Baptiste Gros

Baptiste Gros

French skier
Date of Birth: 17.07.1990
Country: France

  1. Biography of Baptiste Gros
  2. Debut in the World Cup
  3. Overall World Cup Performance
  4. Olympic Games in Sochi
  5. Junior and Youth Championships
  6. Equipment

Biography of Baptiste Gros

Baptiste Gros is a French skier who is known for his expertise in sprint races. He has participated in the Olympic Games in Sochi and has also won a medal in a World Cup stage.

Baptiste Gros

Debut in the World Cup

Gros made his debut in the World Cup on December 4, 2010. In January 2014, he achieved his best performance by reaching the top three in a World Cup stage, specifically in the sprint discipline. Throughout his career, he has managed to secure a place within the top ten in the team sprint discipline.

Overall World Cup Performance

Gros' best achievement in the overall World Cup standings is 76th place in the 2013/14 season. Although he has not participated in the World Championships, he has consistently shown his skills and determination in various competitions.

Olympic Games in Sochi

In the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Gros finished in 40th place in the sprint event in the freestyle style. While it may not have been his most memorable performance, it showcased his dedication and commitment to the sport.

Junior and Youth Championships

During his junior and youth years, Gros competed in various championships. Although he has not achieved remarkable results in individual races, he has consistently placed within the top seven.


Gros relies on equipment manufactured by Salomon, using their skis and boots. This choice of brand reflects his trust in the quality and performance of Salomon products.

Overall, Baptiste Gros is a French skier who has made a name for himself in the world of sprint races. With his determination and dedication, he continues to strive for excellence in every competition he participates in.