KILDE joins the Hublot Family

Twin achievements: a new sponsorship seamlessly aligning with podiums. A perfect timing and a symbiotic triumph!

Kilde is closing the gap with precision, now chasing hundredths with Hublot. A new friend of the brand is joining Hublot’s athlete-driven family spirit. Alongside Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, Hublot is ready to ski through the adrenaline rush to the finish line. Kilde’s strength is legendary in skiing circles, making him a force to be reckoned with in both downhill (DH) and super-G (SG) on the World Cup circuit.

Kilde once again proved it this weekend by finally beginning his World Cup season in the Dolomites at Val Gardena Gröden after an unusual start with canceled races; he is finally back on the slopes.

What a kick-off for Kilde’s 2023/2024 season, as he powered through the challenging Saslong course, literally flying over the Camel Humps jump and leaving the competition behind.

Aleksander has thus maintained his unbeatable Val Gardena track record of seven podium finishes over six seasons since 2019, including five wins in both downhill and super-G.

The Reigning World Cup Downhill Champion perfectly managed his timing that remained unmatched and thus achieving: 2 podium finishes over the weekend.

The Olympic medalist and Downhill World Cup winner knows how to dominate the pursuit of speed and optimal lines, gaining an edge on the slopes. Prepare to witness thrilling moments as hundredths of seconds unfold on the Kilde x Hublot timeline.

What a start for Kilde & Hublot!

When you are good at something, work to be the best at it, keep on pushing, no matter what. I have always believed that I could do it. I believed that if I put in the effort I’m used to, I could make it happen. The crucial element is trusting that you are on the right path and giving it your all. This is a motto I am happy to share with my new family: Hublot. We share not only determination and a commitment to success but also a pursuit of being first, unique, and different. It is a great honor to be among true sports champions and combine the world of sports with the world of true craftmanship. Clearly, our conversations won’t be short of anecdotes, values, and synergies.


Family has always been the foundation of Aleksander’s mental balance, instilling in him the core values of sportsmanship. His unique resilience and unwavering spirit serve as a profound inspiration. Backed by a robust mindset, his routine, relentless repetitions form the bedrock of his training and progress. Through the highs and lows, he has honed what makes him distinctive – his stature and strength. This unique combination keeps him centered on his feet, allowing him to ski the risk line with calculated athleticism. A mind and body balance that forges his force, paving the way for podium finishes and wins.


The IronMan of Downhill knows how to work hard

A two-time Olympic medalist, Aleksander has a “simple” goal: be the best, coolest and happiest skier. From winning the Super-G World Cup in 2016 as the youngest skier to his recent triumphs, Aleksander’s journey is a testament to resilience and excellence. His consistency in the 2019-2020 season positioned him as Marcel Hirscher’s successor in the overall World Cup standings. Despite only one victory in the COVID-19-truncated season, he secured the trophy. Injuries interrupted his quest for the big globe in 2020-2021, but he returned in 2021-2022 with seven World Cup victories, two Olympic medals, along with small globes in Super-G and downhill. His 2022-2023 season mirrored the same success, with six downhill wins, another small globe, as well as his first two silver medals at the World Championships in Courchevel-Méribel. He also became the second male skier in 45 years to achieve six downhill victories in a season.

Competing against the world’s top athletes makes him keep pushing to do his outmost. At the end of the 2022-2023 season, for the second consecutive year, Norway’s 30-year-old Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, proved himself the world’s best male downhill racer.

On the ski runs, it all comes down to tenths and hundredths of seconds, times that the “Speed King” will now measure with Hublot chronographs alongside the other skiers of the family – Corinne Suter, Dario Cologna & Tanguy Nef.