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Absolutely Awesome: William Larsson

Alpine

08.09.22

Absolutely Awesome: William Larsson

Swedish skier William Larsson is a great skier and athlete who is never afraid to try new things. During the summer of 2022, for example, he competed in a half-distance triathlon even though he had only tried open water swimming once before.

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Do what makes you happy: Teresa Stadlober

Nordic

02.09.22

Do what makes you happy: Teresa Stadlober

Teresa Stadlober is competing as a solo fighter in the cross-country skiing World Cup, and has found great success. At Beijing, the Austrian made history as her country's first female Olympic medalist in cross-country skiing with her bronze medal in the skiathlon. Her love of skiing was ingrained in her by her parents and has determined her life's path ever since.

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Work on the tiny parts: Max Kroneck

Alpine

26.08.22

Work on the tiny parts: Max Kroneck

Freeride athlete Max Kroneck, a resident of Benediktbeuern, Germany, calls Herzogstand his home resort, but Max can often be found roaming the hills around his home in search of backcountry adventure. He’s been on the Fischer team since 2014. In that time, he has learned a lot about the importance of high-quality ski construction, whether he’s ripping groomers or searching for new lines off of the skin track.  

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Fischer restricted its business in Russia

Alpine, Nordic, Hockey

02.08.22

Fischer restricted its business in Russia

As a company that employs more than half of its workforce at production sites in Ukraine, Fischer has been particularly moved by Russian aggression towards its neighboring country. As a result, sales activities in Russia have been severely restricted and all investments stopped. 

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Follow your passion: Tiril Eckhoff

Nordic

20.07.22

Follow your passion: Tiril Eckhoff

Norwegian biathlete and two-time Olympic Champion Tiril Eckhoff has been a member of the Fischer Race Family since she was 15 years old - half of her life. She has competed on the World Cup circuit since 2011 and represented Norway at the Sochi, Pyeonchang, and Beijing Olympic Games.

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Only dead fish follow the river: Johannes Høsflot Klæbo

Nordic

15.07.22

Only dead fish follow the river: Johannes Høsflot Klæbo

Norwegian cross-country skier Johannes Høsflot Klæbo, who was born in 1996, holds the record for being the youngest male skier to win the overall World Cup title (2018). He is based out of Trondheim, Norway, where he represents the Byåsen IL club. He has recently resigned with Fischer and will represent the brand for at least the next four years.

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