PAISE FROM THE RACE MANAGER: "OUR ATHLETES WERE ON SPOT AT THE PEAK"
12 out of 30 possible medals in the single races: even in a marvelous winter like this, Christian Höflehner and the Atomic management didn’t have such a World Championship record in their best case prediction. "You have to keep in mind how difficult it is to actually win medals, and how many top runners are not successful at the definitive moment. With the exception of the speed stars Peter Fill and Travis Ganong, who’s World Championship didn’t go so well, either all of them have their medals or were very close. Like Aleksander Aamodt-Kilde, who finished fourth in two races in his World Championship debut."
A World Championship, rich in magical skiing moments: For Marcel Hirscher (Gold Giant Slalom / Slalom, Silver in Alpine Combined), Mikaela Shiffrin (Silver In Giant Slalom plus Slalom Gold), Tina Weirather (Silver / Super G), Stephanie Venier (Silver / Downhill), Michaela Kirchgasser (Bronze / Alpine Combined), Sofia Goggia (Bronze / Giant Slalom) for Max Franz (Bronze / Downhill), Mauro Caviezel (Bronze / Alpine Combined) and Manuel Feller (Silver / Slalom).
All of them smiled broadly with their medals and a stylish piece of skiing future from the winning pictures - the Atomic Redster G9, which was presented at the World Cup. This latest breakthrough innovation from Altenmarkt is the first ski on earth with power steering. Its artificial intelligence, the new Servotec technology, the ski owes to the athletes of the Redster team. Since the #WEARESKIING philosophy applies equally to racing and material development, the Atomic G9 is a best of Redster product in every respect.
The World Cup continues with speed races in Kvitfjell (men) and Crans Montana (ladies).