|Women's Alpine Skiing|
|Gold||1970 Val Gardena||Combined|
|Silver||1974 St. Moritz||Slalom|
Born at Le Pont-de-Beauvoisin, she won the Alpine Skiing World Cup of the 1970 season and World Champion in the combined event (1970). As of 2011[update], she is the last and only French alpine skier to win the Women's Overall Alpine Skiing World Cup.
World Cup victories
|9 February 1969||Sterzing||Giant Slalom|
|14 March 1969||Mont Sainte-Anne||Giant Slalom|
|12 December 1969||Val-d'Isère||Slalom|
|4 January 1970||Oberstaufen||Giant Slalom|
|6 January 1970||Grindelwald||Slalom|
|27 February 1970||Vancouver||Giant Slalom|
|8 January 1971||Oberstaufen||Giant Slalom|
|9 January 1971||Oberstaufen||Slalom|
|20 January 1971||Schruns||Downhill|
|20 February 1971||Sugarloaf||Giant Slalom|
- "World Ski Crown to Canadian". Windsor Star. 14 February 1970. Retrieved 31 January 2011.
- "Rare Win for Wenzel in Slalom". Windsor Star. 8 February 1974. p. 23. Retrieved 31 January 2011.
- "World Cup results". Montreal Gazette. 2 March 1970. Retrieved 31 January 2011.
- "FIS-Ski - Cup Standings". Federeation Internationale de Ski. Archived from the original on 31 January 2011.
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