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|2006 Turin||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|FIS Snowboarding World Championships|
|2003 Kreischberg||Parallel Slalom|
|2005 Whistler||Parallel Slalom|
Siegfried "Sigi" Grabner (born 4 February 1975, in Waiern, Carinthia) is an Austrian professional snowboarder. At the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy he won bronze in the Parallel Giant Slalom competition.
Having won the Junior World Championship 1994 in Slovenia, he decided to go professional. He won the European Championship 1995 in Finland, and became part of the Burton Alpine Team. In 2003 he won the Parallel Giant Slalom World Championship in Kreischberg, Austria. In 2005 he ranked third in Whistler, British Columbia.
In the summer of 2003 Siegfried Grabner wrote a book, "Boarder zwischen den Welten" (literally "Boarder between the worlds"). He also develops snowboards, his "SG Snowboards" became available in autumn 2005 in three variants. He won the medal at the Turin Olympics on one of his Torino raceboards.
World Cup victories
|20 January 2002||Bardonecchia||Italy||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|24 January 2002||Kreischberg||Austria||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|19 October 2003||Sölden||Austria||Parallel Slalom|
|12 December 2003||Whistler Mountain||Canada||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|3 February 2004||Maribor||Slovenia||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|14 March 2004||Bardonecchia||Italy||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|7 January 2005||Saint Petersburg||Russia||Parallel Slalom|
|18 February 2005||Sapporo||Japan||Parallel Giant Slalom|
|7 October 2005||Landgraaf||Netherlands||Parallel Slalom|
|13 October 2006||Landgraaf||Netherlands||Parallel Slalom|
|20 December 2006||Bad Gastein||Austria||Parallel Slalom|
|21 December 2008||Arosa||Switzerland||Parallel Slalom|
|6 January 2009||Kreischberg||Austria||Parallel Giant Slalom|
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