Michael Tritscher

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Michael Tritscher (born 6 November 1965) is an Austrian alpine skier. He was born in Schladming.[1]

He finished seventh in the slalom at the 1989 World Championships in Vail, Colorado, and won the bronze medal in slalom at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville.[1][2][3]

He has also won several World Cup races.[4][5]

Achievements[edit]

Date Location Race
2 March 1991 Norway Lillehammer Slalom
19 February 1995 Japan Furano Slalom
19 November 1995 United States Beaver Creek Slalom

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Michael Tritscher", sports-reference.com, retrieved 2010-02-09
  2. ^ "Michael Tritscher", ski-db.com, retrieved 2010-02-09
  3. ^ Conklin, Mike (1992) "It's Tomba's hill, if not his gold Throngs see him win slalom silver", Chicago Tribune, February 23, 1992
  4. ^ "Tritscher Gets Out of His Rut, Holds On to Win Slalom Race", Los Angeles Times, November 20, 1995
  5. ^ Cimento, Matt (1995) "Tomba rips course when streak ends", USA Today, February 20, 1995