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Anna Veith

Birthday:
1989-06-18
Gender:
female
Nationality:
Austria
Height:
165
Favorite Ski Resort:
St.Anton
Favorite World Cup:
Lienz, Zauchensee
FIS:
Anna Veith at FIS
Website:
http://www.anna-veith.com/

Biography

Speed junkie with HEAD DNA. Olympic Champion in Super-G in 2014, triple World Champion in Super-G, Giant Slalom and Combined, double overall World Cup champion in 2014 and 2015, two overall discipline titles in 2014 and 2015 for the Giant Slalom and 15 World Cup victories - Anna Veith is one of the most successful skiers in World Cup history. The Austrian athlete managed all of her outstanding achievements with HEAD. Three-time Sportswoman of the Year, she remains loyal to the number one ski brand even after her racing career - as a brand and sportswear ambassador, in developing new products and projects for young recruits. She has been married to snowboarder Manuel Veith since 2016. With her #Annahilft campaign, Anna Veith works with the charity Caritas to help people who are in a vulnerable situation due to the Corona crisis. As an ambassador for the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), the Salzburg native - who describes herself as a speed junkie - is also committed to protecting the habitat of cheetahs in Africa.

Career Highlights

Olympic Games

2018
Year City
Pyeong Chang 2nd Super G
2014
Year City
Sochi 2nd Giant Slalom
Sochi 1st Super G

World Championship

2015
Year City
Vail / Beaver Creek 1st Giant Slalom
Vail / Beaver Creek 2nd Downhill
Vail / Beaver Creek 1st Super G
2013
Year City
Schladming 3rd Giant Slalom
2011
Year City
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1st Super Combined

World Cup

2018
Year City
Crans Montana 2nd Super G
2017
Year City
Val d'Isère 1st Super G
Cortina d'Ampezzo 3rd Super G
2015
Year City
Meribel 1st Giant Slalom
Meribel 2nd Super G
Are 1st Giant Slalom
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 3rd Super G
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 2nd Downhill
Bansko 1st Super G
Bansko 1st Alpine Combined
Maribor 1st Giant Slalom
St. Moritz 2nd Super G
St. Moritz 2nd Downhill
Cortina d'Ampezzo 2nd Super G