Innerhofer extends Rossignol contract as French manufacturer names full team
After an incredible season with two Olympic medals — silver in downhill and bronze in super combined — Italian Christof Innerhofer has decided to extend his association with Rossignol until 2017. This deal includes Rossignol ski equipment, bindings, boots, poles, helmet and goggles.
With an eye on the coming season’s World Championships in Vail-Beaver Creek, Rossignol is delighted that Innerhofer has once again committed himself to the company.
Following a strong season marked by numerous successes during the Sochi Olympic Winter Games and on the World Cup tour, Rossignol Group has kept the majority of its athletes and is very proud to welcome new recruits Bernadette Schild, Carlo Janka, and Thomas Mermillod-Blondin.
2014-15 Team Rossignol
Bernadette Schild, Alexandra Daum, Marc Digruber, Magnus Walch, Daniel Meier, Marie-Michele Gagnon, Erin Mielzynski, Marie-Pier Prefontaine, Jan Hudec, Manuel Osborne-Paradis, Robbie Dixon , Phil Brown, Trevor Philp, Federica Brignone, Irene Curtoni, Manuela Moelgg, Chiara Costazza, Michela Azzola, Christof Innerhofer, Matteo Marsaglia, Henri Battilani, Marion Rolland, Marie Marchand-Arvier, Jennifer Piot, Tessa Worley, Anémone Marmottan, Adeline Baud, Brice Roger, Maxence Muzaton, Thomas Mermillod-Blondin, Nicolas Thoule, Christina Geiger, Stefan Luitz, Philipp Schmid, Ragnhild Mowinckel, Henrik Kristoffersen, Leif Kristian Haugen, Sergei Maytakov, Stepan Zuev, Pavel Trikhichev, Ilka Stuhec, Zan Kranjec, Lara Gut, Michelle Gisin, Carlo Janka, Didier Defago, Marc Gisin, Ramon Zenhausern, Maria Pietilae-Holmner, Frida Hansdotter, Jessica Lindell Vikarby, Charlotta Saefvenberg, Markus Larsson, Axel Baeck, Calle Lindh, Stacey Cook, Leanne Smith, Jacquelines Wiles, Thomas Biesemeyer, Ryan Cochran-Siegle.
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