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  • Pärson on the podium again

    January 17th, 2009, Ski

    In the Super-Combined Anja Pärson is still lady to beat. At Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Austria the HEAD-Athlete scored third, defeating her top ranking ….

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  • Miller on the podium at Wengen

    January 17th, 2009, Ski

    At the classic Downhill race in Wengen (Switzerland) Bode Miller races on the podium. The HEAD racer missed first place only by two tenth of a second….

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  • Riesch dominates in Maribor

    January 11th, 2009, Ski

    Germany’s Maria Riesch improved her own record of consecutive slalom wins today in Maribor catching her fourth race in a row after another impressive demonstration of her skill and her determination.

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  • Maria Riesch - Queen of Snow

    January 4th, 2009, Ski

    At Zagreb, Croatia Maria Riesch crowns herself as the Queen of Snow. The HEAD-Athlete realizes the third consecutive victory in a Slalom-Worldcup and she takes over the lead in the Overall-Worldcup ranking.

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  • Riesch celebrates second season victory

    December 29th, 2008, Ski

    At Semmering, Austria Maria Riesch celebrates her second victory of the season. The HEAD-Racer triumphs in the Slalom and conquers the red leader jersey of the discipline......

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  • Miller races on to the podium at Gröden

    December 21st, 2008, Ski

    Bode Miller claims the podium at the Downhill classic of Gröden, Italy. Despite a light snowfall at the Italian ski resort the HEAD racer finishes second ......

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  • Pärson back on the podium

    December 19th, 2008, Ski

    Sweden’s skiing superstar Anja Paerson won her first competition this season at St Moritz where she clinched a Super-combined event on Friday and grabbed her 39th World Cup victory.

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  • First season win for Maria Riesch

    December 14th, 2008, Ski

    Germany’s Maria Riesch celebrated an impressive victory in today’s slalom raced under snowfall at La Molina, in Catalonia, where she crushed her rivals after two nearly flawless runs down the treacherous slope.

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  • Maier does it again!

    December 6th, 2008, Ski

    Hermann Maier defeats the lead in the Super G Worldcup. Finishing second the HEAD Racer captured the podium again. In Beaver Creek (USA) Hermann Maier skied again right on the podium.

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  • Impressive performance of Riesch in season's first speed contest

    December 6th, 2008, Ski

    In the first women's Downhill race in Lake Louise, Canada, HEAD Racer Maria Riesch captured the podium.

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  • Büchel finishing second in Beaver Creek

    December 6th, 2008, Ski

    HEAD-Racer Marco Büchel missed his first victory of the season 2008/2009 at the Downhill race in Beaver Creek, finishing only 6 hundreths of a second behind the winner on the “Birds of Pray“ race course.

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  • The HERMINATOR is back on track

    December 1st, 2008, Ski

    Hermann Maier scored his first World Cup win in almost three years in Lake Louise’s difficult Super-G on Sunday. The Austrian, who turns 36 next Sunday, achieved an almost flawless run on the demanding ‘Olympic Run’ to bag his 54th World Cup victory.

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  • First World Cup win for Sarka Zahrobska

    December 1st, 2008, Ski

    Almost two years after having stunned the rest of the field in unexpectedly clinching the gold medal at the Åre 2007 FIS World Championships, Zahrobska finally celebrated her first ever World Cup victory.

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  • Görgl comes up strong in Aspen

    November 30th, 2008, Ski

    At the women Giant Slalom in Aspen, HEAD Racer Elisabeth Görgl ties up to her success from last season. After two runs she celebrates third place.

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  • Third place for Olsson in Lake Louise

    November 30th, 2008, Ski

    Swedish HEAD-Racer Hans Olsson captured the podium in the first Downhill race of the new season 2008/2009 – finishing third, only 16 of a hundredths of seconds behind the winner.

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  • Miller rocks Slalom in Finland – Second in Levi

    November 16th, 2008, Ski

    HEAD-Racer Bode Miller shoots himself on the podium of the World Cup Slalom in Levi, Finland. Scoring 1:45,28 minutes he only let pass one competitor. With the second place the American is on target for the overall World Cup.

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  • Riesch carves for the podium in Levi

    November 15th, 2008, Ski

    In the very first Slalom of the World Cup season 2008/2009 Maria Riesch carved straight to the podium. In Levi Finland, the HEAD athlete took the third place.

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  • Anders Backe finishes 2nd at Monsterpark Invitational in Gstaad

    November 10th, 2008, Ski

    On the „Big Mama“ at Glacier 3000, 32 of the best Freeskiers from 8 countries competed at the Monsterpark Invitational. The event, one of the first of the season, gave riders the chance to assess their current skill level. All worked hard and gave it their best shot. Top riders and rookies alike demonstrated their true skills. The event on [..]

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  • First race – First podium for Didier Cuche

    October 27th, 2008, Ski

    HEAD-RACER Didier Cuche starts brilliant at the World Cup Opener by finishing second in the Giant Slalom in Sölden Austria

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  • HEAD World Cup Rebels – Their prey is made from crystal

    October 23rd, 2008, Ski

    They are among the best in Alpine skiing and some of the most fascinating characters in the World Cup circus: the HEAD Racing Team has been strengthened by prominent members and is once again striving for top rankings in 2008/2009.

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