Benedicte CronierMrs. Cronier, living in Paris. She is #2 in the World Women Ranking. She started playing Bridge at 14. She will say: “Bridge did not change my life, Bridge is my life itself“. She is married to the French champion Philippe Cronier.

In 2013, together with her partner Sylvie Willard, she won the Sidney H. Lazard Jr. Sportmanship Award.

“These women are the epitome of grace, good manners, cheerfulness and sportsmanship, making the Bridge experience more pleasurable for everyone”, said the Sportsmanship Committee Chairman Sidney Lazard. The secret of Benedicte’s success is her hunger for victory.
She won the last Venice Cup (Chennai 2015), thus she is World reigning Champion in the Women teams serie.

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2015 42nd WORLD TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS – Chennai – Women Teams
2011 40th WORLD TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS – Veldhoven – Women Teams
2010 50th EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS – Ostend – Women Teams
2008 49th EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS – Pau – Women Teams
2006 48th EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS – Warsaw – Women Teams
2005 37th WORLD TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS – Estoril – Women Teams
2005 2nd EUROPEAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS – Tenerife – Women Teams
2002 4th IOC GRAND PRIX – Salt Lake City – Women Teams
2000 5th GENERALI WORLD MASTERS INDIVIDUAL – Athens – Women Individual
1995 42th EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS -Vilamoura – Women Teams

Benedicte Cronier
Team Lavazza

Mrs. Cronier, living in Paris. She is #2 in the World Women Ranking. She started playing Bridge at 14. She will say: “Bridge did not change my life, Bridge is my life itself“. She is married to the French champion Philippe Cronier.

In 2013, together with her partner Sylvie Willard, she won the Sidney H. Lazard Jr. Sportmanship Award.

“These women are the epitome of grace, good manners, cheerfulness and sportsmanship, making the Bridge experience more pleasurable for everyone”, said the Sportsmanship Committee Chairman Sidney Lazard. The secret of Benedicte’s success is her hunger for victory.
She won the last Venice Cup (Chennai 2015), thus she is World reigning Champion in the Women teams serie.

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42nd WORLD TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Chennai 2015 – Women Teams

40th WORLD TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Veldhoven 2011 – Women Teams

50th EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Ostend 2010 – Women Teams

49th EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Pau 2008 – Women Teams

48th EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Warsaw 2006 – Women Teams

37th WORLD TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Estoril 2005 – Women Teams

2nd EUROPEAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS
Tenerife 2005 – Women Teams

4th IOC GRAND PRIX
Salt Lake City 2002 – Women Teams

5th GENERALI WORLD MASTERS INDIVIDUAL
Athens 2000 – Women Individual

42th EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Vilamoura 1995 – Women Teams