Adele Milloz, a 26-year-old world champion ski athlete, fell to her death while climbing in the French Alps, where she trained to be a mountain guide.
According to the information received from the mountain guides, another 30-year-old woman, whose name was not disclosed, lost her balance during the climb and fell in the accident that occurred on the Aiguille summit in Mont Blanc.
Adele Milloz, who was supposed to be tied to him with a rope, could not save herself and the two women died together.
Other climbers, who saw the two women fall, informed the first aid teams, but died before the climbers could be brought to the hospital.
Milloz won individual and team gold medals in mountain skiing at the World Military Winter Games held in Sochi, Russia, 5 years ago.
Growing up in the town of Tignes in the Alps region, Adele Milloz decided to quit professional competitions in 2019 and become a mountain guide.
In the last 20 years, more than 100 mountaineers have lost their lives while climbing on the Mont Blanc summit, known as the highest peak in Europe.
Jean-Marc Peillex, the mayor of the town of Saint-Gervais, at the foot of the Mont Blanc Mountain, in France, offered to take a “funeral deposit” from those who want to climb Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe, last week.
Peillex asked the mountaineers to pay a deposit of 15 thousand euros, 10,000 for the removal of dead bodies and 5 thousand for the funeral, before climbing Mont Blanc in case of a fatal accident. he said he did.