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31 Victories And 6 Globes: Atomic Wins Most Races At The Alpine Ski World Cup

Austrian ski manufacturer Atomic emerged as the winningest brand of the 2022/23 season on the Alpine Ski World Cup, with 31 victories and 6 globes to its name.

The Redster team’s success was led by Mikaela Shiffrin, who won 14 of the team’s victories and set a new personal best for season points with 2206.


Shiffrin’s impressive performance earned her the big globe for the Overall World Cup, as well as globes for slalom and giant slalom races. She also continued to reset the all-time record for most WC wins and is now at 88 total victories.

Aleksander Aamodt Kilde also had a remarkable season, winning the downhill globe for the second year in a row despite breaking his hand in training before the prestigious Kitzbühel race.


Likewise, Sofia Goggia proved to be a true warrior at heart by winning a race the day after having surgery for a ruptured metacarpal in her hand. Goggia’s performance earned her the DH globe for the third year in a row.

The men’s slalom provided a thrilling end to the season, with Lucas Braathen winning his first crystal globe of his career.


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In total, 11 different athletes from the Redster team finished on the podium throughout the season, showcasing the team’s depth and talent.

Despite a season that started with the cancellation of 7 out of 8 races, Atomic’s performance on the Alpine Ski World Cup proved to be a remarkable success.