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Mourning for the last great leader of the Austrian ski industry. Honorary Councilor of Commerce Josef Fischer is dead

Alpine, Nordic, Hockey

26.08.20

Mourning for the last great leader of the Austrian ski industry. Honorary Councilor of Commerce Josef Fischer is dead

Josef Fischer, recognized as an Honorary Councilor of Commerce in Austria, and the son of the founder of Fischer Sports, LTD who went on to own the company, passed away on August 26th at the age of 90. Though the book of the venerable Josef Fischer’s life has now closed, his life’s work- the last of the great Austrian ski companies- will remain 100% in his family’s possession.

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Rollerskiing Tips and Tricks from the Pros

Nordic

20.07.20

Rollerskiing Tips and Tricks from the Pros

The summer season is upon us and that means it’s time to hit the pavement. Cross country skiers are fortunate to have a form of warm weather training that’s so similar to the real thing, with rollerskiing building plenty of cardio, endurance and specific strength capacity for the coming winter. But rollerskiing, admittedly, can be rather tricky to master, so we decided to ask Kikkan Randall and Sadie Maubet Bjornsen for some tips to keep you safe, productive and having fun.

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NEW MEMBERS OF THE FISCHER RACE FAMILY

Alpine

20.07.20

NEW MEMBERS OF THE FISCHER RACE FAMILY

Three athletes from three nations: the Fischer Race Family is delighted to welcome highly promising new recruits for the coming season. Swiss Luca Aerni, Englishman Dave Ryding and German Marina Wallner are switching to the ski equipment manufactured in Ried im Innkreis and will be racing on Fischer skis from now on.

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With rollerskis across Switzerland

Nordic

18.07.20

With rollerskis across Switzerland

…that should actually be possible, thought Lars, a 10-year-old cross-country skier from Interlaken. He started his expedition at the beginning of the summer holidays and reached Zurich in the evening of the 6th day, where he visited his grandmother. He covered a total of more than 200 kilometers, broke his pole, fell and had a runny nose and tested many Swiss swimming pools. A small extract from his diary.

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