The consecration of Liensberger, 11 medals for the #BANDOFHEROES
Cortina d'Ampezzo World Championships are over and Team Rossignol came back from Italy with 11 individual medals and 2 by team.
Hero of these World Championships, Katharina Liensberger won 3 medals including 2 World Champion titles in Parallel and Slalom, then bronze in Giant.
Currently leading the Alpine Skiing World Cup, Petra Vlhova became vice-world champion in Combined and Slalom.
Loïc Meillard returns to Switzerland with two bronze medals in Parallel and Alpine Combined.
Congratulations also to Kira Weidle for her title of Downhill vice-champion as well as to Tessa Worley for bronze in Parallel, to Michelle Gisin in bronze also during the Alpine Combined and to Henrik Kristoffersen who closes these World Championships with the 3rd place in Slalom.
Stéphane Mougin, Racing Director of the Rossignol Group: "Overall, these are successful World Championships, it's a whole set of medals. We will of course remember the 3 medals of Katharina Liensberger, she was fantastic. Just a little disappointment with the Men's Giant Slalom where we didn't bring back any medals despite having a lot of chances at the start! "
In Team event, Norway won gold with our two heroes Thea Stjernesund & Kristina Riis-Johannessen and Germany, the Bronze with Stefan Luitz & Linus Strasser.
Bravo to our heroes and see you in Courchevel-Méribel in 2023 for the next World Championships!
Listen to the fourth episode of Audio Heroes with Katharina Liensberger: