Josef Strobl

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For the Austrian geographer, see Josef Strobl (geographer).

Josef "Pepi" Strobl (born March 3, 1974 in Holzgau) is a former alpine skier from Austria.


During his career, he won three World Cup downhills (he gained much attention after winning his first ever World Cup downhill with start number 61), one giant slalom, two Super Gs and one parallel slalom. In the 1996/7 season he was the best placed Austrian in the overall World Cup.

From the 2004/5 season, until the end of his career in 2006, he competed for Slovenia, as he faced problems with qualifying within the extremely strong Austrian skiing team.

World Cup victories[edit]

Datum Ort Land Disziplin
December 16, 1994 Val-d'Isère France Downhill
November 25, 1996 Park City United States Giant Slalom
March 2, 1997 Kvitfjell Norway Super-G
October 24, 1997 Tignes France Parallel Slalom
March 13, 1998 Crans-Montana Switzerland Downhill
January 15, 2000 Wengen Switzerland Downhill
February 12, 2000 St. Anton Austria Super-G

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