Julien Lizeroux (born 5 September 1979) is a World Cup alpine ski racer from France. He competes only in slalom. In the past, he had also competed in giant slalom and combined, like his teammate Jean-Baptiste Grange.
Born in Moûtiers, Savoie, Lizeroux is a member of Douanes-La Plagne. He made his World Cup debut in 2000 and has three World Cup victories, all in slalom. Lizeroux won silver medals in the super combined and the slalom on home snow at the 2009 World Championships in Val d'Isère. He finished 9th in the slalom and 18th in the super combined of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
A problematic right knee hampered his performance during the first half of 2011 season, and has sidelined him since January 2011. Surgery in June 2011 caused Lizeroux to miss the 2012 season;.
He returned for the 2014 season, without large success. The following two seasons (2015 and 2016) were more successful, with several (one and five, respectively) finishes in the top ten. In 2015 he got into world news for a mistake in a slalom race.
World Cup results
- 3 wins – (3 SL)
- 9 podiums – (7 SL, 1 SC, 1 CE(PS))
|2009||25 Jan 2009||Kitzbühel, Austria||Slalom||1st|
|22 Feb 2009||Sestriere, Italy||Super Combined||2nd|
|1 Mar 2009||Kranjska Gora, Slovenia||Slalom||1st|
|14 Mar 2009||Åre, Sweden||Slalom||2nd|
|2010||6 Jan 2009||Zagreb-Sljeme, Croatia||Slalom||3rd|
|10 Jan 2010||Adelboden, Switzerland||Slalom||1st|
|24 Jan 2010||Kitzbühel, Austria||Slalom||2nd|
|31 Jan 2010||Kranjska Gora, Slovenia||Slalom||3rd|
|2011||2 Jan 2011||Munich, Germany||Parallel Slalom||2nd|