The Austria-based ski company welcomes the 2015 men's World Champion in downhill.
The Austrian speed skier joins teammate Vincent Kriechmayr on Fischer skis.
The Austrian ended the season by winning the downhill and super-G at World Cup Finals.
Why change a good thing?
The American continues her partnership with the Austrian ski brand.
The three-time Olympian is recognized as a highly skilled world-class ski competitor and personality.
Avalanche safety clinics will be hosted all along the East Coast.
The World Cup speed star is the first female U.S. Ski Team member to partner with KHOMBU.
Shiffrin has been a long-time user of LEKI's unique Trigger S grip system.
The application is now available for U.S. athletes.
The Band of Heroes has a new member as veterans resign with the brand.
Another World Cup athlete will be on white skis next year.
Kohlberg & Company has purchased K2, Marker, Dalbello, and the rest of the winter sports businesses formerly owned by Newell Brands Inc.
Italian will be on Redster skis once again
The Slovakian will ski on HEAD equipment next season.
The Frenchman returns to his original ski brand.
The former CU Buff makes the leap from coaching to retail.
Two other Austrians extend their contracts with the ski brand.
Dave Nihan joins Nordica as the national race and promotions manager.
Oakley will showcase the brand’s products and technologies against the backdrop of Aspen.