Born in Aix-les-Bains, France, Victor Muffat-Jeandet has had a passion for sports from a very young age. He tried his hand at many different ones before deciding to dedicate himself fully to alpine skiing. He made his World Cup debut in February 2009 in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, and slowly made a name for himself in slalom, giant slalom, and the combined. He achieved his first podium in 2015 with a runner-up finish in the super combined in Wengen, the same place where he would claim his first-ever World Cup victory in the same discipline three years later. The 2017/18 season was a breakthrough one for him as after claiming his first World Cup victory in January, he went on to win an Olympic bronze medal at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 a month later. His hobbies are reading, computers, traveling, mountain biking, wakeboarding, and surfing. He describes himself as a rigorous perfectionist who likes work well done and who is very demanding with himself.

Stan Rey has taken his technical background in ski racing and ski cross to the Whistler backcountry, where he now enjoys chasing powder and busting backies off any drop you care to point out to him. Stan now spends his winters filming for BLANK and Salomon Freeski TV. He skis fast, sends hard, and is dedicated to spreading his new religious movement: #backysunday.

Swiss freestyle skier Nico Vuignier is no stranger to competitions like Red Bull’s Line Catcher (which he won in 2015) and the Freeride World Tour. With a creative eye Nico views the mountains differently, stretching our imaginations with his clever, mind-bending edits.

A skier since the age of two, Marta Bassino showcased her smashing talent on the snow from day one. After winning the Trofeo Topolino, the unofficial World Championships for young skiers, she went on to win a gold medal at the 2014 Junior World Championships. The same year she debuted in the World Cup and was instantly regarded as one of the most outstanding giant slalom skiers of her generation. She competes in all disciplines, but her strongest one is the giant slalom. She dominated the 2020/2021 season, winning four of the first five giant slalom races on the calendar, and finishing on the podium in the sixth one – a third place in the home event in Kronplatz, Italy. The outstanding series made her clinch the women’s World Cup crystal globe in the discipline and she took home a gold medal in the Parallel event at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina d’ Ampezzo, Italy.

After received his first pair of skis at the age of two, life was never the same for Italian giant slalom specialist Luca de Aliprandini. Within a year he considered himself already a proper skier and over time he earned a spot among the best giant slalom skiers in the world. After participating in the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi 2014, he suffered an injury to his left knee and was forced to miss the following season. In 2017 a head injury prevented him from participating in the World Championships in St. Moritz. Four years later, his patience and hard work finally paid off big time as he made a childhood dream come true by winning a silver medal in the giant slalom race at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina d’ Ampezzo in 2021. When he is not chasing perfect turns on snow, Luca is a passionate motocross rider and loves to spend his time in the mountains and surrounded by nature.

Swedish freeskiing legend Kaj Zackrisson started skiing at the age of three. After competing in alpine skiing events as a kid, he won an X Games ski cross event in 2003 and has since participated in and won many freeride competitions, including the Verbier Xtreme on three occasions. “I ski therefore I am. Live a little!”