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ALEXIS PINTURAULT

ALEXIS PINTURAULT

Alexis Pinturault joined the Richard Mille family in January in 2014. The French- Norwegian skier revealed his potential very early on by winning the Giant Slalom Junior Champion at just 18 years old in 2009 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany, thus becoming one of the most promising skiing talents in France. In 2011, Alexis went on to become the winner of the European Cup. The young skier won his first victory this season in the 2014 World Cup on January in Wengen, Switzerland. For his first participation at the Olympic Games in Sotchi, Alexis Pinturault won the bronze medal in giant slalom.

ALEXIS PINTURAULT

ALEXIS PINTURAULT

Alexis Pinturault joined the Richard Mille family in January in 2014. The French- Norwegian skier revealed his potential very early on by winning the Giant Slalom Junior Champion at just 18 years old in 2009 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany, thus becoming one of the most promising skiing talents in France. In 2011, Alexis went on to become the winner of the European Cup. The young skier won his first victory this season in the 2014 World Cup on January in Wengen, Switzerland. For his first participation at the Olympic Games in Sotchi, Alexis Pinturault won the bronze medal in giant slalom.

One of the best skiers in the world

Alexis Pinturault asserts his natural competitive spirit. Richard Mille was quickly seduced by this young and promising talent who has shown great flexibility, capable of competing in all 5 disciplines of alpine skiing (from slalom to downhill). He will take on the most challenging slopes in the world wearing a Richard Mille watch.
Alpine skiing becomes the latest real world laboratory for the brand and its team of designers who relish new challenges.

Classics season kicked off on 7 January 2017 with the men’s giant slalom in Adelboden, where he took his 19th career World Cup win, surpassing French legend Jean-Claude Killy.

The 14th March 2015; Alexis won the men's World Cup giant slalom (2:19.78) in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.

One of the best skiers in the world

With this many victories, the 2014 Sochi Olympic Gold medallist has equalled the record set in 1967 by Jean- Claude Killy, the French skiing legend, which remained intact all these years.
“Matching Killy is very special indeed. I’m thrilled,”

With this many victories, the 2014 Sochi Olympic Gold medallist has equalled the record set in 1967 by Jean- Claude Killy, the French skiing legend, which remained intact all these years.
“Matching Killy is very special indeed. I’m thrilled,”

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