Marie Bochet, eight-time Paralympic champion, dominated the competition and won five races in five races (Slalom, Giant Slalom, Downhill, Super G and Super Combined). A grand slam already made in 2013 in La Molina (Spain) and in 2015 in Panorama (Canada) bringing to 19 the number of individual world titles of the Rossignol skier.
"It's crazy, simply. I tried not to think of this famous 5 out of 5 because I knew it would be the key to success. I have already realized but each competition is different, each track is different. I succeeded, I am proud and above all very happy. "
Arthur Bauchet, also held his rank and won 5 medals including three wins in Slalom, Giant Slalom and Super Combined, silver in Super G and bronze in Downhill.
"I'm finishing the ten days with a Super Combined title and a Super G silver medal. Every day here has been magical, especially since I was lucky enough to share that with my family. I learned a lot again."
Switzerland's Théo Gmür - triple Olympic Champion - leaves these World Championships with 3 medals including 2 titles in Downhill and Super G and a silver medal in Giant Slalom.