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Ludwig Leitner

Ludwig Leitner
Medal record
Competitor for  West Germany
Men’s Alpine skiing
World championship
Gold 1964 Innsbruck Combined
Bronze 1962 Chamonix Combined
Bronze 1966 Portillo Combined

Ludwig Leitner (February 24, 1940 – March 21, 2013) was a West German alpine ski racer and world champion, born in Mittelberg, Austria.

Leitner became a world champion in the combined event in Innsbruck in 1964.[1] He earned world championship bronze medals in the combined event 1962 and 1966.

Leitner competed at the 1960 Winter Olympics, where he finished 4th in slalom. At the 1964 Winter Olympics, he finished 5th in the slalom and 5th in the downhill.

References

External links

  • Ski-db.com - Ludwig Leitner
  • Ludwig Leitner's obituary (German)
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