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7 Dec 1972 Altenmarkt im Pongau, Austria
Herminator
180 cm / 90 kg 5'11'' / 198 pounds
Male

Hermann "The Herminator" Maier, who trained as a bricklayer, started his career late, at the age of 23, but was the most successful male Austrian skier ever, winning 54 World Cup races with 96 podium placements. He was the most successful Super-G racer ever, winning 24 World Cup races in this discipline. Only Sweden’s Ingemar Stenmark has won more races in his career. Maier not only won the overall World Cup four times – 1998, 2000, 2001 and 2004 – but also 10 discipline World Cups, four Olympic medals (gold 1998 in Super-G and Giant Slalom, 2006 silver Super-G and...

Hermann in numbers

2
Olympics
Olympics
4
medals
Gold medal:2 Silver medal:1 Bronze medal:1
  • Turin
    Turin 2006
    Games
    Results
    Sport
    Event
    Turin
    Turin 2006
    • 6
      Alpine Skiing
      Downhill
    • 2 Silver medal
      Alpine Skiing
      Super G
    • 3 Bronze medal
      Alpine Skiing
      Giant Slalom
  • Nagano
    Nagano 1998
    Games
    Results
    Sport
    Event
    Nagano
    Nagano 1998
    • AC
      Alpine Skiing
      Downhill
    • 1 Gold medal
      Alpine Skiing
      Super G
    • 1 Gold medal
      Alpine Skiing
      Giant Slalom
    • AC
      Alpine Skiing
      Combined

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