Wendy Holdener

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Wendy Holdener
Alpine skier
Third place, Wendy Holdener.jpg
Hammarby backen 2018
DisciplinesSlalom, Combined,
Giant slalom, Super-G
ClubSC Drusberg
Born (1993-05-12) 12 May 1993 (age 25)
Unteriberg, Schwyz, Switzerland
Height1.67 m (5 ft 6 in)
World Cup debut23 October 2010 (age 17)
Websitewendyholdener.ch
Olympics
Teams2 – (2014, 2018)
Medals3 (1 gold)
World Championships
Teams5 – (20112019)
Medals4 (3 gold)
World Cup
Seasons9 – (201119)
Wins3 – (1 PSL, 2 AC)
Podiums32
Overall titles0 – (2nd in 2018)
Discipline titles2 – (AC, 2016 and 2018)

Wendy Holdener (born 12 May 1993) is a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer.[1]

Holdener made her World Cup debut in Sölden in October 2010, and attained her first podium in March 2013, a second place in slalom at Ofterschwang. In 2016, she gained her first two World Cup victories and won the crystal globe title in the combined discipline.

World Cup results[edit]

Season titles[edit]

Season
Discipline
2016 Combined
2018 Combined

Season standings[edit]

Season
Age Overall Slalom Giant
Slalom
Super G Downhill Combined
2011 17 89 38 49 27
2012 18 67 31 19
2013 19 20 6 42 33
2014 20 29 10 35 12
2015 21 22 8 46 52 7
2016 22 6 3 30 45 1
2017 23 8 3 22 53 3
2018 24 2 2 8 22 39 1
2019 25 3 3 7 22 48 3
Wendy Holdener in Hammarbybacken World Cup 2018
Wendy Holdener in Hammarbybacken World Cup 2018

Race podiums[edit]

Season
Date Location Discipline Place
2013 10 March 2013 Germany Ofterschwang Slalom 2nd
2015 29 December 2014 Austria Kühtai Slalom 3rd
2016 29 December 2015 Austria Lienz Slalom 2nd
23 February 2016 Sweden Stockholm Parallel slalom 1st
28 February 2016 AndorraSoldeu Combined 2nd
6 March 2016 Slovakia Jasná Slalom 2nd
13 March 2016  Switzerland  Lenzerheide Combined 1st
2017 12 November 2016 Finland Levi Slalom 2nd
27 November 2016 United States Killington Slalom 3rd
11 December 2016 Italy Sestriere Slalom 3rd
29 December 2016 Austria Semmering Slalom 3rd
8 January 2017 Slovenia Maribor Slalom 2nd
10 January 2017 Austria Flachau Slalom 3rd
2018 12 November 2017 Finland Levi Slalom 3rd
28 December 2017 Austria Lienz Slalom 2nd
1 January 2018 NorwayOslo Parallel Slalom 2nd
3 January 2018 Croatia Zagreb Slalom 2nd
7 January 2018 Slovenia Kranjska Gora Slalom 3rd
26 January 2018  Switzerland  Lenzerheide Combined 1st
28 January 2018 Slalom 3rd
30 January 2018 Sweden Stockholm Parallel slalom 2nd
3 March 2018  Switzerland  Crans-Montana Super-G 3rd
10 March 2018 Germany Ofterschwang Slalom 2nd
17 March 2018 Sweden Åre Slalom 2nd
2019 9 December 2018  Switzerland  St. Moritz Parallel Slalom 3rd
29 December 2018 Austria Semmering Slalom 3rd
1 January 2019 Norway  Oslo Parallel Slalom 3rd
5 January 2019 Croatia Zagreb Slalom 3rd
2 February 2019 Slovenia Maribor Slalom 3rd
24 February 2019  Switzerland  Crans-Montana Combined 3rd
9 March 2019 Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn Slalom 2nd
16 March 2019 Andorra  Soldeu Slalom 2nd

World Championship results[edit]

Year
Age Slalom Giant slalom Super-G Downhill Combined Team event
2011 17 DNF2 29 5
2013 19 11 26 9
2015 21 DNF2 17 4
2017 23 2 1 4
2019 25 17 15 14 1 1

Olympic results[edit]

Year
Age Slalom Giant
slalom
Super G Downhill Combined Team event
2014 20 DNF1 DNF1 not run
2018 24 2 9 3 1

References[edit]

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