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Sponsorships

Icepeak is in co-operation with several top athletes around the world.

Finnish national hockey team

The Finns are passionate about icehockey and Finnish National Hockey team – Leijonat – is national pride and joy. Finland is considered a member of the “Big Six “, along with Canada , Russia, the USA , Sweden, and the Czech Republic. At the 2011 IIHF World Championship, Finland won a gold medal, beating Sweden in the final by a score of 6–1.

Read more about Leijonat: leijonat.fi

Norwegian national skicross team

Ski Cross is a type of skiing competition. Despite it being a timed racing event, it is often considered part of freestyle skiing because it incorporates terrain features traditionally found in freestyle. In a time trial or qualification round, every competitor skis down the course, which is built to encompass both naturally occurring terrain and artificial features like jumps, rollers, banks — whatever the course builder can imagine.

Finnish national skijumping team

Ski jumping is a sport in which skiers go down a take-off ramp, jump and attempt to land as far as possible down the hill below. In addition to the length of the jump, judges give points for style. Ski jumping is a part of the Winter Olympic Games. Ski jumping is popular among spectators and TV audiences in Scandinavia and Central Europe.

FDJ - French cycling team

FDJ wins 2015:

1st Stage 2a Circuit de la Sarthe -  Anthony Roux
1st La Roue Tourangelle Région Centre - Trophée Harmonie Mutuelle - Lorrenzo Manzin
1st Tro Bro Léon, Alexandre Geniez1st Stage 5 Tour de Romandie -  Thibaut Pinot
1st Stages 2 & 3 Baloise Belgium Tour - Arnaud Démare

Martin Prokop

Martin Prokop (born 4 October 1982 in Jihlava) is a Czech rally driver.

Born: 04.10.1982
Residence: Praha, Jihlava
Hobbies: travel, tennis, skiing
Rally debut: 2001 Rally Vysočina
WRC debut: 2005 Rallye Monte Carlo
 
Biggest success:
2012 - Rally Argentina 4th place general
2009 - Junior World Rally Champion
2009 - 2nd place Production World Rally Chanpionchip

http://www.martinprokop.com/

CAROLE MONTILLET

Born in Grenoble , Isère, she was a member of the Villard-de-Lans ski club near Grenoble. In 1994 and 1998, finished 14th in the Super-G at the Winter Olympics at Lillehammer and Nagano respectively. In January 2002 Carole MONTILLET was chosen by by the French National Olympic committee to be the flag bearer for the 2002 Winter Olympics at Salt Lake City. Her victory in the downhill ski event at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City was her first major triumph and the first time in the history for a women French athlete. The year after, she won the super-G general world cup in 2003. Her achievements were more remarkable because she has suffered multiple serious injuries early in her career, such as torn knee ligaments. On 13 February 2006, while training for the downhill race at the 2006 Winter Olympics, Carole Montillet crashed and was evacuated by helicopter to a nearly hospital. She suffered rib, back and facial injuries, but she decided to compete in the downhill race and eventually finished in 28th position. Several racers had complained that the downhill course was too easy, and Olympic organizers had made several changes to it. She finished in 5th place in the Super-G five days later.

Alternative Jumps Team

Alternative Jumps Team does whatever is fast, fun and gives an Alternative adrenaline rush. Team is gathered from the best Finnish Extreme Athletes. Sports that they do are BASE jumping, Skydiving, Wingsuiting, Speed Riding, but they actually don’t have any limits what they do. Some of the things that they do, don’t even have name yet. Main goal of the team is to entertain themselves and also people interested of watching extreme sports. It’s all about having fun in the Air with Icepeak.

www.alternativejumps.com

Planica ski jumping world cup

Icepeak sponsors Planica Ski Jumping World Cup. 2015 many ski flying fans made their way to Planica to see the best ski flyers of the world in action and they really did that!  Many of them were hoping for a good performance of the Slovenian team and their hopes were fulfilled: Slovenia won a ski flying team event in front of its home crowd. Prevc also won the individual event. Icepeak sponsored the event and got a great visibility both at Planica and on TV.