Corinne Favre

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Corinne Favre
Born (1970-12-15) December 15, 1970 (age 46)

Corinne Favre (born December 15, 1970) is a French professional ski instructor, competitive ski mountaineer,[1] and champion mountain runner.[2]

In November 2008 she and an accompanying Sherpa suffered a serious accident while descending from the Pumori mountain during an expedition in Nepal.[3] After convalescing, she returned to action in the Championnat de France Vertical Race in January 2009.[4]

Selected results[edit]

Ski mountaineering[edit]

Pierra Menta[edit]

  • 1997: 4th, together with Nathalie Bourillon
  • 1998: 3rd, together with Jana Heczková
  • 1999: 2nd, together with Gloriana Pellissier
  • 2001: 2nd, together with Carole Toïgo
  • 2003: 3rd, together with Carole Toïgo
  • 2004: 2nd, together with Carole Toïgo
  • 2005: 3rd, together with Carole Toïgo
  • 2006: 4th, together with Carole Toïgo
  • 2007: 2nd, together with Nathalie Bourillon
  • 2008: 4th, together with Véronique Lathuraz
  • 2009: 5th, together with Magali Jacquemoud

Patrouille des Glaciers[edit]

  • 1998: 3rd, together with Danielle Hacquard and Véronique Lathuraz
  • 2006: 2nd (together with Véronique Lathuraz and Nathalie Bourillon)
  • 2008: 2nd (together with Laëtitia Roux and Nathalie Bourillon)

Trofeo Mezzalama[edit]

Sky running[edit]

Favre won the Sentiero 4 Luglio SkyMarathon in 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2008. In 2005, she won the Pikes Peak Marathon at her first attempt,[10] and also won the Buff Skyrunner World Series the same year after winning five of the six races in which she competed.[11] She had previously finished second in 2003 despite winning three races, more than any other competitor,[12] and seventh overall in 2004 after placing first and second in the only two races in which she took part.[13] She won her second Skyrunner Series title in 2008,[14] and is also a three-time winner of the race from Base Camp to Lukla on Mount Everest.[15]

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