An awesome Super-G performance provided the basis for Alexis Pinturault nailing his third victory of the season at the Combined event in Bormio on Sunday. HEAD Rebels Beat Feuz and Matthias Mayer also bagged podium finishes in Bormio on the two Downhill races.
The day before the Combined event in Bormio, Alexis Pinturault was still not sure he would be able to compete. The Frenchman had suffered an adductor muscle strain injury
Kjetil Jansrud missed his 23rd Super-G World Cup victory in Gröden on Friday by just five hundredths of a second. However, his second place was the first podium finish for the Norwegian this season. With a total of 14 athletes in the top 30, the HEAD World Cup Rebels were an extremely strong team.
"I'm really pleased with this second place. In Canada and the USA things were not going so well for me. I had to sort myself out. Now everything is going great again",
The World Cup weekend in Val d'Isere finished with a premiere: For the first time the HEAD World Cup Rebels celebrated a double victory in the men's Slalom with Alexis Pinturault and Andre Myhrer. Not only that, but in the women's Parallel Slalom in St. Moritz two HEAD athletes Anna Swenn Larsson and Franziska Gritsch finished on the podium as well.
Alexis Pinturault put in a remarkable performance at the Slalom in Val d'Isere. The
Every year, the World Open Water Swimming Association (WOWSA) publishes a list of the World’s 50 Most Adventurous Women, featuring 50 “audacious women who have performed courageously well in open bodies of water”.
Conny Prasse is one of them! Perhaps because she can swim an Ice mile at 4.4° in 40
HEAD Sportswear has become the Official Sportswear and Footwear Provider of the European Tennis Federation. The two-year agreement brings the apparel wing of the leading tennis equipment manufacturer alongside the comprehensive partnership between Tennis Europe and HEAD that began in 2007.
From 2020, the partnership will see the provision of exclusive
On the Birds of Prey slope in Beaver Creek, the HEAD World Cup Rebels once again showed their claws. A sensational first World Cup victory for Tommy Ford in the Giant Slalom. In the Downhill event the HEAD Rebels celebrated a double victory with Beat Feuz and Johann Clarey, and in the Super-G Matthias Mayer finished third. In the women's races Corinne Suter made it an awesome HEAD weekend with two podium finishes in Lake Louise.
This season Matthias Mayer is competing with a new model of boot. His trust in the new equipment has been rewarded. The 29-year-old Austrian won the Super-G in Lake Louise, following his fifth place in the Downhill the day before. More podium finishes for the HEAD World Cup Rebels were bagged by Beat Feuz in the Downhill and by Anna Swenn-Larsson in the Slalom in Killington.