Closer Look: Madshus Redline 3.0 Skis

Closer Look: Madshus Redline 3.0 Skis

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[caption id="attachment_14512" align="alignnone" width="1920"] Per Wiik, marketing manager at Madshus, presents Norwegian company's latest racing skis, Redline 3.0 [/caption] [caption id="attachment_14513" align="alignnone" width="1920"] Redline 3.0 Skate will come in two flavors: stiffer F2 ( left on this photo) for hard-packed snow and F3 ( right) that is for everything else. The latter one has much shorter "race groove"[/caption] [caption id="attachment_14514" align="alignnone" width="1920"] Wiik describes 3.0s as "being more dynamic" compared to predecessor. That is achieved through increasing the amount of carbon-fiber sheets throughout the length of the ski. Also note new design/colors that are quite reminiscent of Madshus of old [/caption] [caption id="attachment_14510" align="alignnone" width="1920"] Classic Redline 3.0 will come in Cold and Warm iterations [/caption] [caption id="attachment_14515" align="alignnone" width="1920"] And - last but not the least - Madshus is…
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SPONSORED CONTENT: Spine Sports Presents Breakthrough Classic Boots

SPONSORED CONTENT: Spine Sports Presents Breakthrough Classic Boots

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PRESS-RELEASE by Spine Sports Yaroslavl, Russian Federation January 23, 2020. Spine Sports is proud to present a unique product at the ISPO-2020 exhibition that is opening in Munich next week: The Ultimate Classic Integral features an entirely new approach to the design & production of top racing boots for cross country skiing. Instead of the hitherto common " sandwich" arrangement where several elements are glued or screwed together to form a boot sole, the Ultimate Classic Integral features a breakthrough construction where a metal bar, a key element of all NNN-compatible boots, is integrated into the actual platform. The new platform is produced utilizing a brand-new technology of heat multi-component molding developed in-house by Spine Sports. Says Dmitry Vargin, Spine Sports founder & CEO: " The creation of the new…
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Justyna Kowalczyk – In Her Own Words

Justyna Kowalczyk – In Her Own Words

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Hard to overestimate the role Justyna Kowalczyk played for the sport of cross country skiing this century. Fantastic results on the tracks made it clear that talented and committed athlete even from non-skiing nation could win, repeatedly and convincigly. Justyna's openness and polite directness made her a true household name in Poland and well beyond that. With the athletes of the statute and the recognition of Ms.Kowalczyk it is common to retire with a directorship on the board of some large corporation, to land a lucrative contract on television and to sell the book rights. In other words - to exploit well-deserved fame Yet Justyna Kowalczyk is still on the ski tracks, in remote training camps, freezing by the side watching "her girls", the group she and her coach Alexander…
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Welcome To Dresden Weltcup. It’s Not Your Grandpa Skiing, It’s Different!

Welcome To Dresden Weltcup. It’s Not Your Grandpa Skiing, It’s Different!

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If you are a traditional fan of skiing, who's imagination keeps on conjuring up all those images of snowy forests through which skiers glide, with vapor coming out of their mouths as they brave frosty remote-land - you won't like the Dresden World Cup. In fact, you probably would not be reading this as you have made up your mind already. Dresden Weltcup is for an entirely different type of ski fan. Do we dare to call it "generationally different"? Here's how: [caption id="attachment_14340" align="alignnone" width="1920"] No real snow? True - Europe is like that in the XXI century. But the Dresden organizers emphasize that their farmed snow is made out of rainwater carefully collected off the Dresden's airport roof. Hear that, Greta? [/caption] [caption id="attachment_14342" align="alignnone" width="1920"] No mountains…
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Yulia Belorukova Becomes Mother! She’s First To Do So In Russian Team

Yulia Belorukova Becomes Mother! She’s First To Do So In Russian Team

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Yulia Belorukova just became a mother of boy happy parents named Arseniy! In her Instagram post announcing the news she's calling the baby " Our Christmas angel". As all remember, the Russian Orthdox Church celebrates Christmas on January 7th. https://www.instagram.com/p/B7BMU0fKiSl/ Belorukova, 24, has been dating her husband-to-be, then Team Russia skier Nikita Stupak for 6 years. In interview with with The Dailyskier last summer Yulia called Nikita, "quite simply, the most important person in my life" Belorukova, who won two bronze medals at the Pyeongchang Olympics, will most probably become the first baby mother on the international circuit this season - in our conversation Yulia hid no desire of coming back to competitive skiing as soon as reasonable. Will Yulia and baby Arseniy also become users of the so-called "baby…
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