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Swiss young riders getting ready for Estavayer

The big Jetcross International Cup event is getting closer day after day, and we thought that it might be interesting to take a look at the Swiss riders whose’s gonna be there and who...

The big Jetcross International Cup event is getting closer day after day, and we thought that it might be interesting to take a look at the Swiss riders whose’s gonna be there and who will get the win!

One of the favorites is sixteen year old, Anais Mischler. Last weekend, she won the second round of the French Championship in front of Estelle Poret and Julie Poret-Bulteau. Anais is very confident, and rides with a very smooth and clean style. Anais Mischler will definitely be there to battle for the title in the Ski Ladies class.

Anais Mischler in the Ski Ladies class could see the Swiss flag on top

Another favorite is Mathieu Rochat, who had the same result as his fellow countrywoman last weekend. Mathieu is leading the pack in France, in the Ski Junior class.

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Left to right : Alec Enderli (Ski Pro-Am and Amateur) and Mathieu Rochat (Ski Junior and Amateur)

In the Ski Amateur class, we’re gonna follow two Helvetic young, talented riders: Brandon Gex and Alec Enderli. Brandon would consider a top 10 a success, whereas for Alec, only one place will satisfy his achievement – no.1.

Of course, we wish all the best for the rest of the Switzerland team in all the different classes.

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Brandon Gex (Ski Amateur) is proud to represent his country’s colour  and is rocking a cool graphic on his ski to prove it!