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Stephane Tissot

Né le : 30 mai 1979 (38 ans)
Nationalité : France

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La biographie de Stephane Tissot
Stéphane Tissot fait ses débuts professionnels en Coupe du Monde en 2001, l'année de ses vingt-deux ans. Ses débuts sont difficiles, le slalomeur français ne finissant que très rarement dans les trente meilleurs. Au cours de ses 32 premières courses, il ne s'est classé que six fois dans les points. Sa meilleure place, était à l'époque une dixième place. Sa carrière ne décolle réellement que pendant la saison 2005-2006. Mi-décembre, Stéphane Tissot termine deuxième du slalom de Beaver Creek –sur la même piste où il avait finit dixième un an plus tôt- derrière l'Italien Giorgio Rocca. Cette saison le voit devenir régulier. Le Français termine l'année par un nouveau podium à Aare (Suède) et prend ainsi la 6eme place du classement de la coupe du monde de slalom. Pour la saison 2006-2007, son objectif est clairement affiché : "remporter le globe de cristal de la spécialité". La partie s'annonce serrée avec Benjamin Raich et Giorgio Rocca. Palmarès : Champion de France de slalom : 2002, 2005 Meilleur résultat en Coupe du Monde : 2e en slalom : 12/2005, 03/2006

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