Synonyms for haselrieder or Related words with haselrieder
Examples of "haselrieder"
is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
also won two medals in the women's singles event at the FIL European Luge Natural Track Championships with a gold in 1991 and a silver in 1993.
Italy's Gerhard Plankensteiner and Oswald
are the defending world champions. Austria's Andreas and Wolfgang Linger are the two-time defending Olympic champions. Plankensteiner and
retired between the 2010 Winter Olympics and the start of the 2010-11 Luge World Cup. The first run of the event will take place on 29 January at 19:00 CET while the second run will take place at 09:00 CET the next day.
was an Italian luger who competed in the early to mid-1990s. A natural track luger, she won the bronze medal in the women's singles event at the 1994 FIL World Luge Natural Track Championships in Gsies, Italy.
The Italians won their first ever championships. Florschütz and Wustlich only trailed Plankensteiner and
by 0.008 seconds after the first run. Martin and Grimette won their fifth doubles bronze medal.
(born 22 August 1971 in Völs am Schlern, South Tyrol) is an Italian national of Austrian descent luger who competed from 1990 to 2010. Together with Gerhard Plankensteiner he won the bronze medal in the men's doubles event at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin after competing in three previous Winter Olympic Games.
also won four medals at the FIL World Luge Championships with one gold (Men's doubles: 2009) and three bronzes (Men's doubles: 1996, Mixed team: 1996, 1997). At the FIL European Luge Championships, he won seven medals with one silver (Men's doubles: 1996) and six bronzes (Men's doubles: 2002, 2008 (tied with Germany); Mixed team: 1992, 1996, 2000, 2008).
Gerhard Plankensteiner (born 8 April 1971 in Sterzing, South Tyrol) is an Italian national of Austrian descent luger who competed from 1986 to 2010. Together with Oswald
he won the bronze medal in the men's doubles event at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin.
Linger and Linger had the fastest time in both runs and won their second straight Olympic gold medal in this event, joining the East German duo of Hans Rinn and Norbert Hahn who won the event in 1976 and 1980 as the only repeat gold medalists in the event in Olympic history. This was also Austria's first gold medal at these Olympics for the co-opening ceremony flagbearers. The Šics brothers earned Latvia's first medals at these Olympics. 2002 gold medalists Leitner and Resch earned bronze medals in their last competition. Defending World Cup champions Florschütz and Wustlich finished fifth while defending world champions Plankensteiner and
finished a disappointing ninth.
As defending Olympic and European champions, Andreas and Wolfgang Linger were expected to be competitive in the doubles event. However, there were a number of other teams which were expected to be contenders for the gold medal. Italy's team of Gerhard Plankensteiner and Oswald
entered the Vancouver Games as the defending Olympic bronze medalists and the defending world champions. The test event that took place at the venue was won by the German team of André Florschütz and Torsten Wustlich, the defending Olympic silver medalists. The last World Cup event prior to the 2010 games took place in Cesana, Italy on 30 January 2010 and was won by the German duo of Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt, who might also have but contenders but who did not qualify for the 2010 Games, losing out to teammates Florschütz and Wustlich and 2002 doubles champions Patric Leitner and Alexander Resch.
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