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Carlo Janka


Carlo Janka is a Swiss legend on the World Cup circuit. His resumé is impressive having won a gold medal in Giant Slalom at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and then went onto win the overall title in 2010. Facing a lot of adversity throughout the duration of his career, Janka has endured the tough times through his passion for the mountains.

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Carlo's Quiver

“Skiing was always a dream of mine and now it is amazing that the hillside in my hometown Obersaxen (SUI) is named after me. I skied there as a child and it still has a magical feeling. I have been able to celebrate many successes in my career along with coping with some setbacks, but still skiing is and remains my dream, my life!”

A Q&A With Carlo Janka

What about the products are you most psyched on and how do they help you?

I am most excited for the STUPEFY goggles. I really like the size of the field of view. They help me enormously with orientation on the slope.

What's the perfect day of shredding to you?

A perfect shredding day for me is a sunny beautiful day where I can arc some turns in the powder or a freshly groomed slope.

Gnarliest or scariest experience riding?

One of the scariest rides was at the 2011 world championship Super-G in Garmisch. I was so weak due to my cardiac arrhythmias that it was just the matter of my own safety to cross the finish. The snow was incredibly icy that day, so it required an enormous amount of power to overcome and I ended up narrowly avoiding a crash.