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Nina Loeseth in the Lange Team for two more seaons
After a busy winter, with 84 World Cup podiums (Rossignol/Dynastar/Lange) and with both Frida Hansdotter and Henrik Kristoffersen winning Crystal Globes in Slalom, Rossignol Group announced the signature of new contracts for the next two seasons.
Rossignol Group is very proud to welcome the talented Nina Loeseth, joining the technical team. The Norwegian skier had an excellent winter, winning the first four podiums of her World Cup career, with a particularly outstanding victory in the Slalom at Santa Caterina.
"I loved the skis as soon as I tried them, and I quickly felt that they would be a good choice for me. I've been using Lange boots for a while, so it's the perfect combination, allowing me greater speed and pushing back my limits. It's giving me a lot of motivation. I'm hoping to stay in this season's winning streak, and come back from the 2017 World Championships and the 2018 Olympic Games with medals around my neck."
Nina Loeseth (NOR)
Born 27 February 1989 (27 years)
Rossignol Skis and Lange Boots
Disciplines: Giant Slalom and Slalom
Fabienne Suter, 2nd of the Downhill World Cup
Heroe(s) in this news Fabienne SUTER
With 4 podiums this winter in Downhill (Lake Louise, Val d’Isère, Garmisch and St. Moritz during the World Cup finals), Fabienne Suter has realized a strong season and finished second of the World Cup in this discipline behind Lindsey Vonn and ahead of Larisa Yurkiw.
Lange flies over the Skicross World Cup!
The Skicross season is over! Congratulations to our Lange athletes Jean-Fred Chapuis, winner of the overall for the 2nd year in a row and Chris Delbosco 2nd & on the women side to Alizée Baron, 3rd of the Skicross World Cup.
They all realized a strong season with 6 podiums including 4 victories for Chapuis, 5 podiums including 2 victories for Delbosco and 5 podiums for Baron.
MEN WORLD CUP STANDINGS
1. Jean-Frédéric CHAPUIS (FRA) – 694 points
2. Chris DELBOSCO (CAN) – 554 points
3. Brady LEMAN (CAN) – 523 points
WOMEN WORLD CUP STANDINGS
1. Anna HOLMLUND (SWE) – 975 points
2. Marielle THOMPSON (CAN) – 737 points
3. Alizée BARON (FRA) – 612 points
360° Video! Step into Ski Cross Olympic Champion Jean-Frederic Chapuis’s skis as he takes on the Arosa course: https://www.facebook.com/Eurosport/videos/vb.20245299744/10154599834224745/?type=2&theater
Gagnon in confidence
Heroe(s) in this news Marie-Michele GAGNON
After her 3rd place in Crans-Montana Slalom, Marie-Michele Gagnon has shown in Soldeu that the Lange racer has found again the confidence. She signs her second career World Cup win in Alpine Combined after her victory in 2014 in Zauchensee.
“I wasn’t expecting a win. I was surprised. I was hoping for a podium. That’s always a good result, and I knew that I was skiing strong. My super-G was pretty good yesterday. I started 52 and came 23rd. For me, I was pretty happy with that. And today, I was able to put down a pretty solid run in the super G and also, my confidence is good with slalom. After two weekends ago, I had my first podium in like four years in slalom, so it’s really good. Just having that confidence moving into alpine combined where both of the races were kind of like perfect snow, I would say. It was just really a good day, I guess."
In the alpine combined standings, Marie-Michel Gagnon, Lara Gut and Lindsey Vonn are tied for first place with 100 points. Holdener is fourth with 98 points. With one more alpine combined in St Moritz for the finals, the battle for the crystal globe will be amazing!
Hat-trick for Lange in Soldeu
Heroe(s) in this news Federica BRIGNONE
It was a tough race in Soldeu! Despite the bad weather conditions, Federica Brignone has signed her first Super G World Cup victory in Soldeu! It’s her 5th podium this season, the 12th of her career. Lange racers Laurenne Ross (2nd) and Tamara Tippler (3rd) complete the podium.
"It’s incredible today, I just can’t believe it, and it’s crazy. I know this was a tough race. It was not the best conditions for the best racers, the top 7, but then I took advantage of my luck and I just ski my best and tried to push. I knew it was just one minute of super G, so I tried to push every single turn. Actually, when I went down it was really good. You must not to go outside the race line because the snow was a little bit soft. In the last part, if you were going a little bit wide, you were kind of slowed down. A part from the top section, it was so good for me because it was just steep and technical.