POP, official sponsor of Perrine Laffont, is pleased to announce Perrine's victory at the World Championships on March 8, 2021 and looks back on the exceptional record of this Olympic champion (gold medalist), who won several times in the World Cup.

Perrine LAFFONT wins her 4th crystal globe


At 22 years old Perrine LAFFONT won, for the 42nd season of the Freestyle Skiing World Cup 2020-2021, her fourth crystal globe of moguls with four consecutive victories, before winning on March 8 in Almaty (Kazakhstan) the only title which was still missing from her record: that of world singles champion.


Perrine currently has an incredible record of 21 victories and 34 podiums in 70 World Cup starts!

Perrine and POP, a long history

POP has sponsored Perrine since 2014.

Perrine was then 14 years old and already a crazy talent but few sponsors ready to follow her especially because of her very young age..

At the time, POP had already been involved for several years in supporting French athletes with Guilbaut Colas, himself world champion in mogul skiing in 2011, who wanted to stop competing with the French team.

When Guilbaut introduced Perrine to the leader of the POP LA FRANCE CONTINUE group, the latter did not hesitate for a single second, as Perrine explained at the time: “Guilbaut kindly introduced me to Pierre Macchi [Editor's note: group leader POP LA FRANCE CONTINUE] by asking him if he wanted to continue the skiing adventure by sponsoring me. Pierre was a starter straight away, so he's been my main sponsor since 2014. "


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The 5 victories of Perrine 2020-2021 in summary

After several cancellations of competitions due to the Covid 19 pandemic, here is the summary of all Perrine's victories during the 2020-2021 World Cup:


December 5, 2020: 1st stage of the Mogul Skiing World Cup in Ruka, Finland with a victory in the singles


December 12, 2020: in Idree, Sweden, singles


December 13, 2020: in Idree in Sweden in parallel


February 4, 2021: in Deer Valley in the United States in singles


March 8, 2021 (final): World champion in singles in Almaty, Kazakhstan!


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