Roger Vidosa

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Roger Vidosa
Roger Vidosa FIS-Slalom Hinterstoder 2010.jpg
Country Andorra
Full name Roger Vidosa Riba
Born (1984-02-29)February 29, 1984
La Massana, Andorra
Height 184 cm (6 ft 0 in)
Ski club Arinsal Pal
Roger Vidosa
— Alpine skier —
Roger Vidosa FIS-Slalom Hinterstoder 2010.jpg
Disciplines Giant Slalom, Slalom, Super Combined, Super G, Downhill
Retired April 2013

Roger Vidosa (born February 29, 1984 in La Massana) was an Andorran alpine skier.[1] He represented Andorra at the 2006 Winter Olympics and at the 2010 Winter Olympics.[2]

Best results[edit]

Fis Race results[edit]

Slalom

1st place - 5 times
2nd place - 9 times
3rd place - 3 times

Giant Slalom

1st place - 5 times
2nd place - 7 times
3rd place - 1 time

Fis World Cup[edit]

Super Combined - 22
Downhill - 46
Super G - 33

Olympic Games[edit]

2006 Winter Olympics

Combined - 28
Downhill - 50
Slalom - 27

2010 Winter Olympics

Downhill - 48
Super G - 33
Super combined - 25

World Ski Championships[edit]

2005 Bormio World Ski Championships

Giant Slalom - 39
Slalom - 36

2007 Are World Ski Championships

Downhill - 46
Super G - 55
SuperCombined - 28

After Retirement[edit]


Roger Vidosa retired as an Alpine Skier in April 2013. After retirement he became a Ski Instructor in Andorra for 5 months and then in Leeds, United Kingdom for 10 months. He took up the job of a Personal Trainer in July 2013 at The Gym Group in Leeds, UK for an year.

He studied at Paul Sabatier University for an year and became Strength and Conditioning Coach at Track League of Midi-Pyrenees, Toulouse Area, France in December 2014 where he works till date.

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