Elan Skis dominates the Ski Cross Season 2021-22

Elan Ski Cross Team presented incredible racing season by earning 27 collective podium appearances, two Olympic medals and the Crystal Globe in the overall FIS Ski Cross  World Cup.

Elan Skis, handcrafted skis made in the Slovenian Alps for almost 80 years, reflects on one of the most successful Ski Cross seasons in Elan history, proving the brands’ athletes are the best in the world. The FIS 2021/22 World Cup Ski Cross season took place across nine locations with a total of twelve races for both men and women. The battle for the ultimate “Crystal Globe” started in China and ended in Switzerland, with Elan athlete, Ryan Regez from Switzerland earning the two biggest titles of the season, taking home the Olympic gold medal and the Crystal Globe as the overall FIS World Cup winner.

Throughout the season, the Elan team continued to show up to the races with exciting racing performances. As a nine person team, together, the Elan Team earned 27 collective podium appearances. In addition to the World Cup accolades, Elan athletes also added an Olympic Gold Medal  (Regez) and Olympic Bronze medal (Sergey Ridzik) to the list of honors. 

“What a season, what results” says Elan Racing Team Manager, Blaž Lazar. “I would like to thank and congratulate all the Elan athletes for their amazing results. I am really happy for our team. Hard work and dedication always pays off. Here at Elan, we will keep pushing ourselves to support our athletes with the best products, support and service. And of course, always good times!”

Ski Cross is the most interesting and engaging discipline in skiing, in many aspects. There are jumps, speed turns, overtakes and tactical tricks, but there is much more to the sport than that. The Elan athletes are the true stars here and Elan is proud to support their honest commitment and facinating results.

FIS World Cup Ski Cross – Elan poduims 2021/22

1st place: 9 times

2nd place: 10 times

3rd place: 8 times

FIS World Cup Ski Cross – Elan athletes overall results 2021/22


1st: Ryan Regez (SUI)

2nd: Terence Tchiknavorian (FRA)

4th: David Mobärg (SWE)

8th: Brady Leman (CAN)

9th: Erik Mobärg (SWE)


4th: Brittany Phelan (CAN)

5th: Jade Grillet Aubert (FRA)

7th: Hannah Schmidt (CAN)

10th: Courtney Hoffos (CAN)