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(born 9 August 1957 in Schaan) is a former Alpine skier from Liechtenstein and young brother of Willi
(born October 18, 1921) was an American politician in the state of Iowa.
(3 May 1943 – 28 February 2005) was a Liechtenstein sports shooter. He competed in the 50 metre rifle, prone event at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
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(born 18 November 1952) is a former Alpine skier from Liechtenstein who won a bronze medal in the slalom at the 1976 Olympics.
Liechtenstein competed at the 1992 Summer Paralympics in Barcelona, Spain. 3 competitors from Liechtenstein won no medals and so did not place in the medal table. Peter
, Jamod Nemeth and Christoph Sommer were all Table Tennis players who all competed in various Men's Open and Singles events.
and Nemeth also took part in the Men's Team 9 event finishing third in their group behind the eventual finalists Italy (silver) and Japan (gold).
Through the 2014 Winter Olympics, Liechtenstein has won a total of nine medals at the Winter Olympics, with eight won by two sets of siblings – the Wenzels earned six, while brothers Willi and Paul
are responsible for two more.
After retiring from competitions
graduated in business management and worked as a financial planner for the Liechtenstein National Bank. He was also active in politics with the centre-right Fortschrittliche Bürgerpartei and served a term as a municipal councillor.
Up to the 2014 Winter Olympics, Liechtenstein has won nine medals in its history of competition in the Winter Olympics, with eight of these medals achieved by two sets of siblings – Andreas and his sister Hanni are responsible for six medals, while brothers Willi and Paul
are responsible for two more.
Past exhibitions include Gary Kuehn, Otto Freundlich, Gottfried Honegger, Leiko Ikemura, Rita McBride, Paul Klee, Jochen Gerz, André Thomkins, František Kupka, Andy Warhol, Fabian Marcaccio, Alighiero Boetti, Fred Sandback, Georg Malin, Sean Scully, Matts Leiderstam, Ferdinand Nigg, Monika Sosnowska, Joseph Beuys, Thomas Schütte, Kazimir Malevich, Martin
, Matti Braun, Christian Boltanski, Gotthard Graubner, Bill Bollinger or Bojan Šarčević.
was born in Dubuque County, Iowa. He was an labor and insurance representative as well as a real estate broker. He served in the Iowa House of Representatives for district 69 from 1953 to 1959, and in the Iowa State Senate from district 35 from 1959 to 1971. He is married and has a son and a daughter.
Liechtenstein competed at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece. The team included 1 athlete, but won no medals. Peter
, who had previously competed in 1988 and 1992, took part in the Table Tennis Men's Singles 8 event reaching the semi-finals.
Published in 2003, the Aachen neurologist Gereon R. Fink in the journal The neurologist a text that Poppelreuters medical work as "not be overestimated" valued. The fact that Fink Nazi convictions and his behavior towards Lowenstein not taken into account in its assessment Poppelreuters, was criticized by Peter
, Linda Orth, and Ralf Forsbach.
As an alpine country, the main sporting opportunity for Liechtensteiners to excel is in winter sports such as downhill skiing: the country's single ski area is Malbun. Hanni Wenzel won two gold medals and one silver medal in the 1980 Winter Olympics (she won bronze in 1976), and her brother Andreas won one silver medal in 1980 and one bronze medal in 1984 in the giant slalom event. With nine medals overall (all in alpine skiing), Liechtenstein has won more Olympic medals per capita than any other nation. It is the smallest nation to win a medal in any Olympics, Winter or Summer, and the only nation to win a medal in the Winter Games but not in the Summer Games. Other notable skiers from Liechtenstein are Marco Büchel, Tina Weirather, Willi
and Ursula Konzett. Liechtenstein is also the home country of Stephanie Vogt, a professional women's tennis player.
He won the silver medal in the FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships 1970 and became fourth in the FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships 1974; in both races he was overtaken by a racer with a higher number. In 1970, he was in lead (and it looked that he could gain the gold medal) - but Bernhard Russi did win. In 1974, he was on the way to win the bronze medal, but Willi
did catch it.
Liechtenstein competed at the 1988 Summer Paralympics in Seoul, South Korea. 2 competitors from Liechtenstein won no medals and so did not place in the medal table. Athlete Iris Schaelder competed in the Women's Long Jump B1, having previously competed in the same event in 1984. Table Tennis player Peter
competed in the Men's Singles TT5 and reached the quarter-final where he lost to the silver medallist Thomas Schmitt (West Germany).
Liechtenstein made its Paralympic Games début at the 1984 Summer Paralympics in Stoke Mandeville and New York City, entering just one athlete (Iris Schaedler) in athletics. The country competed again at the 1988 and 1992 Summer Games, and at the 1992 and 1994 Winter Games. It was then absent from the Paralympics until the 2004 Summer Games in Athens, where it sent just one table tennis player, Peter
. Liechtenstein was absent from the 2006 and 2010 Winter Games and the 2008 Summer Games.
is a son of Christof
, a cross-country skier and the Olympic flag bearer for Liechtenstein at the 1948 Games. At his first Olympics, in 1972, he competed in the downhill, slalom and giant slalom, but with little success. Two years later he won the first alpine skiing medal for Liechtenstein at world championships, a bronze in the downhill, and in 1978 he won another bronze, in the giant slalom. In 1976, he received a world championships silver for his combined results in the downhill, giant slalom and slalom at the 1976 Olympics – world championships were then combined with Olympics in the Olympic years, but the combined results did not count for the Olympics. He also became third in the slalom race (awarded with an Olympic bronze, and a bronze in the World Championships) - therefore he could gain four medals in four different disciplines. In the slalom (stated above) he was in lead after the first leg. - His capturing the bronze in the FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships 1974 was a great surprise, he did start with bib number 17.
Liechtenstein won its first Olympic medals: two bronzes by Willi
and Hanni Wenzel in the alpine skiing slalom events. East German athletes achieved gold medal sweeps in luge and bobsleigh, which accounted for five of the country's seven Olympic titles. Alpine skier Rosi Mittermaier won the women's downhill and slalom events to give West Germany's two gold medals in these Games. She came close to winning a third in the giant slalom, which would have made her the first woman to win all three Olympic alpine skiing events. Cross-country skier Helena Takalo contributed three of Finland's seven medals by reaching podium place finishes in all of the women's events. Two Dutch speed skaters were responsible for five of their country's six medals: Piet Kleine won the men's 10,000 metres and came second in the 5,000 metres, while Hans van Helden secured bronze medals in the same events and also in the 1,500 metres. Before these Games, Great Britain's last Winter Olympic medal had been a gold at the 1964 Games, also held in Innsbruck. Twelve years later in the same city, the British team won again a single gold medal, this time by figure skater John Curry in the men's singles with a still-standing record total score. The two bronze medals won by Swedish athletes were not enough to prevent this team's performance from becoming the weakest ever in the nation's Winter Olympic history.
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