A few days after Julien Lizeroux, Jean-Baptiste Grange (36) announced this Friday to end his career.
To his list of achievements shine two World Slalom Champion titles in 2011 and 2015 and a bronze medal in 2007, 18 World Cup podiums including 9 victories, the Slalom Crystal Globe in 2009 and nearly 200 World Cup starts. World.
The slalom rider from Valloire has spent more than 15 years with the French Alpine Ski Team.
The double World Slalom champion @jb_grange is putting an end to his sports career.
The FFS thanks him for his career as a high-level athlete and for the state of mind he has shown throughout these years.
Press release: https://t.co/md6PJeDdripic.twitter.com/H1IXvbJbpY
- FFS - French Ski Federation (@FedFranceSki) March 5, 2021
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