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Three athletes make the switch to Fischer

The Fischer Race Family is pleased to welcome highly promising new recruits for the coming season. Swiss Luca Aerni, Englishman Dave Ryding and German...

Switzerland’s Luca Aerni moves to Fischer ski

The 27-year recently made the switch from long-time sponsor Salomon.

How To Test Skis This Summer

Summer is the optimal time to test equipment and dial in your set up for the season.

Kriechmayr Golden Again as Jansrud Collects Super-G Globe

Austrian rising star wins two days in a row.

Feuz Takes Downhill Globe as Austrians Tie in Are

Swiss star takes maiden World Cup title.

Ginnis Wins Second Stop of World Pro Ski Tour

The 2018 series concludes at the end of the month in Sunday River, Maine.

Hirscher Makes History in Schladming

Austrian is now tied with Herman Maier on the all-time wins list.

Kristoffersen Breaks Through in Kitzbuehel Slalom

Norwegian star snags first win of his season as the snow falls.

Myhrer, Shiffrin Commence 2018 With Wins in Oslo

Switzerland's Melanie Meillard earned her first World Cup podium.

Brem decides to skip Soelden World Cup

The Austrian star continues her comeback from a 2016 injury.

Lahdenperae retires after 12 years with Swedish team

The Swedish slalom skier looks towards the future.

Ginnis wins first National title, Stiegler reclaims slalom title after 10 years

Sunshine and slalom made for an exciting day of racing at Sugarloaf Resort.

Shiffrin doubles up with Squaw slalom win

American locks down fourth career slalom title with one race remaining.

Merryweather, Morse crowned Junior World Champions in downhill

It was a great day for the Americans in Are, Sweden.

Hirscher secures GS, overall titles with win in Kranjska Gora

Austrian sets record for most consecutive overall titles.

Schmidhofer crowned Super-G World Champion in St. Moritz

Austrian makes amazing comeback from a 2016 knee injury.

Hirscher amazes to claim Kitzbuehel slalom win

Austria gets another home win as Great Britain claims first ever World Cup slalom podium.

Moelgg takes Zagreb crown on the World Cup’s 50th birthday

Italian's first win in eight years comes on a special night in front of legends of the sport.

Franz takes surprise Val Gardena win as Americans bounce back

Austrian earns first career World Cup win as Nyman leads three Americans into the top 10.

Kristoffersen returns to winning ways in Val d’Isere slalom

Norwegian claims first win of the season in come-from-behind fashion.

Meet the boot guys from Fischer Sports

Reinhold Gappmaier and Hannes Reiter share the best time of year to fit ski boots.

Fischer, Razzoli remain a team for 2 more years

Slalom specialist with unusually large feet finds boot fit with VACUUM technology.

Jean-Baptiste Grange extends Fischer contract

From nearly ending his career to winning the World Championship slalom, Grange had a wild year in 2014-15.

Complete guide to the 2015 summer test center scene at Mt. Hood

Take next season's skis, boots, and bindings out for a test drive on the Palmer Glacier.
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