Atomic Magazine

last update: January 23, 2019Topics: About Us Alpine BC Touring Nordic

MIKAELAS NEXT COUP: CHAMPION IN ALL DISCIPLINES!

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Alpine

FLAWLESS MIKA, MAGIC MARCO, MIGHTY MARCEL, COURAGEOUS MANUEL!

It’s not the largest athlete team in the World Cup, but the Redster Unit is the most successful by far. Thanks to two absolute shining stars of the century. And to a star line up, which isn’t complete due to injury, but still proves weekend after weekend how much potential there is in this Atomic team. So would all the Redster heroes from the races on the Lauberhorn and in Cortina d’Ampezzo please come onto the winning podium for a group photo! Standing ovations for: Mikaela Shiffrin, Marco Schwarz, Marcel Hirscher, Stephanie Venier and for Manuel Feller plus the athletes of the future.

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BC Touring

FIRST RACE BRINGS FIRST WORLD CUP PODIUM OF THE SEASON

Last weekend, the ISMF Skimountaineering World Cup started in Bischofshofen, Austria. Already in the first competition of the season, the sprint race, Atomic athlete Iwan Arnold was able to finish on the second place. Further top-rankings and outstanding performances completed a successful weekend.

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Nordic

THE REDSTER-HIGHLIGHTS: FRANZ-JOSEF KING OF CHAUX-NEUVE

The Nordic Combined Triple in Chaux-Neuve (FRA), Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding (Germany), cross-country World Cup event in Otepää (Estonia): The Atomic Nordic Crew has been hard at work and successful everywhere. Redster highlight N° 1: Combined skier Franz-Josef Rehrl captured the audience’s hearts with his first two World Cup wins of his career in Chaux-Neuve and came in 3rd place in the final classification after his Atomic buddy Fabian Rießle. Atomic biathlete Simon Eder came home with 8th place in the Sprint and 9th place in the mass start in Ruhpolding. Redster classic star Evgeniy Belov is fit again after having the flu in the Tour de Ski and came in 6th place in the 15km Classic in Otepää. Do you know Ansgar Evensen - not yet? Well, he’s the future star at Atomic and recent Silver medal winner from the Nordic Junior World Championships.

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BC Touring

HÖFL AND ZUGG ON MOUNTAIN ATTACK-PODIUM

The biggest and one of the most prestigious Austrian race events in skimountaineering, the Mountain Attack on the slopes of the ski resort Saalbach-Hinterglemm, brought two second and one ninth rank for the Atomic Backland Athletes.

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Nordic

ATOMIC NORDIC: BREAK AFTER THE TOUR WITH IMPORTANT SUCCESS STORIES

The week after the Tour de Ski is traditionally a short break for the athletes to have a breather, especially for the cross-country team in the Atomic Nordic Unit. The majority were able to have a break, as the City Grand Prix in Dresden will only be fought for by the pure sprint specialists. Simen Hegstad Krueger, Third in the Tour, carried on his momentum from his top performance, and is looking forward to new tasks. Atomic star Evgeniy Belov has got his energy back again, after having the flu which threw him out of the Tour early. Whilst the Redster cross-country athletes are having a break, the biathletes and Nordic combined skiers brought in some success stories.

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Alpine

MARCEL’S DONE IT AGAIN! A HERO’S JOURNEY…

Every weekend the World Championship season is increasing speed and dynamics. The classic races are the backdrop to fight for World Championship places, and also for the constant, regular showdowns of the best Slalom and Giant Slalom skiers in the world. The man who needs to be beaten has been the same for years: Marcel Hirscher. Are the competitors getting closer to beating him!? No! But it seems to be the case. Marcel Hirscher himself, is skiing his first runs, as if he could have done with another espresso, and is giving ski racing a fine storyboard in January. Until he gets together with his team of chief strategists in the break, and then changes the complete setup every time and shows, with his decision, who is the greatest skier ever. Marcel is making a hero’s journey out of his wins. In Adelboden he won his 66th and 67th World Cup races.

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Nordic

PAS DE FART? AUCUN PROBLEME AVEC SKINTEC

Vous n’avez pas le temps de farter. Vous ne voulez pas dépenser de l’argent pour du fart, ni apprendre à farter. Vous n’êtes pas le ou la seule dans ce cas ! Nous sommes allés en Scandinavie, le berceau du ski de fond, à la rencontre de skieurs nordiques qui pensent comme vous et nous ont confié leur secret pour régler la « question du fartage ».

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Nordic

SUPER SIMEN TOOK HIS PLACE ON THE PODIUM ON THE LAST CLIMB!

Simen Hegstad Krueger isn’t only a talented cross-country skier, he’s also got a lot of talent for drama at big events in cross-country sport. At the Olympics in Pyeongchang the Redster Star had the highly-emotional trilogy – fall in the hectic start – broken pole – win in the skiathlon helped him to become famous worldwide. Now with a grueling performance on the very last climb to Alpe Cermis in the Tour de Ski the Norwegian secured third place on the podium. A longed-for success, nearly as important as his three Olympic medals, as Simen is now back for the future.

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Alpine

REDSTER “ROYAL COUPLE” - ATOMIC RULES THE SLALOM GAME!

A New Year with new opportunities: the well-known Coronation ceremony twice for the “Snow Queen Trophy” in Zagreb: Mikaela Shiffrin was crowned for the fourth time with a huge lead, and Marcel Hirscher for the fifth time with the Glass Crown for the Slalom win. The Redster “Royal Couple” rule once again and Atomic still remains the Slalom power in the World Cup. With the exception of Madonna di Campiglio they have won all the Slalom races this World Championship winter and the superstars are not the only candidates for victory.

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