The champion from Bergamo, who went to the other side of the World to hunt for snow, also enjoys Latin dancing.
Category: sports-winter sports
For the seventh consecutive year it will have the Maierl track as its theater.
The first World Cup stage is scheduled from Saturday, Nov. 26, in Oestersdun, Sweden.
After a summer in the gym and devoted to other sports, the champion is back on skis far from home.
The Bergamasque star watched qualifying for the Italian GP in Monza yesterday, but today she takes off for Ushuaia, Argentina, where she will train for more than a month.
Departures for South America begin for the blue women’s alpine skiing teams.
Three Italian nationals will be at the start of the Martin Fourcade Nordic Festival.
Concluded the pursuit event valid for the Italian Summer Biathlon Championships from Forni Avoltri.
Third placed Rebecca Passler who printed Samuela Comola (0+1) by half a second.
These are all formats that intend to emphasize multidisciplinarity rather than super-specialization.
The two blue stars are preparing on the Aosta Valley glacier for their trip to Argentina; the Bergamasque is there from the 14th until tomorrow, while the “hostess” will be there from Monday until next Thursday.
On Friday, the technical race specialists board the plane to fly to Argentina, Ushuaia to be exact, the usual training venue on the winter snows of the southern hemisphere.
The men’s and women’s cross-country teams continue in their preparation work in northern Europe.
Clearly won the City Biathlon in Wiesbaden, dominating the race with a fearsome performance on the range.
After a season of forced absence, the City Biathlon Wiesbaden returns to the international calendar.
The men’s World Cup speed team will be on stage in Cervinia for a week of ski training on the Aosta Valley snows.
The Saslong Classic Club has reached a new milestone on its path to the 2029 World Alpine Ski Championships.
After a few days on Elba Island, the champion decided to return close to home, without stopping, however.
The Blues will take advantage of Peer’s shed from Monday, July 13 to Thursday, Aug. 3.
After long weeks spent intensifying her athletic training, the Valle d’Aosta native was summoned by technical director Gianluca Rulfi for five days of training.
The Bergamasque star has been busy since Saturday in the Aosta Valley, while the world super-G champion finishes training in France tomorrow.
At 35, he says enough is enough of an icon of snow boarding in our home.
Bergamo skier: “If there’s anything I live for in sports, it’s winning, maintaining the standard of excellence.”
Technical director Paolo Deflorian chose Jondal, Norway, as the site for a fortnight of ski training for the junior men’s alpine ski group.
The 30-year-old outfielder from Bergamo was intercepted by the Rai correspondent at Stelvio during her first week of ski training ahead of the upcoming World Cup season.
In fact, the Bergamasque will be busy on the Stelvio Pass glacier with arrival from Monday, May 19 until Saturday, June 24.
Hard muscle work is not dampening the Bergamasque champion’s good spirits.
“Third week of muscle work,” jokes the Bergamasque.