Clement Noel Extends Partnership With Dynastar For Further 3 Years

The 22 year-old French star, ranked second in the 2019 Slalom World Cup behind Marcel Hirscher, will be equipped with Dynastar skis, Lange ski boots and Look bindings until the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing .

After only 25 starts in World Cup, Noel counts 4 podium finishes including 3 victories in Wengen, Kitzbühel and Soldeu and he is naturally one of the contenders for the Slalom crystal globe in the next years.

"It was important for me to sign during the offseason because during the winter we don’t have time to think about it and it allows me to have more free spirit. Knowing that I’m linked with Dynastar for 3 years reassures me and shows the mutual trust that has been built up over the years. My goals for next winter? In Slalom, I hope to continue the momentum of last season even if it will not be easy but I hope to play a leading role and be regular. In Giant Slalom, I would like to progress and take starts in the World Cup, it is one of my main objectives."

oël is from the Remiremont commune in Vosges, in northeastern France. In 2015, he joined the France B team and made his first World Cup debut in November 2016 at Levi, Finland. He became Champion of France of Slalom Elite with Lélex on March 26, 2017, and scored his first points in the World Cup by taking 20th place in the slalom at Val-d'Isère on December 10, 2017. He gained his first top ten by placing eighth in the slalom at Kitzbühel on 21 January 2018, and a few weeks later on 7 February he won the slalom at the Junior World Championships at Davos, Switzerland. Noël competed in his first Olympic Games at Pyeongchang in 2018 and just missed a medal, coming in fourth in the slalom. He gained his first World Cup podium eleven months later with a runner-up finish in the slalom at Adelboden on 13 January 2019.

A week later he won his first race, a slalom in Wengen. At his first World Championships in February, he was seventh in the slalom. Noël is a student at the University of Savoy.

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