My name is Simone Eydallin, I’m 30 years old and I was born and grew up with skis on my feet in Sauze d’Oulx.
I’ve been a national alpine skiing coach since 2010 and a third-tier federal coach since 2009.
Skiing wasn’t the only thing in my life – my passions revolve around the mountains, starting with running.
I’m an official Dynafit athlete, and two years ago I took up skyrunning, particularly Vertical Km races, where I’ve had good results at the international level, including a 22nd place in the overall standings of the World Cup (2016), a 10th place overall at the World Cup in Val d’Isere (FR), first place in the world’s shortest and steepest Vertical Km (Prali) and a 15th place at the Red Bull K3, the only triple Vertical Km in the world, and the longest with a 3,000-meter difference in altitude.
I consider myself very picky and precise in everything I do, especially eating, a very important factor in health and good performance, both in training and competition.
Vertical Km races are usually short, but very high-intensity, so it’s essential to start with a light stomach and a lot of energy.
As a vegetarian, I really think I’ve found ‘my’ food brand in Ambrosiae.