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Marc Gini says goodbye

The Veteran of the Swiss slalom team Marc Gini announced his goodbye to his skiing carrer. The 32 year-old athlete from Graubünden is the last Swiss World Cup winner in the discipline. [En savoir plus]



Tobias Müller won Crystal globe in telemarking

After a great finish in the last race of the season, telemark skier Tobias Müller is this seasons’ overall worldcup winner. [En savoir plus]



Andri Ragettli and Coline Ballet Baz Win Suzuki Nine Royals

Many of the world’s best female and male skiers came together for the grand finale of the Suzuki Nine Royals at Watles, South Tyrol, Italy on April 1st, 2017. Under a hazy sky, the women and men proved their creativity and...[En savoir plus]




It was a spectacular night for Oystein Braaten winning XGAMES GOLD in front of a home crowd! [En savoir plus]



Kranjska Gora brings another podium to Stefano Gross

As forecasted, uninterrupted rainfall marked the night between the Giant Slalom and the Slalom in Kranjska Gora, but thanks to the efforts of the experienced course crew, the Podkoren slalom hill offered great conditions for...[En savoir plus]



Oystein Braaten wins XGAMES GOLD in the Slopestyle!

The Marker Voelkl Freeski team win the GOLD and BRONZE medals at the XGames Slopestyle in ASPEN on the weekend. It is a dream come true for the Norwegian Oystein Braaten who had a stomping run taking the GOLD medal. Alex...[En savoir plus]



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...[En savoir plus]



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...[En savoir plus]




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



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...[En savoir plus]