Chloé Trespeuch

Chloé Trespeuch.
Professional snowboarder

Biography

Chloé Trespeuch, from Val Thorens, Savoie started extreme sports at an early age. Influenced by her brother who was already competing in international snowboarding competitions, Chloé chose to take up the sport herself.

Like him, she quickly took a liking to competitions, and following good results started competing in European cups in 2009. The following year, at the age of sixteen, she was selected for the French national team.

Since the 2011/12 season, Chloé Trespeuch has become an increasingly prominent boardercross rider on the World Cup circuit. At the same time, she is also studying business at the Institute of Technology.

Achievements

- Bronze medal, Sochi Winter Olympics, February 2014
- Two-time runner up in the Junior World Championships
- 4th in the Senior World Championships
- 4th in the World Cup, European Champion
- 10 French championship titles

To follow her progress, see the links below

- www.snowboard.ikkar.org
- www.trespeuch.com
- www.facebook.com/snow.chloe