Arnaud Bovolenta started his career off as an Alpine skier, where he mostly raced in FIS competitions. He had his first ever Ski Cross World Cup start in 2008 in Flaine (FRA). Between 2008-2010 he raced in the European Cup and in the season of 2009/10, he ended up in first rank of the European Cup standings.
Bovolenta earned his first top-10 spot in the World Cup in December 2010 in Innichen, finishing 7th. It was also in Innichen, where the Frenchman earned his first-ever World Cup podium spot, getting in third in December 2016.
In total his career consisted of 112 World Cup starts, five podiums and one victory in Sunny Valley in 2017 The French athlete participated in two World Championships, the first having been in Deer Valley 2011, where he finished in 12th rank and in Kreischberg 2015 , where he came in 10th.
The greatest success of the Frenchman, who originally comes from Albertville, must have been the silver medal of the OWG in Sochi 2014, where the French swept the podium with Jean-Frédéric Chapuis taking the win, Bovolenta winning silver and Jonathan Midol earning bronze. That was a memorable day for the French sport for sure.