For us, alpine skiing is not just a sport; it is a passion and a constant struggle with adversity and yourself. It also gives a sense of freedom and unlimited space. Appreciating the importance of these values, we support Maciej Bydlinski — the best Polish skier, and a Sochi Olympian.
Maciej Bydliński (born on 11 March 1988 in Szczyrk) — Polish alpine skier, Olympian, representative of Poland, and individual champion of Poland 10 times in his career. Member of the AZS-AWF Katowice sports club. He made his debut in the World Cup in the opening contest of the 2008/2009 season in Sölden.
- Participant in the Olympic Games in Sochi
- Individual Champion of Poland 10 times, in 2005, 2008, 2009, 2009, 2010, 2010, 2013, 2013, 2013, and 2014
- 9th place in the World Cup, Super Combined, Kitzbuhel 2013
- 16th place in the World Championships, Super Combined, Schladming 2013
- 1st place in the general ranking of the Continental Cup in Australia and New Zealand 2013
- 30th place in the World Cup, Super Combined, Wengen/Switzerland/2012
- 27th place in the World Cup, Super Combined, Sochi/Russia/2012
- 27th place in the World Cup, Super Combined, Wengen/Switzerland /2011
- 23th place in the World Cup, Super Combined, Val d’Isere/France/2009
- 3rd place in the Cadet World Championships, Giant Slalom, Bardonecchia/Italy/2005