Synonyms for diethart or Related words with diethart

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Examples of "diethart"
The final standings after the four events. Thomas Diethart was the overall winner.
Thomas Diethart (born 25 February 1992) is an Austrian ski jumper who won the 2014 Four Hills Tournament.
Four cross-country skiers, Roland Diethart, Johannes Eder, Jürgen Pinter and Martin Tauber were permanently barred by the IOC for violations of the Anti-Doping Code, and their results were annulled.
The Four Hills Tournament was won, somewhat unexpectedly, by Thomas Diethart of Austria, who won events in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Bischofshofen and finished third in Oberstdorf. Before the beginning of the Tournament, Diethart competed at only four World Cup events. Peter Prevc of Slovenia won the Ski Flying Cup with one first and one second place at Kulm flying hill. Due to Planica hill being renovated the World Cup finals took place at HS139 hill instead of the HS215. Only two events therefore counted for the Ski Flying Cup.
Diethart competed for Austria at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia in men's ski jumping in both the individual normal hill and large hill events. In the normal hill he qualified for the finals and placed fourth, while, in the large hill he did not qualify for the finals and placed 32nd. Then as part of the Austrian team along with Michael Hayböck,
Hayböck competed for Austria in both individual men's ski jumping events at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. He qualified for the finals in both events and placed 5th in the normal hill competition and 8th in the large hill. Then as part of the Austrian team along with Thomas Morgenstern, Thomas Diethart and Gregor Schlierenzauer he took a silver in the team large hill competition at the same games.
In 1950 Degner joined the Potsdam Motorcycle Club where he met Daniel Zimmermann who had built an exceptionally fast 125cc racing motorcycle based on the DKW RT125. It was called the ZPH in recognition of its designer and engineer (Daniel Zimmermann), its rider at that time (Bernhard Petruschke) and its mechanic (Diethart Henkel). The ZPH proved faster than the East German factory IFAs (later renamed MZ) whose machines were also based on the DKW RT125. Degner started racing in 1952 and after a successful season he obtained his licence to ride in the "Ausweisklasse" in 1953. The 1953 season saw Degner record his first victories at the Leipziger Stadtpark and Bernau meetings. He ended the season as runner up in the 125cc Ausweisklasse. Zimmermann provided him with a ZPH engine which Degner used to finish runner up to Horst Fugner in the 1955 East German 125cc Championship.
In March 2006, Mayer filed defamation lawsuits against Dick Pound, head of the World Anti-Doping Agency and Jacques Rogge, president of the IOC. He withdrew both suits in February 2007. The IOC held hearings in April 2007 on allegations of doping by Austrian skiers at the 2006 games. On April 25 the hearings closed, resulting in the lifetime suspensions of six Austrian skiers. Banned as a result of the hearings were biathletes Wolfgang Perner and Wolfgang Rottmann as well as cross country skiers Martin Tauber, Jürgen Pinter, Johannes Eder and Roland Diethart. While the six will be unable to compete in any capacity at any future Olympic event, the ban does not affect non-Olympic sporting events.
As with other sports, some competitors in cross-country skiing have chosen to enhance their performance through doping. Anti-doping tests at the 2001 World Nordic skiing championships in Lahti, Finland revealed that Jari Isometsä, Janne Immonen and two other skiers from Finland's gold-medal relay team, Mika Myllylä and Harri Kirvesniemi, and two female skiers tested positive for hydroxyethyl starch (HES), a blood plasma expander usually used to cover up the use of erythropoietin (EPO). EPO boosts the oxygen-carrying capability of hemoglobin. In addition, the team head coach left needles and drip bags at a public location near the Helsinki airport. At the Sochi Winter Olympic Games, Austrian cross-country skier Johannes Duerr was ejected from competition after testing positive for the blood booster EPO. In 2007, The International Olympic Committee banned biathletes, Wolfgang Perner and Wolfgang Rottmann, and the cross-country skiers, Martin Tauber, Jürgen Pinter, Johannes Eder, Roland Diethart and Christian Hoffmann, from all future Olympic competition.