Benjamin Cavet

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Ben Cavet skiing the moguls

Benjamin Cavet (born 1 January 1994 in Maidstone, Kent) is a freestyle skier specialising in mogul skiing. At the age of 10 he moved to France with his parents and joined the Chatel ski club. He became a French citizen in 2012. He had not been offered funding from the UK.[1] He competed for France in the moguls at the Winter Olympics 2014.[2]

In 2014, he was placed eighth in the Sochi Winter Olympics, had his first podium in World Cup in La Plagne, France and also became Junior World Champion in dual moguls.[3] In 2016, Ben was on the podium three times and finished third overall in the FIS World Cup series.[4] The season 2016-17 has been the most successful yet for Ben Cavet, he was on the podium six times in World Cup Moguls and finished 2nd overall. At the World Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain he was crowned vice-world champion.[5]

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