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Name  Lydia Prugger

Lydia Prugger Dammkarwurm 2009 Interview mit Michaela EsslLydia Prugger YouTube
Born  22 January 1969 (age 46) (1969-01-22)

Lydia Prugger (born 22 January 1969) from Ramsau am Dachstein is an Austrian ski mountaineer.


Prugger was inspired ski mountaineering by her father and later by her husband, who is a trained mountain guide. She has held the women's record at the Hochwurzen-Berglauf since 2006, and has been member of the national team since the foundation of the ASKIMO.

Selected results

  • 2006: 1st and course record, Hochwurzen-Berglauf
  • 2007:
  • 1st, Hochwurzen-Berglauf
  • 1st, Lesachtal ski mountaineering run
  • 1st, Loser ski mountaineering race
  • 3rd, Knappen-Königs-Trophy, Bischofshofen
  • 4th, Mountain-Attack tour
  • 2008:
  • 1st, Rofan Xtreme within the Austrian Championship
  • 1st and record at the new course, Hochwurzen-Berglauf
  • 1st, Laserzlauf
  • 1st, Lesachtal ski mountaineering run
  • 4th, World Championship vertical race
  • 10th, World Championship single race
  • 2010:
  • 3rd, World Championship relay race (together with Michaela Eßl and Veronika Swidrak)
  • 5th, World Championship team race (together with Michaela Eßl)
  • 6th, World Championship vertical race
  • 7th, World Championship combination ranking
  • 2nd, Mountain Attack tour
  • 2011:
  • 6th, World Championship relay (together with Michaela Eßl and Veronika Swidrak)
  • 8th, World Championship vertical race
  • 2nd, Champ Or Cramp
  • Patrouille des Glaciers

  • 2010: 4th, (and 3rd in the "international civilian women" ranking), together with Veronika Swidrak and Michaela Eßl
  • References

    Lydia Prugger Wikipedia

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