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  1. DISCOVER THE NEW AND EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED EDITION RACQUETS, CO-DESIGNED BY OUR #1 PLAYERS
    DISCOVER THE NEW AND EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED EDITION RACQUETS, CO-DESIGNED BY OUR #1 PLAYERS

    DISCOVER THE NEW AND EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED EDITION RACQUETS, CO-DESIGNED BY OUR #1 PLAYERS

    Get ready, because you’re in for a real treat! HEAD PADEL has once again raised the bar with the release of the Signature Racquets limited edition padel racquets. Crafted in collaboration with our world number 1 players Arturo Coello, Ari Sánchez and Paula Josemaría, these racquets are nothing short of spectacular! Boasting premium quality, refined elegance and limited availability, each racquet bears the personal signature of its respective padel player.

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  2. JANNIK SINNER BECOMES FIRST ITALIAN WORLD NUMBER ONE
    JANNIK SINNER BECOMES FIRST ITALIAN WORLD NUMBER ONE

    JANNIK SINNER BECOMES FIRST ITALIAN WORLD NUMBER ONE

    This week sees a new name at the top of the men’s world tennis rankings: HEAD’s tennis ambassador Jannik Sinner.

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  3. HEAD PADEL CREATES A LIMITED EDITION IN HONOUR OF PRINCE ALFONSO OF HOHENLOHE
    HEAD PADEL CREATES A LIMITED EDITION IN HONOUR OF PRINCE ALFONSO OF HOHENLOHE

    HEAD PADEL CREATES A LIMITED EDITION IN HONOUR OF PRINCE ALFONSO OF HOHENLOHE

    At HEAD PADEL, we take pride in honouring our rich history and legacy. That is why the brand has unveiled a truly remarkable raquet once again. The collaboration brings us closer to the early days of padel in Spain, and its visionary precursor, Prince Alfonso de Hohenlohe, while also giving a clear nod to its country of origin: Mexico. A most magical mix.

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  4. HEAD PADEL, DOUBLY AWARDED AT THE PRESTIGIOUS PADEL RACKET AWARDS
    HEAD PADEL, DOUBLY AWARDED AT THE PRESTIGIOUS PADEL RACKET AWARDS

    HEAD PADEL, DOUBLY AWARDED AT THE PRESTIGIOUS PADEL RACKET AWARDS

    The awards went to the Extreme Pro, as the best power padel racquet, and to the Motion Pro BOA shoes, in the comfort and fit category

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  5. Aaron Rolph´s Fire and Ice - Skiing Japan’s Active Volcanoes
    Aaron Rolph´s Fire and Ice - Skiing Japan’s Active Volcanoes

    Aaron Rolph´s Fire and Ice - Skiing Japan’s Active Volcanoes

    Climbing and skiing volcanoes has always felt very special to me, it offers a deeply physical interaction with mountains that protrude right out of nothing and their very existence tells a story

    from over one-hundred thousand years ago. In Japan, many of these volcanoes are still alive, expelling huge plumes of volcanic gasses and there is always a very small chance of an

    unexpected eruption. These mountains are still writing their story and we had a chance to see this up close while putting down tracks on their steep faces.

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  6. HEAD Worldcup Rebels are the clear No. 1 again in 2023/24
    HEAD Worldcup Rebels are the clear No. 1 again in 2023/24

    HEAD Worldcup Rebels are the clear No. 1 again in 2023/24

    With 7,760 points in the FIS Brand Ranking, HEAD once again confirms its leading position in the Alpine Ski World Cup in the 2023/24 season. Lara Gut-Behrami's performance is outstanding - the Swiss athlete wins the Crystal Globe for the overall World Cup and two more Crystal Globes in the Giant Slalom and Super-G. The Downhill Crystal Globe goes to Cornelia Hütter from Austria. In total, the HEAD Worldcup Rebels stood on top of the podium 17 times this season. The HEAD team also notched up a further 22 second places and 17 third places.

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  7. Franjo von Allmen remains a HEAD Worldcup Rebel
    Franjo von Allmen remains a HEAD Worldcup Rebel

    Franjo von Allmen remains a HEAD Worldcup Rebel

    Speed discipline specialist Franjo von Allmen will stay with HEAD to compete in the World Cup. The Swiss athlete, who has trusted in HEAD since his youth, has extended his contract. In January, the 22-year-old podiumed in the World Cup for the first time in his career: Franjo von Allmen raced to third place in the Super-G in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, his twelfth World Cup event. He will be supported by his service man Sepp Kuppelwieser. 

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  8. Cornelia Hütter wins the Downhill Crystal Globe
    Cornelia Hütter wins the Downhill Crystal Globe

    Cornelia Hütter wins the Downhill Crystal Globe

    Victory in the Downhill in Saalbach on Saturday sees Cornelia Hütter sensationally win the Crystal Globe in this discipline. For the Austrian athlete this is the first Crystal Globe in her career. The final deciding race for the Downhill overall rankings is an absolute cliff-hanger. The second and fourth places overall go to two other HEAD Worldcup Rebels: Lara Gut-Behrami and Stephanie Venier.

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  9. Lara Gut-Behrami wins her third Crystal Globe
    Lara Gut-Behrami wins her third Crystal Globe

    Lara Gut-Behrami wins her third Crystal Globe

    The crystal keeps on coming for Lara Gut-Behrami at the second weekend of finals in Saalbach. Finishing in seventh place in the final Super-G on Friday, the Swiss athlete wins the Crystal Globe in this discipline as well - her third after winning the overall World Cup and the Giant Slalom. Kajsa Vickhoff Lie podiums in third place for the third time this season. In the men's Super-G, Vincent Kriechmayr finishes the season in second place overall.

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  10. Lara Gut-Behrami crystallizes the Giant Slalom and the overall World Cup
    Lara Gut-Behrami crystallizes the Giant Slalom and the overall World Cup

    Lara Gut-Behrami crystallizes the Giant Slalom and the overall World Cup

    Crystal ski Sunday for Lara Gut-Behrami in Saalbach! The Swiss athlete takes the Crystal Globe in Giant Slalom for the first time following the final event of the season in this discipline, as well as the Crystal Globe for the overall World Cup winner 2023/24. Joan Verdu skis a sensational race to score his best World Cup result to date with second place in the Giant Slalom on Saturday following time out due to severe back pain. Anna Swenn-Larsson finishes third in the Slalom on Saturday.

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  11. Sara Hector & Lara Gut-Behrami podium in the Giant Slalom
    Sara Hector & Lara Gut-Behrami podium in the Giant Slalom

    Sara Hector & Lara Gut-Behrami podium in the Giant Slalom

    Two HEAD Worldcup Rebels on the podium in the Giant Slalom in Aare on Saturday with Sara Hector in second place and Lara Gut-Behrami finishing third. The third place finish sees the Swiss athlete enter the final race in Saalbach with a 95-point lead in the Giant Slalom World Cup.

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  12. HEAD is working on more sustainable tennis racquets and pickleball paddles
    HEAD is working on more sustainable tennis racquets and pickleball paddles

    HEAD is working on more sustainable tennis racquets and pickleball paddles

    HEAD is showing a vision of a more sustainable future for racquet sports with the development of prototype tennis racquets and pickleball paddles that amongst other materials, contain Toray’s 100% bio-circular carbon fibers[1] (using the mass balance approach[2]) instead of usual carbon fibers.

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  13. Lara Gut-Behrami well on course for World Cup Crystal.
    Lara Gut-Behrami well on course for World Cup Crystal.

    Lara Gut-Behrami well on course for World Cup Crystal.

    First and second places in the two Super-G races in Kvitfjell see Lara Gut-Behrami further extend her lead in the overall World Cup and the Super-G discipline. The HEAD Worldcup Rebels celebrate a double victory on Saturday with Lara Gut-Behrami and Cornelia Hütter. In Aspen, Atle Lie McGrath finishes third on Friday, returning to the Giant Slalom podium for the first time in more than three years.

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  14. The Ski That Has Got Women Talking
    The Ski That Has Got Women Talking

    The Ski That Has Got Women Talking

    Two HEAD hosted events for women skiers all over the world, occurred last year, in 2023. The first, in March, was on the slopes of Whistler in Canada, the other, in November, was at the big ski festival in Stubai, Austria. Although over 7,000 kilometres apart they are united in one important respect, they both hosted the launch of the new line-up of JOY skis. This is a significant event.

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  15. Lara Gut-Behrami builds on her World Cup lead
    Lara Gut-Behrami builds on her World Cup lead

    Lara Gut-Behrami builds on her World Cup lead

    Following her victory in the Downhill in Crans-Montana on Friday and third place in the Downhill on Saturday, Lara Gut-Behrami is now 205 points in front of Mikaela Shiffrin in the World Cup. The Swiss athlete also takes over the red jersey in the Downhill. Cornelia Hütter finishes in second place on Friday. Stephanie Venier celebrates her first Super-G victory on Sunday. Vincent Kriechmayr is delighted with his second win of the season in the Super-G in Kvitfjell on Sunday. On Saturday, the Austrian athlete finishes second in the Downhill to claim his first podium in this discipline this season.

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  16. Lara Gut-Behrami takes the overall lead in the World Cup
    Lara Gut-Behrami takes the overall lead in the World Cup

    Lara Gut-Behrami takes the overall lead in the World Cup

    There's no holding back Lara Gut-Behrami! Following her victory in the Giant Slalom on Saturday, the Swiss athlete leaves Soldeu in Andorra as the World Cup overall leader. It is the 43rd World Cup victory for the 32-year-old, and her ninth in this discipline. AJ Hurt finishes third to win her second podium in the World Cup. Anna Swenn-Larsson celebrates her second World Cup victory in the Slalom in Soldau on Sunday.

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  17. Lara Gut-Behrami defends her Giant Slalom red jersey in style
    Lara Gut-Behrami defends her Giant Slalom red jersey in style

    Lara Gut-Behrami defends her Giant Slalom red jersey in style

    Winning by more than a second in the Giant Slalom in Kronplatz, Lara Gut-Behrami celebrates her 42nd World Cup victory, the eighth in this discipline. The Swiss athlete continues to extend her lead in the Giant Slalom World Cup. Sara Hector also races to the podium in second place.

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  18. HEAD Worldcup Rebels’ triple victories in Cortina
    HEAD Worldcup Rebels’ triple victories in Cortina

    HEAD Worldcup Rebels’ triple victories in Cortina

    Two Downhills and a Super-G in Cortina make three victories for the HEAD Worldcup Rebels. Friday sees Stephanie Venier celebrate her second World Cup victory in the first Downhill race of the weekend in front of Lara Gut-Behrami. On Saturday, it's Ragnhild Mowinckel who wins her first Downhill, with Lara Gut-Behrami following up on Sunday in the Super-G ahead of Stephanie Venier for World Cup victory No. 41. In the two Super-G events in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Saturday sees Guglielmo Bosca and Sunday Franjo von Allmen each podium for the first time in the World Cup.

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  19. SINNER JOINS THE RANKS OF THE GREATS WITH FIRST GRAND SLAM TITLE IN MELBOURNE
     SINNER JOINS THE RANKS OF THE GREATS WITH FIRST GRAND SLAM TITLE IN MELBOURNE

    SINNER JOINS THE RANKS OF THE GREATS WITH FIRST GRAND SLAM TITLE IN MELBOURNE

    Jannik Sinner has carved his name on the Grand Slam roll of honour! Long tipped for the biggest prizes, the 22-year-old Italian finally came good by beating Daniil Medvedev in the final of the Australian Open to claim his first major title.

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  20. Sara Hector far in front for fifth World Cup victory
    Sara Hector far in front for fifth World Cup victory

    Sara Hector far in front for fifth World Cup victory

    With an impressive lead of 1.52 seconds, Sara Hector wins the Giant Slalom in Jasna on Saturday for her fifth World Cup victory, all five in this discipline. Finishing in sixth place, Lara Gut-Behrami takes the lead in the Giant Slalom World Cup rankings. Anna Swenn-Larsson races to her first podium finish of the season with third place in the Slalom in Jasna on Sunday. In Kitzbühel, the HEAD Worldcup Rebels just miss the podium in both Downhill events with two fourth-place finishes.

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  21. First podium in the Slalom for Sara Hector
    First podium in the Slalom for Sara Hector

    First podium in the Slalom for Sara Hector

    Sara Hector podiums in the Slalom for the first time in her career by finishing third in Flachau on Tuesday. Four more HEAD Worldcup Rebels finish in the top ten with Anna Swenn-Larsson in fifth place, Camille Rast sixth, Dzenifera Germane eighth, and Andrine Maarstöl tenth.

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  22. SINNER’S RISE UP THE SLOPE WILL CONTINUE WITH HEAD
    SINNER’S RISE UP THE SLOPE WILL CONTINUE WITH HEAD

    SINNER’S RISE UP THE SLOPE WILL CONTINUE WITH HEAD

    The Italian player signs a new long-term contract that will keep him with his racquet manufacturer for several more years. The world’s fourth-best male tennis player Jannik Sinner has extended his contract with his racquet maker HEAD with a new multi-year deal.

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  23. ZVEREV COMMITS TO HEAD FOR THE NEXT DECADE
    ZVEREV COMMITS TO HEAD FOR THE NEXT DECADE

    ZVEREV COMMITS TO HEAD FOR THE NEXT DECADE

    World No 6 extends his relationship with his racquet provider with new multi-year deal. Alexander Zverev has committed his future to HEAD, agreeing a new contract that will ensure that he plays with a HEAD racquet for the foreseeable future.

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  24. Triple and double victories for HEAD in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee
    Triple and double victories for HEAD in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee

    Triple and double victories for HEAD in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee

    Cornelia Hütter, Kajsa Vickhoff Lie and Lara Gut-Behrami own the whole podium - the HEAD Worldcup Rebels race into the weekend on Friday with a brilliant triple victory in the Super-G in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee. And they leave on Sunday following an equally impressive double victory by Lara Gut-Behrami and Cornelia Hütter in the second Super-G event. Cornelia Hütter has now taken over the red jersey in the Super-G discipline. In the Downhill event on Saturday Stephanie Venier finishes second to just miss out on her second World Cup victory. Atle Lie McGrath also finishes second in the Slalom in Wengen on Sunday.

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