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Ice and Palm Trees

Alpine

14.09.18

Ice and Palm Trees

Across the most beautiful mountains of the Alps to the Mediterranean with just muscle power - Fischer freeski athlete Max Kroneck set off for his biggest and most unorthodox ski tour ever.

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How is training in summer, Max Franz?

Alpine

17.07.18

How is training in summer, Max Franz?

The Fischer Race Family is delighted about a new Austrian member of the speed team: Max Franz will be racing with Fischer from the upcoming season. The 28-year-old Carinthian has shown how strong he is in Downhill and Super G for years. During his visit at our headquarters he shared with us the reason why he changed to Fischer, his plans for summer and his goals for the next season.

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FISCHER FAMILY DAY

Alpine, Nordic, Hockey

29.06.18

FISCHER FAMILY DAY

Today was a very special day for many: at the Fischer Family Day on Saturday the manufacturer of sporting goods from Ried im Innkreis opened its doors to families and relatives of all employees. Besides guided tours through the heart of the company – ski production – there was an exciting side programme for young and old.Numerous athletes also made their way to the Fischer headquarters.

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Eiger west flank on skis

Alpine

25.05.18

Eiger west flank on skis

With its 1800-meter-high north face and its mountain dramas the Eiger in the Bernese Alps is without doubt one of the most spectacular and famous mountains in the world. It is possible to ski it via the west flank. And it had been on Fischer freerider Melissa Presslaber's ski bucket list for quite some time. The day came early this spring:

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Backstage at the Freeride World Tour

Alpine

16.05.18

Backstage at the Freeride World Tour

Fischer Freeski Team member Neil Williman is a former participant of the Freeride World Tour and since the 17I18 season has been commenting on the competitions he himself competed in. He gives us an exclusive insight into the joys and sorrows of his new job as a commentator.

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