|— Alpine skier —|
|Disciplines||Downhill, Giant Slalom,
September 2, 1927 |
Lech am Arlberg, Vorarlberg, Austria
|Teams||2 – (1948, 1952)|
|Medals||3 (2 gold)|
|Teams||3 – (1948, 1950, 1952)
includes two Olympics
|Medals||5 (3 gold)|
Trude Beiser (after her marriage Trude Jochum-Beiser) (born September 2, 1927) is a former alpine ski racer from Austria. Born in Lech am Arlberg in Vorarlberg, she won two Olympic gold medals and a world championship.
Between these two Olympics, Beiser won two medals at the 1950 World Championships in Aspen, Colorado; a gold in the downhill and a silver in the giant slalom. Four months earlier, she had given birth to her first child.
After her racing career, Beiser worked as skiing trainer and opened a café in her home town.
- Claasen, Harold (February 14, 1950). "21-year-old Austrian co-ed wins giant slalom race at Aspen". Spokesman-Review. Associated Press. p. 12.
- "Young mother wins ski title". Milwaukee Sentinel. Associated Press. February 18, 1950. p. 3-part 2.
- Trude Beiser at the International Ski Federation
- Sports Reference.com - Olympic results - Trude Beiser
|Austrian Sportswoman of the Year
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