| Amelie Kober|
| 1.68 m|
| Snowboarding at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's Parallel Slalom|
Anke Karstens, Isabella Labock, Julia Dujmovits, Daniela Meuli, Rosey Fletcher
Amelie Kober Wikipedia
Amelie Kober (born 16 November 1987 in Bad Aibling) is a German Federal Police officer and Olympic medalist in snowboarding.
At the Junior World Championships 2005 in Zermatt, Switzerland she won silver. In the World Cup she was ranked fifth.
She was the youngest competitor in the Parallel Giant Slalom competition at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. Despite a fall during the quarter finals, she caught up with her competitor and proceeded to the semi-finals and final round, winning silver.
At the FIS Snowboarding World Championships 2007 in Arosa, Switzerland she won silver in the Parallel Giant Slalom competition.
She won the Parallel Giant Slalom competition of the 2009–10 FIS Snowboard World Cup in Sudelfeld, Germany.
Kober tells in an interview after the half final of the Snowboard Competition at 2010 Winter Olympics that she is pregnant: "It is true that I am sitting out this season aside from this one race, because I will become a Mom."