detail-1 Mathieu Faivre

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Mathieu Faivre

Favorite Ski Resort:
Isola 2000
Favorite World Cup:
Adelboden, Beaver Creek
Mathieu Faivre at FIS


World class in Giant Slalom from the start Mathieu Faivre has already achieved something very special in his career. At his World Cup première in 2010 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the French athlete finished 15th to immediately notch up points. In Giant Slalom, Faivre's number one discipline, he became junior World Champion in the same year. Eleven years later, at the 2021 World Championships in Cortina d'Ampezzo, he achieved his greatest success to date winning Gold in the Giant Slalom. Mathieu Faivre was also unbeatable in the Parallel Slalom, and so the French athlete left Cortina as double World Champion. in 2022, he added to his long list of successes with a Bronze medal in the Giant Slalom at the Beijing Olympics. By the end of the 2022/23 season, he had also bagged two Giant Slalom victories in the World Cup; 2016 in Val d’Isere and 2021 in Bansko. In the 2016/17 season Faivre, who was born in Nice and competes for Club Douanes C.S. Isola, finished second in the Giant Slalom overall ranking. He put in a strong performance with the French team at the 2017 World Cup in St. Moritz, where he and his team-mates won Gold.

Career Highlights

World Cup

Year City
Yuzawa Naeba 2nd Giant Slalom
St. Moritz 3rd Giant Slalom
Val d´Isère 1st Giant Slalom
Alta Badia 2nd Giant Slalom
Year City
Aspen 3rd Giant Slalsom
Year City
Saalbach Hinterglemm 3rd Giant Slalom
Year City
Sölden 2nd Giant Slalom

World Championships

Year City
Cortina d'Ampezzo 1st Giant Slalom
Cortina d'Ampezzo 1st Parallel
Year City
St. Moritz 1st Alpine Team Event

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