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Name  Jean-Yves Rey

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Born  November 24, 1970 (age 45) Sierre, Switzerland (1970-11-24)

Jean-Yves Rey (born November 24, 1970) is a Swiss ski mountaineer and long distance runner.

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Rey was born in Sierre. He started ski mountaineering in 1990, competing first in the Patrouille des Glaciers short distance race. He was a member of the national team from 1999 to 2006.

Ski mountaineering

  • 1998:
  • 1st, Patrouille de la Maya A-course, together with Gabriel Besson and Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 1999:
  • 7th, Pierra Menta, together with Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 2000:
  • 1st, Patrouille de la Maya A-course, together with Pierre-Marie Taramarcaz and Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 2003:
  • 6th, European Championship team race (together with Jean-Daniel Masserey)
  • 2004:
  • 1st, Patrouille de la Maya A-course, together with Sébastien Epiney and Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 2nd, Trophée des Gastlosen, together with Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 4th, World Championship team race (together with Sébastien Epiney)
  • 9th, World Championship vertical race
  • 2005:
  • 2nd, European Championship relay race (together with Alexander Hug, Christian Pittex and Yannick Ecoeur)
  • 7th, European Championship single race
  • 7th, European Championship team race (together with Jean-Daniel Masserey)
  • 2008:
  • 1st, Patrouille de la Maya A-course, together with Pierre-Marie Taramarcaz and Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 2009:
  • 2nd, Trophée des Gastlosen, together with Pierre-Marie Taramarcaz
  • Patrouille des Glaciers

  • 1998: 3rd (international military teams ranking), together with Jean-Daniel Masserey and Gabriel Besson
  • 2000: 2nd (and 1st in "seniors I" class ranking), together with Pierre-Marie Taramarcaz and Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 2002: 2nd, together with Pierre-Marie Taramarcaz and Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 2004: 2nd, together with Pierre-Marie Taramarcaz and Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 2008: 2nd, together with Pierre-Marie Taramarcaz and Jean-Daniel Masserey
  • 2010: 3rd, together with Jean-Daniel Masserey and Rico Elmer
  • Running

  • 2001: 3rd, Jeizibärg-Lauf, Gampel
  • 2003: 3rd, Jeizibärg-Lauf, Gampel
  • Rey won the Zermatt marathon in 2004, the Mont-Blanc marathon in 2008, as well as three times in a row the AlpenMarathon – Marathon des Alpages, where he has held the course record with a total time of 3:07:18 hours since 2005.

    References

    Jean-Yves Rey Wikipedia


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