Adrien théaux’s conferences
You could say that Adrien Théaux was born with skis on his feet. Born in Tarbes, at the foot of the French Pyrenees, he showed his early promise in the Giant Slalom at the 2004 World Cup in Kranjska Gora (SLO).
His first points soon followed in 2005 with the Super Combined in Val d’Isère (FRA). Adrien had his first win in the World Cup in 2011, in the Downhill in Lenzerheide (SUI). In the same season he won two further medals – in the Super-G in Beaver Creek (USA) and in the mythical downhill in Kitzbuehel (AUT).
The next few seasons saw Adrien becoming one of the regular favourites in World Cup events, with equally regular medals in various disciplines (13 medals and 3 victories).
At the 2015 World Champioships in Beaver Creek (USA), Adrien had a second dream come true by winning the bronze medal in the Super-G.
His immediate objectives are now to finish in the top 3 of at least one discipline, to win a second World Championship medal (2017 or 2019), and to enter into French skiing history by winning a medal at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
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Bronze Medal Super-G World Championships 2015 Beaver Creek (USA)
3 victories and 13 medals in World Cup events
4th, in World Cup in Val Gardena (ITA) – Downhill
5th, in World Cup in Val d’Isère (FRA) – Downhill
5th, in World Cup in Aspen (USA) – Super G
5th, in World Cup in Aspen (USA) – Downhill
1st, World Cup in Santa Caterina (ITA) Downhill
3th, World Championships Wengen (CH) Super Combined
4th, World Championships Beaver Creek (USA) Super G
4th, World Cup in St. Moritz (CH) Super-G
5th, World Championships Garmisch (GER) Downhill
3th, World Championships in Beaver Creek (USA) Super G
2th, World Championships Saalbach (AUT) Super G
4th, World Championships Kitzbuhel (AUT) Super G
7th, World Cup in Meribel (F) Super-G
3th, World Cup in Lake Louise (CAN) Downhill
3th, World Championships Val Gardena (ITA) Super G
4th, World Championships Bormio (ITA) Downhill
4th, World Championships Kvitfjiell (NOR) Downhill