Sigrid Wolf

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Sigrid Wolf 1989 Paraguay stamp.jpg
Personal information
Born 14 February 1964 (1964-02-14) (age 50)
Breitenwang, Austria
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)
Weight 67 kg (148 lb)
Sport Alpine skiing
Club Skiverein Elbigenalp

Sigrid Wolf (born 14 February 1964) is an Austrian former Alpine skier.

She came in the spotlight when she placed fourth in the downhill in Santa Caterina in 1985. Sigrid Wolf won the Super-G gold medal at the 1988 Olympics in Calgary ahead of Michela Figini and Karen Percy. This was the first time it was ever arranged a Super-G competition at the Olympic games. One year later she won a silver medal in the same discipline at the World Championships in Vail, Colorado.[1]

Wolf was chosen as Austrian Sportswoman of the Year in 1987 and 1988, and in 1996 was awarded a gold medal for services to the Austrian Republic. She retired in December 1990 due to a knee injury.[1]

World Cup victories[edit]

Date Location Race
7 March 1987 Canada Calgary Downhill
13 March 1987 United States Vail Downhill
14 March 1987 United States Vail Downhill
28 November 1987 Italy Sestriere Super-G
5 January 1988 France Tignes Super-G
26 February 1989 United States Steamboat Springs Super-G
17 December 1989 Canada Panorama Super-G
27 January 1990 Italy Santa Caterina Super-G


  1. ^ a b Sigrid Wolf.
Preceded by
Austria Roswitha Steiner
Austrian Sportswoman of the year
Succeeded by
Austria Ulrike Maier