Throughout the year, more than 600 students from Grenoble are supported by the UGA to carry out their dual project, sporting and academic. Engaged in the biggest national and international competitions, these athletes benefit from a support system to reconcile higher education and sports practice at the highest level.
This Thursday, it was Philippe Giroud, high-level sports project manager for the UGA, who launched this evening for the presentation of the trophies for sporting and academic excellence to the 44 students and young graduates present at the Tokyo Olympics. and Beijing.
A presentation of videos and many testimonials punctuated this exceptional evening which saw all the great champions of the university parade on the podium, to whom was awarded a trophy…
They are Olympic and Paralympic medalists at the Tokyo Summer Games
Florian Jouanny, member of the French para-cycling team, graduated with a professional industry trades license in 2017: a gold medal, a silver medal and a bronze medal.
Laura Tarantola, member of the French rowing team, graduated with a DUT Legal Careers in 2015 and GEM in 2019: a silver medal.
They are Olympic and Paralympic medalists at the Beijing Winter Games
Arthur Bauchet, member of the French para alpine ski team, student in L1 physics: three gold medals and a bronze medal.
Anaïs Chevalier-Bouchet, member of the French biathlon team, graduated in 2018 from a Staps license: two silver medals.
Fabien Claude, member of the French biathlon team, graduated in 2018 from a Staps license: a silver medal.
Maurice Manificat, member of the French cross-country ski team, graduated with a degree in biology in 2011, student in a master’s degree in molecular and cellular biology until 2014: a bronze medal.
Brice Ottonello, member of the French Nordic para-skiing team (guide), student in L3 mechanics, mechanical and production engineering course: a silver medal (as a guide with Alexandre Pouyé).
Alexandre Pouyé, member of the French Para Nordic Skiing Team (guide), graduated in 2021 with a Master 1 Staps: a silver medal (as a guide with Brice Ottonello).