KAISA MÄKÄRÄINEN

 

FACTS

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NATION Finland
DATE OF BIRTH 11.01.1983
NICKNAME Kappa
ZODIAC SIGN Capricorn
WEBSITE kaisaleena.com
CLUB Kontiolathi Sport Club
COACHES Jarmo Punkkinen (skiing)
BODY SIZE 171 cm
BODY WEIGHT 58 kg
INJURIES Knee operation in 2009
LANGUAGES SPOKEN Finnish, Englisch, a bit Swedish and German
MOST IMPORTANT ACHIEVEMENTS OF MINE World Cup total winner 2010-2011, Winner of pursuit cup 2010-2011, World Championships gold and silver 2011, bronze 2012
FAMILY Mother, father, two little brothers and engaged with my boyfriend
WITH FISCHER SINCE 2010
HOBBIES Flowers & plants, reading
DESCRIPTION OF MYSELF Strengths: I’m good in organization of my busy life! Weaknesses: I stress too much!
PERFECT PREPARATION & ACCOMODATION FOR RACINGS BY MYSELF Good sleep at night, slow and tasty breakfast and not too nice weather!
I AM SUPERSTITIOUS AT... My dreams and choosing one of my lucky numbers at the shooting range
MY BIGGEST DREAM Stay healthy and make the dreams come true!
MY FAVOURED HOLIDAY DESTINATION some easy going place.. I think I have not been there yet!
IN 10 YEARS I AM GOING TO DO/BE... ..as busy as I am now but in different things. I’m sure I still love and do a lot of sports!
25.03.2014
Fischer with a flurry of medals and glistening globes
What a performance: for the fifth time in succession Fischer emerged as the dominatingly successful Nordic ski and boot brand in this year's World Cup season. In the Nordic disciplines 69% of the athletes made it to the podium with Fischer skis and 49% were also successful with Fischer boots. Five of the seven large and eight of the thirteen small crystal globes went to athletes in the Fischer Racing Team. This impressive success was topped only by the flurry of medals in Sochi (RUS): a remarkable 103 of the 159 possible medals there were won by Fischer athletes, adding a new chapter to the history of the family-owned company to coincide with its 90-year anniversary.

TOP RESULTS 13|14

1. 10km Verfolgung, Kontiolahti, FIN (16.03)
1. 7,5km Sprint (Ersatz Verf. Östersund), Kontiolahti, FIN (15.03)
1. 7,5km Sprint, Kontiolahti, FIN (13.03)
1. 10km Verfolgung, Pokljuka, SLO (08.03)
2. 12,5km Massenstart, Pokljuka, SLO (09.03)
2. 10km Verfolgung, Oberhof, GER (04.01)
2. 7,5km Sprint, Oberhof, GER (03.01)
2. 7,5km Sprint, Annecy, FRA (14.12)
3. 10km Verfolgung, Ruhpolding, GER (12.01)

RESULTS

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Olympic Games
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World Championships
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World Championships
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World Cup