helmi 15, 2012

BENJAMIN WEGER HEADS TO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS WITH THREE PODIUM PLACES

Place 3 for Benjamin Weger in the sprint of Kontiolahti, the last Biathlon World Cup station before the World Championships. Two weeks before the World Championships in Ruhpolding, the Swiss achieved his third podium place of the season racing with the ATOMIC WORLD CUP SKATE. Just in time for the World Championships, his ATOMIC colleague Christoph Sumann made his way back to the world’s elite by ranking sixth in pursuit.

ATOMIC Benjamin Weger
helmi 14, 2012

KILIAN JORNET WINS GOLD MEDAL IN EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP VERTICAL RACE

ATOMIC athlete Kilian Jornet won the vertical race of the European Championships in Pelvoux (FRA). On this technically challenging terrain, he pulled ahead of his contestants by a large margin.

ATOMIC Kilian Jornet
helmi 12, 2012

THE RIGHT SKI IN ANY SITUATION - SCHILD WINS IN SOLDEU

Slalom victory number 33 for Marlies Schild, the sixth in this season - the ATOMIC queen continued her series at the World Cup debut in Andorra. ATOMIC colleague Kathrin Zettel finished on 3rd place, which was her second podium place this season. Kranjska Gora winner Michaela Kirchgasser ranked ninth, 16-year-old ATOMIC Kitten Mikaela Shiffrin finished on place 10.

ATOMC Marlies Schild
helmi 07, 2012

OLYMPIC CHAMPION BILL DEMONG FASTEST IN THE SKI RUN

Extremely cold, extremely good! News of success for ATOMIC after the ice-cold weekend of the nordic athletes! Olympic Champion Bill Demong (USA) achieved the best time in the ski run at the world championships dress rehearsal of the nordic combined athletics in Val di Fiemme and finished on the podium after he ranked 17th after the jumping. ATOMIC Athlete Marthe Kristoffersen (NOR) also achieved 3rd place in the 10 km mass start race at the world cup in Rybinsk, Russia.

helmi 06, 2012

ERIK GUAY AND TINA WEIRATHER ON THE DOWNHILL PODIUM

World Champion Erik Guay was rewarded with place 3 in the downhill in the "fridge" of Chamonix. After exciting few hundredths of seconds, which led to place 4 the day before, the ATOMIC DOUBLEDECK now carried Guay to the World Cup podium. This also happened to ATOMIC young star Tina Weirather in the ladies' race - she also reached place 3 in the downhill of Garmisch.

tammi 31, 2012

JOSSI WELLS WINS BRONZE IN X GAMES BIG AIR!

Atomic athlete Jossi Wells couldn’t be happier. A world class performance in front of the world stage saw the kiwi superstar win the bronze medal in Big Air at X games in Aspen Colorado.

tammi 30, 2012

DOUBLE VICTORY FOR AUKLAND BROTHERS

Third coup at the Marcialonga! On Sunday, Atomic athlete Jörgen Aukland won the 70 kilometer cross-country skiing marathon classics in Italy for the third time after 2003 and 2006. This happened after an incredible race to catch up from kilometer 40 onwards and an exciting finish sprint against his elder brother and Atomic colleague Anders.

ATOMIC Aukland
tammi 29, 2012

ATOMIC WELCOMES RICHARD PERMIN TO THE TEAM!

Widely considered one of the most versatile and thrilling Freeskiers on the planet, Richard Permin has decided to join the Atomic family. Atomic is incredibly excited about the addition and will work closely with Richard to support his tremendous progression.

tammi 28, 2012

ANDREAS HÅTVEIT EARNS BRONZE IN X GAMES SLOPESTYLE!

An ecstatic Andreas Håtveit won a well deserved bronze at X Games Slopestyle this Thursday. After qualifying in fourth place earlier in the day, in the most competitive field yet seen at x, the Atomic athlete upped the ante in the finals under the lights in Aspen, Colorado reaching the coveted podium.

ATOMIC Hatveit X-Games
tammi 28, 2012

GLORY GUAY IN GARMISCH, ATOMIC KITTEN IN ST. MORITZ

The world champion is back on the podium. ATOMIC star Eric Guay ranked 2nd on the shortened Kandahar 2 in Garmisch. Despite a cold but because he loves Garmisch, where he became world champion and won twice. At the ladies' downhill in St. Moritz, 22-year-old ATOMIC kitten Tina Weirather finished on 3rd place.

ATOMIC Erik Guay
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