Raymond Berthet

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games • Non-starter
Full nameRaymond Arsène•Berthet
Used nameRaymond•Berthet
Born27 August 1909 in Les Rousses, Jura (FRA)
Died8 March 1979 in Dole, Jura (FRA)
Measurements168 cm
NOC France


.Raymond Berthet was a seven-time French champion in various types of skiing, winning titles from 1929-37. His first French title was in 1927 as a junior. He then won titles in 1929 in Super-Bagnières, 1930 in Briançon, 1931 in Villard de Lans, 1933 again at Briançon, and 1934 at Mont-Blanc. He was also Swiss champion in 1931.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1932 Winter Olympics Cross Country Skiing (Skiing) FRA Raymond Berthet
18 kilometres, Men (Olympic) 36
Nordic Combined (Skiing) FRA Raymond Berthet
Individual, Men (Olympic) DNS

Olympic family relations


Previously name given as Raymond Armand Berthet (b. 26 April 1909 -d. 22 April 1945 in Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp), but this person was born in Besançon, Doubs and was not the Olympian.