Mina Fürst Holtmann

Race

Mina Fürst Holtmann is an alpine ski racer from Norway. She started skiing at the age of two years and has been skiing ever since. She started her international career in 2010 and had her World Cup debut in 2015. Since then she competed in 49 World Cup races and achieved her first World Cup podium with a 2nd place at the World Cup GS in Courchevel (FRA) in 2019.

Facts

Date of birth
17.07.1995
Nationality
Norway
Home mountain
Kvitfjell and Kirkerudbakken
Motto
Dreams don’t work without teamwork.
Disciplines
Slalom and Giant Slalom
Hobbies
Backcountry skiing, surfing, drawing, skating, hanging out with family and friends.
Top results

>2 times 1st at the EC GS in Folgaria (ITA) 2020
> 2nd at the World Cup GS in Courchevel (FRA) 2019

9th place slalom WC Semmering 2018/19. 10th place GS WC Soldeu 2018/19. Junior World Champion Downhill 2015.

Interview

1. Favorite Marker Binding
My favorite Marker binding is the Marker Comp 20.
2. Why?
I like it because the binding is not that aggressive so the ski doesn’t turn right away, which is something that I like.
3. Why do you like being a part of the Marker team?
I like being a part of the Marker team because they have the best bindings.
4. How long have you been riding for Marker?
I have been riding for Marker since I was 10 years old.
5. What age did you start skiing? 
I started skiing when I was two years old. I really loved it so I joined a ski club when I was seven years old and have been skiing ever since.

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