Passionate about sport from a young age, Emily joined the Chamonix cross-country ski club at the age of 7 years. She was 14 when she became particularly interested in biathlon, and ever since, the sport has been a real passion of hers.
Emily has been a Quechua technical partner for over 2 years now. Her role is to test products to help the brand engineers in the design process.
The ability to challenge yourself to progress further.
What I like about biathlon
I have thrown everything into the sport because I love the feeling it provides. The shooting event directly affects the result and creates a magnificent spectacle. What’s more, this mixture of intense effort, the elegance of cross-country skiing and self-control is what attracted me immediately.
My best memory
In the French championships, when I managed to withstand the pressure and finish with flawless shooting.
Trophy cabinet // Objective 2014
Despite a subdued 2014 season due to injury, I managed to make it onto the third step of the podium of the French Championships with good shooting scores. As a result, I am ranked 9th overall in the Biathlon Challenge (National Challenge).
For the 2014/2015 season, my main goal is to compete at the World Youth Championships and to be ranked in the top 5 French women.