The 27-year-old cross-country skier came in sixth with the relay team at the Nordic World Championships in Lahti in March 2017, having previously achieved two fourth places with the relay team as the top placings at the World Cup.
At 21, the free skier from Ulm is the still quite young, but he has already achieved several top placings in the World Cup, including eighth place at the BigAir World Cup in Norway. In 2018 he became German champion in slopestyle.
Andreas Sander / Alpine Skiing
For Andreas Sander, PistenBully on his head is a must - just in time for the start of the World Cup downhill and Super-G races, the new PistenBully lettering on his helmet now functions as a lucky charm for the upcoming season.
DSV Ski Cross Trainer team
PistenBully on the heads of German SkiCross trainers. Why does it fit? In Ski Cross in particular, this very dynamic and still young Olympic discipline, the correct and safe construction of the track is the be-all and end-all. A stroke of luck if you can rely on PistenBully and SNOWsat.
The road to top-class sport starts with the little ones
PistenBully also sponsors numerous campaigns in mass sport to encourage the next generation of athletes:
The Oberallgäu Regional Team is doing outstanding work at the interface between youth development and top-class sport: talented skiers aged 12 to 14 are trained and developed here.
The PistenBully Biathlon Centre in Dornstadt near Ulm provides young athletes, including newbies and school classes, with optimal training conditions all year round on cross-country tracks, skates or ski rollers and for shooting.
The commitment fits perfectly with the motto “No computers – get out in the snow, which is part of Kässbohrer’s mission to get children interested in winter sports.