Farewell to all these #fisalpine athletes

25 April 2017 15:17
Georg Streitberger
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All the good things come to an end. This is why several athletes announced their retirement from the World Cup Tour and that they will now open a new chapter of their lives. We are thankful for all the thrilling races, the emotions moments and many other memories we shared with them and wish them all the best for their future.

Sarka Strachova (CZE, 85)
http://bit.ly/RetirementStrachova

Klaus Kroell (AUT, 80)
http://bit.ly/RetirementKroell

Fabienne Suter (SUI, 85)
http://bit.ly/RetirementSuter

Georg Streitberger (AUT, 81)
159 World Cup starts, 3 WCS starts, 4 OWG starts, 10 World Cup podiums, 3 World Cup wins (Kvitfjell DH 2014, Beaver Creek SG 2010, Kvitfjell SG 2008), 2nd in SG standings 2011

Jens Byggmark (SWE, 85)
http://bit.ly/RetirementByggmark

Lotte Smiseth Sejersted (NOR, 91)
125 World Cup starts, 7 WCS starts, 4 OWG starts, best performance: 5th in Lake Louise SG 2015, Val d’Isère DH 2013 and Lenzerheide DH 2011

Marc Gini (SUI, 84)
http://bit.ly/RetirementGini

Leanne Smith (USA, 87)
http://bit.ly/RetirementSmith

Joachim Puchner (AUT, 87)
http://bit.ly/RetirementJPuchner

Anton Lahdenperae (SWE, 85)
98 World Cup starts, best performance : 9th in Beaver Creek SL 2006

Marion Pellissier (FRA, 88)
63 World Cup starts, best performance: 10th St. Moritz AC 2012 & Val d’Isère AC 2009

Christoph Nösig (AUT, 85)
56 World Cup starts, 1 WCS start, best performance: 6th Lenzerheide GS 2013

Laurie Mougel (FRA, 88)
47 World Cup starts, 3 WCS starts, best performance: 5th in Zagreb SL 2013

Merle Soppela (FIN, 91)
23 World Cup starts, 5 WCS starts, best performance: 21st in Vail / Beaver Creek SL 2015