We use cookies to personalize content and ads, to offer social media features and analyze traffic to our site and share this information with our social media, advertising and analysis partners.

Privacy policy

With the use of the website you agree to the above

Language // EN

Select your region

Select your language

news category




Stefano Gross Third place in front of his crowd

Madonna di Campiglio is the oldest Italian World Cup venue, as they hold a Slalom in 1966/67, the year of the foundation of the World Cup. 50 years later, the event is still running and attracting thousands of people for the...[more]



Get Well soon Cornelia!

In super-G training in Saalbach, Austria World Cup skier Cornelia Huetter crashed. The 24-year-old Voelkl athlete suffered an anterior cruciate ligament tear in the right knee as well as a tear of the meniscus. The diagnosis was...[more]




Virginie Faivre (34) quits her active career after more than ten years in the Marker Völkl Freeski-Team.[more]



Conny Huetter first seasonal podium

Val d’Isere downhill has always been a challenging course and this time, Before the first racer kicked out of the start gate, the track had already been skied three times for training runs and Friday’s alpine combined, making the...[more]



10 questions to Justin Murisier

Name: Justin Murisier Nationality: Swiss Homebase: Martigny Age:...[more]



Inside Völkl

In an interview with German magazine Prime Skiing Patrick Wesch explains what it takes to develop exciting and game changing skis year after year.[more]



Soelden Ski World Cup Kicked off the Season

For the 19th time since 1993, Soelden hosted the opening of the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup season,The famous Tyrolean resort located at the end of the popular Oetztal Valley has established itself as one of the most exhilarating...[more]



Promising Outlook for the Völkl Racing Team

31 athletes in all will be taking to the snow with equipment from the Bavarian ski maker, ready to race fast and build on last year's success. The brutal off-season training has only heightened anticipation for the World Cup...[more]



10 Questions to Roberto Nani

Name: Roberto NaniNationalität: ITHomebase: Livigno (Luwin)Alter: 27 1.   Deep powder or kickerline? Deep powder!!! 2.   Völkl-Ski of your choice? GS Speedwall 195cm and Mantra are my...[more]



Let the Ski World Cup begin!

The traditional ladies and men’s Giant Slalom are confirmed on 22nd and 23rd October on the Rettenbach Glacier in Solden and the conditions for the weekend are excellent so we can’t wait to watch and support our athletes.[more]