detail-1 Elisabeth Görgl

                                                            portrait Elisabeth Görgl

Elisabeth Görgl

Elisabeth Görgl at FIS


Successful on skis, as a singer, and as a speaker "At the age of ten, I decided I wanted to become a ski athlete," says Elisabeth Görgl. The Austrian athlete fulfilled her dream and won two World Championship Gold medals in the Downhill and Super-G during her successful career. She also won Bronze in a World Championship, two Olympic Bronze medals and notched up seven World Cup victories. With a total of 42 podium finishes, she won medals in all the disciplines. In 2011, the double World Champion was voted Austria's Sportswoman of the Year. She was born with a talent for skiing thanks to her mother Traudl Hecher. Her brother Stephan was also among the top athletes in the World Cup. Her second great passion is for singing. In 2011 Lizz sang the official World Championship song at the opening ceremony of the World Skiing Championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, where she became World Champion for the first time one day later. When Lizz ended her active professional sports career in 2017, she presented the first song she composed entitled "It's up to you" at her final press conference. A year later followed "Bleib kurz stehn" and the two songs "Anders" and "Zu mir" in 2019. Last year saw the release of the song "Probier es aus" to an upbeat, motivational tune and more recently Lizz's latest release entitled "Was denkst du". In addition to being a singer, Lizz is a nationally approved coach and master trainer for fitness, personal training, injury prevention and exercise therapy. As a speaker, she enjoys sharing her experiences as an elite athlete, hosting workshops, ski days, and corporate incentive events and actively shares her content on her social channels and recently on our Head Rebels app.

Career Highlights

World Cup

Year City
Meribel 2nd Downhill
Cortina d'Ampezzo 2nd Downhill
Year City
Val d'Isѐre 1st Super G
Val d'Isѐre 2nd Downhill
Lenzerheide 2nd Downhill
Cortina d'Ampezzo 1st Super G
Altenmarkt-Zauchensee 1st Downhill
Year City
Ofterschwang 3rd Giant Slalom
Sochi 2nd Downhill
Bad Kleinkirchheim 1st Downhill
Year City
Lake Louise 3rd Downhill
Aspen 2nd Giant Slalom
Soelden 3rd Giant Slalom
Lenzerheide 3rd Downhill
Tarvisio 3rd Downhill
Are 3rd Super Combined
Muenchen 3rd City Event
Year City
Val d'Isѐre 2nd Super Combined
Lake Louise 3rd Downhill
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 2nd Super G

World Ski Championships

Year City
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1st Downhill
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1st Super G

Olympic Games

Year City
Whistler Creekside 3rd Giant Slalom
Whistler Creekside 3rd Downhill

Sponsored with

Related Products