The preceding era was also unprecedented with Stephan Eberharter who became Olympic champion after 1997/98 on Atomic, as well as Lasse Kjus, who was also three times World Champion (Stephan Eberharter once won World Cup gold). And last but not least, Hermann Maier, who celebrated all four Olympics and six World Cup medals, all 14 Crystal Globes and 53 of his 54 World Cup victories on Atomic. Benni Raich's career score with 4 Olympic medals, 10 World Championship medals, Overall World Cup victory and eight Small Globes in Giant Slalom, Slalom and Combination especially shines under the Atomic star.
It’s logical that the heroes of the past decades had also placed their bets on Atomic during the crucial phases of their careers - Marc Girardelli up until 1988/89 (three Overall World Cup victories, two World Championship titles), Markus Wasmeier (from 1991/92, two times Olympic gold) or even triple World Champion Rudi Nierlich. It’s also logical that the ladies of the Atomic team had a great historic performance - Downhill World Cup winner Michaela Figini, the two-time World Champion Ulrike Maier or Marlies Schild (World Championship Gold 2011, three times Olympic silver, 37 World Cup victories, five World Cups in disciplines).