Rebels

  1. First Slalom World Cup victory for Lena Dürr
    First Slalom World Cup victory for Lena Dürr

    First Slalom World Cup victory for Lena Dürr

    Exactly ten years after her victory at the City Event in Moscow, Lena Dürr celebrates her first World Cup victory in the Slalom in Spindleruv Mlyn on Sunday. The German athlete raced to the top of the podium following two second places and five third place finishes in this discipline. The day before, the 31-year-old finished second in the first Slalom in Spindleruv Mlyn, with Wendy Holdener from Switzerland finishing third.

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  2. Podiums for Lara Gut-Behrami, Ragnhild Mowinckel & Sara Hector
    Podiums for Lara Gut-Behrami, Ragnhild Mowinckel & Sara Hector

    Podiums for Lara Gut-Behrami, Ragnhild Mowinckel & Sara Hector

    Three of the six podiums in the two Giant Slaloms in Kronplatz went to the HEAD Worldcup Rebels: Lara Gut-Behrami finished second on Tuesday, and on Wednesday Ragnhild Mowinckel and Sara Hector finished in second and third place.

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  3. Vincent Kriechmayr wins in Kitzbühel
    Vincent Kriechmayr wins in Kitzbühel

    Vincent Kriechmayr wins in Kitzbühel

    Victory in the Downhill sets a new milestone for Vincent Kriechmayr! The Austrian athlete won the Downhill on the Streif run on Friday to claim this classic race for the first time. The HEAD Worldcup Rebels celebrated a double victory at the Super-G in Cortina d'Ampezzo on Sunday: Ragnhild Mowinckel won ahead of Cornelia Hütter. On Saturday, podium places were won by Kajsa Vickhoff Lie, who was second, and Elena Curtoni, who finished third. Beat Feuz ended his great skiing career in Kitzbühel as one of the most successful HEAD athletes of all time.

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  4. Beat Feuz in Kitzbühel – a top athlete says goodbye to ski racing
    Beat Feuz in Kitzbühel – a top athlete says goodbye to ski racing

    Beat Feuz in Kitzbühel – a top athlete says goodbye to ski racing

    On January 20 to 22 at the 83rd Hahnenkamm event in Kitzbühel, the spotlight will be on one HEAD Worldcup Rebel in particular: Beat Feuz is ending his unique World Cup career after 16 years. The Swiss athlete, winner on the Streif run in both of the past two years, is one of many HEAD athletes who made skiing history on this legendary course.

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  5. Lara Gut-Behrami is top in the Super-G too
    Lara Gut-Behrami is top in the Super-G too

    Lara Gut-Behrami is top in the Super-G too

    Following her successes in the Giant Slalom, Lara Gut-Behrami showed in St. Anton this weekend that victory is hers in the Super-G as well. The Swiss athlete won on Sunday and finished third on Saturday. Beat Feuz didn't quite make it to the podium in Wengen, but the Swiss fans gave him a champion’s reception as he crossed the finish line. The Swiss athlete competed in his last Downhill race on the Lauberhorn run on Saturday and finished an excellent fifth.

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  6. Lena Dürr on the podium in Flachau
    Lena Dürr on the podium in Flachau

    Lena Dürr on the podium in Flachau

    At the Night Slalom in Flachau, Lena Dürr skied to a podium finish for the second time this season. The German athlete was third, equalling her best result of the season in the Slalom in Semmering.

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  7. First podium of the season for Atle Lie McGrath
    First podium of the season for Atle Lie McGrath

    First podium of the season for Atle Lie McGrath

    A successful Sunday for Atle Lie McGrath and Lara Gut-Behrami. The Norwegian raced to the podium for the first time this season in second place in the Slalom in Adelboden, while the Swiss athlete bagged third place in the second Giant Slalom in Kranjska Gora. She celebrates her third podium this season following her victory in Killington and second place in Semmering.

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  8. Slalom podium No. 3 for Anna Swenn-Larsson
    Slalom podium No. 3 for Anna Swenn-Larsson

    Slalom podium No. 3 for Anna Swenn-Larsson

    Anna Swenn-Larsson remains on course for success. The Swedish athlete, who celebrated her first Slalom victory in Killington in November, also bagged a podium finish in third place in the first Slalom event in Zagreb on Wednesday. The second Slalom in Zagreb on Thursday had to be cancelled due to the warm temperatures.

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  9. Kriechmayr & Crawford score double victory on the Stelvio run
    Kriechmayr & Crawford score double victory on the Stelvio run

    Kriechmayr & Crawford score double victory on the Stelvio run

    In one of the most challenging Downhill events in the World Cup, the Stelvio run in Bormio, the HEAD Worldcup Rebels once again showed their class: Vincent Kriechmayr won on Wednesday ahead of team-mate James Crawford. Lara Gut-Behrami missed victory in the Giant Slalom in Semmering on Wednesday by just one tenth of a second despite a serious mistake. The biggest surprise, however, came from Matthias Mayer. The Austrian athlete announced on Thursday that he is retiring from ski racing.

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  10. Matthias Mayer ends his skiing career
    Matthias Mayer ends his skiing career

    Matthias Mayer ends his skiing career

    The 29th of December started with a shock announcement at the World Cup in Bormio. Matthias Mayer, three-time Olympic champion and HEAD Worldcup Rebel since 2004, took everyone by surprise before the Super-G when he declared his immediate retirement from ski racing.

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  11. Elena Curtoni takes the lead in the Super-G World Cup
    Elena Curtoni takes the lead in the Super-G World Cup

    Elena Curtoni takes the lead in the Super-G World Cup

    Finishing in second place in the Super-G on Sunday in St. Moritz rounded off a successful weekend for Elena Curtoni. The Italian athlete has taken the lead in the discipline ranking with her podium finish. Johan Clarey bagged a cool Christmas present in Val Gardena with his second place in the Downhill on Saturday. Joan Verdu from Andorra delivered a surprise performance in Alta Badia with a sensational fastest run time and two top-15 finishes.

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  12. First victories this season for Vincent Kriechmayr & Elena Curtoni
    First victories this season for Vincent Kriechmayr & Elena Curtoni

    First victories this season for Vincent Kriechmayr & Elena Curtoni

    A perfect start to the ski racing weekend for the HEAD Worldcup Rebels: In Val Gardena Vincent Kriechmayr claimed his first win of the season in Thursday's Downhill on the shortened Saslong run. Matthias Mayer finished in third place, with six HEAD athletes finishing among the top nine. In St. Moritz, Elena Curtoni also raced to her first win of the season in the Downhill on Friday. Corinne Suter was third.

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  13. Second Slalom victory back-to-back for Wendy Holdener
    Second Slalom victory back-to-back for Wendy Holdener

    Second Slalom victory back-to-back for Wendy Holdener

    Wendy Holdener had to wait a long time for her first Slalom victory in the World Cup. Just two weeks after her first win in Killington, the Swiss athlete followed it up with another victory on Sunday in Sestriere. On Saturday, Sara Hector celebrated a podium finish in second place in the Giant Slalom in Sestriere.

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  14. Suter leads Hütter and Mowinckel to triple victory in Lake Louise!
    Suter leads Hütter and Mowinckel to triple victory in Lake Louise!

    Suter leads Hütter and Mowinckel to triple victory in Lake Louise!

    In the final North American race, the women's Super-G in Lake Louise on Sunday, the HEAD Worldcup Rebels celebrated a triple victory with Corinne Suter, Cornelia Hütter and Ragnhild Mowinckel. Nina Ortlieb made a remarkable comeback following a respite of almost two years by finishing in second place in the Downhill in Lake Louise on Saturday. James Crawford and Alexis Pinturault also celebrated podium finishes in Beaver Creek.

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  15. Debut victories for Wendy Holdener and Anna Swenn-Larsson
    Debut victories for Wendy Holdener and Anna Swenn-Larsson

    Debut victories for Wendy Holdener and Anna Swenn-Larsson

    A historic day for Wendy Holdener: Following 15 second places and 15 third places in World Cup Slalom races, the Swiss athlete celebrated her first victory in this discipline on Sunday in Killington. Holdener crossed the line in the same time as Anna Swenn-Larsson, who also nailed her first win in the Slalom. Lara Gut-Behrami celebrated her 35th World Cup victory in the Giant Slalom in Killington on Saturday. Matthias Mayer finished in third place in the Super-G at Lake Louise on Sunday.

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  16. Anna Swenn-Larsson and Wendy Holdener on the podium in Levi
    Anna Swenn-Larsson and Wendy Holdener on the podium in Levi

    Anna Swenn-Larsson and Wendy Holdener on the podium in Levi

    The HEAD Worldcup Rebels delivered an impressive team performance in the two Slalom events in Levi. In the first Slalom on Saturday, Anna Swenn-Larsson finished in second place, with four HEAD athletes finishing among the best seven. Wendy Holdener took second place on Sunday, with three Rebels finishing in the top five.

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  17. HEAD and PORSCHE launch first shared collection
    HEAD and PORSCHE launch first shared collection

    HEAD and PORSCHE launch first shared collection

    The two premium brands HEAD and PORSCHE are working together to launch race-inspired skis, matching apparel and accessories featuring the PORSCHE racing design that combine a jaw-dropping mix of performance, quality and speed. Collaborate to accelerate - together we are even faster: This tagline forms the basis for the new HEAD I PORSCHE ski collection. The result is unique products in the premium sector with a design that is the epitome of movement and speed. The two ski models PORSCHE 7 Series and PORSCHE 8 Series impress with completely independent race ski-inspired constructions, which, with their full wood core and carbon and Titanal layers, provide a unique skiing experience. Even at the highest speed.

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  18. GET YOUR LEGS READY BEFORE THE SEASON STARTS WITH LIZZ GÖRGL
    GET YOUR LEGS READY BEFORE THE SEASON STARTS WITH LIZZ GÖRGL

    GET YOUR LEGS READY BEFORE THE SEASON STARTS WITH LIZZ GÖRGL

    Lizz Görgl, the former World Cup Rebel teaches us how to get our legs in shape before winter begins. 

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  19. Three new athletes join the HEAD Worldcup Rebels
    Three new athletes join the HEAD Worldcup Rebels

    Three new athletes join the HEAD Worldcup Rebels

    With newcomers Patrick Feurstein, Matthieu Bailet, and Jessica Hilzinger, the HEAD Worldcup Rebels enter the 2022/23 season stronger than ever. Kjetil Jansrud leaves last season's strongest alpine ski team to conclude his successful career after almost two decades.

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  20. HEAD is alpine number one again in 2021/22
    HEAD is alpine number one again in 2021/22

    HEAD is alpine number one again in 2021/22

    The HEAD Worldcup Rebels reasserted their leading position in the alpine skiing World Cup in the 2021/22 season: In the FIS Brand Ranking HEAD is yet again the clear number one with 8,275 points. At the Olympic Games in Beijing, the highlight of the season, six out of ten Gold medals in the individual events went to the HEAD team. In the World Cup, the HEAD Worldcup Rebels raced to 64 podium finishes - 17 times they stood on top of the podium.

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  21. Atle Lie McGrath wins the final race of the season
    Atle Lie McGrath wins the final race of the season

    Atle Lie McGrath wins the final race of the season

    The 2021/22 Alpine ski season came to an end on Sunday in Meribel with the technical disciplines. Atle Lie McGrath celebrated his second World Cup victory in the last race of this season, the men's Slalom, on Sunday. Lena Dürr finished her best World Cup season so far with second place in the Slalom on Saturday. Sara Hector finished second in the Giant Slalom overall ranking.

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  22. Vincent Kriechmayr & Ragnhild Mowinckel victorious in Courchevel
    Vincent Kriechmayr & Ragnhild Mowinckel victorious in Courchevel

    Vincent Kriechmayr & Ragnhild Mowinckel victorious in Courchevel

    In the last speed events of this season, the HEAD Worldcup Rebels once again showed up in style in Courchevel. Vincent Kriechmayr was the fastest in the Downhill on Wednesday on the 2023 World Cup course and was also in a class of his own in the Super-G on Thursday. Ragnhild Mowinckel bagged her second World Cup victory in the Super-G on Thursday. Christine Scheyer finished second in the Downhill event, missing her second World Cup victory by just a tenth of a second.

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  23. First victory for Atle Lie McGrath
    First victory for Atle Lie McGrath

    First victory for Atle Lie McGrath

    Atle Lie McGrath celebrates winning the Night Slalom in Flachau: The 21-year-old Norwegian athlete unleashed a show-stopping second run to nail his first World Cup victory. Fourth place went to Johannes Strolz from Austria, who was in the lead after the first run.

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  24. Kjetil Jansrud ends his successful career
    Kjetil Jansrud ends his successful career

    Kjetil Jansrud ends his successful career

    Norwegian athlete Kjetil Jansrud - a very big name in the Alpine Skiing World Cup - says goodbye after almost two decades. The 36-year-old Olympic and World Champion competed in his last race in the Downhill on Saturday in his home town of Kvitfjell. In Kvitfjell and Lenzerheide, the HEAD Worldcup Rebels podiumed six times over the weekend. Canadian athlete James Crawford celebrated his first podium in second place in the Super-G in Kvitfjell on Sunday. 

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