Bruno Kernen is a former Swiss downhill skier. In addition to being a world champion, he has won three world cups, one of which was at the Lauberhorn Races. After ending his professional downhill skiing career, the Lauberhorn curve, where he experienced a bad fall, was named after him. He is able to continue experiencing competitions first-hand: he currently works as a skiing cameraman for SRF (Swiss Radio and Television) at the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup in Switzerland.
“Smile and the world will smile with you.”
Born with skis on her feet: as the UK’s no. 1 alpine skier, Chemmy has taken part in the Winter Olympics four times. She fought her way back to the top after a serious fall in order to make her dream a reality: participating in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
J. & J. Steingässer
“It doesn’t matter how, we just want to be in the great outdoors, experience adventure and meet people.”
Jens (photographer/journalist) and Jana (ethnologist/writer of children’s books) are passionate about hiking and canoeing. They travel the world with their four children, showing them what nature has to offer and the effects of climate change.
Outdoor, Landscape & Travel Photographer
„To go to your physical limits - while being able to capture unique moments in nature, you can only experience in this one, perfect instant - that’s what makes my job the best job in the world" Discover stories
“Thinking of new things doesn’t cut it. You’ve got to act on them.”
Felix offers functional outdoor fitness courses under the roof of his own company Outdoor Gym in over 25 locations throughout Germany. In addition to this, Felix is well known for his work as an author of various books as well as being a TV presenter.