ice Climbing in Difficulty|
- Winner of the senior Ice Climbing World Cup
Bronze medal in senior World Cup (France)
|2018-2019||- 2-time winner of the overall senior European cup ranking 2018 & 2019|
|- 8 gold medals in senior European cup events|
|2017-2019||- Double World Youth Champion 2017 & 2019|
Candice David, the discreet one / Downhill skiing, multi-discipline
Candice learned to ski alongside her ski instructor dad on the slopes at Montchavin - Les Coches. After several years with the village ski club, she joined the La Plagne Club des Sports aged 16 and started competing on the FIS circuit in the U18 category. She was rapidly invited to join the Comité de Savoie before being selected for the youth/junior federal group in June 2020. As regards her studies, Candice has also come a long way since she was at Montchavin - Les Coches primary school. In September 2019, she started a 3 year “Marketing Techniques” degree course at Annecy. On skis, Candice’s path is now clearly marked out: European cup circuits then on to the World Cup competitions.
Candice David’s rankings
- qualified for the Junior World championships
Amélie Schneider, the intrepid one / Ski cross
Like most of her fellow competitors from La Plagne, Amélie is a "pure product" of the Club des Sports (the club that the kids join when they are very young and which is a real breeding ground for champions). After three years competing in downhill skiing on the FIS circuit, she ended up moving to ski cross, a particularly technical discipline, which suits her strong character better. Two knee injuries did not prevent Amélie from winning a number of medals in European cup events. Amélie joined the French team in June 2020 and started competing on the World Cup circuit (23rd in the overall ranking). She is deeply attached to her resort and still lives in La Plagne.
Amélie Schneider’s rankings
4th in the Junior World Championships in 2012
2 top 15 places in the World Cup