detail-1 Hermann Maier

                                                            portrait Hermann Maier

Hermann Maier

Birthday:
1972-12-07
Sexe:
male
Nationality:
Austria
_Height:
181
Residence:
Salzburg
Favorite Ski Resort:
Snow Space Salzburg
Favorite World Cup:
Lauberhorn, Streif, Birds of Prey
FIS:
Hermann Maier at FIS
Site web:
https://www.hm1.com/

Biography

The "Herminator" from Flachau. Passion, perseverance, determination, the will to win - terms that are inextricably linked with the name Hermann Maier. And natural wit as well as a certain shrewdness. These are all qualities that have made him a phenomenon, a household name and the Herminator in the course of his sporting career, quite apart from setting records, winning medals and crystal globes." This text on his website describes well what distinguishes him as an exceptional athlete. His successes: Olympic champion twice, world champion three times, overall World Cup winner four times, 54 World Cup victories. But Hermann Maier became a living legend after a serious motorcycle accident that left him fighting for his life in 2001. Nevertheless, he still fought his way back to the top - with passion, perseverance, determination and the will to win. And was awarded the Laureus World Sports Award in the category "Comeback of the Year" in 2004. And with it the Herminator was born.

Career Highlights

World Cup

2008
Year City
Beaver Creek 2nd Super G
2008
Year City
Lake Louise 1st Super G
Kitzbuehel 2nd Super G
2006
Year City
Hinterstoder 3rd Super G
Garmish-Partenkirchen 1st Downhill
Kitzbuehel 1st Super G
2005
Year City
Soelden 1st Giant Slalom
Kvitfjell 1st Super G
Kvitfjell 1st Downhill
Kranjska Gora 2nd Giant Slalom
Garmish-Partenkirchen 2nd Downhill
2004
Year City
Alta Badia 3rd Giant Slalom
Gardena/Groeden 2nd Super G
Val d'Isère 3rd Giant Slalom
Beaver Creek 2nd Giant Slalom
Lake Louise 2nd Super G
Sestriere 1st Super G
Kvitfjell 3rd Super G
St. Anton 1st Downhill
Garmish-Partenkirchen 1st Super G
Kitzbuehel 2nd Super G

Olympic Games

2006
Year City
Sestriere 3rd Giant Slalom
Sestriere 2nd Super G

World Ski Championship

2005
Year City
Bormio 1st Giant Slalom

Cup

2005
Year City
Kitzbuehel 1st Super G