"A fighter, conscientious and ambitious". A fitting description for Justin Murisier, who is a perfect match for the HEAD World Cup Rebels, which the Swiss athlete joined in 2020. Now he wants to get off to a real start. His World Cup debut was in January 2010 at his home race, the Slalom in Adelboden, where he narrowly missed out on World Cup points with bib number 74. He collected his first World Cup points the same year, in December when he finished eighth in the Slalom in the Val d'Isère. His best individual results so far are two fourth places, in the Combined event in Santa Caterina in December 2016 and in the Giant Slalom in Alta Badia in December 2017. As a Swiss team athlete, he has already stood at the top of the podium twice in the World Cup. Speed is not just on skis for Justin Murisier. He is also a passionate motocross rider and competes in races such as the Erzberg rodeo.
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