HEAD is the clear No. 1 in the World Cup & World ChampionshipsEn savoir plus >
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.
Lara Gut-Behrami wins Crystal Globe in the Super-GEn savoir plus >
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.
Alexis Pinturault podiums again in the Giant SlalomEn savoir plus >
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.
Eight out of nine podiums for the HEAD Worldcup Rebels in KvitfjellEn savoir plus >
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.
Debut podiums for Laura Gauché and Albert PopovEn savoir plus >
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.
13 medals - new World Championship record for the HEAD Worldcup RebelsEn savoir plus >
Lena Dürr winning Bronze in the Slalom on Saturday saw the HEAD Worldcup Rebels score another medal on the final weekend of the World Championships in Courchevel/Meribel. This marked the conclusion of the most successful World Championship so far for the HEAD team with a total of 13 medals. HEAD won Gold as the best ski brand of the World Championships. Gold medals were also won by the new World Champions Alexis Pinturault, James Crawford, Alexander Schmid and Maria Therese Tviberg.
Gold for Alexander Schmid & Maria Therese Tviberg in the ParallelEn savoir plus >
The HEAD Worldcup Rebels remain on a run of success at the World Championships in Courchevel/Meribel. In the Parallel event on Wednesday, both Alexander Schmid and Maria Therese Tviberg won the Gold medal. Wendy Holdener's Silver made it a HEAD double victory in the women's event. Ragnhild Mowinckel bagged Bronze in the Giant Slalom.
First World Championship Medal for Nina OrtliebEn savoir plus >
The HEAD Worldcup Rebels continue to collect medals at the World Championships in Courchevel/Meribel: Nina Ortlieb won Silver in the Downhill on Saturday, Corinne Suter took Bronze.
James Crawford wins sensational Gold in World Championship Super-GEn savoir plus >
James Crawford left all the favourites standing in the World Championship Super-G in Courchevel on Thursday. The Canadian athlete bagged the Gold medal with a sensational run. Alexis Pinturault won his second medal at his home World Championship in third place. In the women's super-G on Wednesday, Cornelia Hütter and Kajsa Vickhoff Lie shared the Bronze medal.
NEW FILM DROP WITH CODY BRAMWELL AND JORDY KIDNEREn savoir plus >
The film "Odyssey of the Five Lucky Bastards" follows a team of professional skiers, snowboarders, and sailors as they embark on a journey to combine their passions in the mountains and seas of Greece. They experienced an unforgettable trip beyond their wildest expectations - in the deepest sense - connected to the elements and the culture on site.
Alexis Pinturault is World Champion at the home World ChampionshipsEn savoir plus >
A lifelong dream comes true for Alexis Pinturault. The French athlete became World Champion in the Combined event at the World Championships in his hometown of Courchevel on Tuesday. Wendy Holdener took Silver in the Combined event the day before.
How did HEAD create the ultimate 21st century, ski jacket? By using a material from 10,000 years ago.
How did HEAD create the ultimate 21st century, ski jacket? By using a material from 10,000 years ago.En savoir plus >
Prehistoric people hunted animals for food but nothing went to waste. Pure leather is not just luxurious, it’s been an incredibly functional and sustainable material for clothing since the dawn of human kind.
First Slalom World Cup victory for Lena DürrEn savoir plus >
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.
Podiums for Lara Gut-Behrami, Ragnhild Mowinckel & Sara HectorEn savoir plus >
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.
HEAD KORE Stories: Take Two feat. Jess HotterEn savoir plus >
"Take Two" follows the journey of professional HEAD Freeskier Jess Hotter as she makes her comeback on the Freeride World Tour. The film, directed by Jeff Thomas, captures Jess's struggles, triumphs, and the beautiful landscapes of Northern British Columbia together with other HEAD Freeski athletes such as Abel Moga, Blake Marshall, Ian Morrison.