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Ski club  Dynafit Gore-Tex team
Name  Benedikt Bohm
Role  Ski Mountaineer

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Born  August 15, 1977 (age 38)Munich, Germany (1977-08-15)
People also search for  Sebastian Haag, Javier Martin de Villa, Ueli Steck

Speed Mountaineer Benedikt Böhm


Benedikt "Bene" Böhm (born 15 August 1977 in Munich) is a German extreme ski mountaineer and extreme skier. Together with Sebastian Haag he keeps the records in speed ski mountaineering at the Muztagata and the Gasherbrum II.

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Böhm has grown up with five siblings in Harlaching, a borough of Munich. One of his brothers is the German artist Corbinian Böhm. Böhm is member of the national German Skimountaineering Team and member of the Dynafit Gore-Tex team. He also works at Dynafit as an international sales manager.

Benedikt Böhm Dynafit39s Posterboy Benedikt Bhm on Risk Racing and Raising Kids

Double8 Expedition – Final preparation


Selected results

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  • 2004:
  • 5th, German Championship
  • 2005:
  • 5th, German Championship
  • speed record in high altitude mountaineering with downhill skiing at the Muztagata together with Sebastian Haag under the leadership of Matthias Robl, 23 August 2005
  • 2006:
  • speed record in high altitude mountaineering with downhill skiing at the Gasherbrum II together with Sebastian Haag under the leadership of Luis Stitzinger, 3 August 2006
  • Patrouille des Glaciers

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  • 2008: 2nd ("seniors I" ranking), together with Georg Nickaes and Gerhard Reithmeier
  • 2010: 2nd ("seniors II" ranking), together with Javier Martín de Villa and Pete Swenson


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    References

    Benedikt Böhm Wikipedia


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