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Here Are The Winners Of The French Rollerski Championships

The French Rollerski Championships took place this weekend in Arçon, Doubs department. On the program, it was a classic sprint on Saturday and a skating individual start on Sunday.

Photo: Sebastian Lamotte/Bildbyran

230826 Petter Northug, Norge, under Alliansloppet 48km Elit den 26 augusti 2023 i Trollhättan. Foto: Sebastian LaMotte / BILDBYRÅN / COP 103 / SL0071

The weekend started with the classic sprint, and after the qualifications, we knew that it would be exciting heats as all the bests were qualified. We can name, of course, Lucas Chanavat, Richard Jouve, and Arnaud Chautemps on the male side and Léna Quintin on the female side.

Despite the apparent domination of Chanavat in the qualification (he won 4 seconds ahead of Jouve), he couldn’t resist Jouve, who was the stronger in the final. Jouve is the new French Rollerski Champion, followed by Chanavat and Jay. Thomas Joly, Team Nordic Expérience, finished in 6th place after falling in the final.

On the women’s side, Léna Quintin dominated the whole day: she won both the qualification and finals. The podium includes Mélissa Gal in second and Eve-Ondine Duchaufour in the third position.

On Sunday’s program: 9km individual skating for the women and 16km for the men. For the women’s side, it was not a surprise that Delphine Claudel won, 24 seconds ahead of Flora Dolci. Juliette Ducordeau completed the podium, 33 seconds off the lead.

On the men’s side, it’s Hugo Lapalus who make the difference on the track. After a close match against Renaud Jay, he finally won with almost 10 seconds. Victor Lovera finished third, 28 seconds off the lead. Maurice Manificat, ill, did not start.

Now the French Team goes to Ramsau for a training camp and ski on snow!  

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