Monday, February 13, 2017


Fisch-Tools Austria and the U.S. Ski Team have signed an sponsorship agreement, whereby the U.S. Ski Team will use ALU SPEED drill bits exclusively under a three-year contract.

The ALU SPEED drill bit is a patented design featuring extreme lightness and toughness, with precise and quick drilling into the snow and ice surface for setting slalom poles and catch netting. Each drill bit is precision CNC fabricated from aircraft aluminum. They feature tungsten carbide tips that can be rotated and eventually replaced. The exclusive fluting design pulls snow out of the hole with utmost efficiency, saving on battery life during the training session. 

ALU SPEED drill bits are distributed exclusively in North America by Reliable Racing Supply. For product information, visit and type ALU SPEED into the website’s search box.

About Fisch-Tools
The Johann Eberhard LLC specializes in the manufacture of high-quality drilling and cutting tools with operations based at their drill factory in West Styria, Austria, and their subsidiary company FAMMAB Eberhard France S.A. in France.

About the US Ski Team
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) is the national governing body of Olympic skiing and snowboarding. It is the parent organization of the U.S. Ski Team, U.S. Snowboarding and U.S. Freeskiing. The USSA provides leadership and direction for tens of thousands of young skiers and snowboarders, encouraging and supporting them in achieving excellence.

About Reliable Racing Supply
Reliable Racing Supply (RRS), has provided ski racing enthusiasts and the ski resort industry with innovative and hard-to-find products since 1965. RRS was first to introduce flexing slalom poles called Break-A-Way to FIS World Cup competition at Waterville Valley, NH in 1980. Break-A-Way slalom poles were featured at the 2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Championships at Vail/Beaver Creek, and at the 1998 Nagano Olympics. Visit for more information.

Related: Fisch Tools Signs Sponsorship Agreement With The U.S. Ski Team (Snow Industry News)

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