Swiss Team Gears Up For 2025 World Championships Season

As the new season approaches, national teams are unveiling their rosters, and the Swiss Team stands out as one of the strongest in snowboarding, freestyle, and freeskiing. Known for their exceptional performances, the Swiss athletes are gearing up for what promises to be an exciting 2024/25 World Cup season, culminating in the home Engadin 2025 Snowboard, Freestyle, and Freeski World Championships.

Previous Season's Highlights

The 2023/24 season saw the Swiss Team achieving remarkable success across various disciplines. In snowboarding, the team secured one victory and a total of eight top-three finishes. The freestyle and freeski athletes excelled even further, with ten victories and 37 top-three finishes in the World Cup season.

Notable stars included:

  • Mathilde Gremaud: Winner of the slopestyle globe, big air, and the overall freeski park & pipe globe.
  • Pirmin Werner: Runner-up in aerials.
  • Alex Fiva: Third place in ski cross.
  • Andri Ragettli: Second place in big air and third in slopestyle.

The Swiss team also shone in the Telemark World Cup, with six wins and a total of ten top-three finishes.

Strong Squad for 2024/25 Season

Building on last season's achievements, the Swiss Team is entering the 2024/25 season with a formidable lineup. All top performers from the previous season are returning, ready to make a strong impact in the World Cup and the upcoming World Championships.

The team includes 36 athletes with national team status, distributed across various disciplines:

  • Snowboard Freestyle: Ariane Burri, David Hablützel, Nicolas Huber, Jan Scherrer, Berenice Wicki
  • Snowboard Alpine: Dario Caviezel, Ladina Jenny, Jessica Keiser, Julie Zogg
  • Snowboard Cross: Sophie Hediger, Kalle Koblet, Sina Siegenthaler
  • Ski Cross: Tobias Baur, Sixtine Cousin, Romain Détraz, Margaux Dumont, Alex Fiva, Talina Gantenbein, Saskja Lack, Jonas Lenherr, Ryan Regez, Fanny Smith
  • Freeski: Fabian Bösch, Mathilde Gremaud, Kim Gubser, Sarah Höfflin, Andri Ragettli, Giulia Tanno
  • Aerials: Noé Roth, Pirmin Werner
  • Telemark: Romain Beney, Léa Lathion, Nicolas Michel, Alexi Mosset, Maxime Mosset, Martina Wyss

Expanding the Talent Pool

In addition to the national team, 13 athletes have newly received squad status from Swiss-Ski for the 2024/25 season. A total of 124 athletes have been granted squad status across the disciplines of snowboard, skicross, freeski, aerials, moguls, and telemark.

With a robust roster and a track record of excellence, the Swiss Team is poised to dominate the 2024/25 season, aiming for top performances in the World Cup and a standout showing at the Engadin 2025 World Championships. Fans and competitors alike are eagerly anticipating the thrilling competitions to come.

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