I need a freelancer I am a freelancer Pitches

Eric Willemsen

Wien, Austria
Book Eric with Paydesk
See how it works

Book Eric with Paydesk

Make your booking securely through paydesk for these benefits:

1

Preferred Booking Channel

Eric is more likely to commit to assignments booked through paydesk, as it is a trusted platform that validates the seriousness and legitimacy of each engagement.
2

Insured Bookings for Peace of Mind

We provide basic insurance coverage with each booking on paydesk, giving both you and the media professional confidence and protection while they work for you.
3

Effortless Online Payment

Paydesk offers a payment protection system to ensure payments are only finalized when you are satisfied with the job completion. Freelancers trusts our process that guarantees their efforts are rewarded upon successful delivery of services

Still have questions?

Check FAQ
About Eric
Eric Willemsen (1970) is a Dutch freelance journalist, based in Vienna since 2005. He covers sports, media and general news in Austria for international online, print and broadcast outlets. Eric, who holds degrees in Journalism and Communication Sciences, is reporting in English, Dutch, and German.
Languages
German English Dutch
Services
Interview (Video / Broadcast) News Gathering Feature Stories
+7
Skills
Politics Current Affairs Sports
+3
Portfolio

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  www.bigcountryhomepage.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This victory marked Shiffrin's 94th career win and 57th in slalom. The race came after Shiffrin did not finish a previous event due to a cold and visited her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, in the hospital. Sara Hector finished third, while Shiffrin's teammates AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan faced setbacks. The World Cup continues with upcoming events in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  YourBigSky.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This marked Shiffrin's 94th career win and 57th in slalom. The victory was particularly emotional as it followed a period of personal challenges, including a cold that affected her previous performance and her boyfriend Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery after a crash. Sara Hector finished third, while Shiffrin's teammates AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan experienced a ski-out and a crash, respectively. The article also notes the upcoming World Cup events in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  au.sports.yahoo.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This marked Shiffrin’s 94th career win and 57th career slalom win. The victory was particularly emotional for Shiffrin, coming after a period of personal challenges including a cold, her boyfriend Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery following a crash, and the support of her team. Sara Hector finished third, achieving her first-ever podium in slalom. The race saw several lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi achieve top finishes. The women's World Cup will continue with events in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  news.yahoo.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a World Cup night race in Austria, edging out her slalom rival Petra Vlhova. This marked Shiffrin's 94th career win and 57th in slalom. The victory was particularly emotional as it followed a period of illness for Shiffrin and a visit to her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who was recovering from surgery. Sara Hector finished third, achieving her first slalom podium. The race saw several lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi achieve top finishes. The women's World Cup will continue with events in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  kdvr.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This marked Shiffrin's 94th career win and 57th in slalom. The victory was particularly emotional as it followed a period of illness for Shiffrin and a visit to her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who was recovering from surgery. Sara Hector finished third, while Shiffrin's teammates AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan did not complete their second runs. The event saw impressive performances from lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi. The women's World Cup will continue in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  am970theanswer.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This marked Shiffrin’s 94th career win and 57th in slalom. The victory was particularly emotional as it followed a period of illness for Shiffrin and a visit to her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who was recovering from surgery after a crash. Sara Hector finished third, achieving her first slalom podium. The race saw challenges for many competitors, including Shiffrin's teammates AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan, the latter of whom crashed but was not injured. The event also highlighted performances from lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi, who finished in the top 15.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  wjtv.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This marked Shiffrin's 94th career win and 57th in slalom. The victory was particularly emotional as it followed a period of illness for Shiffrin and a visit to her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who was recovering from surgery. Sara Hector finished third, while Shiffrin's teammates AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan experienced setbacks. The event also saw notable finishes from lower-ranked skiers Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi. The women's World Cup will continue in Jasna, near Vlhova's hometown.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  whnt.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This marked Shiffrin's 94th career win and 57th in slalom. The victory was particularly emotional as it followed a period of personal challenges, including a cold that affected her previous performance and her boyfriend Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery after a crash. Sara Hector finished third, achieving her first slalom podium. The article also mentions other competitors, including AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan, and notes the upcoming World Cup events in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  cw33.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This victory marked Shiffrin's 94th career win and 57th in slalom. The race came after Shiffrin did not finish a previous event due to a cold and visited her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, in the hospital following his crash. Sara Hector finished third, while Shiffrin's teammates AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan experienced setbacks. The World Cup continues with upcoming events in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  wtrf.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won an emotional women's World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This marked Shiffrin's 94th career win and 57th in slalom. The victory was particularly poignant as it followed a period of personal challenges, including a cold that affected her previous performance and her boyfriend Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery after a crash. Sara Hector finished third, while Shiffrin's teammates AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan experienced setbacks. The event also saw notable performances from lower-ranked skiers Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  burnabynow.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night race in Austria, overcoming Slovakian skier Petra Vlhova and Swedish Olympic giant slalom champion Sara Hector. Shiffrin, who recently battled a cold and was affected by her partner's crash, was supported by her team and family. The race was marked by a close rivalry, with Shiffrin making up time in the final run to secure her 94th career win. Lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi also had strong finishes. The World Cup continues in Jasna, near Vlhova's hometown.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  vancouverisawesome.com
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night race in Austria, defeating Slovakian skier Petra Vlhova. Shiffrin overcame a first-run deficit to secure her 94th career win. Sara Hector placed third, marking her first slalom podium. The victory was particularly emotional for Shiffrin, coming after a recent illness and a visit to her partner, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, in the hospital. Vlhova acknowledged her mistakes and the need for a perfect run to win. Lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi also had impressive finishes. The World Cup continues in Jasna, near Vlhova's hometown.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  WDIV
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a women's World Cup night race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came after a challenging period, including her partner Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery. Shiffrin trailed Vlhova after the first run but managed to clinch the win with a strong final run. The race saw notable performances from other skiers, including Sara Hector, who achieved her first slalom podium, and lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi. The competition continues with upcoming events in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

16 Jan 2024  |  www.ksat.com
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a World Cup night race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came after a challenging period, including her partner Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery. Shiffrin trailed Vlhova after the first run but managed to clinch the win with a strong final run. The race saw notable performances from other skiers, including Sara Hector, who achieved her first slalom podium, and lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi. The women's World Cup continues with upcoming events in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Oct 2023  |  FOX 56 News
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a World Cup night race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came shortly after she visited her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who was recovering from surgery. Shiffrin's performance was notable as she overcame a challenging few days and a previous race where she did not finish. The race saw Shiffrin trailing Vlhova after the first run but ultimately winning by 0.27 seconds. Other notable performances included Sara Hector achieving her first-ever podium in slalom and lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi finishing in the top 15.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  FOX40
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came shortly after she recovered from illness and visited her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who was recovering from surgery. Shiffrin trailed Vlhova after the first run but managed to clinch the win with a strong final run. The race was marked by several notable performances, including Sara Hector's third-place finish and impressive showings from lower-ranked skiers. The women's World Cup will continue with upcoming events in Jasna.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  Squamish Chief
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup night race in Austria, overcoming Slovakian skier Petra Vlhova. Shiffrin, who recently battled a cold and was affected by her partner Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's crash, was supported by her team and family. Sara Hector placed third, marking her first slalom podium. Shiffrin's victory, her 94th career win, was part of an ongoing rivalry with Vlhova, who acknowledged her mistakes and the need for a perfect run. The event saw strong performances from lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi. The women's World Cup will continue in Jasna, near Vlhova's hometown.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  phl17.com
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a World Cup night race in Flachau, Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came shortly after she visited her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who was recovering from surgery. Shiffrin trailed Vlhova after the first run but managed to clinch the win with a strong final run. The race was notable for its intense competition and the emotional context surrounding Shiffrin's recent challenges. Other notable performances included Sara Hector's third-place finish and impressive runs by lower-ranked skiers Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  www.sasktoday.ca
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a women's World Cup night race in Flachau, Austria, narrowly defeating Slovakian skier Petra Vlhova. Shiffrin, who trailed after the first run, posted the second-fastest time in the final run to win by 0.27 seconds. This marked her 94th career win, coming shortly after personal challenges, including her partner Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's crash. The race saw notable performances from Sara Hector, who finished third, and other skiers like AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan, who faced difficulties. The women's World Cup continues with upcoming events in Jasna, Slovakia.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  KSNF/KODE | FourStatesHomepage.com
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a World Cup night slalom race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came shortly after she visited her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who was recovering from surgery. Despite trailing after the first run, Shiffrin posted the second-fastest time in the final run to clinch the win. The race was marked by strong performances from other skiers, including Sara Hector, who achieved her first-ever slalom podium finish. The event also saw notable performances from lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  www.timescolonist.com
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a women's World Cup night race in Flachau, Austria, narrowly defeating Slovakian skier Petra Vlhova. Shiffrin, who trailed after the first run, posted the second-fastest time in the final run to win by 0.27 seconds. This marked her 94th career win, coming shortly after overcoming illness and visiting her injured partner, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde. The race saw notable performances from Sara Hector, who finished third, and several lower-ranked skiers who achieved top-15 finishes. The women's World Cup continues with upcoming events in Jasna, Slovakia.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  Delta Optimist
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a women's World Cup night race in Flachau, Austria, narrowly defeating Slovakian skier Petra Vlhova. Shiffrin, who trailed after the first run, posted the second-fastest time in the final run to win by 0.27 seconds. This marked her 94th career win, coming shortly after overcoming illness and visiting her injured partner, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde. The race saw strong performances from other skiers, including Sara Hector, who achieved her first podium in slalom, and notable finishes from lower-ranked skiers. The event highlighted the ongoing rivalry between Shiffrin and Vlhova, with Shiffrin now leading the slalom standings by 25 points.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  www.yourbasin.com
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a World Cup night race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came after a challenging period, including her partner Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery. Shiffrin trailed Vlhova after the first run but managed to clinch the win with a strong final run. Sara Hector finished third, achieving her first podium in slalom. The race was marked by Shiffrin's resilience and the support of her team, highlighting the intense competition and personal challenges faced by the athletes.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  ABC27
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a World Cup night slalom race in Flachau, Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came shortly after she visited her boyfriend, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, who was recovering from surgery. Shiffrin's performance was notable as she overcame a challenging few days and a recent illness. The race saw Shiffrin trailing Vlhova after the first run but ultimately winning by 0.27 seconds. Other notable performances included Sara Hector achieving her first slalom podium and several lower-ranked skiers finishing in the top 15. The U.S. women's tech team, led by coach Magnus Andersson, played a crucial role in Shiffrin's success.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  FOX2548 & WIProud
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a World Cup night race in Flachau, Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came after a challenging period, including a recent illness and her boyfriend Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery. Shiffrin's performance was notable for overcoming a slight mistake early in her run, ultimately winning by 0.27 seconds. The race also saw Sara Hector achieve her first-ever podium in slalom, while other competitors like AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan faced challenges. The event highlighted the ongoing rivalry between Shiffrin and Vlhova, with Shiffrin now leading the slalom standings by 25 points.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  WCBD News 2
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a women's World Cup night race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came after a challenging period, including her partner Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery. Shiffrin's performance was notable for overcoming a slight mistake and capitalizing on Vlhova's errors. The race also saw Sara Hector achieve her first slalom podium, while Shiffrin's teammates AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan faced mixed fortunes. The competition continues with upcoming events in Jasna, Slovakia.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  KVEO-TV
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a women's World Cup night slalom race in Flachau, Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came after a challenging period, including her partner Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's injury and her own recent illness. Shiffrin trailed Vlhova after the first run but managed to clinch the win with a strong final run. The race saw notable performances from other skiers, including Sara Hector, who achieved her first slalom podium, and lower-ranked skiers like Dzenifera Germane and Lara Colturi, who finished in the top 10. The event highlighted Shiffrin's resilience and the ongoing rivalry between her and Vlhova.

Shiffrin beats Slovakian skier Vlhova for emotional win in World Cup night race in Austria

10 Jan 2023  |  Yahoo Entertainment
Mikaela Shiffrin secured an emotional victory in a women's World Cup night race in Austria, edging out her rival Petra Vlhova. This win marked Shiffrin's 94th career victory and came after a challenging period, including a recent illness and her boyfriend Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's surgery. Shiffrin's performance was notable for overcoming a slight mistake early in her run, ultimately winning by 0.27 seconds. The race also saw Sara Hector achieving her first-ever podium in slalom, while other skiers like AJ Hurt and Paula Moltzan faced challenges. The event highlighted the ongoing rivalry between Shiffrin and Vlhova, with Shiffrin now leading in the slalom standings.

×

Eric's confirmed information

Financial institution
Verified Mar 2017
Phone number
Verified Mar 2017
Joined
Mar 2017

Log in