Interviews - World Cup Sölden
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Our athlete's latest interviews and statements by video!

Marion Bertrand (FRA), Taina Barioz (FRA), Philipp Schörghofer (AUT), Tim Jitloff (USA), Stephan Görgl (AUT), Thomas Fanara (FRA) and Racing Director Siegi Voglreiter are talking about their impressions of the first World Cup weekend of the 12l13 season in Sölden.
Manfred Mölgg: back on the podium
Manfred Mölgg (ITA) has reason to be happy. The South Tyrolean finally made it back to the podium at the season opener in Sölden. Clinching second place he confirmed that he will be a force to be reckoned with again in the upcoming season. "I already had a good feeling in the morning today. It's incredible to be among the best three again!" Also on top form: Thomas Fanara (FRA), who came fourth.
Philipp Schörghofer: "Sölden is a run that calls for a killer instinct!"
The Alpine ski World Cup season gets under way again this weekend. And Philipp Schörghofer (AUT), a new face in the Fischer team, is ready for action. Rumour has it that he is one of the strongest racers in the Austrian ski team. Read this interview to find out what he has to say about this.
Ski stars in the flashlights
Perfect scenes, perfect poses: Schörghofer, Cologna and co. took centre stage with an outstanding performance. The skiing stars made their way to equipment sponsor Fischer Sports where they demonstrated their modelling talents at a photoshoot away from the slopes and tracks.
RACE CODE - All new and online!
With the shipping of the new skiing equipment there will again be new RACE CODES for all the users of our racing products. All original race products feature the new code which you need to log in to the insider platform. This is where you will find all the details on the successful Fischer package of skis, boots and bindings.

Grange back on skis: I did what I like most!
Jean-Baptiste Grange (FRA) is back on skis. After his injury in spring he had his first day on snow today – his birthday. Bad weather conditions were a minor matter. The most important thing: he felt no pain, only happiness! Read more in the interview: