Romane Miradoli, the energy of a fighter

Born with skis on her feet, Romane Miradoli started at the Club des Sports de Flaine, skiing in the powder and slaloming between the poles. This allowed her to join the Mont Blanc Committee in 2009. After a first year spent racing in the big league, she joined the French Ski Federation in 2010 in the “Relève” group. The following year, the “European Cup” group opened its doors to her, where she competed for 4 years before joining the “Women’s World Cup Speed” group in 2015, where she still competes today.

She is French champion in super-g and downhill in 2019 and participates in the Pyeongchong Olympics in 2018 as well as the World Championships in Saint Moritz in 2017 and Are in 2019.

Romane wins the 1st World Cup of her career in Lenzerheide in Super G in a splendid race.

Motivated to continue to evolve in the big league, we can’t wait to see her in 2023 to set the track on fire again.


Her strongest discipline is of course super-G but she is also capable of great things in downhill and giant slalom!