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Inge Wersin-Lantschner

Inge Wersin-Lantschner
Medal record
Competitor for  Austria
Women’s Alpine skiing
World Championships
Gold 1933 Innsbruck Slalom
Gold 1933 Innsbruck Downhill
Gold 1933 Innsbruck Combined
Silver 1931 Mürren Slalom
Silver 1932 Cortina Downhill
Silver 1932 Cortina Combined

Inge Wersin-Lantschner, née Inge Lantschner (26 January 1905 in Innsbruck – 16 June 1997 in Innsbruck) is an Austrian alpine skier and world champion.

Wersin-Lantschner received three gold medals at the 1933 World Championships in Innsbruck, winning the slalom, the downhill and combined events.[1]


  1. ^ Official results for the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships – - (Retrieved on 20 November 2008)
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