1994

Fischer cross country boots

At the Olympic Games in Lillehammer (NOR), Fischer wins 17 gold, 15 silver and 14 bronze medals, making it the most successful ski brand of the Games.

Fischer provides equipment for around 300 athletes representing 20 nations. Fischer launches its cross country boot range at the ISPO show in Munich. The target sales figure (50,000 pairs) is clearly surpassed in the first season.

1993

Nordic Records

At the Nordic WCH in Falun (SWE), Fischer is the most successful ski brand, winning 13 gold, 6 silver and 9 bronze medals. At the Alpine WCH in Morioka (JAP) Atle Skaardal (NOR) wins silver in the downhill and Thomas Stangassinger (AUT) takes bronze in the special slalom event.

Björn Daehlie (NOR) wins the overall cross country World Cup, with Vegard Ulvang finishing third. Fischer wins all the men's World Cup races in the 92l93 season!

1990

Most successful brand in the World Cup

Norway's Vegard Ulvang wins the 89I90 cross country World Cup with the ultralight RCS-Racing.

Helmut Höflehner (AUT) wins the 89l90 downhill World Cup and Russia's Sergei Tschepikov wins the overall biathlon World Cup.

Fischer achieves 73 individual World Cup victories in total in the Alpine, cross country, biathlon, Nordic combined and ski jumping disciplines.

This makes Fischer the most successful ski brand in the 89l90 World Cup.

1988

Factory opening

Josef Fischer and the Soviet Minister of Sport open a modern ski factory in Mukachevo in the Ukraine.

Helmut Höflehner (AUT) wins the World Cup downhills in Gröden (ITA) and St. Anton (AUT). Winter Olympics in Calgary (CAN). Fischer's cross country racers win 13 gold, 11 silver and 5 bronze medals.

1984

New technology

Josef Fischer sets new standards in ski making with the introduction of a revolutionary production technology. The Vacuum method creates a homogenous ski body in which ski forces can flow softly into each other. In cross country, it is the COMPOSITE CORE (lightweight core) that makes it possible to make the lightest cross country ski in the world.

Reinforcing elements developed especially by Fischer that take up only 20% of the space available enable series production for the new lightweight ski. This is the dawn of the lightweight era in cross country skiing.

1978

Nordic dominance

Fischer looks after 151 top athletes from 16 nations in cross country, biathlon and ski jumping. Thomas Wassberg (SWE), Sergej Saveljev (USSR), Lars Erik Eriksen (NOR), Tommy Limby (SWE), Eugenji Baljaev (USSR), Toni Innauer (AUT) all win with Fischer products.

13 medals are won with Fischer at the Nordic WCH in Lahti (FIN).

1976

The nation’s hero

Franz Klammer (AUT) takes the gold medal in the Olympic downhill in Innsbruck (AUT) with Fischer C4 skis. He masters the difficult run on the Patscherkofel in a time of 1:45.73.

1974

The Nordic breakthrough

At the Nordic World Championships in Falun (SWE), 7 medals are won with Fischer and 52% of all competitors already rely on Fischer equipment.

1971

First cross country line

New production and storage facilities are built and the social building is handed over for the staff to use. This marks the completion of the new works.

The first Fischer cross country line is presented at the ISPO trade fair (the largest fair for sporting goods in the world) in Munich.