Gasparin sisters

All good things come in threes!
Gasparin Sisters
Gasparin Sisters
Our Story

Our Story

We started skiing as soon as we could run. In our childhood, we participated in various regional competitions for fun and we all soon realized that racing is our passion. Shortly after we became part of the Swiss youth national team and competed in international races and soon we wrote history.

In 2011, all three of us were part of the first ever Swiss women's relay team in the World Cup. In 2013, a big breakthrough came with Selina winning the first two historic victories in the World Cup for Switzerland. But it got even better! At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Selina finished second in the individual race and thus won the first Olympic medal in biathlon for Switzerland. Elisa surprised with an Olympic diploma for the 8th place in the sprint. These historic successes were followed by the first Olympic discipline, in which our team of three sisters participated in the women's relay and reached the ninth place.

Hiring a private coach to train professionally at home has paid off. In the spring after the Olympics, we founded the Gasparin Sisters Biathlon Team to achieve our common goal - a relay medal in a major event. This success was still missing. After the Olympics, Selina gave birth to her wonderful daughter. Elisa suffered from overtraining after the 2014/2015 season and Aita struggled with health problems. Thus, the long-awaited common success had to be postponed.

At the Olympic Winter Games 2018 in PyeongChang, finally all three of us got back to the start at the same competition. Elisa achieved another diploma in the individual run, reaching the 8th position, as well as the 6th place with the women's relay, in which Selina was also part of the success.

To be a top athlete requires a lot of discipline, perseverance and ambition. We bring this in the set of three and we do our best every day to reach our common goal soon!

Selina Elisa Aita
Gasparin Sisters
Sisters in media

Sisters in media

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