In 2010 Kronplatz Racing Center was founded and since then our athletes had competed in competitions of different level. Our athletes were participating at World Cup, World Championships, World Junior Championships, Europe Cup, Far East Cup, European Youth Winter Olympic festival, Fis / Junior / Citizen Races and various children races.
In 2014, 9 athletes from 7 different countries qualified for Winter Olympic Games, Sochi. In Slalom discipline Romanian athlete Alexandru Barbu arrived 21st, Georgian -Iason Abramashvili -22nd, Greek - Massimiliano Valcareggi -37th. Latvian - Lelde Gasuna took 30th place in slalom and Georgian - Nino Tsiklauri -49th in giant slalom while Brazilian Maya Harrison finished 39th in slalom. Dmytro Mytsak was 52nd in SuperG.
In February 2015 five athletes from five different countries traveled to Vail, Beaver Creek with team manager/coach Nicola Paulon and participated at the World Ski Championships.
Georgian athlete - Nino tsiklauri qualified for the second run in SL and arrived 48th, in GS 59th (DNQ2), Israelis Gitit Buchler -77th in GS (DNQ2), Lithuanian Ieva Januskeviciute 59th in SL (DNQ2), while our only male athlete from Greece didn't finish GS race and was unable to start SL because of unfortunate.
In 2015 three Lithuanian athletes started in EYWOF resulting in significant personal experience.
Youngest athlete of our team, Brazilian Nathan Alborghetti arrived 3rd in Giant-slalom and Slalom at Trofeo Barrufa 2015 children race.
For the season of 2015-16 KRC team was joined by Japanese ski association athletes - Emi Hasegawa, Asa Ando and Shun Nakamura with coaches Kazuya Kubota and Masahiro Sato.
Japanese athlete Emi Hasegawa made all World Cup Races and showed some amazing results - Japane
Solden - GS 24th - Aspen - GS - 23rd - Lienz - GS - 22nd - Santa Caterina - SL 22nd
Flachau - SL - 24th - Jasna - SL - 14th;
Shun Nakamura and Asa Ando got some World Cup and Europe Cup experience and big success in Far East Cup circuit where Nakamura was able to win couple ofcouple of races and lowerthe FIS points till 9 in SL, meanwhile Asa Ando ended up being an absolute champion of FEC, with better FIS points and fixed place at World Cup for 2016-17 season.