tammi 24, 2012

KILIAN JORNET DOMINATES WORLD CUP OPENING RACE IN ANDORRA

Atomic athlete Kilian Jornet pulled ahead of the competition on the first ski mountaineering World Cup weekend. The Spaniard won both the pre-race and the main contest taking home a clear victory.

Atomic Kilian Jornet
tammi 22, 2012

FIRST SLALOM VICTORY FOR MICHAELA KIRCHGASSER

Winning feels so great! ATOMIC lady Michaela Kirchgasser won her first World Cup slalom in Kranjska Gora only a few days after she returned from a break caused by a knee injury. The athlete from Salzburg knew well how to replace Marlies Schild, who dropped out in the first heat. Kathrin Zettel impressively improved from place 17 to place 5.

ATOMIC Michaela Kirchgasser
tammi 21, 2012

JOACHIM PUCHNER TAKES 4TH PLACE IN KITZ

ATOMIC model athlete Joachim Puchner (24) missed the podium in Kitz by only 6 hundreds of a second and finished on 4th place. His misfortune: one of his ski poles slipped him out of his hand at the start. In the Kitzbühel snow drifting, Streif debutant Max Franz (22) kept his cool and proved his talent by ranking 13th. In Kranjska Gora, Kathrin Zettel achieved 9th place in the giant slalom.

ATOMIC Joachim Puchner
tammi 20, 2012

I AM PACKING MY SKI BACKPACK AND TAKE ALONG ...

Before the race is after the race. When Marcel Hirscher is still inspecting the World Cup slope before the first run of a race, his bags are already ready for departure. Professional skiing requires a lot of material. Perfect logistics and well-planned packing concern any professional racer. We are packing bags and car trunks with Marcel Hirscher, Philipp Schörghofer, Joachim Puchner, Mario Scheiber and their Atomic ski-tech crew.

ATOMIC Mario Scheiber
tammi 16, 2012

CARLO JANKA PICKS UP SPEED

Solid performance. Atomic star Carlo Janka is back again. The Olympic champion achieved his best world cup result of this season, ranking 4th in his home race in Wengen, which is the longest downhill in the world. Peter Fill (7th place) and world champion Erik Guay (8th place) got back in shape before the classic of Kitzbühel. On Sunday, overall world cup leader Marcel Hirscher will take action in the slalom classic in Wengen.

ATOMIC Carlo Janka
tammi 16, 2012

KILIAN JORNET WINS AGAIN MOUNTAIN ATTACK

Atomic athlet Kilian Jornet won on January 13, 2012 for the second consecutive time the Mountain Attack in Saalbach/Austria. Jornet shines in top form before the beginning of the world cup season.

ATOMIC Kilian Jornet
tammi 10, 2012

MARCEL HIRSCHER DOUBLE VICTORY

The winner takes it all. After the double victory of Marcel Hirscher and Benjamin Raich on the Atomic D2 Race in the giant slalom classic, Marcel Hirscher also achieved the slalom victory in Adelboden using Atomic Race 165 SL. Thus he is the first double winner ever in the well-established Swiss world cup location. Under conditions that the current world cup leader Marcel Hirscher called “almost unraceable“.

ATOMIC Marcel Hirscher
tammi 08, 2012

DOUBLE VICTORY FOR DOUBLEDECK

Double pleasure. Marcel Hirscher and Benjamin Raich raced to a double victory on the Atomic D2 race on one of the most difficult giant slalom slopes in the world cup. After his slalom victory in Zagreb, Marcel Hirscher reached the top of the podium for the second time within 48 hours. For the first time after his cruciate ligament rupture in February 2011, Benjamin Raich reached the podium.

tammi 05, 2012

MARCEL HIRSCHER: KING OF ZAGREB & WORLD CUP LEADER

Third time lucky. Atomic’s exceptional athlete Marcel Hirscher achieved the third victory of the season at the slalom in Zagrab where conditions were extreme. He re-gained the tricot of the world cup leader! How the 70kg light racer was able to keep his half-time leadership on the flat Sljeme slope while the temperature was above 0 degrees – Atomic ski-tech Edi Unterberger and Marcel Hirscher answer themselves.

tammi 04, 2012

QUEEN MARLIES IV.

Half time. Fifth slalom of the season, fifth victory, five more to go to achieve a perfect season – Atomic’s exceptional athlete Marlies Schild crownded herself to queen Marlies IV. on the Sljeme in Zagreb. Marlies Schild won the ladies’ race with most prize money in the world cup (42,000 Euros for the victory) for the forth time. Atomic team colleague Michaela Kirchgasser finished on 3rd place – this was her first world cup podium in slalom.

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