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Nicole Good

Nicole Good comes from Pfäfers in Sarganserland and competes for the Sardona Pfäfers Ski Club. She competed in her first FIS races in Davos at the age of 16. At 18, she made her debut in the European Cup. She achieved her first victory in the European Cup in 2019 at the Les Diablerets combined and became junior world champion in the combined. In the same winter, she won the discipline championship of the combination in the European Cup. On 21 November 2020, she made her World Cup debut in the Levi slalom and she scored her first World Cup points in January 2022 at the Kranjska Gora slalom, finishing 23rd. In 2022 she again finished in the points in the World Cup slaloms in Levi (P 19) and Sestriere (P 20). She achieved her first slalom victory in the European Cup on 17.12.22 on the Goasleitn in Ahrntal.

Paula Moltzan

Paula Moltzan comes from Lakeville in the state of Minnesota. At the age of 16, Moltzan moved with her father to Vail, Colorado, and became a member of the ski association there. The following year, she was named to the US Ski Team. She finished the 2014/15 season in third place overall after winning three Nor-Am Cup events. In March 2015, she won the slalom gold medal at the World Junior Championships in Hafjell. Moltzan made her World Cup debut on 25 November 2012 in the Aspen slalom. Her best result in the World Cup came in 2020 with 10th place in the giant slalom in Sölden. She celebrated her first victory in the European Cup in 2022 in Ahrntal on the Goasleitn.


Chiara Mair comes from Götzens near Innsbruck and competes for the local ski club. After competing against top young athletes in junior races like the Trofeo Topolino as a child, a period marked by injuries began for her. She made her European Cup debut in January 2015, where she was able to establish herself with several podium finishes over the years. In the World Cup, Chriara competed for the first time in the Flachau Giant Slalom and has already finished in the top 10 6 times. She celebrated her first European Cup victory here on the Goasleitn.


Elsa Fermbäck grew up in the village of Vemhån in Härjedalen municipality and competed in her first FIS races at 16. She made her European Cup debut in the Trysil Giant Slalom in December 2016 and competed in the World Cup for the first time in Levi in November 2018. Her first European Cup victory came in January 2021 in the Vaujany slalom. In the World Cup, her best result so far was 14th place in the slalom in Åre in March 2021.


Lara Della Mea was born in 1999 in Tarvisio, Italy. She competed in her first FIS races at the age of 16. In 2017, she won the bronze medal in the slalom at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Erzurum and achieved tenth place in the giant slalom at her first Junior World Championship in Åre. In 2018, Lara made her World Cup debut in Sölden (giant slalom). A year later, she won the bronze medal with the Italian team at the World Cup in Åre. In 2020, Lara won the first Europa Cup slalom race on the Goasleitn piste in Ahrntal and the silver medal in the second race.


Martina Dubovská was born in 1992 in Třinec, in the former Czech and Slovak Federative Republic. A multiple Czech Champion title winner and World Cup participant, she started competing at the age of 15 and soon celebrated her first victories in Australia. In 2013, she won the slalom bronze medal at the Universiade in Pozza di Fassa. So far, Martina has participated in two Winter Olympics: Sotchi in 2014 (22nd place in the slalom) and Pyeongchang in 2018 (9th in the team race, 29th place in the slalom). In the World Cup races, she scored four placements in the top ten. On the occasion of her 54th Europa Cup race on the Goasleitn in Ahrntal, she won the second slalom race.