Yannick Ecoeur

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Yannick Ecoeur
Personal information
Born (1981-08-23) August 23, 1981 (age 33)
Martigny VS, Switzerland

Yannick Ecoeur (born August 23, 1981) is a Swiss ski mountaineer and mountain runner.

Ecoeur was born in Martigny VS. He started ski mountaineering in 2003 and has been member of the national team since 2005.

Selected results[edit]

Ski mountaineering[edit]

  • 2007:
    • 2nd, European Championship relay race (together with Alain Rey, Florent Troillet and Alexander Hug)
    • 6th, European Championship team race (together with Alain Rey)
  • 2009:
    • 3rd, European Championship relay race (together with Florent Troillet, Marcel Marti and Pierre Bruchez)
    • 7th, European Championship team race (together with Marcel Marti)
    • 8th, European Championship single race
  • 2011:
    • 2nd, World Championship relay, together with Marcel Theux, Martin Anthamatten and Marcel Marti
    • 3rd, World Championship sprint
    • 7th, World Championship single race
  • 2012:
    • 1st, European Championship relay, together with Martin Anthamatten, Marcel Theux and Alan Tissières
    • 3rd, European Championship team, together with Martin Anthamatten
    • 4th, European Championship sprint
    • 4th, World Championship vertical, combined ranking
    • 9th, European Championship single
    • 2nd, Patrouille de la Maya, together with Martin Anthamatten and Florent Troillet[5]

Trofeo Mezzalama[edit]

Main article: Trofeo Mezzalama
  • 2005: 5th, together with Stéphane Gay and Didier Moret
  • 2007: 8th, together with Alain Rey and Ernest Farquet
  • 2009: 6th, together with Marcel Marti and Martin Anthamatten
  • 2011: 5th, together with Martin Anthamatten and Marcel Marti[6]

Patrouille des Glaciers[edit]

  • 2006: 3rd (and 1st in international military teams ranking), together with Cpl Rico Elmer and Pvt E-2 Florent Troillet[7]
  • 2008: 7th (and 1st in the international military teams ranking), together with Garde-frontière Pierre Bruchez and Garde-frontière Marcel Marti[8]
  • 2010: 1st, together with Martin Anthamatten and Florent Troillet[9]

Pierra Menta[edit]

Main article: Pierra Menta
  • 2006: 8th, together with Alain Rey
  • 2008: 7th, together with Reynold Ginier
  • 2009: 9th, together with Pierre Bruchez
  • 2010: 5th, together with Martin Anthamatten
  • 2011: 6th, together with Valentin Favre
  • 2012: 6th, together with Yannick Buffet[10]

Running[edit]

  • 2008:
    • 2nd, Dérupe Vercorin[11]

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