Synonyms for hinterseer or Related words with hinterseer

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Examples of "hinterseer"
Hinterseer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Ernst Hinterseer (born 27 February 1932 in Kitzbühel) is a former alpine skier from Austria.
Lukas Hinterseer (born 28 March 1991) is an Austrian footballer who plays for FC Ingolstadt 04.
Hinterseer is the son of Ernst Hinterseer, who won a gold medal in slalom skiing at the 1960 Winter Olympics. Hans Hinterseer also became a member of the Austrian ski team. He won six alpine skiing World Cup races in the slalom and giant slalom, and the overall giant slalom contest at the 1973 Alpine Skiing World Cup. He also won the silver medal at the world championship in 1974, and participated at the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck.
Hans "Hansi" Hinterseer (born 2 February 1954) is an Austrian singer, actor, entertainer and former alpine skier.
His sons Ernst, Georg, and Hansi also became ski racers. He is the grandfather of Lukas Hinterseer.
He is the grandson of former Olympic champion and World Cup winner, alpine skier Ernst Hinterseer and also the nephew of singer and former alpine skier Hansi Hinterseer. He made his international debut in a 1–0 win against USA in November 2013.
In 2012 the Austrian singer Hansi Hinterseer covered the song titled "So Sehr Liebe Ich Dich" (So Much I love You).
Her last Eurovision attempt was in 1992 with "Wir sehen uns wieder", which came third in the German selection show, "Ein Lied Für Malmö". Valaitis left show business in the end of 1993, but began releasing new material in the 2000s. She released "Ich lebe für den Augenblick" in 2001 and "Was kann ich denn dafür", a duet with the Austrian singer Hansi Hinterseer, in 2002. Valaitis recorded another duet with Hinterseer, "" (the folk song on which Wooden Heart was based), in summer 2006.
NOOR Images was launched in 2007 at Visa pour l’Image festival by the former managing director Claudia Hinterseer and member photographers Pep Bonet, Stanley Greene, Yuri Kozyrev, Kadir van Lohuizen, Francesco Zizola and former members Jan Grarup, Samantha Appleton, Philip Blenkinsop and Jodi Bieber.
Seven nations won medals in alpine skiing, with Switzerland leading the medal table, winning two golds. Austria won the most total medals with five, one gold, two silver and two bronze. Austria's Ernst Hinterseer led the individual medal table, with one gold and one bronze. The top women's medalist was the United States' Penny Pitou with two silver medals.
LagosPhoto 2013 inaugurated the FOTObook project, an international exchange program between art book designers and emerging Nigerian artists that allows for an intensive study into the specialised domain of art book design and publication. Internationally acclaimed photography book designer Teun van der Heijden lead a master workshop for the FOTObook project, along with workshop facilitators Andrea Stultiens, Hans Wilschut, Cristina de Middel, and Claudia Hinterseer. FOTObook is supported by the Mondriaan Fund.
In the 1950s, local legends like Ernst Hinterseer, Hias Leitner, Anderl Molterer, Christian Pravda, Fritz Huber Jr. and Toni Sailer wrote skiing history. They put Kitzbühel on the map and their names still resonate today. Now there is a new generation earning the title of Kitzbühel legends: Rosi Schipflinger, Axel Naglich, Kaspar Frauenschuh and David Kreiner. With sporting achievements, fashion and food, they are part of Kitzbühel's unique culture
The sisters have since done various performances, including an open-air concert, the Hansi Hinterseer Open Air 2010, singing "Zwei Senoritas" (Two Señoritas), which was released in 2010 on the album 'Ihre grossen Erfolge & 5 neue Titel'. They have also performed on the popular entertainment program, Musikantenstadl. Songs performed include Edelweiss from The Sound of Music and Mariandl, composed by Hans Lang. The song itself which has also been performed by Petula Clark and Jimmy Young in its English version.
On 12 March 2011 "Musikantenstadl" celebrated their 30-year anniversary of being on TV. The show was located in Freiburg, Germany was hosted by Andy Borg. Unfortunately this was the same day as the Japan tsunami, so "Musikantenstadl" was not broadcast live. The show was later aired on 26 March 2011. A few singers performing were: Hansi Hinterseer, Semino Rossi, Die Stoakogler, Peter Kraus, Stefan Mross, Francine Jordi, DJ Ötzi, Oesch's die Dritten and Ursprung Buam. The first host Karl Moik was not present at the celebration show.
As a result of the high popularity of ZDF Fernsehgarten, the program went on tour for the spring and winter Sunday broadcasts of 2014 before returning to the open-air studio in Mainz for the summer. Three winter productions took place in Obertauern, Austria with a fourth special in Kitzbühel featuring Hansi Hinterseer. Further to the tour in spring, the show was broadcast from R2 Hotel Rio Costa Calma in Fuerteventura. In the Autumn of 2014, the show went on tour for one episode live from Schloßberg in Graz and one episode from the Therme Merano spa hotel in Merano, South Tyrol.
Despite the lack of facilities at Squaw Valley, the resort did have steep mountain slopes in close proximity, resulting in some of the most difficult alpine skiing courses in Olympic history. Both men and women competed in the downhill, giant slalom and slalom with all 6 events held between February 20 and 26. The men's downhill was won by Frenchman Jean Vuarnet who changed the sport by becoming the first Olympic champion to use metal skis. Swiss skier Roger Staub won the giant slalom and Ernst Hinterseer from Austria was the slalom champion. German Heidi Biebl won the women's downhill, Yvonne Rüegg of Switzerland won the giant slalom and Anne Heggtveit from Canada won the slalom. Penny Pitou of the United States was the only multiple medal winner with two silvers in the downhill and giant slalom.
Popular Schlager singers include Michael Wendler, Roland Kaiser, Hansi Hinterseer, Jürgen Drews, Andrea Berg, Helene Fischer, Nicole, Claudia Jung, Andrea Jürgens, Michelle, Kristina Bach, Marianne Rosenberg, Simone Stelzer, Christian Lais, Semino Rossi, Vicky Leandros, , DJ Ötzi and Andreas Gabalier who was voted best 'Schlager' singer in 2012. Stylistically, schlager continues to influence German "party pop": music most often heard in après-ski bars and Majorcan mass discos. Contemporary schlager is often mingled with Volkstümliche Musik. If it is not part of an ironic kitsch revival, a taste for both styles of music is commonly associated with a lower and lower middle class habitus, typically heard in folksy pubs, at fun fairs, and bowling league venues.
Austria Wien kicked off their Bundesliga campaign on 20 July against Admira Wacker Mödling. Austria Wien won 2–0 with goals from Philipp Hosiner and Marko Stanković. Austria Wien finished the first matchday in second place. Austria Wien faced Red Bull Salzburg in the Bundesliga on matchday two on 27 July. Red Bull Salzburg won 5–1. Alexander Grünwald scored for Austria Wien. Jonathan Soriano, Alan, Kevin Kampl, and André Ramalho Silva scored for Red Bull Salzburg. Kevin Kampl scored two of the goals. Austria Wien finished July in sixth place in the table. Austria Wien started August with matchday three of the Bundesliga against Ried on 3 August. The match ended in a 3–3 draw. Marko Stanković (2 goals) and Tomáš Jun scored for Austria Wien. René Gartler, Oliver Kragl, and Furkan Aydogdu scored for Ried. Austria Wien remained in sixth place in the table. Austria Wien faced Rapid Wien on matchday four on 11 August. This was the 306th Wiener Derby. The match ended in a 0–0 draw. Austria Wien finished the matchday in sixth place. Austria Wien faced Wiener Neustadt on matchday five on 17 August. Austria Wien won 5–0 with goals from Alexander Gorgon, Tomáš Jun, Philipp Hosiner, and Marko Stanković. Hosiner scored two goals. Austria Wien finished the matchday in fifth place. Austria Wien faced Wolfsberg on matchday six on 25 August. Austria Wien won 4–1. Daniel Royer, Alexander Grünwald, Marko Stanković, and Roman Kienast scored for Austria Wien. Dario Baldauf scored for Wolfsberg. Austria Wien finished the matchday in fourth place. Austria Wien finished August with matchday seven of the Bundesliga on 31 August against Wacker Innsbruck. The match ended as a 1–1 draw. Austria Wien hadn't scored against Wacker in 656 minutes. Rubin Okotie scored for Austria Wien and Lukas Hinterseer scored for Wacker Innsbruck. Austria Wien Finished August in fourth place. Austria Wien started September with matchday 8 of the Bundesliga against Grödig 14 September. Austria Wien lost 3–2. Austria Wien got goals from Marko Stanković and Daniel Royer. Grödig's goalscorers were Mario Leitgeb and Philipp Huspek. Mario Leitgeb scored two goals. Austria Wien finished the matchday in fifth place. The following day, Alexander Grünwald picked up an Anterior cruciate ligament injury during training. Austria Wien faced Sturm Graz on matchday nine on 21 September. Austria Wien won 2–1. Philipp Hosiner and Marko Stanković scored for Austria Wien and Daniel Beichler scored for Sturm Graz. Austria Wien finished the matchday in fourth place. A MRI on 23 September showed that Marko Stanković had a torn muscle in the calf and would "miss several weeks."