2017-01-30

A really successful weekend for Stöckli

Ilka Stuhec, the speed queen, continues to give top performances on the piste. In Cortina d'Ampezzo she landed her 5th victory of the season! Another candidate ready for St. Moritz is Viktoria Rebensburg who came in twice under the top 5, while Bostjan Kline placed 6th in the Garmisch Partenkirchen race.

A really successful weekend for Stöckli

Once again Stöckli can happily look back at a successful weekend thanks to its strong athletes. The Slovenian, Ilka Stuhec – who is supported by Stöckli material for the first time this season – already celebrated her 5th World Cup victory and is undoubtedly fully prepared to take on the World Championship ski aces in St. Moritz. 

On the heels of her Downhill podium place on Saturday, she also grabbed the Super G victory on Sunday. Viktoria Rebensburg is also back on track after her injury. In the Italian ski area of Cortina d'Ampezzo she landed twice among the top 5. And in the Downhill races on Saturday, she placed 4th behind her Stöckli colleague, Ilka Stuhec.

But this was not the only reason for Stöckli's happy weekend celebrations. The men's races were also cause for satisfaction as Bostjan Kline – Ilka Stuhec's colleague – came in 6th in the Downhill on Saturday in Garmisch Partenkirchen, demonstrating his excellent form.

With such a powerful Stöckli team, all of us here are really looking forward to St. Moritz!

 

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