My Name is Armin Senoner and I am a professional skier, mountain guide and speedrider from Val Gardena (South Tyrol), Italy. Growing up in the heart of the Dolomites, I've been on skis since I can remember, and I was able to ski before I could walk. Starting so early gave me the chance to try many skiing disciplines. After several years of slalom racing, I discovered the world of freeskiing and experienced a whole different way of skiing. All this made my love for the mountains grow stronger and led me to become a mountain guide. Although guiding is a big responsibility, being in the mountains every day gives me enormous pleasure. Having acquired these guiding skills on the snow and rocks, my curiosity for something new grew bigger, so I tried speedriding. I now hold a world record in this skiing/flying sport by descending at 152,9 km/h from the 3859-meter high and majestic Königsspitze. This is what I have done so far but my goal is to go even further and experience many more adventures that life is offering.