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Clotilde Fasolis

Biographical information

TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
SexFemale
Full nameClotilde•Fasolis
Used nameClotilde•Fasolis
Born22 July 1951 in Sommariva del Bosco, Cuneo (ITA)
Measurements168 cm / 58 kg
AffiliationsS.C. Bardonecchia, Bardonecchia (ITA)
NOC Italy

Biography

Clotilde Fasolis was an Alpine skier who was chosen as flagbearer at the 1968 Olympic Winter Games because she was the youngest (16½-years-old) competitor on the Italian team where she competed in all events, but without significant results. In international races, Fasolis’s best ranking in a World Cup race came on 12 December 1968 when she was seventh in the giant slalom at Val-d’Isère. Her best overall World Cup placing was 33th in 1969.

Fasolis won 11 medals at the Italian Championships: five gold (1969 giant slalom, slalom and combined; 1971 giant slalom and combined); three silver (1969 downhill; 1971 downhill and slalom); and three bronze (1967 and 1968 slalom, 1973 downhill).

Results

Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1968 Winter Olympics Alpine Skiing (Skiing) ITA Clotilde Fasolis
Downhill, Women (Olympic) 30
Giant Slalom, Women (Olympic) 32
Slalom, Women (Olympic) 22

Other participations

Games Role NOC As
1968 Winter Olympics Flagbearer at the Opening Ceremony ITA Clotilde Fasolis