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18 nov 1938 Sankt Anton am Arlberg, Austria
175 cm / 73 kg 5'9'' / 160 libbre
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Karl Schranz had a long, successful, but controversial career at the highest levels of international ski racing. He first made the Austrian national team in 1958 and competed at three Winter Olympics – in 1960, 1964, and 1968, winning a silver medal in giant slalom in 1964 at Innsbruck. After Jean-Claude Killy won all three Alpine events at the 1968 Grenoble Olympics, he retired from amateur competition, and Schranz took over the mantle of the world’s top ski racer. Expected to win several events at the 1972 Winter Olympics, he never even got to compete. Prior to the Sapporo Olympics,...

Karl in numeri

3
Olimpiadi
Olimpiadi
1
medaglie
Medaglia d'oro: Medaglia d'argento:1 Medaglia di bronzo:
  • Grenoble
    Grenoble 1968
    Giochi
    Risultati
    Sport
    Evento
    Grenoble
    Grenoble 1968
    • AC r3/3
      Alpine Skiing
      Slalom
    • 5
      Alpine Skiing
      Downhill
    • 6
      Alpine Skiing
      Giant Slalom
  • Innsbruck
    Innsbruck 1964
    Giochi
    Risultati
    Sport
    Evento
    Innsbruck
    Innsbruck 1964
    • 24
      Alpine Skiing
      Slalom
    • 11
      Alpine Skiing
      Downhill
    • 2 Medaglia d'argento
      Alpine Skiing
      Giant Slalom
  • Squaw Valley
    Squaw Valley 1960
    Giochi
    Risultati
    Sport
    Evento
    Squaw Valley
    Squaw Valley 1960
    • 7
      Alpine Skiing
      Downhill
    • 7
      Alpine Skiing
      Giant Slalom

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