Viktoria Rebensburg to become new brand ambassador for Stöckli

Stöckli Swiss Sports AG is thrilled that Viktoria Rebensburg will continue to work for and with the Swiss ski brand after her retirement from world-class performance sports. The giant slalom Olympic champion from 2010 will become Stöckli’s new brand ambassador.

Viktoria Rebensburg to become new brand ambassador for Stöckli

At the end of the 2019-20 ski season, Viktoria Rebensburg pulled the plug on your successful career as a ski racer. But her love of ski racing doesn’t stop with that – just the opposite. Rebensburg, who has been a part of the Stöckli family since 2014, has won among other events nine World Cup races on the equipment from Malters, most recently the downhill in Garmisch-Partenkirchen on Feb. 8, 2020. She is excited about continuing the partnership.

“I have always felt at home and in good hands with the Stöckli family and on Stöckli skis. It’s stupendous that the work together after my active career as an athlete can continue in another form, and it’s proof of an outstanding partnership. As during my active competitive years, Stöckli and I wanted to achieve our goals in the future together.

As a part of her new duties, Viktoria Rebensburg will represent the Stöckli brand at various events. For example, the 31-year-old will be at the Stöckli Ski Experience in Andermatt (Jan. 29-31, 2021) and will ski with participants on the runs.

“For me it is of course magnificent that we can keep this partnership in performance sports going with Viktoria Rebensburg to continue and to count on our valuable work together,” says Stöckli CEO Marc Gläser. “Not only do her athletic achievements fit perfectly with Stöckli, but so do her personality, humor, her demand for quality, and her striving to achieve ambitious goals. I am excited that Viktoria will give our premium product an additional international face.”

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