Aurelie Revillet hangs up the skis

16 April 2012 16:00
Aurélie Reveillet
Aurélie Reveillet -
FIS

After ten years on the French ladies' national team, the speed specialist Aurélie Revillet has decided to end her racing career. Revillet, three-time French champion in downhill (2006, 2009 & 2010), recorded a fifth place finish in the downhill Tarvisio in 2009 and a 7th place finish in Garmisch-Partenkirchen this season as her best results.

The 26-year-old from Arêches Beaufort debuted in the World Cup on 19th December 2006 in Val d'Isere (FRA) and competed in a total of 81 World Cups. She participated in two editions of FIS Alpine World Ski Championship, finishing 12th in the downhill at the home Worlds in Val d' Isere in 2009. At the Games, her best result was the 17th place in the downhill in Vancouver.

The French Ski Federation FFS thanks Aurélie for her many years of service as a top level of athlete and great team spirit over the years and wishes her all the best in her future projects.