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Katja Seizinger

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Club  Ski Club Halblech
Seasons  9 – (2002–98)
Teams  4 – (1991–97)
Height  1.71 m
Teams  3 – (1992–98)
Role  Olympic athlete
Retired  April 1999 – (age 26)
Name  Katja Seizinger

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Born  10 May 1972 (age 43) Datteln, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany (1972-05-10)
Wins  36 – (16 DH, 16 SG, 4 GS)
Olympic medals  Alpine Skiing at the 1994 Winter Olympics - Women's Downhill
Disciplines  Giant slalom, Slalom skiing
Similar People  Hilde Gerg, Martina Ertl‑Renz, Pernilla Wiberg, Renate Gotschl, Isolde Kostner

World cup debut  December 10, 1989

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Katja Seizinger (born 10 May 1972) is a former alpine ski racer, the most successful alpine racer from Germany.

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Born in Datteln, North Rhine-Westphalia, Seizinger won three Olympic gold and two bronze medals, and won eleven World Cup season titles: two overall, four downhill and five Super-G. She was a three-time winner of Germany's sportswoman of the year award.

Katja Seizinger Olympia Sttzpunkt Bayern

With Olympic downhill victories in 1994 and 1998, she became the first to win consecutive Olympic gold medals in the same alpine speed event, and also the first woman to successfully defend an Olympic alpine title.

Katja Seizinger 1998 Winter Olympics Nagano Katja Seizinger Feature

Seizinger injured both knees while training in June 1998, sat out the entire 1999 season, then retired in April.

Season titles

  • 11 titles – (2 overall, 4 DH, 5 SG)
  • Race victories

  • 36 wins – (16 DH, 16 SG, 4 GS)
  • References

    Katja Seizinger Wikipedia


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