We offer courses & training in sports injury prevention, athletic rehab and human performance. Over 15 years of international experience.
Chloë Lanthier, X-Training School Owner/Director, is biomechanics, prehabilitation & sports rehabilitation, and human performance expert, established since 1995. She has been a Patagonia Ambassador/Athlete since 1999.
Chloë’s passion for education and human performance allows her to translate the complexities of human function into progressive and effective techniques. She has transformed functional and biomechanical understanding of the body into highly effective performance enhancement techniques and injury prevention applications.
With her extensive knowledge and experience in the field, as well as being an elite athlete herself, she designs courses that are unique, inspiring and always very educational.
Chloë is a committed leader in continuing education courses for healthcare professionals, physical therapists, kinesitherapists, kinesiologists, massage therapists, coaches. She also works regularly with athletes, yoga instructors, mountains guides… and the active general public.
Chloë is a regular writer in popular Running/Trail and Outdoor Magazines.
International work experience: Canada, USA, Switzerland, France, New-Zealand.
Guest speaker & Slide show presentations at the following public events:
The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, guest speaker 2005 and 2008.
Lake Tahoe Adventure Series – guest speaker, Squaw Valley, California.
Olympic Hall – guest speaker, Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Fairmont Chateau Whistler fundraiser – guest speaker, Whistler BC – Canada.
Time-Out Sports & Ski – guest speaker – Mount Pleasant South-Carolina USA.
West Yellowstone Ski Festival, guest speaker, West Yellowstone Montana USA
Montana Marathon, guest speaker, Billings Montana USA.
Revelstoke Cycling Association Fund Raiser – Slide show presentation & Guest speaker, Valhalla Store, Revelstoke BC – Canada
Teton Adaptive Sports Auction, guest speaker, Jackson Hole Wyoming USA
Pine Creek Café, slide show presentation, Livingston Montana USA
Patagonia Retail Store – Slide show presentation & Guest speaker: Chamonix France, Soho New York, St-Paul Minneapolis, Whistler BC, Bend Oregon.
Athletic Career Highlights
24 Hours of Mountain Biking : World Champion 1999 – Canmore Alberta, Canada
Winter Expedition Mountain Bike Racing :
Iditabike Extreme: 582 km winter mountain bike expedition race (self-supported) on the Iditarod trail in Alaska, USA.
Female course record 4 days, 23hours, 50minutes
4 times finisher and first women each time, top 10 overall: 1997, 1998, 2001, 2004.
Impossible Iditabike 2001: Challenge the 1825 km nonstop winter mountain bike expedition race on the Iditarod trail from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska USA.
Iditabike 166 km, winter mountain bike race in Alaska USA.
1st women – 1996
3rd women – 1997
Endurance & mountain running
Marathon des Sables, 7 days stage race – 230 km ultra running across the Sahara Desert, Morocco.
5th women – 1997
12th women – 2006
9th women – 2008
25th women – 2012 (sick)
Raid Delta I Ports, 180 km High altitude trail running race, Pyrenees, Spain.
1st women – 1997
Raid Des Trolls, 220 km 6 days stage trail running race, Norway.
2nd women – 1998
Grand Raid du Mercantour, 100 km trail running race, France.
2nd women – 2003
UTMB Chamonix to Courmayeur, 75km France/Italy.
5th Women (3rd SEF) – 2003
Gran Trail Valdigne, 60 km trail run, 2200 metres D+ Courmayeur Italy.
3rd women – 2008
3rd women – 2009
11th women – 2012 (3rd V1F)
Trail des Aiguilles Rouge, 52 km trail run, 4000 metres D+, Chamonix France.
11th women – 2013 (3rd V1F)
Eco-Challenge 500 km, Adventure Multi-Sports team race, Whistler BC Canada.
10th Overall and top North American Team (Represented Canada).
MEC Vert180 – 3hrs nonstop, Ski Mountaineering race,
Canada Olympic Park, Calgary Alberta – Canada – 2011
1st women (Teammate Mélanie Bernier) – 2nd overall
2001 Canadian Adventure & Expedition Athlete of the Year
by the Globe & Mail Newspaper
Patagonia Ambassador / Athlete since 1999