Florence Masnada

Florence Masnada ( born December 16, 1968 in Vizille ) is a French former alpine skier.

She was one of the most successful French racers in the 1990s. Your special disciplines were the downhill and super -G. However, at the beginning of her career, she was also a good technician and finished in 1990 in the giant slalom Stranda (NOR ) in third place and in the slalom in Morzine ( FRA ) fourth. Your only victory in the World Cup celebrated in 1995 in the Super -G in Garmisch- Partenkirchen.

For large A matches she won three medals. At the Olympic Games in Albertville in 1992 she won the bronze medal in the Alpine combination and at the Olympics in Nagano in 1998, she won the bronze medal in the downhill. Also in World Ski Championships, she was successful: she was in Vail third in the combination 1999.

Masnada won from 1985 until her career end in 1999 14 French championship titles - many more than any other skier. Six times they won in the combination, three times in the slalom, two each in the Downhill and Super -G and one in giant slalom.