In just over a month, alpine skiing will begin a new World Cup season. Before that, former ÖSV party leader Peter Schrocksnadel launched another strong strike against FIS leader Johan Elias. The reason: The World Federation attacks Red Bull and wants to ban widespread advertising on helmets, including those of star Marco Odermatt. According to Eliash, the size of the regulated logo at Red Bull has been exceeded.
Now Schröcksnadel has spoken publicly in this regard: “If Eliasch Red Bull bans helmet painting in the brand’s colours, it will have to do exactly the same with other sponsors. This could in turn lead to such sponsors withdrawing,” the Austrian told the Swiss “Blick”. complete. “So skiing is in danger of being an absolute disaster.”
Overall Ski World Cup winner Elias informed Odermatt in a letter weeks ago that his head protection would not be suitable for the slopes. Accordingly, the Islamic Salvation Front requires that the company logo on the helmet must not exceed 50 square centimeters. As is known, Red Bull helmets are completely painted in the company’s colors. The same also applies to the pink Manner helmet that Stefan Kraft has used to jump from victory to victory for years. The topic is likely to remain hot.
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