A Look Back at the Fortunes of the HEAD World Cup Rebels 2016 - 2017 Season

The 2016 - 2017 season started off with an amazing weekend in Soelden as the Rebels won both races and then ended the season with victory in the Men’s Slalom in Aspen. In between October and March, there were Globes, Golds and race wins … plus injuries.

Myhrer repeats his World Cup Finals victory in Aspen

One year after winning in St Moritz, Andre Myhrer repeats the win at Aspen in the World Cup Finals. "It means a lot," he reflects

Coralie Frasse Sombet posts best HEAD result with ninth in Aspen

Coralie Frasse Sombet produced the performance of her World Cup career to date to place ninth in the final women's race of the World Cup season. Sara Hector added another top ten to her results sheet in taking tenth place.

Holdener secures third place in Slalom standings

Wendy Holdener battled through the soft snow and salt to finish in sixth place and secure third place in the season long standings. Bernadette Schild continued her run of form with another top ten placing in ninth

Faivre back on the podium in Aspen World Cup Finals Giant Slalom

Mathieu Faivre finished odd the Giant Slalom season in style as he fought his way into third place both in the race and in the Overall Giant Slalom standings. Matts Olsson placed fifth

Theaux best placed Rebel in World Cup Finals Super G in Aspen

Adrien Theaux produced a great performance that saw him battle into fifth place from a late start number. Kjetil Jansrud is awarded the Globe for Super G

Goergl turns back the clock to place fifth in Aspen World Cup Finals

Liz Goergl produced a stunning performance to post her best result of the season with fifth place in Aspen. Christine Scheyer added to her burgeoning reputation with seventh and Elena Curtoni tenth.

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