Mathieu Bozetto is a French snowboarder, born in 1976 in Chambéry. His specialties are parallel slalom and parallel giant slalom He participated in 4 Olympics, 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2010, where he won a bronze medal in giant slalom. He placed fourth in the same discipline in 2006.

He won two silver medals in world championship racing also. After retiring from the sport, he came back to competition in 2009, focusing on winning a medal in the Vancouver Olympics. He lost the semis, but he won the “little” final”, obtaining the Bronze medal, the last of his career.

His winners

Olympic Games :

Torino 2006 Olympic Winter Games (Italy):

  • 4th place in parallel slalom.

Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games (Cananda):

  • Bronze medal in parallel slalom.

World’s Championships :

1999 World Championships in Berchtesgaden (Germany):

  • Silver medal in parallel slalom.

2001 World Championships in Kreischberg (Austria):

  • Silver medal in parallel slalom.

World Cup :

  • Winner of the 1999 and 2000 Snowboard World Cup general classification.
  • Winner of the Parallel Slalom World Cup: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003.
  • 35 victories in World Cup events (slalom, parallel giant slalom or parallel slalom) and 64 podiums in total.

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