|Women's Alpine Skiing|
|Silver||2003 St. Moritz||Downhill|
Rey-Bellet shared a World Championship silver medal in the downhill event in St. Moritz in 2003 and won a total of five World Cup races. She retired in 2003 because of a series of injuries to her right knee.
Rey-Bellet was shot and killed in her parents' home in the Swiss village of Les Crosets, Canton Valais on Sunday, 30 April 2006 by her husband Gerold Stadler. She was three months pregnant. Her brother Alain, who was to have been married the following Friday, was also killed, and her mother Verena was severely injured. Corinne's two-year-old son, Kevin, home at the time of the attack, was left unharmed, and Corinne's father was not home at the time.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of her husband, Gerold Stadler. The couple had separated approximately 10 days before the murders took place. Stadler - a Swiss soldier - was the father of their two-year-old son. His body was recovered in a forest on 3 May 2006. The Swiss police eventually confirmed that Stadler committed suicide using the same gun - his military weapon - that killed Rey-Bellet and her brother.
World cup victories
|16 January 1999||St. Anton am Arlberg||Super-G|
|16 January 1999||St. Anton am Arlberg||Downhill|
|15 January 2000||Altenmarkt im Pongau||Downhill|
|9 March 2001||Åre||Super-G|
|2 March 2002||Lenzerheide||Downhill|
- http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/4961784.stm Former Swiss skiing star killed - BBCNews