Daniel Yule's Conferences
From a very early age Daniel Yule exhibited the signs of someone with a very determined character. After a few seasons skiing with the family and with the Champex‐Ferret ski-club, his first ever ski race – on his 5th, birthday – (the Erika Hess Open at La Fouly) gave him the taste! He would go on to join Swiss-Ski and start registering his first points in the European Cup. He started his career in the World Cup with the legendary slalom in Kitzbühel. So, a promising season and, as result, promotion into the WC3 Futures group with as trainer, Didier Plaschy. Although the next season was devoid of any startling results it was, nevertheless, considered a success, with a number of World Cup races under his belt; his first place in the top 10 in the European Cup; and a number of victories in FIS competitions. As a result he was promoted to the WC3 group and found himself with his former trainer, Steve Locher. In the 2013-14 season, Daniel had some excellent results with his first World Cup points in Bormio; 7th place in the Kitzbühel slalom; participation in the Winter Olympics in Sochi; and finished at the top of the classification for slalom in the European Cup.
As a leader in the national team, Daniel attacked the 2016/2017 season with the aim of maintaining the team in the premier group in the World Cup slalom (top 15) and, if possible, to obtain a medal in the World Championships in St. Moritz.
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11th, Slalom – FIS World Cup – Val d’Isère (FRA)
6th, Slalom – FIS World Cup – Madonna di Campiglio (ITA)
4th, Slalom – FIS World Cup – Zagreb (CRO)
8th, Slalom – FIS World Cup – Adelboden (SUI)
5th, Slalom – FIS World Cup – Kitzbuhel (AUT)
15th, Slalom – FIS World Cup – Schladming (AUT)
15th, Slalom – FIS World Cup – Aspen (USA)
6th, Slalom – World Cup – Sta Caterina (ITA)
9th, Slalom – World Cup – Val d’Isère (FRA)
9th, Slalom – World Cup – Naeba (JPN)
11th, Slalom – World Cup – Madonna Campiglio (ITA)
11th, Slalom – World Cup – St. Moritz (SUI)
13th, Slalom – World Cup – Adelboden (SUI)
13th, Slalom – World Cup – Schladming (AUT)
10th, Slalom – World Cup – Levi (FIN)
10th, Slalom – World Cup – Zagreb (CRO)
10th, Slalom – World Cup – Schladming (AUT)
11th, Slalom – World Cup – Kranjska Gora (CRO)
14th, Slalom – World Cup – Are (SWE)
Qualification for Winter Olympics in Sochi (RUS)
7th, Slalom – World Cup – Kitzbuehel (AUT)
17th, Slalom – World Cup – Bormio (ITA)
1st, Slalom – European Cup – Vemdalen (SWE)
2th, Slalom – European Cup – Soldeu (AND)
2th, Slalom – European Cup – Obereggen (ITA)
Qualification for the World Championships in Beaver Creek