André Myhrer

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André Myhrer
— Alpine skier —
André Myhrer 2012-03-18 001.jpg
Myhrer in March 2012
DisciplinesSlalom, Giant slalom
ClubBergsjö Hassela AK
Born (1983-01-11) 11 January 1983 (age 35)
Bergsjö, Sweden
Height1.89 m (6 ft 2 in)
World Cup debut25 January 2004 (age 21)
Websiteandremyhrer.com
Olympics
Teams4 – (2006, 2010, 2014, 2018)
Medals2 (1 gold)
World Championships
Teams7 – (200317)
Medals3
World Cup
Seasons15 – (20042018)
Wins8 – (7 SL, 1 PSL)
Podiums27 – (21 SL, 5 PSL, 1 PGS)
Overall titles0 – (9th in 2013)
Discipline titles1 – (SL, 2012)

André Myhrer (born 11 January 1983) is a Swedish World Cup alpine ski racer and Olympic gold medalist. Born in Bergsjö, Myhrer competes in the technical events and specialises in slalom.

Career[edit]

Myhrer made his World Cup debut in January 2004 and his first victory came at Beaver Creek, Colorado, in December 2006. Myhrer represented Sweden at the 2006 Winter Olympics and tied for fourth place in the slalom, only 0.03 s from third. At the 2010 Olympics he was tenth after the first run of the slalom at Whistler, then had the fastest time in the second and won the bronze medal. At the 2018 Olympics Myhrer won the slalom competition after both main favourites had failed to finish. In addition to four Olympics, Myhrer has competed in eight World Championships.

Through January 2018, Myhrer has eight World Cup victories and 25 podiums, mainly in slalom. He won the 2012 season title in slalom and finished eleventh in the overall standings.

Andre Myhrer in Hammarbybacken World Cup 2018
Andre Myhrer in Hammarbybacken World Cup 2018

World Cup results[edit]

Season titles[edit]

Season Discipline
2012 Slalom

Season standings[edit]

Season Age Overall Slalom Giant
slalom
Super-G Downhill Combined
2004 21 89 37
2005 22 34 9
2006 23 39 12
2007 24 44 13
2008 25 48 19 38
2009 26 33 11 46 28
2010 27 42 13
2011 28 18 3
2012 29 11 1 26
2013 30 9 4 31
2014 31 30 12 26
2015 32 31 12 27
2016 33 15 4 15
2017 34 15 9 15
2018 35 11 3 23

Race podiums[edit]

Season Date Location Discipline Place
2005 25 Jan 2005 Austria Schladming, Austria Slalom 3rd
27 Feb 2005 Slovenia Kranjska Gora, Slovenia Slalom 2nd
2007 3 Dec 2006 United States Beaver Creek, USA Slalom 1st
2010 17 Jan 2010  Switzerland  Wengen, Switzerland Slalom 2nd
13 Mar 2010 Germany Garmisch, Germany Slalom 3rd
2011 14 Nov 2010 Finland Levi, Finland Slalom 2nd
6 Jan 2011 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia Slalom 1st
25 Jan 2011 Austria Schladming, Austria Slalom 2nd
2012 21 Dec 2011 Austria Flachau, Austria Slalom 2nd
15 Jan 2012  Switzerland  Wengen, Switzerland Slalom 2nd
19 Feb 2012 Bulgaria Bansko, Bulgaria Slalom 2nd
21 Feb 2012 Russia Moscow, Russia Parallel slalom 3rd
11 Mar 2012 Slovenia Kranjska Gora, Slovenia Slalom 1st
18 Mar 2012 Austria Schladming, Austria Slalom 1st
2013 11 Nov 2012 Finland Levi, Finland Slalom 1st
6 Jan 2013 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia Slalom 2nd
29 Jan 2013 Russia Moscow, Russia Parallel slalom 2nd
2014 12 Jan 2014  Switzerland  Adelboden, Switzerland Slalom 2nd
2016 21 Dec 2015 Italy Alta Badia, Italy Parallel giant slalom 3rd
14 Feb 2016 Japan Naeba, Japan Slalom 2nd
23 Feb 2016 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Parallel slalom 2nd
20 Mar 2016  Switzerland  St. Moritz, Switzerland Slalom 1st
2017 19 Mar 2017 United States Aspen, USA Slalom 1st
2018 10 Dec 2017 France Val d'Isére, France Slalom 3rd
1 Jan 2018 Norway Oslo, Norway Parallel slalom 1st
14 Jan 2018  Switzerland  Wengen, Switzerland Slalom 3rd
30 Jan 2018 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Parallel slalom 2nd
Andre Myhrer in Hammarbybacken World Cup 2018
Andre Myhrer in Hammarbybacken World Cup 2018

World Championship results[edit]

  Year    Age   Slalom   Giant 
 slalom 
Super-G Downhill Combined Team event
2003 20 DNF1 not run
2005 22 5 7
2007 24 22 20
2009 26 DNF1 DNF1 cancelled
2011 28 10
2013 30 4 14 2
2015 32 6 DNF1 3
2017 34 6 DNS2 3

Olympic results[edit]

  Year    Age   Slalom   Giant 
 slalom 
Super-G Downhill Combined Team event
2006 23 4 not run
2010 27 3 DNF2
2014 31 DNF2
2018 35 1 23 5

Video[edit]

  • youtube.com – Myhrer wins at Levi – 11 November 2012

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