|2006 Turin||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|2014 Sochi||Parallel Slalom|
|FIS Snowboarding World Championships|
|2007 Arosa||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|2013 Stoneham||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|2013 Stoneham||Parallel Slalom|
She was the youngest competitor in the Parallel Giant Slalom competition at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. Despite a fall during the quarter finals, she caught up with her competitor and proceeded to the semi-finals and final round, winning silver.
Kober tells in an interview after the half final of the Snowboard Competition at 2010 Winter Olympics that she is pregnant: "It is true that I am sitting out this season aside from this one race, because I will become a Mom."
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- "Amelie Kober". The Ski Channel. Retrieved 2010-01-30.
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- "Suunto Ambassador Amelie Kober". Suunto. Retrieved 2010-01-30.
- "Athlete information KOBER Amelie". FIS. Retrieved 2010-01-30.
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- Amelie Kober in Vancouver 2010: Mutterglück statt Medaille
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