Cristina Favre-Moretti

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Cristina Favre-Moretti
Born (1963-08-26) August 26, 1963 (age 55)

Cristina Favre-Moretti, née Moretti (born August 26, 1963), is a Swiss ski mountaineer, long-distance runner and mountain biker. Her twin sister Isabella Crettenand-Moretti also competes in endurance sport events.

Selected results[edit]

Ski mountaineering[edit]

  • 1998:
  • 2003:
    • 1st, European Championship single race
    • 1st, European Championship team race (together with Catherine Mabillard)
    • 1st, European Championship combination ranking
    • 1st, Dolomiti Cup team (together with Catherine Mabillard)[2]
  • 2004:
    • 1st, World Championship single race
    • 1st, World Championship vertical race)
    • 1st, World Championship team race (together with Catherine Mabillard)
    • 1st, World Championship relay race (together with Catherine Mabillard and Isabella Crettenand-Moretti)
    • 1st, World Championship combination ranking
    • 1st, Transcavallo race team
    • 1st, Trophée des Gastlosen, together with Isabella Crettenand-Moretti[3]
  • 2005:
    • 1st, European Championship single race
    • 1st, European Championship vertical race
    • 1st, European Championship team race (together with Isabella Favre-Moretti)
    • 1st, European Championship relay race (together with Isabella Crettenand-Moretti and Gabrielle Magnenat)
    • 1st, European Championship combination ranking

Trofeo Mezzalama[edit]

Pierra Menta[edit]

  • 2004: 1st, together with Catherine Mabillard
  • 2005: 1st, together with Isabella Crettenand-Moretti

Patrouille des Glaciers[edit]

  • 1998: 1st and course record, together with Catherine Mabillard and Sandra Zimmerli
  • 2000: 1st, together with Catherine Mabillard and Sandra Zimmerli
  • 2004: 1st, together with Catherine Mabillard and Isabella Crettenand-Moretti
  • 2008: 3rd, together with Catherine Mabillard and Isabella Crettenand-Moretti

Mountain biking[edit]

Running[edit]

  • 2010:
    • 1st, Iron-Terrific, Crans-Montana[5]

References[edit]