Maxence Muzaton, a voluntary athlete
Maxence Muzaton started in the European Cup in 2008 and won his first official FIS race at the end of 2009.
He evolves and continues to progress from season to season. He finally reached the top ten in a speed race in 2018, placing seventh in the Wengen downhill.
At his first Winter Olympics in 2018, in Pyeongchang, he finished 23rd in the downhill and 18th in the super G. After the games, he signed another good result with a sixth place in the Finals in Åre.
Then he became French champion in downhill and combined in 2019. This winter, he signs his best result in the world with a 25th place in the Alpine combined in Åre.
Maxence Muzaton found his best level during the 2019-2020 season, achieving the best stage of his career in the World Cup in Bormio, where he finished fifth, then ninth in downhill. He also made his mark in Austria, finishing fifth in the downhill in Kitzbühel, and then in the downhill in Saalbach, where he placed eighth.
In 2022, he took part in his second Olympic Games, in Beijing, skiing only the downhill for an 11th place final, which is his best result since early 2020.
We can’t wait to see him on the Eclipse slope in 2023 and why not go for a medal!