The hard working, quiet achiever from the South-Eastern French Alpes practiced football for 10 years and a further 8 years of Alpine skiing competition.
Aurélien Dunand Pallaz | Pro Trail Runner
The hard working, quiet achiever from the South-Eastern French Alpes practiced football for 10 years and a further 8 years of Alpine skiing competition. He later fell in love with the mountains after commencing ski mountaineering in 2012. It wasn't long before he took the plunge into the toughest Sky Running World Series. The French Trail Champion has already turned heads with his incredible descending ability, and fast rise through the sport. With a Studies in Physiotherapy, which he now works part-time, he is also passionate about cooking. Att just 26 years of age, he poses a big threat to his competition for years to come.
Aurélien's best results
1s tONE&1 Run to Camp -2 stages 2019
5th PierraMentaSki – overall classification 2019
2nd Madeira Island Ultra Trail 2018
1s tFrance Trail Championships 2018
Why do you run? I run because I love it ! I enjoy being outdoors, in the mountains, in the nature. I like sweating during many hours and watching animals in their environment.
What is your biggest goal to achieve in the sport? I have several goals in competition but I wish to do the "GR 20" in Corsica as soon as possible.
I know and i use Compressport brand since my first year of running. Aurélien Dunand Pallaz | 1st France Trail Championships 2018
What is the best advice you have ever received about running? In running, you have to listen to your body and not go against certain warning signals that the body can send us.
Why Compressport? I know and i use Compressport brand since my first year of running. They are developing lot of news products which I love (t-shirt, headband, cap…) for any sports (running, biking, ski mountaineering…). The clothes are more and more technical, light and visually appealing!
What is your favourite product from Compressport?
My favourite product has to be the Hurricane 10/10 Jacket. I love to use it during poor weather conditions or even when descending on the bike or skiing.