Maxime LAHEURTE
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Ski nordique
Maxime LAHEURTE
nordic combined - 33 years

A Vosges man among Jura men

A member of the French Nordic combined team since 2002, Maxime Laheurte won the relay gold model with François Braud, Jason Lamy-Chappuis and Sébastien Lacroix in 2013. In 2016, he was ranked 19th in the world.
Crowned French champion in 2017, Maxime still has many great things to accomplish with the French group. During the summer competitions in 2017, he made enormous progress, proof that he has it within himself to get that missing Olympic title, both in the individual and team disciplines. After just missing out on a podium place (Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014), the hunger to score at the 2018 Winter Olympics is stronger than ever.

Maxime's trainer is none other than his brother, which just goes to show how family comes first in the world of Nordic combined.

Pro Team - A special series to shine at the highest level!

To support Julbo athletes in the major sporting competitions of winter 2017-2018, we've created a special series. Thanks to dynamic graphics and carefully chosen color combinations, we'll take our heroes and heroines to new heights and help their medal dreams come true. The contrasting colors of the helmet, goggles and sunglasses are symbolic of the transition from shade to light, evoking both our photochromic lens technologies and our competitors' quest for glory.

They also mean you'll easily spot Maxime Laheurte on the screen or on the course!

Sunglasses and goggles worn by Maxime Laheurte

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