| Ski Club Lenggries|
November 21, 2005
2 (1 gold)
| 3 – (1994 -02)|
| Downhill, Super G,
Giant Slalom, Slalom,
19 October 1975 (age 40)
Lenggries, Bavaria, Germany (1975-10-19)
17 January 1993
Wolfgang Grasl (m. 2000–2010)
Anna Barbara Grasl, Wolfgang Grasl
Martina Ertl‑Renz, Wolfgang Grasl, Katja Seizinger, Michaela Gerg‑Leitner, Deborah Compagnoni
Hilde Gerg Wikipedia
Mathilde Gerg (born 19 October 1975 in Lenggries, Upper Bavaria) is a German former alpine skier.
She was Olympic Champion in the Slalom at the 1998 Winter Olympics; at the World Championships she was bronze medallist in Combined and Super-G at Sestriere 1997, Bronze medallist in Super-G at St. Anton 2001, and gold medallist in Nation Team Event at Bormio in 2005.
In 1994 Gerg was Junior World Champion and in 1997 and 2002 she won the World Cup in her favourite discipline, Super-G.
Gerg retired from professional skiing, because of severe injuries, in November 2005.
Her cousin, Annemarie Gerg, was also a member of the German alpine ski team.20 wins – (7 DH, 1 SL, 8 SG, 3 SC, 1 Parallel slalom)