You can own the future

If you're thinking about alpine skiing in Hungary, you should know that you're not going to get anything ready, as the options are very limited and Mátra and Eplény cannot guarantee the same conditions as, say, a venue in Austria. In the case of Noel Major, there is no family history to speak of, his great-grandparents had never even seen skis, but our hero was quickly sucked in by a foreign channel's comedy show and the skis. It was a strange twist of fate that it was in summer when he became intrested. He started skiing at the age of two and a half on a plastic slope, but soon found he had the flair and courage to ski, and quickly moved to the snow, winning competitions with the older skiers. He is a multiple Hungarian champion (this year he finished second overall in the older age group and fourth in the junior age group, all at the age of 12), a multiple times Hungarian champion, and a great competitor at Austrian provincial championships, so his talent is obvious.

This year he has become a Hungarian national junior team member, he has international competitions to look forward to, there will be an unofficial world championship for his age group, and he will have a taste of "real life" with the Val-d'Isere race, which will also host a World Cup...

Noel, one of The Agent's youngest and most promising athletes, is training mostly in Austria, which obviously means a lot of sacrifices for him and his family, both financially and educationally. He would start high school in a ski school, possibly as a private student - the FIS, the International Ski Federation, also has academies, which also try to encourage talent from smaller countries through various programmes, altough getting into these is a challenge in itself.

Noel's family is not in an easy position either, with a lot of sacrifices being made to build his career, while future success is far from guaranteed due to the scarcity of elite skiers. Fortunately, Noel's ambitions are huge, he dreams of a World Cup, a World Championship, but for now he has to compete against rivals who are 170-180 centimetres, 70-80 kilos and already shaving, as he will turn 13 in november and is currently 150 centimetres, 40 kilos...

Once you turn 16, from then on there's no appeal, the whole spectrum merges, you have to fight the adult field. But there is still a long way to go, and our agency will give Major Noel all the help he needs to make his road less bumpy and even to become a world star.