François-Cyrille Grange

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François-Cyrille Grange (born 1983) is a French alpine skier who competed in the early 2000s.


He was known for colighting the Olympic Flame with Michel Platini at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville.

Grange's only alpine skiing event was in France in 2000 where he finished 21st in the giant slalom and 40th in the slalom events

His younger brother is World Champion Jean-Baptiste Grange.


Olympic Games
Preceded by
Robyn Perry
Final Winter Olympic Torchbearer
with Michel Platini

Albertville 1992
Succeeded by
Haakon Magnus, Crown Prince of Norway