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  1. Two victories for the HEAD World Cup Rebels in Wengen
    Two victories for the HEAD World Cup Rebels in Wengen

    Two victories for the HEAD World Cup Rebels in Wengen

    Matthias Mayer celebrated a sensational victory at the Combined event in Wengen on Friday. Second place went to his HEAD team-mate Alexis Pinturault. That was followed by Beat Feuz's awesome third victory on the Lauberhorn run on Saturday.   

     

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  2. Anna Swenn-Larsson second in the Night Slalom in Flachau
    Anna Swenn-Larsson second in the Night Slalom in Flachau

    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. Fourth place went to Wendy Holdener from Switzerland.

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  3. First World Cup victory for Corinne Suter
    First World Cup victory for Corinne Suter

    First World Cup victory for Corinne Suter

    Corinne Suter is going from strength to strength this season. Following two podium finishes in Downhill and Super-G in Lake Louise, the 25-year-old Swiss athlete achieved her first World Cup victory on Saturday in the Downhill in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee.

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  4. Alexis Pinturault snatches Combined victory in Bormio
    Alexis Pinturault snatches Combined victory in Bormio

    Alexis Pinturault snatches Combined victory in Bormio

    An awesome Super-G performance provided the basis for 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

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  5. First podium finish this season for Kjetil Jansrud
    First podium finish this season for Kjetil Jansrud

    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. With a total of 14 athletes in the top 30, the HEAD World Cup Rebels were

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

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

    The World Cup weekend in Val d'Isere finished with a premiere: For the first time the HEAD World Cup Rebels celebrated a double victory in the men's Slalom with Alexis Pinturault and Andre Myhrer. Not

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  7. Tommy Ford - two different skis for first World Cup victory
    Tommy Ford - two different skis for first World Cup victory

    Tommy Ford - two different skis for first World Cup victory

    On the Birds of Prey slope in Beaver Creek, the HEAD World Cup Rebels once again showed their claws. A sensational first World Cup victory for Tommy Ford in the Giant Slalom. In the Downhill event the HEAD Rebels celebrated a double victory

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  8. Matthias Mayer: Victory in Lake Louise with new ski boots
    Matthias Mayer: Victory in Lake Louise with new ski boots

    Matthias Mayer: Victory in Lake Louise with new ski boots

    This season Matthias Mayer is competing with a new model of boot. His trust in the new equipment has been rewarded. The 29-year-old Austrian won the Super-G in Lake Louise, following his fifth place in the Downhill the day before. More

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  9. A perfect start to the World Cup for the HEAD World Cup Rebels
    A perfect start to the World Cup for the HEAD World Cup Rebels

    A perfect start to the World Cup for the HEAD World Cup Rebels

    Victory for Alexis Pinturault, 2nd place for Mathieu Faivre, four in the top 5 in the men's category. Maria Therese Tviberg, Franziska Gritsch and Lara Gut-Behrami all in the top 10 in the women's event. The World Cup opening was pretty much perfect for the HEAD World Cup

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  10. 23rd podium finish for Wendy Holdener in Slalom
    23rd podium finish for Wendy Holdener in Slalom

    23rd podium finish for Wendy Holdener in Slalom

    Following Alexis Pinturault's victory in the Giant Slalom to open the season in Sölden, the HEAD World Cup Rebels also had a successful start to the Slalom World Cup: Wendy Holdener finished second in Levi, making it her 23rd podium finish

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