HEAD World Cup Rebel Alexis Pinturault snatches second place at the legendary Night Race in Schladming. For the French athlete it was the second best Slalom result this season following his victory in Val d'Isere.
The 28-year-old missed the victory in Schladming by just 34 hundredths of a second. Pinturault was in third place after the first run - 32 hundredths of a second behind
Double victory in the Downhill for Matthias Mayer and Beat Feuz, double victory in the Super-G for Kjetil Jansrud and Mayer. Kitzbühel was dominated by the HEAD World Cup Rebels. Both winners - Mayer and Jansrud - used a new model of ski. That was topped by Elena Curtoni in the Downhill in Bansko on Saturday with her first World Cup victory. Lara Gut-Behrami celebrates her first podium finish this season in the Super-G.
The Delta Hybrid racquet launches with new technology, design and a hybrid surface with even more power
It’s here! The entire HEAD team is thrilled to announce the launch of the new Graphene 360+ Delta Hybrid, a racquet with unrivaled power for smashing it out of the court with ease. This model debuts endless innovations such as its shape, design, new hybrid surface and technology, as well as a full social media campaign.
Matthias Mayer celebrated a sensational victory at the Combined event in Wengen on Friday. Second place went to his HEAD team-mate Alexis Pinturault. That was followed by Beat Feuz's awesome third victory on the Lauberhorn run on Saturday.
Matthias Mayer confirmed his strong training performance in Wengen with the fastest Downhill time in the Combined event. The Austrian started the Slalom with bib number one and caused a
Corinne Suter is going from strength to strength this season. Following two podium finishes in Downhill and Super-G in Lake Louise, the 25-year-old Swiss athlete achieved her first World Cup victory on Saturday in the Downhill in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee. Wendy Holdener crowned the powerful performance of the women HEAD Rebels in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee on Sunday with second place in the Combined event.
After an incredible 10-year partnership, HEAD padel and the eternal “King of Padel” Fernando Belasteguín part ways
The moment has come for us to go our separate ways. It is with sadness as well as deep gratitude for our journey together that we announce Fernando Belasteguín’s departure from HEAD padel. After 10 years of incredible success, we have decided to go our separate ways to pursue differing strategies.
The phrase “one of a kind” is certainly true of Fer