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France selects for the coming season

May 18, 2023·Alpine Skiing
KRANJSKA GORA, SLOVENIA - MARCH 12: Alexis Pinturault of Team France takes 3rd place during the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men's Giant Slalom on March 12, 2023 in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. (Photo by Stanko Gruden/Agence Zoom)

“Le Equipes de France” selects and rejuvenates.

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On the women’s side, there are no significant changes in France other than a smaller and rejuvenated team following the retirements of Tessa Worley, Nastasia Noens and Coralie Frasse-Sombet.

Here is the women's selection.

On the men's side, with David Chastan promoted to director of all Alpine skiing, Frédéric Perrin will now be the head coach and Kevin Page will be at the head of the technical team with Romain Velez, Fabien Munier (Alexis Pinturault's former coach) and Thomas Maitre.  Alexis Pinturault will have two new coaches in his structure, Austrian Martin Sprenger and Maxime Tissot.

Here too, a rejuvenated Equipe de France with the inclusion from the B of Steven Amiez, Léo Anguenot, Hugo Desgrippes, Paco Rassat and Florian Loriot in the technical disciplines and Nils Alphand in the speed event.

Here is the men's selection.