Albert Llovera was born in Andorra in 1966. He grew up in the world of skiing and was competing in the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, aged 17. In 1985 he returned to Sarajevo to take part in the European Ski Cup, during which he, unfortunately, crashed going 100 km/h on the downhill track, …More
Laetitia Roux, the French upper-class athlete, 15 times awarded the title of world champion in ski mountaineering, six times winner of the World Cup and five times winner of the competition Pierra Menta (French international competitions in ski mountaineering), combines professional sport with work in the special “mountain police” unit of the French gendarmerie. After …More
The St. Petersburg Ballet, with the participation of the prima ballerina of the Mariinsky theater, Julia Mahalina, winner of the “Golden soffit” prize (1995) and the “Benois de la Danse” prize (1998) performed yesterday in Andorra. On the eve of the gala concert the prima ballerina told all-andorra.com about her career and the current trends …More
Cyril Despres is a French motorcycle and auto rider, mainly practicing the rally-raid. Between 2005 and 2013 he won the Dakar Rally moto five times. This year he organized two events in Andorra which were related to moto: “The Andorra 500” and “The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride” (DGR). He told all-andorra.com how it all came about …More
Joaquim Rodríguez (also known as “Purito¨) professional Spanish road racing cyclist and the captain of the Katusha team, told all-andorra.com why he prefers to live and train in Andorra. He’s been representing the Katusha flag since 2010. During this period he gained 31 victories and stood on the podiums of the three major Grand tours …More
Mladen Ivanic, the president of Bosnia and Herzegovina, shared his point of view with all-andorra.com regarding the global political questions discussed during the Nizami Ganjavi International Center Andorra Sessions on June, 13th and 14th.
Was this the first time you participated in this conference?
No, this is the third time I have attended.
Among the questions discussed during …More
Skier from Italy Federica Brignone won the World Cup in SUPER-G in El Tarter (Andorra). She got the first result (57.33 seconds), ahead of the athlete from the United States Ross Laurenne +0.13 seconds and the Austrian skier Tippler Tamara (+0,37). She tells all-andorra.com about her impressions and life style:
Were you expecting a victory today?
Interview with Nicola Thost – Freeride World Tour Vallnord February 18th 2015:
You have many titles: you were Olympic champion (halfpipe), the winner of the world Cup of ISF (snowboard)… Now you are one of the top women snowboarders in FWT. Is it your life style to be always in the front line? Why and how did …More