The Swiss finished on the top step of the podium at the Big Air GKA Kite World Tour which took place on the first weekend of June in Tarifa, Spain, on one of the windiest spots in Europe.

Geneva, 27 July 2023. Camille Losserand, last year's runner-up, confirmed her immense potential in the final. She carefully built her success by stringing solid scores on the board before breaking away. The local from Tarifa was in a class of her own and easily broke away to take the victory in front of her beloved supporters and family. All the best of the twintip, strapless/surfboard and hydrofoil disciplines met there.

" It is an immense joy to have won this very challenging competition. This victory is the result of a total investment in this discipline and the result of a very important work that has paid off and allows me to be among the elite of this sport , "commented Camille Losserand.

For the record, Camille Losserand had marked the spirits last year by becoming junior world champion in 2022 and vice-champion of the Big Air World Championship in 2022. At only 19 years old and after several Swiss and Spanish championship titles, Camille Losserand is now part of the world's elite in kitesurfing, a discipline discovered during her twelfth year.

The Sports and Exercise Medicine Centre of Hirslanden Clinique La Colline, certified by Swiss Olympic as a medical centre, now supports Camille Losserand in her sports preparation. This relationship symbolizes the new dimension taken by the champion. " The goal is to help her reach new levels to meet the new demands of her sports agenda and help her put all the assets on her side to stay in top shape and her sport as a professional kitesurfer," says Dr. Vincent Burki, sports medicine specialist at the Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine at Hirslanden Clinique La Colline. 

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About the Hirslanden Private Hospital Group

Hirslanden promotes high-quality, responsible, efficient and self-determined integrated medical care. From birth to old age, and from prevention to cure, at all times, physically and digitally, the Hirslanden Group is focusing on the development of the "Continuum of Care" together with public and private cooperation partners.

Hirslanden stands out in the market as a system provider with top-of-the-class medical and service quality, guaranteed by highly qualified and experienced independent doctors, excellent care teams and first-class service. The interdisciplinary medical competence centres, specialist institutes and competent cooperation partners enable optimal and individual diagnosis and treatment, even in very complex cases, both inpatient and outpatient.

The Hirslanden Group comprises 17 clinics in 10 cantons, many of which have intensive care units. It also manages 5 ambulatory surgery centers, 19 radiology institutes and 6 radiotherapy institutes. The group has 2,886 partner physicians and 11,102 employees, including 560 employed physicians. Hirslanden is the largest medical network in Switzerland. As of March 31, 2023, the reference day, the group's facilities provided a total of 465,105 days of care to 111,107 patients. 51.7% are insured in the common ward, 27.5% have semi-private insurance and 20.8% private insurance. The Hirslanden Group, formed in 1990 from the merger of several private clinics, is now part of the international Mediclinic Group.


About Hirslanden Clinique La Colline

Hirslanden Clinique La Colline is located in the city centre of Geneva and offers a multidisciplinary medical and surgical offer thanks to more than thirty specialties.

The clinic has state-of-the-art equipment with 67 single rooms, some with suites, an ambulatory care unit and continuing care. Specialized in orthopedic surgery and traumatology, neurosurgery and digestive surgery, the clinic has more than twenty medical centers, an emergency center member of the Geneva Emergency Network (RUG), six operating rooms and its own polyclinic.

Recognized as Swiss Olympic Medical Center, its Sports and Exercise Medicine Center offers personalized care for young or experienced athletes, but also for active people or in the medical-sports rehabilitation phase. More than 300 employees and 450 accredited doctors are responsible for the health and well-being of patients.