Ramon Zenhäusern

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Ramon Zenhäusern
— Alpine skier —
Ramon Zenhäusern 2018.jpg
Ramon in Hammarbybacken 2018
DisciplinesSlalom
ClubBürchen
Born (1991-05-04) 4 May 1991 (age 27)
Bürchen, Valais, Switzerland
Height2.00 m (6 ft 7 in)
World Cup debut11 November 2012 (age 20)
Websiteramon-zenhaeusern.ch
Olympics
Teams2 – (2014, 2018)
Medals2 (1 gold)
World Championships
Teams2 – (2013, 2017)
Medals0
World Cup
Seasons7 – (20132019)
Wins1 – (PS)
Podiums2 – (1 SL, 1 PS)
Overall titles0 – (71st in 2017)
Discipline titles0 – (26th in SL, 2016)

Ramon Zenhäusern (born 4 May 1992) is a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer. Born in Bürchen, Valais, he made his World Cup debut on 11 November 2012, and competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, in slalom.[1] In the 2018 Winter Olympics, Zenhäusern took silver in the slalom and gold in the team event.

World Cup results[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Season Age Overall Slalom Giant
slalom
Super G Downhill Combined
2013 20 110 44
2014 21 110 39
2015 22 110 36
2016 23 82 26
2017 24 71 26
2018 25 24 7
  • Standings through 30 January 2018

Top-ten finishes[edit]

  • 1 win (1 PS)
  • 2 podiums (1 SL, 1 PS)
Season Date Location Discipline Place
2016 10 Jan 2016  Switzerland  Adelboden, Switzerland Slalom 7th
2018 14 Jan 2018  Switzerland  Wengen, Switzerland Slalom 4th
21 Jan 2018 Austria Kitzbühel, Austria Slalom 6th
30 Jan 2018 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Parallel slalom 1st
4 Mar 2018 Slovenia Kranjska Gora, Slovenia Slalom 3rd

World Championship results[edit]

Year Age Slalom Giant
slalom
Super-G Downhill Combined
  2013   20 DNF1
2015 22
2017 24 DNF2
The winners in parallel slalom Stockholm city event, Ramon and Nina
The winners in parallel slalom Stockholm city event, Ramon and Nina

Olympic results[edit]

Year Age Slalom Giant
Slalom
Super G Downhill Combined
  2014   21 19
  2018   25 2

Universiade results[edit]

Year Age Slalom Giant
Slalom
Super G Combined
  2015   22 1 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ramon Zenhaeusern". sochi2014. Retrieved 22 February 2014.

External links[edit]