Pierre Gignoux

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Pierre Gignoux
Born (1967-05-19) May 19, 1967 (age 48)
Grenoble, France

Pierre Gignoux (born May 19, 1967) is a French ski mountaineer.

Gignoux was born in Grenoble and competed first in the Trans Mont Blanc race in 1994. Since 1995 he has been member of the French national team.

Together with Stéphane Brosse he has held the ski mountaineering record on the Mont Blanc since May 30, 2003 with a total time of 5 hours 15 minutes 47 seconds.[1][2] Amongst others, he won three times the European Cup and four times the French Championships.[3]

Gignoux enjoys also mountaineering, cross-country skiing, paragliding and street as well as mountain bicycle racing.

Selected results[edit]

  • 1997:
    • 2nd, French national ranking[4]
  • 1998:
    • 2nd, French national ranking[5]
  • 2000:
    • 1st, French national ranking[7]
    • 5th (and 3rd in "seniors I" class ranking), Patrouille des Glaciers (together with Francis Bibollet and Stéphane Brosse)
  • 2003:
    • 1st, Dolomiti Cup team (together with Stéphan Brosse)[11]
    • 4th, European Championship team race (together with Stéphane Brosse)
  • 2004:

Pierra Menta[edit]

Main article: Pierra Menta
  • 1995: 5th, together with Olivier Pasteur
  • 1996: 4th, together with Francis Bibollet
  • 1997: 2nd, together with Yvan Brondex
  • 1998: 2nd, together with Yvan Brondex
  • 1999: 2nd, together with Francis Bibollet
  • 2000: 2nd, together with Francis Bibollet
  • 2001: 1st, together with Stéphane Brosse
  • 2002: 2nd, together with Stéphane Brosse
  • 2003: 2nd, together with Stéphane Brosse

Trofeo Mezzalama[edit]

Main article: Trofeo Mezzalama


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