Skiing Career Highlights
Hermann Maier, Austria Born 1972 in Flachau, Austria. Known as "The Hermanator" for his charging style, he has taken up the mantle of Franz Klammer as Austrian superstar. His domination of world skiing was sadly ended by a serious motor cycle accident and his return to the elite has been slow. However, with 53 career wins and 4 overall World Cup titles he remains one of the all-time greats.

 

Major Victories

1997:
Super G - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
1998:
Olympics - Super G, Giant Slalom
World Cup - Super G
World Cup - Giant Slalom
Downhill - Bormio
Downhill - Wengen
Super G - Beaver Creek
Super G - Schladming
Super G - Schladming
Super G - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Giant Slalom - Park City
Giant Slalom - Saalbach
Giant Slalom - Adelboden
1999:
World - Downhill, Super G
World Cup - Super G
Downhill - Bormio
Super G - Val d`Isere
Super G - Innsbruck
Super G - Schladming
Super G - Kvitfjell
Giant Slalom - Solden
Giant Slalom - Adelboden
2000:
World Cup - Downhill
World Cup - Super G
Downhill - Vail
Downhill - Chamonix
Downhill - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Super G - Vail
Super G - Lake Louise
Super G - Kitzbuhel
Super G - Bormio
Giant Slalom - Tignes
Giant Slalom - Beaver Creek
Giant Slalom - Todtnau
2001:
World Cup - Downhill
World Cup - Super G
World Cup - Giant Slalom
Downhill - Vail
Downhill - Val d`Isere
Doownhill - Kitzbuhel
Downhill - Kvitfjell
Downhill - Aare
Super G - Lake Louise
Super G - Kitzbuhel
Super G - Kvitfjell
Giant Slalom - Solden
Giant Slalom - Val d`Isere
Giant Slalom - Adelboden
Giant Slalom - Shiga Kogen
Giant Slalom - Aare
2002:

2003:
2004:
World Cup - Super G

Downhill - Vail/Beaver creek
Downhill - St. Anton
Super G - Lake Louise
Super G - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Super G - Sestriere
2005:
World: - Giant Slalom

Downhill - Kvitfjell
Super G - Kitzbuhel
Super G - Kvitfjell
2006:
Downhill - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Super G - Kitzbuhel