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Atle Skårdal

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Role  Olympic athlete
Name  Atle Skardal
Medals  3 (2 gold)
Teams  7 – (1985–1997)

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Disciplines  Downhill, super-G, combined
Born  17 February 1966 (age 49) Lunde, Telemark, Norway (1966-02-17)
World Cup debut  21 January 1985 (age 18)
Teams  3 – (1988, 1992, 1994)       injured in 1992

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Atle Skårdal (born 17 February 1966, in Lunde, Telemark, Norway) is a former World Cup alpine ski racer in the speed events of Downhill and Super-G. A two-time world champion in the Super-G in 1996 and 1997, he was also the World Cup champion in Super-G in 1996. Skårdal competed at the 1988 and 1994 Winter Olympics, with a 6th place in the 1994 Super G his best finish.

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In 2000, Skårdal was appointed as national team coach of Norway. He has been FIS race director for the women's World Cup since 2005.

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He is married to former alpine ski racer Karin Köllerer of Austria; they have three children (2010).

Achievements

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  • World Champion in Super-G at the 1996 and 1997
  • Silver in Downhill at the 1993 World Championships
  • Won the World Cup season title in the Super-G in 1996
  • Season titles

    1 title: 1 Super-G

    Race victories

  • 7 wins – (6 DH, 1 SG)
  • 26 podiums – (19 DH, 7 SG)
  • Olympic results

    Skardal was injured in January 1992 and missed the Olympics.

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    References

    Atle Skårdal Wikipedia


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