Technical specialist commits to Atomic through 2018 PyeongChang Olympics.
"Our racing family sticks together, in good times and also in not so good times, and ... it pays off."
Tomas Karlsson will leave his position with the Swedish Ski Association as of July 15, and the team will now look to replace two head coaches.
The 22-year-old speed specialist has spent the past 10 years on the product.
Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr had a breakout season in 2014-15.
Will a five-month setback following an additional surgery on his left knee force Erik Guay into retirement?
Rumored to have tested Head, Felix Neureuther stays committed to his existing sponsor through 2018.
Who will coach the double Olympic gold medalist heading into the world championship season?
Andreas Puelacher becomes head men's coach in Austria and Thomas Stauffer finds a new job overnight.
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