Skiing Career Highlights
Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway Born 1971 in Oslo. Along with Lasse Kjus, Aamodt was the first Norwegian to have an impact on Alpine skiing World Cup. A consistent winner on the World Cup circuit over a long career and very competitive in major championships winning 13 medals. In 2006 he surprised everyone by retaining his Olympic Super G title.

 

Major Victories

1992:
Olympics - Super G
Super G - Aspen
1993:
World - Giant Slalom, Slalom
World Cup - Super G
World Cup - Giant Slalom
Super G - Aspen
Super G - Lillehammer
Super G - Aare
Giant Slalom - Sestriere
Giant Slalom - Oppdal
Giant Slalom - Aare
1994:
World Cup - Overall
World Cup - Combined
Downhill - Chamonix
Giant Slalom - Hinterstoder
Giant Slalom - Vail
1995:
1996:

Super G - Kvitfjell
1997:
World - Combined
World Cup - Combined

Giant Slalom - Adelboden
1998:
1999:

World - Combined
World Cup - Combined

2000:
World Cup - Slalom
World Cup - Combined
Slalom - Wengen
2001:
World - Combined
2002:
Olympics - Combined

World Cup - Combined
2003:
2004:
2005:
2006:

Olympics - Combined