Carole Ph.D., grew up in France where she climbed the Alp’s most iconic peaks starting from the age of 16. After graduating from the London School of Economics, she has worked as a corporate legal counsel specialising in renewable energies before starting a career as a professional triathlete. 

Following her triathlon journey, she started to run ultra-marathons and climb high-altitude mountains including Mt. Everest attempted without the use of supplementary oxygen in 2018.    

She is now a recognised mountain athlete using sport achievements as a way to raise awareness about climate change and the necessity to protect our ecosystems.  

Achievements

Trail & Mountain Running

2017

The North Face 50km (TH) First Female Overall & course time record

2018

The North Face 100km (TH) First Female Overall and course time record
Cordillera Mountain Ultra (PH) First Female Overall and course time record

2019

Gurye Skyrunning race 64km (KR) First Female Overall and course time record
UTMB - CCC 101km (FR) 6th Female V1

Project 2019

Chulu Peak (6500m) ascent and Annapurna Ultra Trail 100km (NP) race Combination within 7 days as a fundraiser to support female runners from Nepal

High-Altitude Mountains

Ama Dablam (Nepal) 2016

6812m
First technical peak above 6000m

Manaslu Peak (Nepal) 2017

8163m
First peak above 8000m

Everest (Tibet, China) 2018

8848m
Successful attempt from north face

Race Organisation

Race Director
Bogd Khan Mountain Trail, Mongolia

Carole is the race director of the Bogd Khan Mountain Trail, an ultra-running race that she contributes to develop in Mongolia with her sponsor Lucent, promoting and encouraging the emergence of trail-running in the country. The race is part of the ITRA (International Trail Running Association) and ATM (Asia Trail Master)

Carole Fuchs