Julien Lizeroux, the “Old Wolf” in the Ski World Cup caravan
Believe it or not, Julien was born on 5 September 1979 in Moûtiers. this makes him 40 years old. He had his debut in the Ski World Cup in 2000, so it means, he is a professional athlete skier on the highest level already for 20 years.
Unfortunately, injures have not helped him during his career. Julien had to skip the season 2012 and season 2013.
Julien is part of the ski club Douanes-La Plagne. La Plagne is part of the Paradiski area and it is one of the biggest skiing areas in Europe. Julien Lizeroux being from Moûtiers gives him a privileged location to have easy access to many great skiing areas like Trois Valles (Val Thorens, Meribel, Courchevel) or Paradiski (La Plagne, Les Arcs) or even Espace Killy (Val d’Isere and Tignes).
In his career, he has been to 3 Winter Olympics. He was on podium 9 times and has been in slalom overall ranked 3rd in 2009 and 2nd in 2010.
He is a man, with a lot of experience not only on professional skiing but as well on life and skiing industry in general.
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