"Nothing comes from nothing!"
Cornelia Hütter's life motto says it all. The Austrian athlete never gives up. She has already suffered numerous injuries, most recently a torn cruciate ligament in March 2020. Again and again she has bounced back at full strength, equally determined. In the first race following her comeback in 2017 - also after a torn cruciate ligament - she won the Downhill in Lake Louise. That was one of two World Cup victories so far. In 2016 she stood on top of the podium in the Super-G in Lenzerheide. The police sports team athlete stood on skis for the first time at the age of two, on a skiing holiday in Val Gardena. She is from Styria and is into trial bikes, horse riding and tennis, although being a couch potato is also one of her favourite pastimes.