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  1. Credit Suisse Förderpreis Videokunst 2017

    Credit Suisse Förderpreis Videokunst 2017 

    24-year-old Samuel Lecocq emerged triumphant from a field of 52 competitors to win the Credit Suisse Förderpreis Videokunst 2017 for his work "A FUTURISTIC (MOVIE) SET-UP." He was presented with the award – and prize money of CHF 10,000 – on February 23, 2017.

  2. Valentine Michaud: "I couldn't resist playing a golden instrument"

    Valentine Michaud: "I couldn't resist playing a golden instrument"

    The Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes 2017 has been awarded to Valentine Michaud. The likeable saxophonist plans not only to complete her studies at the Zurich University of the Arts this year, but also hopes to launch her career as a professional musician by performing at the Lucerne Festival and the Swiss Chamber Music Festival in Adelboden. Michaud, who is French by birth but now lives in Lausanne, will not let this opportunity pass her by, thanks as much to her charm and winning personality as her undoubted technical abilities.

  3. White Turf: A Very Special Racing Spectacle

    White Turf: A Very Special Racing Spectacle 

    Set in the majestic surroundings of St. Moritz, the White Turf event reminds us of royal courts and coronation days. Every year since 1990, this skikjöring spectacular has culminated in the crowning of a king: on the final Sunday, the competitor with the most points over all three races is awarded the prestigious Credit Suisse Skikjöring Trophy and the title "King of the Engadine." 

  4. Roger's Way: Taking the Long View

    Roger's Way: Taking the Long View

    In the back half of January, Roger Federer will once again vie for a grand slam championship, this time the 2017 Australian Open. The tournament will specially test the tennis legend, because he's coming off a six-month recuperation of an injured knee. How might the comeback come off, and where does he go from here? Read on – in his own words.

  5. Credit Suisse Sports Awards 2016: "No One Begrudges Me This Victory"

    Credit Suisse Sports Awards 2016: "Everyone is happy for me" 

    Graubünden native Armon Orlik, 21, became the first Swiss wrestler to win Newcomer of the Year award at the Credit Suisse Sports Awards. 

  6. Credit Suisse Sports Awards 2016: Victory for Gut and Cancellara

    Credit Suisse Sports Awards 2016: Victory for Gut and Cancellara

    In the end it was a clear victory for World Cup ski racer Lara Gut and Olympic gold medal-winning cycling time trial champion Fabian Cancellara, who were voted Swiss female and male athletes of 2016 at the Credit Suisse Sports Awards held in the Zurich television studios.

  7. Perpetual Metamorphosis

    Perpetual Metamorphosis 

    The exhibition "Alberto Giacometti – Beyond Bronze" at the Kunsthaus Zürich shows the artist's world-famous bronze pieces alongside precious, meticulously restored plasters as they have never been seen before. The exhibition runs until January 15, 2017. 

  8. Credit Suisse Sports Awards: Congratulations to the Winners!

    Credit Suisse Sports Awards: Congratulations to the Winners!

    At the grand Credit Suisse Sports Awards gala, which took place on December 18, 2016, Fabian Cancellara won the vote for Sportsman of the Year. Among the women, Lara Gut was crowned Best Sportswoman.

  9. In the Spirit of Giving

    Each year, as the holiday season approaches, many people join in the spirit of giving and act to help others who may be less fortunate. In this fourth clip of our mini-series "Getting to know Sergio Garcia," we learn from Sergio that he works year round on charity efforts – and not just during the holidays.

  10. Not Just a Renowned Golf Professional, but Also Socially Committed

    In this third installment of our mini-series, Sergio García, Credit Suisse's golf partner, talks to us about his foundation and how it gives back to society, even in Switzerland.