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Andreas Nygaard wins Ylläs-Levi

Nordic

13.04.19

Andreas Nygaard wins Ylläs-Levi

At the end of the VISMA Ski Classics Series 2019, the race over 70 kilometres from Ylläs to Levi in Finland was once again exciting. In the end Andreas Nygaard (Team Ragde Eiendom, Fischer skis, bindings and boots) was unbeatable and won the overall ranking of the season. Britta Johansson Norgren (Lager 157 Ski Team, Fischer skis, bindings and boots) was the overall winner already before the start and finished third today.

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New faces of the Fischer Race family successful at Reistadløpet

Nordic

06.04.19

New faces of the Fischer Race family successful at Reistadløpet

At the Reistadløpet in Norway, the penultimate race of the VISMA Ski Classics season, Mikael Gunnelfsen (Team Telemark, Fischer skis, bindings and boots) surprisingly won his first race of the long distance series. Local athlete Erik Valnes (Team Koteng, Fischer skis, bindings and boots) took third place, as did Anna Svendsen (Fischer skis, bindings and boots) in the women's race.

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Crystal globes crown the successful season

Nordic

25.03.19

Crystal globes crown the successful season

The 18|19 season comes to an end following an exhilarating weekend with some fantastic successes. The Fischer Race Family athletes bag five of the seven big Crystal Globes for the overall World Cup winners and nine of the thirteen small Crystal Globes in the discipline World Cups. In the four Nordic disciplines, 58% of all podium finishes are won with Fischer skis and boots, and 76% with the TURNAMIC® binding set-up. This makes Fischer the most successful ski and boot brand in the World Cup for the tenth time in succession since 09|10, and also the most successful binding brand with TURNAMIC® now in its second year.

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Markus Eisenbichler made a podium again

Nordic

24.03.19

Markus Eisenbichler made a podium again

Markus Eisenbichler (GER, Fischer) finished the World Cup season with a third place in the Schanzen valley in Planica (SLO). Unfortunately he could not defend his narrow lead in the Ski Flying World Cup and had to let Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN) take the lead at the end.

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