Viktoria Rebensburg

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Viktoria Rebensburg
— Alpine skier —
Porträts bei der Olympia-Einkleidung München 2018 (Martin Rulsch) 21.jpg
Rebensburg in 2018
DisciplinesGiant slalom, Super-G, Downhill
ClubSC Kreuth
Born (1989-10-04) 4 October 1989 (age 29)
Tegernsee, Bavaria,
West Germany
Height1.69 m (5 ft 7 in)
World Cup debut15 December 2006
(age 17)
Websiteviktoria-rebensburg.com
Olympics
Teams3 – (2010, 2014, 2018)
Medals2 (1 gold)
World Championships
Teams6 – (200717)
Medals1 (0 gold)
World Cup
Seasons12 – (20072018)
Wins16 – (14 GS, 2 SG)
Podiums41 – (31 GS, 5 SG, 5 DH)
Overall titles0 – (3rd in 2016 & 2018)
Discipline titles3 – (GS: 2011, 2012 & 2018)

Viktoria Rebensburg (born 4 October 1989) is a German alpine ski racer and the 2010 Olympic gold medalist in the giant slalom.[1]

Career[edit]

After finishing 28th in the Olympic super-G, she won gold in the giant slalom, her first victory in international competition.[2][3] Her previous best finish was second place at a GS a month earlier, her only World Cup podium.[4]

Ten months later Rebensberg won her first World Cup race in October 2010, a giant slalom in the season opener at Sölden, Austria. She won two more GS races during the 2011 season and took the giant slalom season title; she finished eighth in the overall standings, won by teammate Maria Riesch. In the 2012 season she won five races – four GS and one super-G – and went on to defend the GS season title.

World Cup results[edit]

Season titles[edit]

  • 3 titles – (3 GS)
Season
Discipline
2011 Giant slalom
2012 Giant slalom
2018 Giant slalom

Season standings[edit]

Season
Age Overall Slalom Giant
Slalom
Super G Downhill Combined
2007 17 83 25
2008 18 56 16 49
2009 19 43 18 29
2010 20 16 4 21 28
2011 21 8 1 10 23
2012 22 7 1 19 11
2013 23 6 33 3 6 23
2014 24 19 12 14 30
2015 25 11 9 13 8
2016 26 3 2 5 7
2017 27 9 7 11 7
2018 28 3 1 11 7

Race victories[edit]

  • 16 wins – (14 GS, 2 SG)
  • 41 podiums – (31 GS, 5 SG, 5 DH)
Season
Date Location Discipline
2011 23 Oct 2010 Austria Sölden, Austria Giant slalom
6 Feb 2011 Germany Zwiesel, Germany Giant slalom
11 Mar 2011 Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn, Czech Republic Giant slalom
2012 26 Nov 2011 United States Aspen, USA Giant slalom
2 Mar 2012 Germany Ofterschwang, Germany Giant slalom
3 Mar 2012 Giant slalom
15 Mar 2012 Austria Schladming, Austria Super-G
18 Mar 2012 Giant slalom
2013 19 Dec 2012 Sweden Åre, Sweden Giant slalom
20 Jan 2013 Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy Super-G
2016 17 Jan 2016 Austria Flachau, Austria Giant slalom
30 Jan 2016 Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia Giant slalom
20 Mar 2016  Switzerland  St. Moritz, Switzerland Giant slalom
2018 28 Oct 2017 Austria Sölden, Austria Giant slalom
25 Nov 2017 United States Killington, USA Giant slalom
23 Jan 2018 Italy Kronplatz, Italy Giant slalom

World Championship results[edit]

 Year 
Age  Slalom  Giant
 slalom 
Super G Downhill Combined
2007 17 8
2009 19 9 10
2011 21 5 DNS
2013 23 11 8
2015 25 2 5 10
2017 27 DNF1 4 11

Olympic results[edit]

 Year 
Age  Slalom  Giant
 slalom 
Super G Downhill Combined
2010 20 1 28
2014 24 3 9 15
2018 28 4 10 9

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vancouver 2010 Profile Archived 19 February 2010 at the Wayback Machine. – Viktoria Rebensburg – Germany – Alpine skiing.
  2. ^ Ski Racing.com – Olympics: Rebensburg gets GS gold, Mancuso eighth – 25 February 2010.
  3. ^ The Daily Inquirer.net Archived 28 February 2010 at the Wayback Machine. – Viktoria Rebensburg Wins Gold in Women's Giant Slalom.
  4. ^ FIS-ski.com Archived 4 June 2011 at the Wayback Machine. – results – Viktoria Rebensburg – accessed 27 February 2010.

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