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Chloé Trespeuch was born on April 13, 1994 in Bourg Saint Maurice.
She spent her childhood between Val Thorens, where she quickly developed a passion for gliding sports, and Saint-Jean-de-
Monts in Vendée where she finds winter feelings by practicing horse riding and especially jumping.
Chloé becomes familiar with the snowboard thanks to her brother Léo, member of the French
National team.
In 2007, she took part in her first snowboard competition and in 2009
, after 5 French Champion titles, she joined the Snowboard center of Albertville in sport-studies where she will get a bac ES.
At only 16 years old, she joined the French National Team and became European Vice Champion of Snowboard Cross.
In 2011, she won the titles of European Champion and Junior Vice World
Champion.
On March 24, 2011, Chloé was competing for her first World Cup in Arosa and ending 6th of the final.
On February 16, 2014, Chloe realized a big achievement at only 19 years old by winning a bronze medal at the Sochi Olympics in Snowboard Cross, just 8 months after a huge injury of the left knee.
Then, she continued to climb on the podiums in World Cup (16 in Individual at the beginning of the season 2018-2019) and won a silver medal at the World Championships in 2017.
She also became World Champion by team the same year in Sierra Nevada with her teammate Nelly Moenne Loccoz.
In addition, Chloé wanted to continue her studies.
She holds a Marketing DUT in Annecy and wishes to integrate a license in the coming months. She belongs to the program Athletes SNCF that helps athletes for the future.
2018 will be a key year in Chloe’s career.
Even she was disappointed by her 5 th place in PyeongChang Olympic Games, his end of seasonnwas fabulous!
She grabbed six World cup podiums, the 2nd place of the Individual Final Ranking and the crystal globe by team.

On August 21, after three months of physical training, Chloe is victim of a rupture of the ligaments of the ankle. After that she came back on the world cup podium in March 2019.

Goals : Cristal globe (winner of the World Cup ranking) / Medals on the Bejing Olympics Games in 2022