Maria Hoefl-Riesch, Olympic Champion, World Cup winner and multiple Globe winner has decided to retire from her professional skiing career.March 21st, 2014Maria Hoefl-Riesch has decided to end her glittering skiing career, that has seen her win 4 Olympic medals, three Gold and a silver medal; 1 Overall globe and 5 discipline Globes and 27 World Cup races wins across Downhill, Super G, Slalom and Super Combined: A true Champion from the HEAD World Cup Rebels team.
Fenninger completes the mission with victory in LenzerheideMarch 16th, 2014Anna Fenninger wins the final Giant Slalom of the season and with it the Globe for the Giant Slalom World Cup
Ligety wins nailbiter to take GlobeMarch 15th, 2014Ligety needed to win and his rival for the Globe, Marcel Hirscher, needed to come fourth - and that is what happened!
Miller takes third; Svindal takes GlobeMarch 13th, 2014Bode Miller produced a classic Miller run to place third while Aksel Lund Svindal received the Globe
Fenninger takes second in Lenzerheide but wins OverallMarch 13th, 2014Anna Fenninger wins the Overall Globe and takes second place in the Super G race and standings
Mayer wins race, Svindal the GlobeMarch 12th, 2014Matthias Mayer joined the list of Downhill race winners with Ligety taking second and Svindal the Downhill Globe
Goergl takes second as Hoefl-Riesch flies away with GlobeMarch 12th, 2014Lizz Goergl takes second place in the Final Downhill of the World Cup season. Maria Hoefl-Riesch wins Downhill Globe despite crashing; Fenninger takes lead in Overall
Aksel Lund Svindal and HEAD continue the successful partnership for the next four yearsMarch 11th, 2014HEAD proudly announces that the successful partnership with the Norwegian Viking will continue for four more consecutive years, until 2018, including the 2018 Olympics in South Korea.
Ligety wins for a historic sixth time in Kranjska Gora Giant SlalomMarch 8th, 2014Ted Ligety won for the sixth time in the Kranjska Gora Giant Slalom - a record.
Swenn-Larsson joins the list of podium winnersMarch 8th, 2014Anna Swenn-Larsson scores her first World Cup podium with third in the Slalom in Are
Anna Fenninger makes it three on the bounceMarch 7th, 2014Anna Fenninger won her third straight GS in Are to head the standings in the Overall and be within reaching distance of the GS standings
Fenninger wins in Are Giant SlalomMarch 6th, 2014Anna Fenninger stormed in to win the first of two Giant Slaloms in Are, sweden
Jansrud powers to victory in the Kvitfjell Super G, Mayer thirdMarch 2nd, 2014Kjetil Jansrud powers to third career victory in the Kvitfjell Super G, Matthias Mayer third. Aksel Lund Svindal secures Super G Globe
Fenninger takes second in Crans Montana DownhillMarch 2nd, 2014Anna Fenninger takes second place in the Crans Montana Downhill and closes in on the lead of Maria Hoefl-Riesch in the Downhill standings.
Clarey and Mayer podium in Kvitfjell Downhill 2March 1st, 2014Johan Clarey and Matthias Mayer both score best World Cup results with podium placing in Kvitfjell Downhill
Streitberger and Jansrud share win in Kvitfjell Downhill 1February 28th, 2014Georg Streitberger and Kjetil Jansrud share win in Kvitfjell Downhill
HEAD athletes rewarded with hard work in medals at SochiFebruary 27th, 2014Recognising the racers that could win the big races is one of the hardest jobs for Rainer Salzgeber in the pursuit of Olympic Success. Following the closing of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, the athletes using HEAD skis have demonstrated what a tightknit team they are.
Fenninger takes second medal with silver in Giant SlalomFebruary 18th, 2014Anna Fenninger almost captures her second Gold of the 2014 Winter Olympics but is happy with silver
Jansrud takes Olympic Super G TitleFebruary 16th, 2014Kjetil Jansrud secures the full set of Olympic Medals with victory in the Super G. Weibrecht takes silver after almost four years out and Bode Miller becomes oldest Olympic Medal winner in taking joint third
Fenninger survives to take Gold, Hoefl-Riesch the silverFebruary 15th, 2014Anna Fenninger continued her fine run in Super G to win the Olympic Gold; Maria Hoefl-Riesch took silver