The transalpine Champion and the strong Swiss athlete won the last Individual race of the 2021/22 season.
Lausanne, 6 April 2022 – Lisa Moreschini and Sebastien Guichardaz, both of Italy, won among U23s, while the Swiss Thibe Deseyn and Thomas Bussard dominated the U20 category. Despite a day with uncertain weather conditions, the French local organising committee, supported by the ISMF Technical Jury’s referees, managed to offer real ski mountaineering tracks. For the Senior men, it included 5 ascents, 4 descents and 2 parts on foot with a positive difference in altitude of 1660 m. The Senior women and the U20 men competed on a course with a vertical gain of 1270 m, while for the U20 women it was of 1090 m. For all of them, the start and finish lines were at the foot of the ski lifts, in front of many tourists who crowded into Flaine ski resort this week.
Among Senior women, the French Axelle Gachet-Mollaret confirmed once again to be the strongest, ahead of the Italian athletes Giulia Murada (2nd place) and Alba De Silvestro (3rd place). Moving to the Senior men, Rémi Bonnet (SUI) was able to finish first, followed by the French William Bon Mardion and the Italian Davide Magnini, finished in second and third position respectively.
Regarding U23 women’s category, Lisa Moreschini (ITA) took home the victory, while her teammate Samantha Bertolina took the second place and Perrine Gindre (FRA) the third one. Sebastien Guichardaz (ITA) triumphed among U23 men over Andreas Mayer (AUT) and Léo Besson (SUI). The Swiss U20 athlete Thibe Deseyn finished first, ahead of her compatriot Caroline Ulrich and Manuela Pedrana (ITA). In the same category, Thomas Bussard (SUI), Anselme Damevin (FRA) and Robin Bussard (SUI) took the first three places respectively.
The French athletes Axelle Gachet-Mollaret and Xavier Gachet were able to win the Individual Specialty Cup. For women, Emily Harrop of France and Alba De Silvestro of Italy completed the podium, while, among men, Michele Boscacci (ITA) and William Bon Mardion (FRA) achieved the second and third position.
The WÜRTH MODYF ISMF World Cup finals will continue tomorrow with the scheduled Vertical race and also in this case the Specialty Cup globes will be awarded.
WÜRTH MODYF ISMF WORLD CUP 2021/22 – INDIVIDUAL SPECIALTY CUP – FINAL RANKING
Senior Men: 1. Xavier Gachet (FRA) p. 531; 2. Michele Boscacci (ITA) p. 498; 3. William Bon Mardion (FRA) p. 415.
Senior Women: 1. Axelle Gachet-Mollaret (FRA) p. 600; 2. Emily Harrop (FRA) p. 479; 3. Alba De Silvestro (ITA) p. 447.
U23 Men: 1. Paul Verbnjak (AUT) p. 505; 2. Matteo Sostizzo (ITA) p. 433; 3. Andreas Mayer (AUT) p. 412.
U23 Women: 1. Katia Mascherona (ITA) p. 525; 2. Marie Charlotte Iratzoquy (FRA) p. 355; 3. Perrine Gindre (FRA) p. 334.
U20 Men: 1. Thomas Bussard (SUI) p. 490; 2. Anselme Damevin (FRA) p. 421; 3. Robin Bussard (SUI) p. 408.
U20 Women: 1. Caroline Ulrich (SUI) p. 461; 2. Manuela Pedrana (ITA) p. 428; 3. Silvia Berra (ITA) p. 406.
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Founded in 2007, the International Ski Mountaineering Federation ISMF is the global governing body for ski mountaineering competitions. Since 2016, the organization is officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee IOC. Its main goals are the promotion, regulation and development of the ski mountaineering sport worldwide. Based in Lausanne, Switzerland, the ISMF’s membership consists of 40 national mountaineering or ski sports federations in Europe, Asia and the Americas. The ISMF organizes ski mountaineering World Cups events and World Championships. For the first time, ski mountaineering has been a medal sport at the 2020 Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne Switzerland and has recently been included in the programme of the Olympic Winter Games Milano Cortina 2026.
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