Our Coaches:

Daniel Fahrner

 

Born 24 April 1971in Schlanders (ITA)

 

Tech Head Coach: Czech Republic

Helm & goggles: Giro

Ski: Fischer

Ski boots: Fischer

Gloves: Fischer

Clothes: O-Style (Czech Republic) & Vitalini (WRA)

 

He was a talented skier, until an injury ended his ski career. So he decided to try his luck as a ski coach. He developed the E-coach, he was testing Rossignol ski boots and worked in his own ski rental.

 

Dani is an emotional and experienced ski coach he has more then 20 years of experience as a coach. In his free time he likes to play Tennis and Golf. 

 

 

Achievements and stations as ski coach:

  • 2006 he founded the Moldawien ski team with athletes like: Urs Imboden, Christophe Roux and Sascha Gritsch.
  • 2006 he started to work with Urs Imboden. At the beginning Urs was Nr. 60 of the world, at the end of his career he was 18th in the WCSL.
  • Phillipp Schmid was sorted out of the German national team, Dani brought him back to the German A-team.
  • Dominik Stehle was also sorted out of the German national team, Dani brought also Domi back to the German team.
  • Also Patrick Thaler was taken out from the Italian squad. 2010 Thali was number 45 in the WCSL ranking, Dani brought him back in the Top-7 of the world (Slalom).
  • 2012 Dani transferred to the ski federation of Liechtenstein (woman) and he improved all his racers in their FIS-points.
  • 2013 he decided to work again with his son Martin at the World Racing Academy.
  • 2014/2015/2016/2017 he works for the Czech Ski Association.

Martin Fahrner

 

Born 27 August 1993 in Meran (ITA)

 

Tech Coach: Latvia

Helm & goggles: Giro

Ski: Fischer

Ski boots: Fischer

Gloves: Slytech

Clothes: Vitalini

 

Martin was the first time on skis at the age of 2, he finished his career as a skier early because he was always more interested to become a ski coach.

 

He was 3 years on the sports high school in Schlanders, the last 2 years he changed to the Economy high school and graduated with success. 

Next to his job at the World Racing Academy he is studying mental trainer at the Vital academy in Vorarlberg.

 

He speaks fluently english and manage also all the media stuff and the planning for the WRA.

Despite his young age, he has extensive experience in the ski circus. In total he was already at: 16 FIS World Cup woman races (BEL & LIE) and 48 FIS World Cup men races (MDA, AZE, JPN, CZE & LAT). In 2017 he was awarded as one of the best Italian coaches of the year by the Italian ski magazine Solowattaggio.

 

He worked already with athletes like: Tomoya Ishii (JPN), Hideyuki Narita (JPN), Kyosuke Kono (JPN),

Dominik Stehle (GER), Riccardo Tonetti (ITA), Matej Falat (SVK), Karen Persyn (BEL), Marina Nigg (LIE) or the 3 Zvejnieks brothers (Kristaps, Miks & Davis LAT)

 

Achievements and stations as ski coach:

  • 2012 he worked for the Ski federation of Liechtenstein as coach and service guy.
  • 2013 he worked for the Ski federation of Belgium as coach and service guy.
  • 2014 he worked for the Japan men Europa Cup team as coach. 
  • 2014/2015 he worked for the Czech Ski Association as coach.
  • 2015 he worked again for the Japan men Europa Cup team as coach.
  • 2015/2016 he worked for the Latvian Ski federation as coach for Kristaps, Miks & Davis Zvejnieks.
  • 2016/2017 he worked for the Latvian Ski federation as coach for Kristaps, Miks & Davis Zvejnieks.
  • 2017/2018 he works for the Latvian Ski federation as coach for Kristaps, Miks & Davis Zvejnieks.

Patrick Renner

 

Born 28 Juni 1995 in Meran (ITA)

 

Helm & goggles: Alpina

Ski: Fischer

Ski boots: Fischer

Gloves: Level

Clothes: Vitalini

 

Patrick was the first time on skis at the age of 2. He was till 2016 an active racer in our team. In 2017 he decided after a bad and long injury to join the coaches team of the WRA. From this season on he will accompany the FIS group of our team. He will help them with his own experiences to reach their goals.

 

The high school he made in Mals. After 5 years in the sports school with main focus on skiing, he graduated with success.

 

During his active ski alpin career Patrick tried out also some ski cross races, with success, at the Youth Olympic games in Innsbruck he skied to a really solid 8th place. 

 

But also in ski alpin Patrick was successful, he was Junior Italian champion 2014 and made it to 20 podiums in several ski races. He was known as a big talent all over the country. In his active career he was a serious and really professionell ski racer and an example for other young athletes.

 

The young man is next to his job at the World Racing Academy working as a gym teacher and he works as a riding master in his hometown in Hafling. Patrick has already a great experience and the right attitude to become a really good ski coach.