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Mathieu Bozzetto

Mathieu Bozzetto
Medal record
Men's snowboarding
Competitor for  France
Winter Olympics
Bronze 2010 Vancouver Parallel giant slalom
FIS Snowboarding World Championships
Silver 1999 Berchtesgaden Parallel Slalom
Silver 2003 Kreischberg Parallel Slalom

Mathieu Bozzetto (born November 16, 1973) is a professional snowboarder from France. His specialties are the parallel slalom and parallel giant slalom.[1]

Career highlights

Olympic Winter Games[2]
1998 - Nagano, 5th at giant slalom
2002 - Salt Lake City, 6th at parallel giant slalom
2006 - Torino, 4th at parallel giant slalom
2010 - Vancouver, 3rd Bronze medal at parallel giant slalom
FIS World Snowboard Championships[3]
1997 - Innichen, 4th at giant slalom
1999 - Berchtesgaden, 14th at giant slalom
1999 - Berchtesgaden, 13th at parallel gs
1999 - Berchtesgaden, 2nd 2nd at parallel slalom
2001 - Madonna di Campiglio, 86th at giant slalom
2001 - Madonna di Campiglio, 5th at parallel slalom
2001 - Madonna di Campiglio, 8th at parallel gs
2003 - Kreischberg, 4th at parallel giant slalom
2003 - Kreischberg, 2nd 2nd at parallel slalom
2007 - Arosa, 10th at parallel gs
2007 - Arosa, 5th at parallel slalom
World Cup[4]
1998 - Grächen, 2nd 2nd at giant slalom
1998 - Tandadalen, 2nd 2nd at parallel gs
1998 - Ischgl, 3rd 3rd at parallel slalom
1999 - Morzine, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
1999 - Morzine, 2nd 2nd at parallel gs
1999 - Park City, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
1999 - Park City, 3rd 3rd at giant slalom
1999 - Asahikawa, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
1999 - Naeba, 2nd 2nd at parallel slalom
1999 - Olang, 1st 1st at parallel gs
1999 - Olang, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
1999 - Whistler, 1st 1st at giant slalom
1999 - Mont-Sainte-Anne, 1st 1st at giant slalom
2000 - Morzine, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2000 - Berchtesgaden, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2000 - Gstaad, 2nd 2nd at giant slalom
2000 - Tandadalen, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2000 - Tandadalen, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2000 - Ischgl, 1st 1st at parallel slalom (1)
2000 - Livigno, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2000 - Livigno, 1st 1st at giant slalom
2000 - Ischgl, 1st 1st at parallel slalom (2)
2001 - Kreischberg, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2001 - Bad Gastein, 3rd 3rd at parallel slalom
2001 - München, 3rd 3rd at parallel slalom
2001 - Berchtesgaden, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2001 - Berchtesgaden, 3rd 3rd at parallel gs
2001 - Ruka, 3rd 3rd at parallel gs
2001 - Valle Nevado, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2001 - Tignes, 3rd 3rd at parallel gs
2001 - Ischgl, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2001 - Mont-Sainte-Anne, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2002 - Arosa, 3rd 3rd at parallel gs
2002 - Sapporo, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2002 - Sapporo, 2nd 2nd at parallel slalom
2002 - Ruka, 3rd 3rd at parallel slalom
2002 - Sölden, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2002 - Sölden, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2002 - Tandadalen, 2nd 2nd at parallel slalom
2002 - Whistler, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2002 - Stoneham, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2003 - Bad Gastein, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2003 - Maribor, 3rd 3rd at parallel slalom
2003 - Sapporo, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2003 - Sapporo, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2003 - Serre Chevalier, 3rd 3rd at parallel gs
2003 - Serre Chevalier, 3rd 3rd at parallel slalom
2003 - Arosa, 2nd 2nd at parallel gs
2003 - Stoneham, 2nd 2nd at parallel gs
2004 - Bad Gastein, 2nd 2nd at parallel slalom
2004 - Alpe d'Huez, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2004 - Sapporo, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2004 - Sapporo, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2004 - Mount Bachelor, 2nd 2nd at parallel gs
2004 - Bardonecchia, 2nd 2nd at parallel gs
2005 - Sierra Nevada, 2nd 2nd at parallel slalom
2006 - Kreischberg, 2nd 2nd at parallel gs
2006 - Shukolovo, 2nd 2nd at parallel slalom
2007 - Nendaz, 2nd 2nd at parallel slalom (1)
2007 - Sungwoo, 3rd 3rd at parallel gs
2007 - Landgraaf, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
2007 - Nendaz, 1st 1st at parallel slalom (2)
2008 - Bad Gastein, 1st 1st at parallel slalom
South American Cup[5]
2000 - Catedral, 1st 1st at parallel gs
FIS Races[6]
2000 - Chapelco, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2001 - Alpe d'Huez, 1st 1st at parallel gs
2002 - Chamonix, 1st 1st at parallel gs

References

  1. ^ "BOZZETTO Mathieu".  
  2. ^ "BOZZETTO Mathieu - Olympic Winter Games".  
  3. ^ "BOZZETTO Mathieu - FIS World Snowboard Championships".  
  4. ^ "BOZZETTO Mathieu - World Cup - Top 3".  
  5. ^ "BOZZETTO Mathieu - South American Cup".  
  6. ^ "BOZZETTO Mathieu - FIS Races - Top 3".  

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