Vincent Kriechmayr is now a HEAD World Cup Rebel

A prominent new addition to the HEAD Alpine World Cup Team: Vincent Kriechmayr, winner of two medals at the World Championships in Aare, joins the HEAD World Cup Rebels.

Corinne Suter crowned queen of the speed disciplines

Two Crystal Globes for the new queen of the speed disciplines Corinne Suter, as well as a Crystal Globe each for Beat Feuz and Alexis Pinturault. A total of 20 World Cup victories, 19 second places, 17 third places.

Third Downhill Crystal Globe in a row for Beat Feuz

In Norway the Swiss athlete finished in fourth place on Saturday. Victory was bagged by HEAD team-mate Matthias Mayer.

Sixth Combined Event Crystal Globe for Alexis Pinturault

On Monday Pinturault notched up another win with his victory in the Giant Slalom, putting him in the lead in the overall World Cup. Nina Ortlieb form Austria celebrated her first World Cup victory at the Super-G in La Thuile.

A Crystal Globe, double & triple victories – HEAD World Cup Rebels remain on course for success

Following the double victory by Lara Gut-Behrami and Corinne Suter in the Downhill on Friday, Gut-Behrami, Suter and Nina Ortlieb bagged a triple victory in the Downhill on Saturday.

Beat Feuz six points away from the Downhill Crystal Globe

Following his second place in Saalbach-Hinterglemm, the HEAD World Cup Rebel is only six points short of victory. Wendy Holdener nailed another two podium finishes in Kranjska Gora in Slalom and Giant Slalom.

First Super-G victory for Corinne Suter

This Sunday in Garmisch-Partenkirchen the Swiss athlete bagged her first victory in the Super-G. Her compatriot Wendy Holdener was in third place.

Alexis Pinturault wins with newly built skis

The first time they were raced – in the Giant Slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen on Sunday – saw Alexis Pinturault take victory.

Alexis Pinturault second at the Night Race in Schladming

HEAD World Cup Rebel Alexis Pinturault snatches second place at the legendary Night Race in Schladming. For the French athlete it was the second best Slalom result this season following his victory in Val d'Isere.

Victory for Mayer and Jansrud with new models of ski

Double victory in the Downhill for Matthias Mayer and Beat Feuz, double victory in the Super-G for Kjetil Jansrud and Mayer. Elena Curtoni wins her first World Cup race.

Two victories for the HEAD World Cup Rebels in Wengen

Matthias Mayer celebrated a sensational victory at the Combined event in Wengen on Friday.

Anna Swenn-Larsson second in the Night Slalom in Flachau

With the fastest time on the second run, HEAD World Cup Rebel Anna Swenn-Larsson from Sweden bagged second place in the Night Slalom in Flachau.

First World Cup victory for Corinne Suter

Corinne Suter is going from strength to strength this season. The 25-year-old Swiss athlete achieved her first World Cup victory in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee.

Alexis Pinturault snatches Combined victory in Bormio

Alexis Pinturault nailing his third victory of the season at the Combined event in Bormio on Sunday. HEAD Rebels Beat Feuz and Matthias Mayer also bagged podium finishes in Bormio on the two Downhill races.

First podium finish this season for Kjetil Jansrud

Kjetil Jansrud missed his 23rd Super-G World Cup victory in Gröden on Friday by just five hundredths of a second. However, his second place was the first podium finish for the Norwegian this season.

HEAD premiere: First double victory in the men's Slalom

For the first time the HEAD World Cup Rebels celebrated a double victory in the men's Slalom with Alexis Pinturault and Andre Myhrer. In the women's Parallel Slalom Anna Swenn Larsson and Franziska Gritsch finished on the podium as well.

Tommy Ford - two different skis for first World Cup victory

A sensational first World Cup victory for Tommy Ford in the Giant Slalom. In the Downhill event the HEAD Rebels celebrated a double victory with Beat Feuz and Johann Clarey, and in the Super-G Matthias Mayer finished third.

Matthias Mayer: Victory in Lake Louise with new ski boots

The 29-year-old Austrian won the Super-G in Lake Louise, following his fifth place in the Downhill the day before.

23rd podium finish for Wendy Holdener in Slalom

Wendy Holdener finished second in Levi, making it her 23rd podium finish in the Slalom. Five of the HEAD team were in the top 14. Andre Myhrer finished fifth in the men's event.


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