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Local Guides Greenland

Alpine

16.05.24

Local Guides Greenland

For skiers, Greenland's appeal might initially be the varied terrain of glacier fjords and granite cirques, mostly accessed by boat or helicopter. North of Nuuk, iceberg-dotted waters and glacier tongues make for dramatic backdrops for even the mellowest of slopes. But visitors who over-focus on terrain can easily miss the country’s unique culture, which extends beyond city limits and into every mountain.

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The eventful career of AJ Ginnis

Alpine

07.05.24

The eventful career of AJ Ginnis

The guys from the Czech wintersports magazine SNOW have conducted a detailed interview with the Greek shooting star AJ Ginnis and we don't want to keep it from you. He spoke at length about his youth, his setbacks and his motivations. Be inspired by a truly impressive mindset! Courtesy of Michaela Kratochvilova, SNOW Magazine Czech Republic

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Kungsleden: 100 Shades of White

Nordic

07.05.24

Kungsleden: 100 Shades of White

In winter, the Kungsleden trail in northern Sweden leads through lonely emptiness, lost between the sky and the earth in soft colors. In 2024, Photographer Andreas Jacob and his friend Fabian Grafetstetter headed off into the valley of silence.

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Fischer dominates the long distance scene

Nordic

17.04.24

Fischer dominates the long distance scene

The professional ski marathon series "Ski Classics" celebrated its season finale last weekend with the Janteloppet. One thing is clear: No competitor can hold a candle to Fischer Athletes over long distances. All the winners in the thirteen individual competitions relied on Fischer. Over the entire Ski Classics season, 34 of the 39 athletes on the podium came from the Fischer Race Family, including Emilie Fleten (NOR, Team Ramudden) and Johan Hoel (NOR, Team Ragde Charge), who claimed the season’s overall victories.

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Small globe for Sarah Dreier

Alpine

07.04.24

Small globe for Sarah Dreier

In the last Vertical World Cup race of the season in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, Austrian skimo athlete Sarah Dreier finishes in second place and secures the small crystal globe in the vertical discipline!

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The almost perfect season of Mathilde Gremaud

Alpine

27.03.24

The almost perfect season of Mathilde Gremaud

With six victories and three second places in nine World Cups, Mathilde Gremaud has achieved something that no female freestyle skier has ever done before: she stood on the podium in every competition and was able to lift three crystal globes for the overall rankings at the end of the season!

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The 23I24 season is a wrap

Alpine

26.03.24

The 23I24 season is a wrap

The Alpine racing season 23I24 was one of ups and downs for Fischer, with some notable highlights and a happy ending. Alongside Bryce Bennett's (USA) amazing weekend in Val Gardena, Daniel Yule's (SUI) record victory in Chamonix, a perfect finish for Stefan Rogentin (SUI) and several other podiums, Raphael Haaser's (AUT) third place in the Super G overall standings was certainly the biggest highlight in a season with many cancelled races and sometimes difficult conditions. The #fischerracefamily once again proved it's competitiveness and the capabilities to attack the podium in every race!

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Undisputed Leader

Nordic

24.03.24

Undisputed Leader

This year's World Cup season came to a traditional end with the air show in Planica. The Austrian eagles Stefan Kraft and Daniel Huber completed the season adding to Fischer’s totals of four Overall globes and eight discipline World Cup globes. With 129 World Cup victories, 104 second and 99 third place finishes - which accounts for 55% of all podium places in the 23l24 World Cup - Fischer continued its position as the most successful ski, boot and binding brand for the 15th time in a row since the 09l10 season.

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