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Fischer tops biathlon World Championships again

Nordic

19.02.24

Fischer tops biathlon World Championships again

Pure yellow shined brightly on the podium framed by the night sky of Nove Mesto. With his victory in the final Mass Start, Johannes Thingnes Bø from Norway crowned himself the most successful World Championship athlete and, at the same time, his supplier Fischer once again was the most successful ski, boot and binding brand at the Biathlon World Championships in Nove Mesto.

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Work so hard that everything you do looks simple: Jarl Magnus Riiber

Nordic

15.02.24

Work so hard that everything you do looks simple: Jarl Magnus Riiber

The Norwegian Jarl Magnus Riiber describes himself as a veteran but remains one of the best in Nordic combined. From a young age, Jarl followed the World Cup and always knew he wanted to become a professional athlete. Until the season 23l24 he has already won the overall World Cup four times and is one of the all-time best with the most World Cup victories in his discipline.

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A day to remember in Chamonix

Alpine

04.02.24

A day to remember in Chamonix

Daniel Yule achieves something historic in the slalom in Chamonix. He is the first skier ever to make the leap from 30th place in the first run to 1st place in the second run and thus wins his first slalom of the season.

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Mathilde does Mathilde things

Alpine

04.02.24

Mathilde does Mathilde things

It's getting scary: Freestyle skier Mathilde Gremaud wins her fifth World Cup in her sixth competition at the Slopestyle World Cup in Mammoth Mountain and makes it three wins out of three Slopestyle World Cups this season.

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Next Super G podium for Raphael Haaser

Alpine

28.01.24

Next Super G podium for Raphael Haaser

Next Super G podium finish for Austrian Raphael Haaser after his second place in Bormio, Italy. After finishing 15th in the first Super G in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, the Tyrolean was only narrowly beaten by Marco Odermatt in the second race of the weekend.

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Mathilde Gremaud wins in Laax

Alpine

22.01.24

Mathilde Gremaud wins in Laax

Mathilde Gremaud triumphed at her home World Cup in Laax and claimed her 11th World Cup victory. Thanks to a strong 1st run, she scored exactly 86 points in the slopestyle final and celebrated her 4th victory in her 5th competition of the season!

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Kitzbühel is yellow!

Alpine

21.01.24

Kitzbühel is yellow!

The famous Ganslernhang in Kitzbühel stays a good hill for the #fischerracefamily. Another double podium, just like last year, with Kristoffer Jakobsen (SWE) finishing on Rank 2 and Daniel Yule (SUI) finishing on Rank 3. With 5 more athletes in the top 15, the whole Fischer World Cup Squad put in an outstanding performance!

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Fischer celebrates a century of excellence in sporting goods

Alpine, Nordic, Hockey

18.01.24

Fischer celebrates a century of excellence in sporting goods

Fischer, a global leader in the sporting goods industry, is thrilled to announce the celebration of its 100th anniversary. Since its inception in 1924, Fischer has been at the forefront of innovation and quality in the world of sports equipment, and this milestone is a testament to the company's unwavering commitment to excellence.

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