POMA official partner of the French Ski Federation

On December 21, during the women's ski world cup in Courchevel, POMA and the French Ski Federation have officially signed the partnership contract in support of the French Alpine Skiing future champions.

POMA and the FFS, key players of the French mountains

The lifts were born with the advent of skiing in France in the 30s. This obvious link continues to be part of history, with those who live and support the mountain. From its roots, POMA has inherited values ​​that are shared by all those passionate: endurance, surpassing oneself and respect for others and the environment.

This Friday, December 21, POMA becomes a partner of the FFS and pledges to support the next generation of French skiing champions until the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2022.

"The FFS and POMA find themselves around the same search for performance. Confirms Michel VION, President of the French Ski Federation, who is delighted by this new collaboration: "I am certain that with POMA at their side in the next few years, the French Alpine Skiing Hopefuls will have all the assets to perform and shine the colors of France at the Beijing Olympic Winter Games in 2022 " concludes Michel VION.


Michel Vion, President of the French Ski Federation, and Fabien Felli, member of the POMA Board, sign the partnership agreement, in the presence of Jean Souchal, POMA President of the Board ...


... and Eric Brèche, President of the National Union of French Ski Instructors


POMA becomes a partner of the FFS


A brief overview of the events of the women's ski world cup in Courchevel,


An animated racket during the women's ski world cup in Courchevel

About the French Ski Federation

The French Federation of Ski (F.F.S.) is an association that aims to develop and promote the practice of skiing and snowboarding in all their forms, and make it accessible for  the greatest number.
The FFS has full management of the French Teams in the following Olympic disciplines: alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, jumping, Nordic combined, biathlon, freestyle skiing and snowboarding.
It also manages many non-Olympic disciplines such as speed skiing, telemark or grass skiing. Know more about the association.