Kastle Female Athletes Take to the Freeskiing Scene

March 20, 2009

The recent addition of Karine Falck-Pedersen and Lorraine Huber to the Kästle Pro Team has proven to be an excellent one. Both women are a dominant force on the US Freeskiing circuit and Freeride World Tour. Were very excited to have signed both Karine and Lorraine to the Kästle Team, notes Siegfried Rumpfhuber, Kästle president. Both women share Kästle passion for the sport and they compliment the dynamic, international team of skiers that makes up the Kästle Team. Karine Falck-Pedersen, 24, recently graduated from Denver University and currently resides in Squaw Valley. A native of Norway, Falck-Pedersen was a dominant force on the DU Ski Team, competing in all four NCAA Championships during her college career. In her first season on the US Freeskiing tour, Falck-Pedersen has brought her competitive spirit to the circuit with consistent top five finishes. Lorraine Huber, 28, is a dual citizen of Austria and Australia, residing in Lech, Austria during the winters and Torquay, Australia in the summers. Huber is no stranger to the freeride circuit, placing third in the NZ Freeski Big Open Mountain in 2008. Huber works as a professional ski mountain guide, and recently placed 3rd in Taos at the Salomon Freeskiing Extreme Championships putting her 10th in the overall World Freeride Rankings. The Kästle Team includes: Martin McFly Winkler (AT), Chris Davenport (US), Sascha Schmid (CH), Giulia Monego (IT), Baptiste Blanc (FR), Griffin Post (US), Hugo Harrisson (CA), Jennifer Farde (SE) and Tom Stainsen (NO). More Info: Visit

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