The ALPINA racing team gives our products all the challenges they need, the perfect movements they aspire to, and the winning spirit they were made for. The winners of world cups, Olympic winners, world championship winners, and the new generation of up-and-coming skiers and racers: they all trust that ALPINA will be there to make their desires, aspirations, and dreams come true. Champions simply know that ALPINA’s tough, bold, and just as determined as they are.




  • Lukas Bauer (CZE)
  • Evgeniy Belov (RUS)
  • Eirik Brandsdal (NOR)
  • Giorgio Di Centa (ITA)
  • Niclas Dyrhaug (NOR)
  • Anders Gloeersen (NOR)
  • Finn Haagen Krogh (NOR)
  • Marcus Hellner (SWE)
  • Petter Northug (NOR)
  • Ville Nousiainen (FIN)
  • Johan Olsson (SWE)
  • Tim Tscharnke (GER)
  • Maxim Vylegzhanin (RUS)
RUS Alexander Bessmertnykh   GER Jonas Dobler
RUS Dmitry Japarov   CAN Devon Kershaw
SUI Linard Kindschi   CZE Petr Knop
JAP Yuki Kobayashi   EST Peeter Kummel
RUS Artem Maltsev   USA Andrew Newell
GER Florian Notz   KAZ Aleksey Poltoranin
SUI Ueli Schneider   RUS Ilia Semikov
ITA Simon Urbani   GER Thomas Wick
CHN Sun Qinghai  


  • Stefanie Boehler (GER)
  • Alenka Čebašek (SLO)
  • Vesna Fabjan (SLO)
  • Hanna Falk (SWE)
  • Nicole Fessel (GER)
  • Ragnhild Haga (NOR)
  • Charlotte Kalla (SWE)
  • Justina Kovalzcyk (POL)
  • Natalia Matveeva (RUS)
  • Stina Nilsson (SWE)
  • Mona-Lisa Malvalehto (FIN)
  • Maria Rydqvist (SWE)
  • Evgenia Shapovalova (RUS)
  • Katerina Smutna (CZE)
  • Gaia Vuerich (ITA)
  • Emma Wiken (SWE)
ITA Ilaria Debertolis   RUS Anastasia Dotsenko
SWE Sofia Henriksson   RUS Polina Kalsina
SWE Sara Lindborg   SLO Nika Razinger
RUS Yulia Romanova   CZE Sandra Schutzova
SWE Jonna Sundling   BLR Yulia Tikhonova
CZE Eva Vrabcova Nyvltova   RUS Natalia Zhukova
SUI Fabiana Wieser  



  • Ted Armgren (SWE)
  • Klemen Bauer (SLO)
  • Erland Bjoentegaard (NOR)
  • Thomas Bormolini (ITA)
  • Jakov Fak (SLO)
  • Dominik Landertinger (AUT)
  • Timofey Lapshin (RUS)
  • Ondrej Moravec (CZE)
  • Serhiy Semenov (UKR)
  • Torstein Stenersen (SWE)
  • Alexey Volkov (RUS)
  • Benjamin Weger (SUI)
CZE Jan Burian   SWE Peppe Fleming
CZE Ondrej Hosek   UKR Vitali Kilchytskyy
SVK Michal Kubaliak   RUS Nikolai Mateev
POL Krzystof Plywaczyk   KAZ Yan Savitsky
CZE Adam Vaclavik   CZE Tomas Vojik
UKR Oleksander Zhyrny  


  • Olga Abramova (UKR)
  • Mona Brorsson (SWE)
  • Lucie Charvatova (CZE)
  • Nastassia Dubarezava (BLR)
  • Teja Gregorin (SLO)
  • Krystyna Guzik (POL)
  • Monika Hojnisz (POL)
  • Iryna Kryuko (BEL)
  • Weronika Nowakovska-Ziemniak (POL)
  • Gabriela Soukalova (CZE)
  • Darya Usanova (KAZ)
  • Darya Vyroleinen (RUS)
UKR Iana Bondar   SLO Anja Eržen
POL Magdalena Gwizdon   ITA Irene Lardschneider
RUS Anna Nikulina   SWE Emma Nilsson
SWE Linn Persson   KAZ Alina Raikova
RUS Svetlana Sleptsova   RUS Valentina Teletsyna
SUI Flurina Volken   RUS Anastasia Zagoruiko


Results Winter Olympic games, Sochi 2014

Cross country skiing

3 Heidi WENG NOR Skiatlon 7,5 km
9. Emma WIKEN SWE Skiatlon 7,5 km
2. Marcus HELLNER SWE Skiatlon men 7,5 km
4. Maxim VILEGZHANIN RUS Skiatlon men 7,5 km
8. Johannes DUERR AUT Skiatlon men 7,5 km
4. Anders GLOEERSEN NOR Sprint men
6. Marcus HELLNER SWE Sprint men
9. Erik BRANDSDALL NOR Sprint men
2. Ingvid Flugstag OESTBERG NOR Sprint women
3. Vesna FABJAN SLO Sprint women
7. Gaia VUERICH ITA Sprint women
8. Denise HERMANN GER Sprint women
10. Stina NILSSON SWE Sprint women
6. Stefanie BOEHLEr GER Women 10 km
9. Heidi WENG NOR Women 10 km
2. Johan OLSSON SWE men 15 km classic
1. Emma WIKEN SWE women relay 4*5km
3. Denise HERRMANN GER women relay 4*5 km
3. Nicole FESSEL GER women relay 4*5km
3. Stefanie BOEHLER GER women relay 4*5km1.
1. Marcus HELLNER SWE men relay 4*10 km
1. Johan OLSSON SWE men relay 4*10 km
2. Maxim VILEGZHANIN RUS men relay 4*10 km
2.  Alexander BESSMERTNYKH RUS men raley 4*10 km
2. Dmitriy JAPAROV RUS men relay 4*10 km
1. Ingvild Flugstad OESTBERG NOR women team sprint
3. Stina NILSSON SWE women team sprint
2. Maxim VILEGZHANIN RUS men team sprint
2. Maxim VILEGZHANIN RUS 50 km classic
5. Eva VRABCOVA CZE women 30 km
8. Emma WIKEN  SWE women 30 km

More results XC



2. Dominik LANDERTINGER AUT men sprint 10 km

Nordic combine

1. Joergen GRAABAK NOR individual gundersen 15 km
1. Joergen GRAABAK NOR team gundersen 4*5 km
1. Havard KLEMETSEN NOR team gundersen 4*5 km
1. Mangus KROG NOR team gundersen 4*5 km
3. Magnus KROG NOR individual gundersen 10 km




NEWS: Charlotte Kalla has chosen Alpina ski boots.

Last winter Charlotte Kalla won 1 gold and 2 silver medals at the Olympic winter games in Sochi. In the hunt for new medals Kalla has chosen to change ski boots to Alpina.

-          After several tests the decision feels totally right. Alpinas boot is very light weight and it fits my foot perfect. The most important thing for me has been to find a great feeling Charlotte says.

Right after the season finale in Falun at the 16th of March, when most of the other athletes took a couple of weeks off, Charlotte Kalla started to test the new boots from Alpina.

-          As long as it was snow in the Sundsvall area I was testing there. After that I went to Riksgränsen and then to Sognefjell in Norway. I made the decision that I was going to test boots without any preconditions, not talk to anybody. You spend a lot of time in your ski boots so it was an important decision. It was quite an enduring exercise but after all the decision feels great. When you’re on the skis it almost feels like you don’t have any boots on and it works perfect with the binding system. I could have done a couple of more tests but I wanted to have it all done before we’re back on snow again for the next season Charlotte says.

Charlotte Kalla, who turns 27 on the 22th of July, can look back on her best season ever. She has developed big time in the classic discipline and won a silver medal on the 10k at the Olympics in Sochi. Even at the skiathlon she won the silver medal but the biggest achievement was in the 5k x 4 relay. Kalla likes to chase, but this time she was going to make up almost 26 seconds to Finland (Krista Lähteenmäki) and Germany (Denise Herrman). We all remember how it went. Kalla chased’em down and crossed the finish line as number one.

-          It was fantastic, a WOW-sort of season where almost all pieces fell in the right place. It’s a wonderful feeling when you’ve put in a lot of work and then it pays off. When I meet people today it’s the relay they remember the most..and so do I, she says and laugh.

When we made the interview Charlotte just came back from a long distance workout. She started with two hours of roller skiing. Then a quick change to her running shoes and she continued with two hours of running in the mountains.

-          We started at 8 o’clock but it was hot already. It was a backbreaking work out but afterwards it’s feels great. The offseason training has turned out well so far.

Last Monday Charlotte, along with the other girls in the relay-team, (Emma Wikén, Ida Ingemarsdotter, Anna Haag) entered the stage in Borgholm to receive the Victoria Award. It was the second time (first in 2010) Charlotte received the award from the Swedish princess Victoria.

Up next are a couple of ordinary training weeks for Charlotte before the national team gathers together for the first training camp of the season in Torsby Ski tunnel(7th-15th of August). In September the team goes to Ramsau for the first “real” training camp on snow. For Charlotte Kalla the big goal for next season is the World Championship in Falun (18/2-1/3). – It’s going to be good fun!

With a brand new Alpina boot on her feet.

Other skiers in the Swedish A-team using Alpina; Marcus Hellner, Anton Lindblad, Johan Olsson, Hanna Eriksson, Sara Lindborg, Stina Nilsson and Emma Wikén