The next generation of Swiss-French athletes on the World Championships piste

In four years' time, they might be at the starting gate for the World Championships in Crans-Montana. Young skiers from Western Switzerland are at least dreaming of it. This weekend, Arnaud Boisset, Rémi Cuche and Denis Corthay, who are competing in the European Cup, will be opening proceedings for the women's World Cup races.

Thanks to the good relationship between the NLZ centre in Brig and Patrice Morisod, head of the Crans-Montana races, the talented young Swiss skiers have a chance to test themselves on the Mont Lachaux piste, one of the most demanding in the women's World Cup circuit. To the delight of the athletes, and their coach Cyprien Richard too.

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