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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. First World Cup podium for A J Hurt with bib number 38
    First World Cup podium for A J Hurt with bib number 38

    First World Cup podium for A J Hurt with bib number 38

    Four HEAD Worldcup Rebels in the top six in the Slalom in Kranjska Gora on Sunday! A J Hurt finishes third with bib number 38 to step up onto the World Cup podium for the first time. Lena Dürr is ahead of her in second place, with Camille Rast behind her in fourth place. Sara Hector rounds off an awesome performance by the HEAD team in sixth place. Atle Lie McGrath celebrates his first podium of the season on Sunday by finishing second in the Slalom in Adelboden. Lara Gut-Behrami continues her run of success in the Giant Slalom by finishing in second place in Kranjska Gora on Saturday.

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  9. Sara Hector is back on the podium
    Sara Hector is back on the podium

    Sara Hector is back on the podium

    Following four fourth places, Sara Hector is back on the podium for the first time this season with a third place in the Giant Slalom in Lienz on Thursday. Lena Dürr finishes second in the Slalom in Lienz on Friday to secure her third podium finish. In the men's Downhill and Super-G events in Bormio, the HEAD Worldcup Rebels just missed out on the top three.

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  10. First podium this season for Kajsa Vickhoff Lie
    First podium this season for Kajsa Vickhoff Lie

    First podium this season for Kajsa Vickhoff Lie

    Kajsa Vickhoff Lie finishes second in the Super-G in Val d'Isere on Sunday, having started with bib number 16. It is the Norwegian athlete's first podium finish this season. This second place sees her equal her previous best result in the Super-G. The HEAD Worldcup Rebels also notch up big points in both the Giant Slalom events in Alta Badia on Sunday and Monday.

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  11. Vincent Kriechmayr wins the Super-G in Val Gardena
    Vincent Kriechmayr wins the Super-G in Val Gardena

    Vincent Kriechmayr wins the Super-G in Val Gardena

    In a thriller of a race that was decided by hundredths of a second, Vincent Kriechmayr takes the Super-G in Val Gardena. It is the 17th World Cup victory for the 32-year-old athlete from Upper Austria, his eighth in the Super-G. In the women's Downhill in Val d'Isere on Saturday, Cornelia Hütter finishes in third place to secure her second podium of the season.

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  12. Joan Verdu takes first ever podium for Andorra
    Joan Verdu takes first ever podium for Andorra

    Joan Verdu takes first ever podium for Andorra

    What a historic weekend for Joan Verdu and for Andorra! The 28-year-old athlete finished third to take a World Cup podium for the first time in his career in the Giant Slalom in Val d'Isere on Saturday. This is not only his first podium, it’s also a first for his country. Podiums were also taken by HEAD Worldcup Rebels Cornelia Hütter and Lara Gut-Behrami on Friday at the Super-G in St. Moritz.

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  13. Lara Gut-Behrami returns to Europe with the red jersey in the Giant Slalom
    Lara Gut-Behrami returns to Europe with the red jersey in the Giant Slalom

    Lara Gut-Behrami returns to Europe with the red jersey in the Giant Slalom

    The women's events saw two Giant Slaloms held this weekend at Mont Tremblant in Canada. In the second race on Sunday, Lara Gut-Behrami raced to the podium again, this time in second place. On Saturday, the Swiss athlete finished fifth. Notching up 325 points in four races, she retains the Giant Slalom red jersey.

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  14. Lara Gut-Behrami races Giant Slalom to perfection
    Lara Gut-Behrami races Giant Slalom to perfection

    Lara Gut-Behrami races Giant Slalom to perfection

    Second race, second victory - Lara Gut-Behrami is on absolute top form in the Giant Slalom. Following her victory at the season opening in Sölden, the Swiss athlete has gone on to win the second Giant Slalom of the season in Killington on Saturday. There was another podium for the HEAD Worldcup Rebels on Sunday: Wendy Holdener celebrated her first top-3 of the season finishing in third place in the Slalom.

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  15. HEAD Freeskiing's first feature film, "Unified". The Global Online Release is Around the Corner
    HEAD Freeskiing's first feature film, "Unified". The Global Online  Release is Around the Corner

    HEAD Freeskiing's first feature film, "Unified". The Global Online Release is Around the Corner

    In its first feature film, "Unified," HEAD Freeskiing takes audiences on a unique journey, exploring the unifying bond of the sport we all love. The film is a exploration of the team's experiences during the 2023 season, showcasing both their impressive skills and their sense of humor.

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  16. Two podiums in Levi for Lena Dürr
    Two podiums in Levi for Lena Dürr

    Two podiums in Levi for Lena Dürr

    Following Lara Gut-Behrami's victory at the opening event in Sölden, in Levi the HEAD Worldcup Rebels continue their run of success. Lena Dürr races to two podium finishes in the Slaloms: on Saturday the German athlete is second, on Sunday third. Sara Hector is now one of the elite as well, finishing in fifth and in fourth place in the two Slalom events. Both of the men's Downhill races in Zermatt/Cervinia were cancelled due to poor weather conditions.

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  17. Lara Gut-Behrami wins opening event in Sölden
    Lara Gut-Behrami wins opening event in Sölden

    Lara Gut-Behrami wins opening event in Sölden

    A perfect start to the season for the HEAD Worldcup Rebels! Lara Gut-Behrami takes victory in the Giant Slalom in Sölden on Saturday. This first race of the season sees the Swiss athlete win her 38th World Cup victory, her sixth in the Giant Slalom, and it's the third time that she wins in Sölden, following 2013 and 2016. On Sunday, the men's Giant Slalom had to be cancelled during the first run due to strong winds. French athlete Alexis Pinturault was in third place when the race was interrupted.  

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  18. New Ski Collection from Porsche and HEAD in Historic Rally Design
    New Ski Collection from Porsche and HEAD in Historic Rally Design

    New Ski Collection from Porsche and HEAD in Historic Rally Design

    Many Porsche enthusiasts are also passionate winter sports fans. They place just as high demands on their equipment as they do on their sports cars: top performance, innovative technology, highest quality in terms of workmanship, and exclusive, sporty design are expected – whether on four wheels or two skis.

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  19. Changing seasons in the Urner Alps - A solo single-push
    Changing seasons in the Urner Alps - A solo single-push

    Changing seasons in the Urner Alps - A solo single-push

    The air is thick and heavy with clouds swirling in from the distance as nightfall fast approaches. It’s 8:26pm and I’m ski touring through one of the many breathtaking glaciers surrounded by the towering peaks of the Urner Alps, a wild range nestled in the heart of Switzerland. The forecast high-pressure was expected to hold until tomorrow, but all alone at over 3000m, I’m abruptly reminded you can take nothing for granted in the mountains. The mood is somehow threatening and yet calm at the same time, although I can’t help but feel a mix of awe and trepidation, I’m all too aware of the power and unpredictability of the Alps. There is no doubt that moving through crevassed terrain in this bad weather is a serious situation indeed, but somehow I’m also overwhelmed with a sense of excitement from that natural fight or flight response. I suppose, the reason some of us choose to undertake big solo adventures like this is to test your resolve and to feel small in nature. Safe to say, watching my fifth and final climb of this traverse disappear into the white-out, I deeply feel both of these sensations around about now.

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  20. HEAD is the clear No. 1 in the World Cup & World Championships
    HEAD is the clear No. 1 in the World Cup & World Championships

    HEAD is the clear No. 1 in the World Cup & World Championships

    The HEAD World Cup Rebels write another chapter in skiing history in the 2022/23 season. With 8,750 points, HEAD once again clearly wins the FIS Brand Ranking. At the highlight of the season, the World Championships in Courchevel/Meribel, the HEAD team was also the best ski brand with 13 individual medals. In the World Cup, the Rebels were on the podium 67 times - even more than last season.

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  21. Lara Gut-Behrami wins Crystal Globe in the Super-G
    Lara Gut-Behrami wins Crystal Globe in the Super-G

    Lara Gut-Behrami wins Crystal Globe in the Super-G

    With her third victory of the season, Lara Gut-Behrami secured the Crystal Globe in the Super-G in a thrilling final in Soldeu on Thursday. This is the fourth time the Swiss athlete takes overall victory in this discipline. Vincent Kriechmayr won his fourth Downhill of the season in Wednesday's final. For Johan Clarey, this was his final race, summing up an impressive 20-year career in the World Cup. Lara Gut-Behrami finished third in the Downhill on Wednesday, Ragnhild Mowinckel was also third in the Super-G on Thursday.

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  22. Alexis Pinturault podiums again in the Giant Slalom
    Alexis Pinturault podiums again in the Giant Slalom

    Alexis Pinturault podiums again in the Giant Slalom

    Alexis Pinturault is all set for the World Cup Finals with two podium finishes in the Giant Slalom. The French athlete raced to second place in Kranjska Gora on Saturday and third place on Sunday. The HEAD Worldcup Rebels celebrated three podium finishes at the women's events in Aare: Sara Hector came third in the Giant Slalom on Friday, Wendy Holdener was second in the Slalom on Saturday and Anna Swenn-Larsson finished third. 

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  23. Eight out of nine podiums for the HEAD Worldcup Rebels in Kvitfjell
    Eight out of nine podiums for the HEAD Worldcup Rebels in Kvitfjell

    Eight out of nine podiums for the HEAD Worldcup Rebels in Kvitfjell

    The HEAD women's team swept away almost everything in Kvitfjell this weekend: In the Super-G on Friday, HEAD celebrated a triple victory with Cornelia Hütter, Elena Curtoni and Lara Gut-Behrami. Kajsa Vickhoff Lie's first World Cup victory followed on Saturday in the Downhill, where she also made Norwegian skiing history. Corinne Suter finished in third place. And on Sunday, HEAD again took all three podium places in the second Super-G with Nina Ortlieb, Stephanie Venier and Franziska Gritsch. In the men's Downhill on Saturday in Aspen, James Crawford raced to the podium in second place.

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  24. Debut podiums for Laura Gauché and Albert Popov
    Debut podiums for Laura Gauché and Albert Popov

    Debut podiums for Laura Gauché and Albert Popov

    Two HEAD Worldcup Rebels skied to the podium for the first time in the World Cup this weekend: Laura Gauché raced to third place in the Downhill in Crans Montana on Sunday with bib number 26. Albert Popov also finished third on Sunday in the Slalom at Palisades Tahoe.

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