Recent Women News
It was another brilliant weekend for the Oakley alpine ski team; beginning with the ailing Lindsey Vonn securing a much needed hat-trick at the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup stop in Lake Louise, Canada and finishing with Aksel Lund Svindal placing second in both the men’s downhill and super-g competitions at the Birds of Prey World Cup event in Beaver Creek, CO. Vonn, who has suffered from an intestinal ailment as of late, locked down her first alpine victories since her recent return to competition. The American racked up her staggering 54th, 55th and 56th career Audi FIS Alpine World Cup victories by sweeping the weekend in Canada. She blew away the competition by a 1.73 second margin in the first of two downhill races on the weekend. Vonn followed up with a .52 second win in the second downhill race on Saturday and completed the hat-trick by winning Sunday’s super-g race. This was Vonn’s second straight hat-trick in Lake Louise as she bumped her venue total to 14 career wins on ...
It was a very active summer. Don’t believe us? Just ask any of the more than 50 participants who joined Oakley Canada and the O-Active Running Club on a weekly basis to keep fit during the summer months. Managed by our O-Active ambassadors; running clubs were set up in various cities across Canada to inspire women to perform beautifully and encourage an active lifestyle.
The Oakley woman comes in many shapes and sizes and from all walks of life, but they each share a few qualities in common as well. The Oakley woman is strong, independent and beautiful, inside and out.