• Italy's Samuel Costa

    „My goals: stay healthy and improve each day!“

    Just when things looked really dark for the Italian team with team leader Alessandro Pittin having a very bad season, his 23-year-old teammate Samuel Costa stepped out of his shadow and started to impress with his own results. A finish as World Cup overall 21st was his reward and Costa’s giant 142-metre jump with the following crash landing in Val di Fiemme will still be present in a lot of spectator’s minds. In TUESDAY TALK, the Italian spoke about his knee surgery at the beginning of the winter, new goals and his general outlook on life.

  • André Myhrer

    Q&A André Myhrer

    Sweden's World Cup veteran André Myhrer is going into his 13th World Cup season with a lot of confidence, since he just came out an excellent season. The tech skier, who claims 194 World Cup starts and 22 podiums, is aiming for a World Championship medal, but not only. Discover what this passionate skier has to say about the past and the future.

  • Spectacular Snowboard Cross

    Day 3 – Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games

    On 15th February 2016, Hafjell Freepark welcomed the cross athletes for snowboard and ski cross competitions. Perfect sunny weather with mild temperatures created the perfect backdrop for the young Olympians to compete for top honours.

  • Nicolien Sauerbreij had a lot of moments to cheer in her more than 20 years lasting career

    Nicolien Sauerbreij – I never expected a career like this

    While the alpine snowboarders are currently going big in Japan with two races this weekend, the circuit will miss one rider who won the last pgs staged in the land of the rising sun: Nicolien Sauerbreij (NED). The 2010 Olympic champion recently retired - reason enough for us to talk to her.