Katharina Gutensohn

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Katharina Gutensohn
Medal record
Competitor for  Austria
Women's Alpine skiing
Silver 1985 Bormio Downhill

Katharina Gutensohn (born March 22, 1966 in Kirchberg). Is an Austrian/German skier. She represented Germany from 1989 to the end of her alpine skiing career.

In 2005, at the age of 39, she made a comeback in the new Olympic discipline of skicross. She won her first World Cup start at Grindelwald on March 5, 2005. She also finished twice on the podium, the latest a second place at St. Johann in Tirol on January 5, 2009.

She competed for Germany in alpine skiing events at the 1992, 1994 and 1998 Winter Olympics and for Austria in skicross at the 2010 Winter Olympics.[1]

Gutensohn took part in the 8th season of the Austrian dance competition TV show Dancing Stars in 2012, finishing in 12th (last) place.[citation needed]

World Cup victories[edit]

Date Location Race
March 2, 1985 United States Vail Downhill
January 10, 1986 Austria Bad Gastein Downhill
January 16, 1986 France Puy St. Vincent Downhill
February 2, 1986 Switzerland Crans-Montana Downhill
February 3, 1990 Switzerland Veysonnaz Downhill
February 4, 1990 Switzerland Veysonnaz Downhill
December 8, 1990 Austria Altenmarkt Downhill
January 6, 1991 Austria Bad Kleinkirchheim Downhill
March 5, 2005 Switzerland Grindelwald Skicross

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