The HEAD World Cup Rebels become even stronger

HEAD are delighted to announce the arrival of World Cup winner Manuel Osborne-Paradis, Olympic Champion Sandro Villetta as well as Ragnhild Mowinckel and Bernadette Schild to the HEAD World Cup Rebels team.


オーストリア・ヒンタートックス氷河スキー場でHEADサマーレーシングキャンプを実施いたします。スキークロス バンクーバーオリンピック代表の瀧澤宏臣によるコーチングで20日間の充実したトレーニングが行われます。

Feuz renews with HEAD

After winning the last two speed races of the World Cup season, Beat Feuz has decided to renew his contract with the HEAD World Cup Rebels for another two years. The HEAD World Cup Rebels are delighted that Feuz returned to fitness and proved that he is one of the best speed skiers in the World with his results last season.

Myhrer signs on for three more years

HEAD is delighted to announce that fresh from winning the St Moritz World Cup Finals Slalom, Andre Myhrer has put pen to paper and committed to the HEAD World Cup Rebels for another three years. As the first man to win a World Cup slalom on HEAD skis in the modern era with his win in St Moritz, Myhrer ended the season on a high. Myhrer had earlier in the season ended the HEAD drought from the Slalom World Cup podium with his second place in Japan at the end of February.

Lara Gut and Lindsey Vonn win Globes for HEAD World Cup Rebels

The 2015 - 2016 HEAD World Cup Rebels raced to more wins through the season that the year before but did not let the injuries to major stars of the team hamper them. This was a team that just did not know when they were beaten. By the time the season wound up in St Moritz, Lindsey Vonn had won the Downhill Globe, Wendy Holder the Women’s Alpine Combined and Alexis Pinturault the Menb’s Alpine Combined, Lara Gut had secured the Super G Globe and the Overall Globe, won by Anna Fenninger for the two previous seasons, was staying with the HEAD World Cup Rebels. As a team the award for the most successful manufacturer stayed with HEAD as well!

Andre Myhrer ends draught from the top step!

Having ended the HEAD World Cup Rebels podium draught in Japan, Andre Myhrer fought his way down the final World Cup Slalom of the year to stand on the top step of the podium, the first time a HEAD World Cup Rebel has stood there in Slalom in the modern era! Marcel Hirscher took second with Sebastian Foss-Solewaag in third.

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