- For the cinematographer go to Rudolph Maté.
Rudolph Matt (b. 10 September 1909 in St. Anton am Arlberg; d. 18 November 1993 in Innsbruck) was an Austrian alpine skier and world champion.
Matt became a world champion in the slalom in Innsbruck in 1936, before fellow Austrian Eberhard Kneissl, and finished 6th in the downhill and 4th in the combined event.
At the world championships in Engelberg in 1939 he finished 4th in the slalom.
During the Second World War, Matt escaped to Mount Cranmore in New Hampshire.
- This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.