Rossignol history iconic codes champions athletes

From Emile Allais to Martin Fourcade, to Lindsey Vonn and Marielle Goitschel, Annie Famose and Alberto Tomba, the Rossignol story has always been marked by competition. Whatever the discipline – Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, biathlon, freestyle – Rossignol is consistently dedicated to developing the best possible equipment for its athletes, with an eye to performance and innovation, in order to provide them the means to achieve their dreams, to communicate and share their passion and experience their emotions to the fullest.


THE HEART OF RACING CUTS ACROSS GENERATIONS

From the starting gate to the finish line, our champions share the excitement of competition and train tirelessly each day to represent the brand at their heights of glory. So far, more than 80 Olympic champions have left their mark on Rossignol’s history with this passion and this desire to have ski fans experience great stories.

Rossignol history chamions

Crossing the finish line, experiencing the joy of winning, the disappointment of screwing up a race, hoping that the second run will be better, waiting impatiently to see the other skiers cross that red line...

Rossignol history chamions

BAND OF HEROES

The passion for competition gets passed down from generation to generation, across disciplines...A sense of team spirit in an individual sport, a different vision of racing – that’s what Rossignol hopes to inspire in its champions by bringing them together around powerful stories.

Rossignol origins history champions- 1988 -
ALBERTO TOMBA
Rossignol origins history champions- 2006 -
JULIAN MANCUSO
Rossignol origins history champions- 2017 -
STEFAN LUITZ

Crossing the finish line, experiencing the joy of winning, the disappointment of screwing up a race, hoping that the second run will be better, waiting impatiently to see the other skiers cross that red line...


SHARING EMOTIONS

Between athletes, there has always been this indescribable joy of sharing the emotions and the excitement they feel while racing, the thrill of speed, the sense of wholeness while skiing, the fire when pushing hard and the glow of victory.


Rossignol origins history championsGrenoble, 1968 Nancy Greene, Marielle Goitschel, Annie Famose Rossignol origins history championsKitzbühel, 2017 Tessa Worley, Federica Brignone, Lara Baumann, Nina Loeseth, Frida Hansdotter

The joy of sharing an Olympic podium with athletes from the same brand…


Rossignol origins history championsSalt Lake City, 2002 Raphaël Poirée, Ole Einar Bjorndalen, Ricco Gross Rossignol origins history championsPyeongchang, 2018 Simon Schempp, Marti Fourcade, Emil Hegle Svendsen

Rossignol origins history champions

SO MANY
EMOTIONS
SUSTAIN US
AND UNITE US.

Two exceptional athletes. Two different disciplines. Two major personalities in the world of winter sports. French athletes Jean-Baptiste Grange and Martin Fourcade got together to talk about what they have in common: a passion for competition and winning, as well as the pleasure of reliving everything that has thrilled and inspired them over the last few seasons.

Rossignol history iconic codes champions athletes

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