Fast on the piste and in private - Although he started his career specialising in the Slalom and Giant Slalom, Adrien Theaux very quickly discovered his ability in the speed disciplines. 2004 saw his World Cup debut in the Giant Slalom. His first top-ten finish, however, was in the Downhill in Lake Louise in 2004. In the speed disciplines, he soon ranked among the best in the world. The French athlete from Val Thorens won his three World Cup victories in the Downhill. His greatest success so far: the Bronze medal in Super-G at the World Championship in 2015. Adrien Theaux also loves high-speed in his private life. He is a keen motorsport fan and also competes in car races. His hobbies also include surfing, mountain biking, golf and travel.