Tiffany Gauthier

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Tiffany Gauthier
Alpine skier
Tiffany Gauthier en 2017.jpg
Gauthier in 2017
Disciplines Super-G, Downhill
ClubCS Tignes
Born (1993-12-02) 2 December 1993 (age 29)
Saint-Étienne, France [1]
Teams1 (2018)
World Championships
Teams1 - (2021)

Tiffany Gauthier (born 2 December 1993) is a French former alpine ski racer. [2]


Season standings

Super GDownhillCombined
2017 23722543
2018 24372023
2019 25853739
2020 26512331
2021 27481731
Standings through 13 February 2021

World Championship results

  Year   Age  Slalom  Giant 
2021 27 21 23

Olympic results

Super GDownhillCombined
2018 24 22 13

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  1. "Tiffany GAUTHIER". Retrieved 2 February 2022.
  2. "Profile". Retrieved 20 February 2017.