At first, Stöckli was involved primarily in the regional ski racing scene. Indeed, mostly athletes from central Switzerland were the ones who put their trust in Stöckli skis. Once proven by its regional successes, Stöckli was finally in 1994 allowed entry into the Swiss Ski Pool after having made several prior applications. This resulted in the Olympic silver medalist Urs Kälin moving over to Stöckli as the first Swiss World Cup skier to do so. In that first season alone, he had several podium finishes. Now, after more than 20 years involved with ski racing at the highest level, the company can be very proud of its successes.