Alpine Skiing World

Some articles on alpine skiing world, world:

Peter Wirnsberger - Achievements
1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid Silver at Downhill Alpine skiing World Championship 1978 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen nineteenth place at Downhill ...
Snow Queen Trophy
... a men's and women's slalom race held as part of the Alpine skiing World Cup ... It is the only race in the World Cup that is held in a capital city ... The prize fund of €165,000 is the largest on the Alpine skiing World Cup circuit, of which the winner takes €60,000 ...
Leyti Seck - Biography
... Seck also competed in the 2003 Alpine Skiing World Cup, where he finished 61st in the giant slalom, with a time of 309.35 ... In the 2006 Alpine Skiing World Cup, Seck took part in the slalom, which he failed to complete he competed in the 2007 Cup with identical results ... Seck took part in the 2005 Alpine skiing world championships, failing to complete the slalom, and finished 54th in the giant slalom with a time of 133.56 ...
FIS Alpine Ski World Cup - Youngest and Oldest World Cup Winners
... The youngest person ever to win a World Cup race is Pamela Behr of West Germany, who won a slalom in Val d'Isere, France, in December 1972 at the age of ... Several other women have also won World Cup races at age 16 ... The youngest men's World Cup race winner is Piero Gros of Italy, who won a giant slalom in Val d'Isere, France, in December 1972 (one day before Pamela ...
Jussi Hautamäki - Career - World Cup
... His first start in the Alpine Skiing World Cup came 30 December 1995 in Oberstdorf, Germany in the 1995 Alpine Skiing World Cup he came in 39th place ... He earned his first World Cup podium place in the 2001 Alpine Skiing World Cup after finishing third on 27 January 2001 in Sapporo, Japan ...

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