Frenchwoman Chloé Trespeuch wins in Deux-Alpes

At 29 years old and after second place in the mixed team on Saturday, Chloé Trespeuch won the first stage of the Snowboardcross World Cup in Les Deux-Alpes, in Isère, on Sunday.

The French Chloe Trespeuch won the first stage of the snowboardcross World Cup in Deux-Alpes in Isère on Sunday.

Already second in the mixed team on Saturday with Loan Bozzolo, Trespeuch (29) confirms his very good form at the start of the season by signing his fifth World Cup victory.

She beat the Italian Michaela Moioli and the Australian Belle Brockhoff on Sunday.

Trespeuch, Olympic runner-up in the discipline, finished second overall last season and announced she was aiming for the crystal globe this season.

Another Frenchwoman in the running, Julia Pereira de Sousa Mabileau won the small final, her best World Cup result since March 2021.

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