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  • Flying high! #nofilter #givesyouwings Thanks for the ride.

  • Congrats on the win today Anna Fenninger!!! Good times making this little video this spring. l´ll be looking from the sidelines for a while. Winning lots of races in my mind before I´m back at the start. HEAD SKI #HEADwhatsyoutlimit

    What's your Limit? Race rituals featuring Aksel Lund Svindal and Anna Fenninger. The campaign’s first chapter focuses on the World Cup Rebel Anna Fenninger, Overall World Cup winner, Gold and Silver medalist at the Sotchi Olympics and Aksel Lund Svindal, Downhill World Champion, and their attitude and internal thoughts in the months and minutes before a race. In a sport where everything comes down to only two minutes of pure adrenaline, every movement and every turn has to be just about perfect and the word limit cannot possible be part of the equation. “What’s your limit?” highlights this attitude and combination of mental and physical strength in order to inspire others to follow and keep questioning their own boundaries. #HEADwhatsyourlimit?

  • Being a part of the best team.. Being a part of the best team is great when you´re having success and everybody ´s happy. But its even better when things don’t go your way. That’s when you really figure out what kind of people and companies you work with. I decided to stay in Sölden for the world cup races. Not to watch the races, but because I wanted to be with my team. These guys are great at what they do (athletes, coaches, physios, ski technicians…) but they¨re also great people and some of my best friends. I´m also a proud member of the HEAD ski team. Yesterday we did the annual world cup opening press conference with the HEAD team here in Sölden. Everyone else ready to kick ass trough the winter, and me jumping around on one foot… A lot of people said it must be really depressing to be here?? No, its actually exactly the opposite. I felt so much better after those hours spent with the HEAD crew. Being injured I feel bad because I cant deliver results and excitement on the race hill like I normally do. I will be back sooner or later to do that again, but in the mean time I´m on the side lines watching. Skiing is a risky sport and we´re all used to injuries, but it still feels great when you get the kind of support that I felt yesterday. So thanks everyone! And like I said. It´s good to be a part of a great team when things are good. But when things don’t go you´re way… That´s when being a part of right team gets really important. So tune in on television to watch your favorite sport this weekend live from Sölden. Not only because it’s a great sport, but because its full of great people!

  • One healthy and one healing #achilles. #shithappens

  • Shit happens. And that's exactly what's happened this time. I was out for a little run with the rest of the team in Sölden Austria. We ended the session playing around with a ball. Just holding it up in the air between us. Suddenly I felt something snap in my leg and I knew right away that something was wrong. Achilles. We went straight to the hospital in Innsbruck where I got fast and great service. They concluded the achilles was torn and after 5 minutes of talking I went straight to surgery. A real injury and extremely bad timing just as the season is about to start. But now that it's happened there's not much I can do. Now it's all about looking ahead. Nobody can say 100% sure how long the recovery will take, but I'm ready for the weeks to that are coming. I'll stay in Austria for a while before I go back to Norway and discuss further rehab with the crew at the Olympic Center in Oslo. Like I said. Shit happens!

  • Shit happens. And that's exactly what's happened this time. I was out for a little run with the rest of the team in Sölden Austria. We ended the session playing around with a ball. Just holding it up in the air between us. Suddenly I felt something snap in my leg and I knew right away that something was wrong. Achilles. We went straight to the hospital in Innsbruck where I got fast and great service. They concluded the achilles was torn and after 5 minutes of talking I went straight to surgery. A real injury and extremely bad timing just as the season is about to start. But now that it's happened there's not much I can do. Now it's all about looking ahead. Nobody can say 100% sure how long the recovery will take, but I'm ready for the weeks to that are coming. I'll stay in Austria for a while before I go back to Norway and discuss further rehab with the crew at the Olympic Center in Oslo. Like I said. Shit happens!

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  • @head_ski has got a pretty sweet setup in USA. Bigger is better! #headwhatsyourlimit

  • Lett the downhill season begin! Too bad we start with technical giant slalom...