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  1. HEAD World Cup Rebels - the race for crystal and precious metals begins!
    HEAD World Cup Rebels - the race for crystal and precious metals begins!

    HEAD World Cup Rebels - the race for crystal and precious metals begins!

    As is tradition, the new season of the Alpine Ski World Cup opens on the 17th and 18th of October with the men's and women's Giant Slalom events in Sölden. Due to Corona, however, it will be an exceptional winter. A total of 39 men's and 35 women's events are scheduled, headlined by the World Championship in Cortina d'Ampezzo in February. The HEAD World Cup Rebels want to show right from the start that the path to victory can again only lead through them this season.

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  2. Trust, Purity & Momentum – HEAD's new Racing Collection made by Aksel Lund Svindal
    Trust, Purity & Momentum – HEAD's new Racing Collection made by Aksel Lund Svindal

    Trust, Purity & Momentum – HEAD's new Racing Collection made by Aksel Lund Svindal

    The new HEAD Racing Collection bears the signature of one of the greatest alpine skiing athletes of all time. Aksel Lund Svindal has been closely involved in the development of the new design from the very beginning. The result is a collection that reflects the Norwegian athlete's racing DNA: Trust, Purity & Momentum - three keywords that were particularly important to Aksel Lund Svindal when implementing HEAD's new Racing Collection.

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  3. Vincent Kriechmayr is now a HEAD World Cup Rebel
    Vincent Kriechmayr is now a HEAD World Cup Rebel

    Vincent Kriechmayr is now a HEAD World Cup Rebel

    A prominent new addition to the HEAD Alpine World Cup Team: Vincent Kriechmayr, winner of two medals at the World Championships in Aare, joins the HEAD World Cup Rebels. The 28-year-old athlete from Upper Austria has signed a contract until 2022.

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  4. Corinne Suter crowned queen of the speed disciplines
    Corinne Suter crowned queen of the speed disciplines

    Corinne Suter crowned queen of the speed disciplines

    Two Crystal Globes for the new queen of the speed disciplines Corinne Suter, as well as a Crystal Globe each for Beat Feuz and Alexis Pinturault. A total of 20 World Cup victories, 19 second places, 17 third places.

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  5. Third Downhill Crystal Globe in a row for Beat Feuz
    Third Downhill Crystal Globe in a row for Beat Feuz

    Third Downhill Crystal Globe in a row for Beat Feuz

    Beat Feuz had already secured the Crystal Globe in this discipline before the last Downhill in Kvitfjell, due to the cancellation of the World Cup final in Cortina. In Norway the Swiss athlete finished in fourth place on Saturday. Victory was bagged by HEAD team-mate Matthias Mayer. The Super-G on Sunday had to be cancelled because of poor weather conditions.

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  6. Sixth Combined Event Crystal Globe for Alexis Pinturault
    Sixth Combined Event Crystal Globe for Alexis Pinturault

    Sixth Combined Event Crystal Globe for Alexis Pinturault

    HEAD World Cup Rebel Alexis Pinturault wrote a new chapter in ski history at the Combined event in Hinterstoder on Sunday: this victory means the French athlete has won the Small Crystal Globe for the

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  7. A Crystal Globe, double & triple victories – HEAD World Cup Rebels remain on course for success
    A Crystal Globe, double & triple victories – HEAD World Cup Rebels remain on course for success

    A Crystal Globe, double & triple victories – HEAD World Cup Rebels remain on course for success

    The HEAD women's team aced the Crans Montana speed disciplines. Following the double victory by Lara Gut-Behrami and Corinne Suter in the Downhill on Friday, Gut-Behrami, Suter and Nina Ortlieb bagged

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  8. Beat Feuz six points away from the Downhill Crystal Globe
    Beat Feuz six points away from the Downhill Crystal Globe

    Beat Feuz six points away from the Downhill Crystal Globe

    Beat Feuz is on the verge of successfully defending his Downhill World Cup title. Following his second place in Saalbach-Hinterglemm, the HEAD World Cup Rebel is only six points short of victory. Wendy Holdener nailed another two podium

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  9. First Super-G victory for Corinne Suter
    First Super-G victory for Corinne Suter

    First Super-G victory for Corinne Suter

    Back in January Corinne Suter celebrated her first World Cup Downhill victory. This Sunday in Garmisch-Partenkirchen the Swiss athlete bagged her first victory in the Super-G. Her compatriot Wendy Holdener

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  10. Alexis Pinturault wins with newly built skis
    Alexis Pinturault wins with newly built skis

    Alexis Pinturault wins with newly built skis

    These skis were tested for the first time on Thursday. The first time they were raced - in the Giant Slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen on Sunday - saw Alexis Pinturault take victory. His HEAD World Cup Rebels team-mate and fellow countryman

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