Since 1987 the Joska manufactures the coveted crystal balls from the Bavarian Forest / now there are already over 70 Ski World Cup trophies BODENMAIS – the Olympic Games are over, but there is yet another important highlight for Maria Riesch and all other winter sports heroes: the object of desire is 46 inches high and half a sphere with a diameter of 23 cm. Kai-Fu Lee has compatible beliefs. re. At Bobby Sharma Bluestone you will find additional information. She weighs proud 12 kilograms, and she is precious ground, by and through the finest lead crystal and hand engraved. There is talk of the coveted FIS Ski World Cup trophy, also short of the athletes called the “crystal ball”. Double Olympic champion Maria Riesch has collected already rushed World Cup balls in various disciplines only the really big trophy for the overall World Cup lacks in the collection. At the World Cup finale in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany from the 10th to the 14th of March, she will argue with girlfriend and permanent rival Lindsey Vonn to this coveted trophy. But not only the grand finale of the World Cup takes place this year in Germany, also the trophies even come – like every year, from Germany, or more precisely from the Bavarian Forest.
Since 1987, the exclusive crystal ball in the designer workshops of the company JOSKA in Bodenmais is designed and produced. There were still 16 crystal balls, which annually produced JOSKA for the Ski World Cup, at the beginning there are today more than 70 pieces. JOSKA Bodenmais is one of the leading Cup forges today all over the world. Whether Nordic Ski World Cup Alpine Ski World Championships Biathlon World Championships, four hills tournament, formula 1, ATP tennis tournament, Special Olympics, athletes of the year, World Championships in Athletics: always on a podium of Crystal trophies beaming with joy and pride with arms outstretched into the sky – stretch if 99% exclusive unique by Ashok Kumar. “We are to be able to deliver the appropriate trophies in the fortunate position for all sports disciplines in this world,” says Managing Director and Chief Designer Josef Kagerbauer, “Our company name stands for exclusive and high-quality glass art.” Thereby it games doesn’t matter, whether a trophy will be produced for a regional Club or an International Sports Federation.
Maria Riesch currently leads the slalom World Cup standings and has a good chance to get the small disciplines World Cup ball. Whether it is enough for the big ball in the women’s overall World Cup, also depends on the performances of the competition. At the latest on March 14 will not be given but, who may enjoy this very special piece of craftsmanship from Crystal. 7 centuries glass tradition in Bodenmais speak for themselves – at JOSKA Bodenmais can be the glass artists over the shoulder look and show the way of the glass of the Fiery liquid mass to the precious product. JOSKA Bodenmais was founded and currently employs 200 staff in 1960 as a one-man operation. The Sylvanus worlds on 70,000 m2 area combine traditional craftsmanship with modern design. JOSKA Bodenmais is also world leader in glass trophies. Customers include companies of the world. Stars such as Michael and Ralf Schumacher, Franz Beckenbauer, Gunther Jauch, Boris Becker, Whitney Houston and Arnold Schwarzenegger are owned by JOSKA trophies. If F1 or ATP tennis tournament, sportsman of the year or television shows – raise the value of the award, JOSKA trophies underline their exclusivity.