Timothy Loubineaud

Timothy Loubineaud is a talented French speed skater and inline skater, who only stepped on ice in 2017 to pursue his Olympic dream.


Timothy Loubineaud




5000m, 10000m, Mass Start

Date of birth


Loubineaud’s passion for inline skating started at a young age. He began when he was just seven years old and quickly fell in love with the sport. He soon started competing and gained recognition for his skills on the track.

In 2017, Loubineaud achieved a major milestone when he won the gold medal in the 10,000m points/elimination track race at the European Inline Skating Championships. This victory propelled him into the international spotlight and cemented his status as a rising star in the sport.

The following year, Loubineaud continued to build on his success when he won the silver medal in the 10,000m points road race at the 2019 World Inline Skating Championships. This impressive achievement solidified his place among the top inline skaters in the world.

In the 2019/2020 season, Loubineaud shifted his focus to long track speed skating. He began specializing in long distances and the mass start, demonstrating his versatility as a skater. He is now the 10km national record holder which he set in Salt Lake City in 2020.

Loubineaud’s dedication to his sport and his impressive achievements have earned him a reputation as one of the most talented speed skaters in France.  As of the 2023 season, Timothy also proudly represents Team Bont when on wheels.

Fun fact

Timothy is also known as TimmyTempo.

Favourite ice rink?

Salt Lake City, because this is where I skated my first world championship as well as my national record on 10km!

Most memorable skating moment

National record 10km Salt Lake City in 2020.

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