Alpine Ski Racing

Perfect Start for Bollé Athletes at FIS World Cup

It was an amazing start to the season for Bollé athletes. Last weekend saw the first race of the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup in Sölden which hosted the Women’s and Men’s Giant Slaloms where Bollé athletes took both first places and also achieved third place in the women’s race.

ALICE ROBINSON (NZ) 1ST, TESSA WORLEY (FRA) 3RD  

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17 year old Alice Robinson (middle), a new recruit to the Bollé team, won the women’s Giant Slalom race ahead of the leader in the discipline, Mikaela Shiffrin and another experienced skier, Bollé athlete Tessa Worley (right). With this third place, Tessa achieved her 30th World Cup podium.

ALEXIS PINTURAULT (FRA) 1st 

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Ranked 2nd overall in last season’s World Cup, Alexis Pinturault proved his strong skills and high goals for this season with this first place. “It’s wonderful” he says. “This result is of course a good sign for the future even if we are still very early in the season.” 

Levi (Finland) will host the next slalom race on November 23rd and 24th.