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  Manuel FELLER (AUT)

Born on 13 October 1992.
- 3 World Cup wins
He is a slalom and giant slalom specialist. He won the first World Cup race of his career on 16 January 2021 in Flachau.


Born on 16 August 1995.
- 5 World Cup victories
- World Champion and winner of the Crystal Globe in 2021

  Michael MATT (AUT)

Born on 13 May 1993.
- 1 World Cup win: Kranjska Gora 2016/2017 (Slalom)
- 2022: 1st place at the Olympic Games (mixed team parallel)


Born on 5 December 1986.
- 1 World Cup win 2021-2022: Kitzbühel Slalom
He took part in his first World Cup race in December 2009 and has competed in the Olympic Games in 2010, 2014, 2018 and 2022. He has put in a string of good performances this year and could be on the podium.

  Daniel YULE (SUI)

Born on 18 February 1993.
- 6 World Cup victories
3rd in the 2023 Slalom World Cup rankings and a frequent participant in legendary events, he will be hungry for victory in Chamonix. There's no doubt that this year, he'll want to be at the front of the pack.


Born on 2 July 1994.
Henrik Kristoffersen is the man with one of the most impressive World Cup records. Winner of the Chamonix Slalom in 2021, the fine Norwegian technician won't be content with making up the numbers.


Born on 4 May 1992.
Ramon Zenhaeusern has turned the slalom rules on their head by imposing his giant-killer style (he is 2m tall) and unique trajectories. As likeable as he is effective, the Swiss slalom winner in Chamonix in 2023 has his sights set on a podium finish.

  Clément NOËL (FRA)

Born on 3 May 1997.
- Olympic slalom champion in 2022
- 20 podium finishes in slalom, including 10 victories
- Double winner in Chamonix in 2020 and 2021
The talented Frenchman will be the man to beat and the headliner of the French national team.



Born on 1st october 1991
• Double world champion, downhill and Super G in Cortina in 2021
• 33 podium finishes, including 17 World Cup victories in Super G and downhill.
• 1 small crystal globe (super-G, 2021)


Born on 14 July 1992.
- 2021 and 2023: 1st World Cup Downhill Val Gardena, Italy
The skier from Palisades Tahoe is one of the tallest men on the circuit. Winner and 3rd in the Val Gardena downhills this winter, his aim will be to be in a good position for the downhills in Chamonix.

  Dominik PARIS (ITA)

Born on 14 April 1989
- 22 World Cup victories
- Kandahar 2016: Victory in Downhill, 2nd in Alpine Combined
- 2019: World Champion (Super G)
- 2013: 2nd in the World Championships (Downhill)te)


Born on 8 October 1997.
- 27 World Cup wins
- 2023: 2 times World Champion (Giant Slalom, Downhill)
- 2023/2024: Several times winner in Giant Slalom: Alta Badia, Val d'Isère


Born on 3 May 1997.
- World Super G champion 2023
- 3rd in the 2022 Olympic Combined


Born on 29 November 1991.
The Chamonix native, who caused a surprise in 2016 by finishing in the top 10 (9th, a performance somewhat overshadowed by that of another Chamonix native Guillermo Fayed, in 4th place), is one of the skiers who could go down in history. History would be beautiful if he were to inscribe his name on this legendary piste, and the whole Chamonix valley believes he will!


Born on 2nd January 1994.
In fine form this season, with five Top 10 finishes in the downhill, Nils Allègre can set his sights even higher, and why not claim his first podium? A native of the Hautes-Alpes and a member of the Serre Chevalier club, Nils Allègre is currently 7th in the World Cup rankings. Stay tuned...

  Cyprien SARRAZIN (FRA)

Born on 13 October 1994.
The revelation of the winter, Cyprien Sarrazin has become a star of world alpine skiing in just a few weeks after 4 World Cup victories: Bormio, Wengen (Super-G) and a historic double in the Kitzbühel downhill. A regular on the podium this season and just six points behind Marco Odermatt in the World Cup downhill rankings, he is one of the men to watch on the Kandahar.

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