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  1. HEAD wins all three races on the Streif run in Kitzbühel
    HEAD wins all three races on the Streif run in Kitzbühel

    HEAD wins all three races on the Streif run in Kitzbühel

    Die HEAD World Cup Rebels dominierten das Geschehen auf der Streif in Kitzbühel: In einer spektakulären Abfahrt am Freitag feierten die HEAD World Cup Rebels mit Beat Feuz und Matthias Mayer einen Doppelsieg. Für Feuz war es nach vier zweiten Plätzen der erste Sieg in einer Hahnenkamm-Abfahrt in seiner Karriere. Getoppt wurde das Ergebnis bei der zweiten Abfahrt am Sonntag mit einem Dreifach-Erfolg durch Beat Feuz, Johan Clarey und Matthias Mayer. Und schließlich war es Vincent Kriechmayr mit Platz eins beim Super-G am Montag, der für ein makelloses HEAD-Wochenende im Kitzbühel sorgte. Lara Gut-Behrami siegte darüber hinaus am Sonntag beim Super-G in Crans Montana mit fast einer Sekunde Vorsprung.

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  2. Expert Reviews of the HEAD RADICAL 2021
    Expert Reviews of the HEAD RADICAL 2021

    Expert Reviews of the HEAD RADICAL 2021

    "An absolute delight," was one expert's assessment of the new RADICAL 2021. Another reviewer described the new racquet in the RADICAL series - with its fresh, improved feel - as "a very creative frame that lets you play the tennis you like". 

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  3. First podium finish in the Slalom this season for Alexis Pinturault
    First podium finish in the Slalom this season for Alexis Pinturault

    First podium finish in the Slalom this season for Alexis Pinturault

    Alexis Pinturault is back on the podium in the Slalom as well. Following his Giant Slalom fest in Adelboden last weekend, the French athlete finished third in the Slalom in Flachau on Sunday to bag his first podium finish in this discipline this season.

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  4. Wendy Holdener grabs podium finish in the Slalom for the 25th time
    Wendy Holdener grabs podium finish in the Slalom for the 25th time

    Wendy Holdener grabs podium finish in the Slalom for the 25th time

    First podium finish for Wendy Holdener this season. The Swiss athlete finished third in the Night Slalom in Flachau on Tuesday. It was the 27-year-old's 25th podium finish in the Slalom. Camille Rast finishing in sixth place was also impressive. Wendy Holdener's compatriot scored her first World Cup points in the Slalom with bib number 57.

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  5. The Gravity R-Pet Bag - Spun from recycled plastic
    The Gravity R-Pet Bag - Spun from recycled plastic

    The Gravity R-Pet Bag - Spun from recycled plastic

    The HEAD GRAVITY R-PET bags collection, made from recycled PETR bottles, launches in 2021

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  6. The story behind the new RADICAL 2021
    The story behind the new RADICAL 2021

    The story behind the new RADICAL 2021

    Pick up the new RADICAL 2021, take your first few swings at the ball, and you quickly appreciate the racquet's fresh, improved feel.

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  7. Giant Slalom fest by Alexis Pinturault, Lara Gut-Behrami wins in St. Anton
    Giant Slalom fest by Alexis Pinturault, Lara Gut-Behrami wins in St. Anton

    Giant Slalom fest by Alexis Pinturault, Lara Gut-Behrami wins in St. Anton

    The Giant Slalom doesn't get much better than this. Alexis Pinturault won both races on Friday and Saturday in impressive style on the Chuenisbärgli run in Adelboden. He clocked the fastest time three times and the second-fastest once. In St Anton, Lara Gut-Behrami bagged her first Super-G win since January 2018, and Corinne Suter finished third.

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  8. Mayer and Kriechmayr celebrate double victory on the Stelvio run
    Mayer and Kriechmayr celebrate double victory on the Stelvio run

    Mayer and Kriechmayr celebrate double victory on the Stelvio run

    A sensational end to the year for the HEAD World Cup Rebels in the Downhill in Bormio: Matthias Mayer and Vincent Kriechmayr secured a double victory in the last race of 2020 on the challenging Stelvio run on Wednesday. The day before Kriechmayr finished second in the Super-G in Bormio, his first podium finish of the season.

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  9. Alexis Pinturault leads triple HEAD victory in Alta Badia, Corinne Suter again fastest in the Downhill
    Alexis Pinturault leads triple HEAD victory in Alta Badia, Corinne Suter again fastest in the Downhill

    Alexis Pinturault leads triple HEAD victory in Alta Badia, Corinne Suter again fastest in the Downhill

    A sensational result for the HEAD World Cup Rebels in the Giant Slalom in Alta Badia on Sunday: Alexis Pinturault won ahead of Atle Lie McGrath, who just turned 20, and Justin Murisier. On Friday the women speed discipline athletes also started the new season with the Downhill in Val d'Isere. Corinne Suter, who won the Crystal Globe in Downhill and Super-G in 2020, continued her success from last season and raced to victory. The Swiss athlete finished second in the second Downhill on Saturday in Val d'Isere and was second again in the Super-G on Sunday.

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  10. Second place for Sara Hector in the Courchevel Giant Slalom
    Second place for Sara Hector in the Courchevel Giant Slalom

    Second place for Sara Hector in the Courchevel Giant Slalom

    Sara Hector's first World Cup podium finish since 2014. The 28-year-old Swedish athlete finished second in the first Giant Slalom in Courchevel on Saturday.

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