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Chantal Daucourt

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Current team  Retired
Rider type  Mountain biking
Weight  60 kg
Role  Biker
Name  Chantal Daucourt

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Born  June 23, 1966 (age 55) Biel/Bienne, Switzerland (1966-06-23)
Olympic medals  Cycling at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's cross-country

Similar  Barbara Blatter, Laurence Leboucher, Ruthie Matthes

Chantal Daucourt (born 23 June 1966) is a Swiss professional cross-country mountain biker of the 1990s and 2000s (decade) as well as a competition ski mountaineer.

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Daucourt was born in Biel/Bienne,and grew up in Courroux. She works as a registered nurse at the University Hospital of Lausanne.

  • 1991:
  • 1st, European Mountain Bike cross-country Championships
  • 2nd, Groesbeek, Netherlands
  • 3rd, Berlin, Germany
  • 1992:
  • 3rd, European Mountain Bike cross-country Championships
  • 3rd, UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, cross-country
  • 1st, Hunter Mountain, United States
  • 1st, Mount Snow, United States
  • 2nd, Kirchzarten, Germany
  • 3rd, Klosters, Switzerland
  • 1993:
  • 1st, European Mountain Bike cross-country Championships
  • 1st, "Rund Um die Rigi" (arounf the Rigi), Gersau, Switzerland
  • 3rd, Bassano del Grappa, Italy
  • 3rd, Mount Snow, United States
  • 1994:
  • 2nd, Swiss Cyclo-cross Championship, Switzerland
  • 3rd, Lenzerheide Switzerland
  • 3rd, Mount Snow, United States
  • 1995:
  • 3rd, UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships – Women's cross-country
  • 3rd, European Mountain Bike cross-country Championships
  • 2nd, Swiss Cyclo-cross Championship, Switzerland
  • 3rd, Madrid, Spain
  • 1996:
  • 3rd, Swiss Cyclo-cross Championship, Switzerland
  • 3rd, Hawaii, United States
  • 3rd, Kristiansand, Norway
  • 1997
  • 1st, European Mountain Bike cross-country Championships
  • 1st, Swiss Cyclo-cross Championship, Switzerland
  • 3rd, UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, cross-country
  • 2nd, Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada
  • 3rd, Sankt Wendel, Germany
  • 1998:
  • 1st, Swiss Cyclo-cross Championship, Switzerland
  • 1st, Bern circuit, Switzerland
  • 1st, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2nd, Canmore, Australia
  • 1999:
  • 2nd, Swiss Cyclo-cross Championship, Switzerland
  • 41st, UCI Road World Championships – Women's road race
  • 1st, Dagmersellen cyclo-cross, Switzerland
  • 2000:
  • 11th, Summer Olympics Women's cross-country mountain biking, Sydney, Australia
  • 10th, UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships – Women's elite
  • 1st, Roc d'Azur
  • 2nd, Swiss Cyclo-cross Championship, Switzerland
  • Ski mountaineering

  • 2004:
  • 1st, Patrouille de la Maya A-course, together with Véronique Ançay and Mary-Jérôme Vaudan
  • 2012:
  • 3rd, Trophée des Gastlosen, together with Sabine Gentieu
  • Patrouille des Glaciers

  • 2004: 3rd, together with Véronique Ançay and Mary-Jérôme Vaudan
  • 2008: 6th, together with Andréa Zimmermann and Sabine Gentieu
  • 2010: 5th, together with Sabine Gentieu and Simone Hammer
  • Trofeo Mezzalama

  • 2009: 10th, together with Lyndsay Meyer and Cécile Pasche
  • 2011: 7th, together with Simone Hammer and Sabine Gentieu
  • References

    Chantal Daucourt Wikipedia