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Alpine skiing: Women’s chair Christian Mitter leaves ÖSV – winter sports – alpine skiing

After the end of the season, Christian Mitter will no longer be available to the Austrian Ski Association as race director for women’s alpine skiing.

Styria’s contract expires at the end of April, and there will be no extension on his part, Mitter told APA on Thursday.

He wants to re-orient himself and has many international shows.

“It has been a very exciting three years, with many great successes, but now is the time to start new heights. I would like to thank the federation, the athletes, coaches, supervisors and service people for their good cooperation and confidence and I am looking forward to new challenges,” Mitter said.

Restructuring in ÖSV continues

Mitter was introduced as the new ÖSV women’s sporting director in April 2019. Prior to that he had been working in Norway for many years, including as head coach of the men’s national team.

Mitter will remain present at the rest of this season’s World Cup Finals at Lenzerheide, Arie and Méribel/Courchevel.

Restructuring at ÖSV is continuing. It was only on Wednesday that it was announced that Herbert Mandel, the former long-time coach of ÖSV women, From 1 May the overall responsibility in the Alpine region will receive.

With the 2025 World Championships in mind at Saalbach he must build a strong team to be the direct supervisor of the responsible race directors for women and men.

Text source: APA ©

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