For several years now, we have been involved in the world of sports, especially Alpine Skiing, where we see the positive values that make it possible to face and overcome any challenge: in life just as in sports or business.
This year we have confirmed our partnership with four champions engaged in different specialties that make up the TARGA TEAM: Alice Robinson, Emanuele Buzzi, River Radamus and Renè De Silvestro.
Moreover, we have expanded our long-standing partnership with the Italian Winter Sports Federation by providing them with our Fleet Management solutions and expertise.
“We’re thrilled once again to be able to support this group of talented people who have focused all their energy on sports, with the great sacrifice that this entails: competing in a sport at certain levels requires you to continually raise the bar and get out of your comfort zone day after day.
It’s the same approach that we require of our teams at Targa Telematics, because it’s only with the right amount of enthusiasm, determination, and desire to overcome one’s limits that a company can make a difference.
Nicola De Mattia
Targa Telematics CEO
Alice, very young New Zealand champion competing in Giant and Super-G, has already taken part in the Olympics in 2018 and, among others, won the junior World Championships in 2019.
The promising world skiing athlete, guided by former Lindsey Vonn coach Chris Knight, confirmed her extraordinary potential in the 2019/2020 World Cup season where she obtained two stunning Giant Slalom victories on the Rettenbach Glacier in Sölden, Austria and Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.
Emanuele, longstanding member of the elite of fast disciplines, at 25 years old is already an experienced athlete, having won the 2016 Super-G European Cup and having participated in the Olympics in Pyeongchang in 2018.
Prematurely knocked out of competition after a serious injury in January 2019 in the finish area of the Wengen downhill in Switzerland, which had seen him achieve a brilliant sixth place, last season Emanuele earned four spots in the top 15 in the World Cup and achieved his best result in the Super-G with a good ninth place in Austria in Hinterstoder.
Lele is back in full form and is one of the Italian skiers with the highest potential for 2020/2021.
River is a promising American skier specialized in Giant, Super-G, and Slalom.
At just 20 years of age he has had an impressive series of successes at the junior level, including three gold medals at the Winter Youth Olympic Games and five medals at the Junior World Championships, two of which were won in 2019 in Val di Fassa. River is now expected to be the backbone of Team Targa in this World Cup season.
Renè De Silvestro is a young Paralympic athlete who, in addition to excelling in athletics, is one of the spearheads of the Italian national ski team.
After taking part in the Pyeongchang Olympics and numerous placings, he achieved his first victory in the 2019/2020 World Cup in Veysonnaz and a third place in the giant slalom in Kranjska Gora.