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Ryan Cochran-Siegle

United States
Favorite Ski Resort:
Cochran’s Ski Area
Favorite World Cup:
Ryan Cochran-Siegle at FIS


Back up to speed as a Rebel. The 2020/21 season was an eventful one for Ryan Cochran-Siegle. The US athlete from Vermont finally made his breakthrough in the World Cup with his brilliant victory in the Super-G in Bormio. Crossing the finish line he was 79 hundredths of a second ahead of the competitor who finished second - it was the biggest lead in a World Cup Super-G in five years. Ten days before this victory, Cochran-Siegle had already stood out with his second place in the Downhill in Val Gardena. On the Hahnenkamm run on the Streif in Kitzbühel, he conjured up the fastest time in the Downhill during training in January 2021. During the race, however, he sustained a severe fall and was diagnosed with a cervical vertebra fracture. Cochran-Siegle returned to the snow in May 2021 and is now looking to get back up to speed with the HEAD World Cup Rebels. Skiing is in his blood. Ryan, who won Gold medals in the Downhill and Combined event at the 2012 World Junior Championships, is the son of Barbara Ann Cochran, 1972 Olympic Slalom champion in Sapporo. Uncles, aunts and cousins also left their mark on ski racing.

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