French women ski jumping team.
Troops review of this female team equiped with Julbo helmets, goggles and glasses.
With the Olympian Coline Mattel at the lead.
The whole female French ski jumping team is about to launch into the season. They will be equipped with julbo helmets, goggles and glasses. Damien Maître, the coach, presents the squad.
Coline Mattel (Les Contamines-Montjoie)
«Coline shone bright in Sochi 2014 for the Olympic Games with the first ever french medal in ladies ski jumping. She has some top results at a world level with several medal in World Cup circuit. She had two rough years but she is brilliant and I think she’s on her way back. Coline has an artist touch, she plays theater !”
Olympics Games: 3d in Sotchi (2014)
World Cup : 3d (2011) ; 4th (2013) ; 5th (2009) ;
Junior World Cup : 1st juniors (2011) ; 2 d (2010-2014) ; 3d (2009)
World Championship : 3d overall (2013) ; Victory in Sochi (2012) and Sapporo (2013)
Léa Lemare (Courchevel)
«Léa is only 20 years old but she has thirtheen years of ski jumping behind her. She is one of the most experienced of the group. She is from Courchevel and grew up in the ski jumping culture. She was part of the mixt team that did 3rd at the Grand Prix d’Ete in 2014. It was a very emotional day for everybody but particularly for her.»
Olympics Games: 1st participation (Sotchi, 2014)
Youth Olympics Games: 4th HS 75 (2012)
Juniors World Championship: 2d Team HS 100 (2013) ; 5th Team HS 109 (2012) ; 10th HS 100 (2013) ;
World Cup: 8th ni Rasnov (2014) ;
Grand Prix d’été: 3d mixt team Courchevel (2014)
Julia Clair (Xonrupt)
«Julia is from the Vosges mountains, another ski jumping talent pool in France. She is one of the best flyer among the circuit. She shown us in 2014 that she has what it takes to be on a World Cup podium. She will do it again !»
World Championship: 8th Team HS 100 (2015) Juniors World Championship: 2d Team HS 100 (2013) ; 3rd Team HS 100 (2014) Best Best World Cup result: 3rd à Planica (2014)
Océane Avocat Gros (Annemasse)
« Océane has an alpine skiing background. She made it to podiums at team juniors World Champ. She competed at the continental scale but she gained confidence to reach now the world circuit.»
Juniors World Championship : 2d Team HS 100 (2013)
Lucile Morat (Courchevel)
« Youngest of the group, she will take her first steps in World Cup this winter. She has a bright potential. She claimed two continental cups last winter and stepped on the podium at Alpen Cup. She is a true competitor and she knows what she wants.»
Continental Cup : Winner in Oberwiesenthal (2016) ;
Alpen Cup : 2d in Baiersbronn (2016).
May the season be bright young ladies !!
The goggles they will be using this season : BANG NEXT