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Talent factory for World Cup winners

Malbun in the Principality of Liechtenstein is the perfect place to progress from small turns in the snow to big success on some of the world’s most famous ski pistes. Among those to have learned how to ski in Liechtenstein’s resort are Tina Weirather and Marco “Büxi” Büchel. Both have won multiple races on the FIS World Cup and like to keep fit in summer by hiking and biking in the mountains
Tina's sense of snow

Born into a family of Olympic winners and world champions, now Tina Weirather is herself a star in the international ski circus, and carries the hopes of Liechtenstein fans for World Cup victories and medals.

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Jack of all trades from Triesenberg

Former professional skier Marco Büchel from Liechtenstein also laid the foundations for his sporting success on the slopes of Malbun. His retirement from racing in 2010 marked the start of a new career for Büchel, also known as "Büxi". Today he works as an entertainer, communicator, speaker, TV and radio presenter, co-commentator and ski expert.

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Princely skiing vacation

Winter is fun in the mountainous regions of Liechtenstein. Participate in alpine skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, sledging, skating, and much more.

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Tina’s winter tips

When Tina Weirather is not competing on ski pistes around the world, she enjoys activities in Liechtenstein. Check out Tina’s top ten tips on things to see and do during your next visit to the Principality of Liechtenstein.

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Skiing and snowboarding

The high-altitude resort of Malbun is a paradise for all kinds of wintersports.

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Winter clip Malbun with Tina and Büxi

Liechtenstein’s ski star Tina Weirather joins former professional skier Marco "Büxi" Büchel to explore the wintersport resort of Malbun. Find out what the duo experience together and see how they whizz down the slopes.

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Making of winter clip

Filming for the video clip started at sunrise and continued through until the last few rays of sunshine disappeared behind the mountains at five o’clock. Take a look behind the scenes with Tina Weirather and Marco Büchel in Malbun.

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