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Hannes Trinkl

Hannes Trinkl
Medal record
Men's Alpine skiing
Bronze 1998 Nagano Downhill
World Championships
Gold 2001 St. Anton Downhill

Hannes Trinkl (born 1 February 1968 in Steyr) is an Austrian former alpine skier.

World Cup victories

Date Location Race
December 22, 1993 Lech Super-G
December 29, 1993 Bormio Downhill
March 4, 1994 Aspen Downhill
December 4, 1999 Lake Louise Downhill
March 15, 2000 Bormio Downhill
March 2, 2002 Kvitfjell Downhill

References

  • "Hannes Trinkl". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com.  

External links

  • Ski-DB.com - Results - Hannes Trinkl


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