Loris Tarabini

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Loris Tarabini Grass ski
nation ItalyItaly Italy
birthday January 6, 1987
place of birth Como
size 180 cm
Weight 80 kg
discipline Slalom , giant slalom ,
super-G , combination
society Derviese ski team
status not active
End of career 2006
FIS logo Placements in the World Cup
 Debut in the World Cup July 30, 2004
 Overall World Cup 40th ( 2006 )

Loris Tarabini (born January 6, 1987 in Como ) is a former Italian grass skier . From 2004 to 2006 he took part in three junior world championships and several world cup races.


Tarabini contested his first international races at the 2004 Junior World Championship in Rettenbach . He was only able to classify himself in the bottom field and finished 34th in the giant slalom and in the super-G. On July 30, 2004, he competed in his first and only World Cup race this season in the giant slalom in Forni di Sopra , but was eliminated in the first round out. In September of the same year he took part in the FIS races in Passo della Presolana and achieved eleventh place in the slalom as the best result. He contested his next FIS race in Rettenbach at the beginning of July 2005, but did not get past 28th place in the giant slalom. On July 17th, 2005 Tarabini won his first World Cup points with 29th place in the second Super-G of Forni di Sopra. These were his only ones in the 2005 season and he finished 42nd and penultimate place in the overall World Cup together with his compatriot Maicol Parati . At the Junior World Championships in 2005 in Nové Město na Moravě , he was 22nd in the giant slalom and 23rd in the Super-G.

At the beginning of the 2006 season, Tarabini took part in the FIS races in Traisen and Chiomonte , but only made it into the top 30 once. In July, he started at the Junior World Championship 2006 in Horní Lhota u Ostravy , where a 30th place in the super G was his only result. At the beginning of September, the Italian won World Cup points for the second time at the World Cup races in Forni di Sopra. He finished 29th in both Super-Gs, placing him in the overall World Cup of the 2006 season, tied with Swiss Beat Krummenacher, 40th and, as in the previous year, penultimate place. These World Cup races were also his last competitions.


Junior World Championships

World cup

  • Three placements among the top 30

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