Sandrine Aubert

Sandrine Aubert ( born October 6, 1982 in Échirolles, Isère ) is a French former alpine skier. She was particularly successful in the disciplines of slalom and super combined.


Aubert grew up in the ski resort of Les Deux Alpes. When eight years old, she began taking on ski race, age of eleven she was accepted into the youth squad of the Dauphiné region and was always among the best of their peers. She denied in December 1997 her first FIS races, in December 1998 the first use followed in the European Cup. As a result, their performances were rather unremarkable, it was never better than 16th place at the Junior World Championships.

On November 29, 2003 Aubert went to Park City for the first time in a World Cup race. However, it took a relatively long time until they could implement their talent and made ​​the breakthrough to the top. By winning the first World Cup points again lapsed more than two years; on March 4, 2006, she reached the 27th place in the Super Combined in Kvitfjell.

In the European Cup Aubert was able to celebrate two slalom wins, thereby paving the profit of the rating discipline secured in the season 2005/ 06. In 2007, she first participated in a World Cup, but did not come on the 18th square. In the same year she became a French slalom champion. After several World Cup results in the top 20 it reached on 22 December 2007, fifth in the super combined of St. Anton. This finding them a week later confirmed with the sixth place in the slalom in Lienz.

In the 2008 /09 season, Aubert's ascent began with first three results in the top ten continues. At the 2009 World Championships in Val d'Isere they finished ninth the Super Combined. In the World Cup slalom it was after the first run rather surprisingly in third place overall, but then fell in the second race after a serious driving errors far back. 7 March 2009 it finally succeeded in slalom in Ofterschwang the first World Cup victory. This result could later confirm a week in Åre, when she again won a World Cup slalom.

Also in the season 2009/10, Aubert was able to maintain a world leader and won two more World Cup slaloms. Overall, it reached number four in the World Cup slalom and 14th in the overall World Cup. At the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver in 2010, it achieved a best Frenchwoman ranked fifth in the slalom, while it was only 20th in the super combined. Less successful than in the past two years Aubert was in the winter 2010/11. You just drove in two World Cup races into the top ten and dropped back to 21 in the slalom World Cup. At the World Championships 2011 in Garmisch -Partenkirchen, she was 25 in slalom. Very disappointing was the 2011/12 season, in which her best World Cup result was a 15th place in Kranjska Gora.

In the following two seasons they did not reach by far the level of their most successful years. After their results had not been sufficient for a renewed participation in the Olympic Games, she explained early February 2014 her immediate resignation.


Olympic games

  • Vancouver 2010: 5 Slalom, Super Combined 20

World Championships

  • Åre 2007: 18 Slalom, 23 Super Combined
  • Val d'Isere 2009: 9 Super Combined, Slalom 26
  • Garmisch -Partenkirchen 2011: 25 Slalom
  • Schladming 2013: 20th slalom

Junior World Championships

  • Quebec 2000: 34 Downhill, Giant Slalom 46
  • Tarvisio 2002: 16 Slalom, Giant Slalom 36

World Cup

  • Season 2007/ 08: 4 Combined World Cup
  • Season 2008/ 09: 5th World Cup slalom
  • Season 2009/ 10: 4th slalom World Cup
  • 5 podiums, including 4 victories:

European Cup

  • Season 2005/ 06: first slalom rating
  • 8 podiums, including two victories:

Other successes

  • Three French league titles ( 2007 and 2011 Slalom, Parallel Slalom 2008)
  • 16 wins in FIS races (15x Slalom, Giant Slalom 1x )