- Estelle Alphand at FIS
HEAD World Cup Rebel with racing DNA - Estelle Alphand has the best prerequisites to compete at the very highest level of the World Cup. She is the daughter of French Luc Alphand, who won the overall World Cup in 1996/97. Alphand has a Swedish mother and moved from the French to the Swedish team in 2017. She achieved her best World Cup result with a fifth place in the Slalom in Lienz following her change of national team. Estelle Alphand was particularly successful at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games, winning Gold in Super-G and Silver medals in both the Giant Slalom and Combined event. In 2020 she decided to join the HEAD World Cup Rebels and can now follow in her father's tracks, blasting down the slopes in the speed disciplines.