"I was more or less born with skis on my feet and almost an entire nation expected me to save ‘Ski Germany’."
World Cup champion with historic victories
World Cupalpine ski racer and World Champion
Felix Neureuther is a German World Cup alpine ski racer. Felix was raised in Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Bavaria and is a member of the German national ski team. He has competed in eight World Championships and three Winter Olympics. Felix won a silver medal in the slalom at the 2013 World Championships and added a bronze medal in the team event. Previously, he had won a gold medal in the team event in 2005. He won bronze medals in slalom in 2015 and 2017. Felix won his first World Cup race in 2010, in the slalom in Kitzbühel, Austria. He won his only giant slalom in January 2014 in Adelboden, Switzerland, which was only the second victory by a German in a World Cup giant slalom. He ended his career on the slopes in 2019, but remains involved in skiing as a sports commentator and ski expert for a selection of German radio stations and TV channels.
My NORQAIN watch is the Freedom 60 Chrono with a black dial. I love the design and the vintage look.