Successful weekend for F2 teamriders at the FIS Parallel Slalom Euro Cup in Ratschings, Italy.
Ramona Hofmeister achieved 1st and 4th place, Gloria Kotnik 3rd and 9th place and Daniel Weis 6th and 10th place.
Daniel thereby reached 2nd place and Ramona Hofmeister 9th place in the overall EC ranking.
Congratulations to all!
2014-03-12 // World Carving Session 2014
From 14th to 16th of March the WORLD CARVING SESSION will again take place in Silvretta Montafon, Austria.
The international meeting place is an excellent platform for meeting and talking to every kind of carver, to get some tips and tricks from professionals, to test the newest hardware and last but not least to have some fun with like-minded people.
F2 will be there, too. So come, talk to us and test our brand-new stuff!
2014-03-10 // Two 1st places for Gloria Kotnik
After achieving 2 gold medals on two days of the Slovenian Parallel Giant Slalom and Parallel Slalom on the 4th and 5th of March, last weekend 24-year-old Gloria Kotnik struck again by reaching 1st place on both days of the FIS Race - Ladies' Parallel Slalom in Tauplitz, Austria.
Just WOW and congratulations, Gloria!
Other F2 teamriders, who also participated at both days of the FIS Race in Tauplitz, achieved the following results:
Ramona Hofmeister: 5th and 7th place
Melanie Hochreiter: 2x 13th place
Carolin Langenhorst: 15th and 16th place
Daniel Weis: 5th and 10th place
Christian Hupfauer: 16th and 17th place
2014-02-18 // Congratulations
Congratulations to Anke Karstens (2nd) and Amelie Kober (3rd) for winning Olympic medals in the Ladies' Parallel Slalom competition!
Further congratulations and much respect to our F2 teamriders Gloria Kotnik (23rd), Selina Joerg (11th) and Isabella Laböck (10th) for showing some good fights and being part of the Winter Olympics 2014!
2014-02-18 // 10th at Winter Olympics 2014
Although 24-year-old Hanno Douschan from Austria was disqualified because of an unlucky fall, he today achieved 10th place in the overall ranking of the Snowboardcross discipline at the Winter Olympics.
We consider this to be an excellent result!
Good job, Hanno!
2014-02-17 // Double success for Daniel Weis
Last weekend (15th, 16th February) F2 teamrider Daniel Weis achieved a great double success at the Parallel Slalom Eurocup in Lenzerheide, Switzerland. 2nd place on Saturday and 3rd place on Sunday.
2014-02-03 // Technical seminar for alpine snowboarding
At the beginning of January Mathieu Bozzetto, F2’s figurehead and one of the best snowboarders in French history, visited our Korean friends and partners of Highland Sports to give a technical seminar for alpine snowboarding, slalom training and a lot more.
50 Korean Alpine riders took part in this event. Bozzetto was supported by William Kim and Seoyeong Cho – both from the Korean F2 team.
2014-01-14 // Isabella Laboeck purchased her ticket for Sochi
By achieving 6th place in Bad Gastein (Austria) on January 12th, 27-year-old Isabella “Bella” Laboeck purchased her ticket for the upcoming Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
Since January 3rd the lovely sportswoman from Prien, Germany, switched to F2. Now Selina Joerg, who reached 5th place in Bad Gastein, Gloria Kotnik and Bella are hopefully candidates for winning an Olympic medal for F2.
Good luck and welcome to the team, Bella!
2013-12-23 // Triple triumph for the F2 Rookies!
At the first Alpe Adria Cup of the season the Rookies of the F2 Team could sovereignly bring home a victory.
In bright sunshine in St.Ulrich ITA F2 teamrider Elias Huber won the second of the two carried out giant slalom.
2013-12-22 // Melanie Hochreiter achieved 2nd place
17-year-old Melanie Hochreiter from Bischofswiesen, Germany, achieved 2nd place at the European PSL Cup in Lachtal, Austria.
Good job, Melanie!
2013-12-22 // 24-year-old Hanno Douschan from Austria strikes again!
By reaching 8th place at the snowboardcross World Cup in Lake Louis, Canada, he achieved his career's yet best result.
We are pretty sure that there is soon more to come.
(picture taken by John Entwistle - entwistlephoto.com)
2013-12-14 //F2 YOUNGSTERS' DOUBLE STRIKE!
At the FIS Ladies' Parallel Slalom last weekend in Samnaun, Switzerland, Carolin Langenhorst and Melanie Hochreiter achieved top scores. Melanie got the 2nd place on Saturday and Carolin reached her first FIS victory by winning 1st place on Sunday. Both 17-year-old girls from Bischofswiesen, Germany, are riding the new F2 Speedster Proto.
2013-12-14 //Selina Joerg achieved 3rd place!
By showing her skills and the excellent characteristics of the new F2 Speedster Proto, 25-year-old Selina Joerg from Sonthofen, Germany, achieved 3rd place at the Parallel Slalom discipline of the FIS Snowboard Worldcup in Carezza, Italy, last Saturday.
She didn’t only reach the second best result of her Worldcup career, but has also been the first female German snowboarder to purchase the ticket for the upcoming Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
What a great success!
2013-12-12 //Hanno Douschan from Austria achieved gold medal!
24-year-old Hanno Douschan from Austria achieved gold medal at the snowboardcross discipline at the 26th Winter-Universiade in Trentino, Italy, with his brandnew F2 Eliminator Proto. Well done, Hanno!
2013-11-07 //Kloria Kotnik achieved some great successes
At the beginning of November 24-year-old F2 teamrider Kloria Kotnik from Slovenia achieved some great successes. She reached the 1st place (7th of Nov.) and the 3rd place (8th of Nov.) at the first FIS race of the year in Landgraaf, Netherlands.
2013-08-23 // Selina Joerg ready for Sochi 2014!
25-year-old Selina Joerg from Sonthofen, Germany, puts the finishing touches on her preparation for the Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
After the tests running very well in the past weeks, the Olympic 4th of Vancouver 2010 decided to start the Olympic season with the boards of the new F2 Proto line.
She proudly received her new race boards from F2 team manager Christian Veit in the National Performance-Centre for Ice Hockey (BLZ) in Fuessen, Germany.
Let’s welcome Selina warmly and keep all fingers crossed for her success in Sochi!