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An excerpt of the full interview held with Denise Karbon for Ready Set Sport Denise Karbon, an Italian skiing legend, has spoken with Daphne Seberich for Ready Set Sport about her career, her most memorable success and her passion about skiing. The excerpt of the interview was featured on Episode 4 of the Fresh Air … Continue reading Denise Karbon: an Italian skiing legend
Manuel Feller ended the 2020/2021 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup on a high note, conquering the Lenzerheide slope in a thrilling battle for the win. By Daphne Seberich Manuel Feller closed the 2020-21 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup season in top form by winning the last Slalom race of the season at the finals in … Continue reading Manuel Feller’s how-to: end the season on a high note
Youngster Alice Robinson breaks a record that stood unbeaten since the ’80s: scoring her third career win before turning 20. By Daphne Seberich Alice Robinson triumphed at the Giant Slalom finals held in Lenzerheide. The Kiwi youngster, who already managed to impress everyone watching at home with her wins in Sölden and Kranjska Gora in … Continue reading Back to the ’80s: young Kiwi Robinson making history in the new era of skiing
Katharina Liensberger takes the Slalom Crystal Globe home in a fiery battle against Shiffrin and Vlhova for the title. After nine years of title-drought for the Austrians, the 2021 discipline’s World Champion finally put a stop to the curse. By Daphne Seberich Katharina Liensberger is the 2021 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Slalom champion. … Continue reading Liensberger ends the Slalom Crystal Globe drought for Austria!
Alexis Pinturault won the last Giant Slalom of the season in Lenzerheide in commanding fashion. In addition to that, he also won for the first time in his career both the Small and the Giant Crystal Globe — all that on his 30th birthday. It couldn’t get better than this for Pinturault. By Daphne Seberich … Continue reading It couldn’t get better than this for Pinturault
Mathieu Faivre completely turned his season around after the 2021 Cortina FIS Alpine World Ski Championship wins, dominating the Giant Slalom discipline. In only twelve days, the Frenchman has won two out of three competitions, scoring a podium in all of them. By Daphne Seberich Bansko day two. A perfect day with perfect weather saw … Continue reading 12 days of dominance
Lara Gut-Behrami can’t stop and won’t stop winning. The ultimate speed machine scored back-to-back wins in Val di Fassa, securing her lead at the top of the Overall standings. By Daphne Seberich Another day, another victory for Lara Gut-Behrami. The Swiss speed athlete dominated the second Downhill race in Val di Fassa, Italy. The Passo … Continue reading The ultimate speed machine
Filip Zubcic proved to be superior to everyone in Bansko as the World Cup events restarted. After missing out on a championships medal, the Croatian had his sweet redemption on the Bulgarian slope. By Daphne Seberich As the 2021 Cortina FIS Alpine World Ski Championships came to an end, the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup … Continue reading Sweet, sweet redemption.
Lara Gut-Behrami proves to be unstoppable on the speed disciplines, especially when considering her most recent results at the 2021 Cortina D’Ampezzo FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. By Daphne Seberich After the 2021 Cortina d’Ampezzo FIS Alpine Ski World Championships, the World Cup restarted on a new slope for the women in Val di Fassa, … Continue reading She’s unstoppable.
Sebastian Foss-Solevaag went from maiden victory in Flachau to World Champion all in one month. The Norwegian’s chose the right moment to shine at Cortina’s Druscié slope. By Daphne Seberich All good things eventually come to an end. The Men’s Slalom event was the grand finale of the Cortina D’Ampezzo 2021 FIS Alpine World Ski … Continue reading The right moment to shine
Katharina Liensberger brought Austria’s gold medal drought in a Women’s Slalom event to an end after ten years. She broke the “Wunderteam’s” taboo since 2011. By Daphne Seberich Katharina Liensberger was the revelation of the Cortina D’Ampezzo 2021 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. The Austrian managed to score three medals throughout the two weeks of … Continue reading Liensberger broke the Austrian Slalom taboo
With his win, Kriechmayr became the third man, after Hermann Maier in 1999 and Bode Miller in 2005 to do the speed double in the same year at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. Photo credits: Paudal, Olympic Channel , Alchetron & Corriere Della Sera By Daphne Seberich Vincent Kriechmayr was unbeatable on the brand-new … Continue reading Kriechmayr is now part of the élite speed double trio
Switzerland’s Corinne Suter brings back the Downhill World Championships gold medal to the Swiss Ski team 32 years after their last successful racer, Maria Walliser. By Daphne Seberich After tough weather days at the start of the Championships week, Cortina dished up a dream day for the women’s downhillers. Cloudless blue skies and crisp temperatures … Continue reading Walliser’s 32-year-record was finally crushed by Suter!
By Daphne Seberich If you enjoy watching Snowboarding and Freestyle Skiing then you are no stranger to the X Games. Each year the best athletes in those disciplines are invited to compete at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Colorado. This year was no different. The difficult worldwide situation didn’t stop the organizers from holding this special … Continue reading The highs and lows of the Aspen X Games 2021
Marco Schwarz can’t hold back. His physical and mental shape make him unstoppable. The Austrian wins on home soil at the Planai night race under the lights and arrives at the Cortina 2021 World Championships with an impressive podium streak. By Daphne Seberich It was a different feel in Schladming, which usually welcomes more than … Continue reading Unstoppable Marco Schwarz
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