Jason Lamy Chappuis, who had his first skiing experience on his dad's back when he was just one year old, can be truly considered one of the Greats of Nordic Combined. He discovered his passion for combining ski jumping and cross-country skiing when he moved to France in 1991 after living in the USA the first five years of his life. Since then, Lamy Chappuis has won nearly everything there is to win in Nordic Combined: he's a World Champion, Olympic medalist and multiple-times overall World Cup winner.
Flying is his passion - not only in ski jumping, but also off the hills. So, it's no wonder that Lamy Chappuis is taking flying lessons since he was 18 years old, is sometimes supporting the French ski jumping team or starting as a trial jumper on the ski flying hill in Planica.
|1644711.01.2015||Gundersen LH HS118/10.0 K||Chaux-Neuve||FRA||World Cup||4|
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|1644004.01.2015||Gundersen NH HS106/10.0 K||Schonach||GER||World Cup||22|
|1642621.12.2014||Gundersen NH HS98/10.0 Km||Ramsau||AUT||World Cup||1|
|1641207.12.2014||Gundersen LH HS138/10.0 K||Lillehammer||NOR||World Cup||3|
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