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epa04602716 Anna Fenninger of Austria celebrates her gold medal during the flower ceremony after the Ladies Super-G at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, 03 February 2015. The World Championships run from 02 February through 15 February. EPA/JOHN G. MABANGLO

Anna Fenninger (born 18 June 1989) is an Austrian World Cup alpine ski racer and Olympic gold medalist. She is the overall World Cup champion for the 2015 season, won in March 2015.

Born in Hallein, Fenninger is from the village of Adnet in Salzburg. She started competing in all five alpine disciplines, but omitted slalom as of January 2012. Her first major success was becoming world champion in the super combined in 2011, without having won a World Cup race before. At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Fenninger won the super-G at Rosa Khutor for her first Olympic medal, and at the end of the season she won the World Cup overall and giant slalom titles.

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Ski racing

2006–2010: World Cup Debut and first successes

In the 2006 Junior World Championships, Fenninger won the gold in the super-G, silver in the downhill, and finished fifth in the slalom.

On 11 November 2006, Fenninger made her World Cup debut in the slalom at Levi, Finland. She tallied her first World Cup points (top 30) on 21 January 2007 in Cortina d’Ampezzo, where she finished 16th in the giant slalom.

After another top 20 placing, she improved again on 22 December 2007 in St. Anton, where she received her best result of fourth in the super combined. At the 2008 Junior World Championships, Fenninger won gold in the giant slalom and silver in both combined and downhill.

In the 2009 season she achieved six top 10 placings, with her greatest success being a second place in the super-G event in Cortina d’Ampezzo on 26 January 2009. At the World Championships in Val-d’Isère Fenninger became 4th and 7th in the super-G and the super combined events, respectively. She won the bronze medal in the super-G event at the 2009 Junior World Championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

In the next season, Fenninger had three top 10 finishes. At the 2010 Winter Olympics she placed 16th in the super-G and the super combined events, and 25th in the downhill.

2011: World Champion

The 2011 season was a very successful season for Fenninger. She had twelve World Cup top ten finishes, which included two podiums, and finished 12th in the overall standings. She was 6th in the season’s downhill standings, and 7th in the super-G. At the 2011 World Championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Fenninger won gold in the super combined and silver in the team event, together with Romed Baumann, Michaela Kirchgasser, Benjamin Raich, Marlies Schild and Philipp Schörghofer. She completed the season by winning the gold medal in the super-G at the Austrian Championships in late March.

 

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2012–2013: first World Cup victories, bronze medal in Schladming

In late December 2011, Fenninger won her first World Cup event in Lienz, Austria, in the Giant slalom. Her most consistent World Cup podium results have been in the super-G. After another giant slalom win in Austria in December 2012, Fenninger’s first super-G victory came in March 2013 in Germany.

At the 2013 World Championships in Schladming, Austria, Fenninger won bronze in the giant slalom.

In the alpine skiing World Cup overall ranking 2013 she finished third behind Tina Maze and Maria Höfl-Riesch.

 

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2014 Sochi Olympics and World Cup overall title

The 2014 season was Fenninger’s most successful season so far. At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Fenninger won the super-G at Rosa Khutor for her first Olympic medal, winning by over a half-second. Three days later, she won a silver medal in the giant slalom, held in the rain.

In the next three races after the Olympics, Fenninger had a runner-up finish and two wins, which gave her 280 more points and temporary lead over Höfl-Riesch. in the World Cup overall standings. Höfl-Riesch. regained the lead after the slalom at Are, but was injured in the downhill at the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide. The next day, Fenninger secured her first World Cup overall title with a runner-up finish in the super-G. She won the season-ending giant slalom to clinch the crystal globe for that discipline as well. Fenninger was runner-up for the season in both speed events, downhill and super-G and finished with four World Cup victories and eleven podiums. Including the Olympics, she had five wins and thirteen podiums during the 2014 season.

 

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2015 Vail/Beaver Creek World Championships and World Cup titles

Fenninger had her most successful World Championships to date winning gold medals in the Super G and GS and a silver in the downhill. Following the World Championships she continued her form in the World Cup. On January 19 she had trailed Tina Maze by 361 points in the overall. On March 13 she briefly overtook Maze in the standings with a dominant win in the GS in Åre, to take her ninth straight World Cup podium and fifth victory of the season. It was the first time she had led the overall since winning the first race of the season: the GS in Sölden. Only five races remained. The overall and GS titles would go to the last run of the last race of the season: the GS in Meribel. Fenninger was then trailing Maze by 18 points in the overall and had an 86-point lead over team mate Eva Maria Brem in the GS standings. Fenninger took a win, and with it the GS and overall titles.

 

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Conservation efforts

Fenninger supports the non-profit organisation Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), whose mission is to be the world’s resource charged with protecting the cheetahs and ultimately ensuring its future on our planet. Her racehelmet has a cheetah design, and as an ambassador of this organisation she was publishing several videos and photographs with herself in cheetah design, with the aim of raising awareness that they are almost extinct.

Since 2013 Fenninger is also a partner of the Austrian non-profit organisation Build an Ark – engaged in wildlife conservation for many years – in order to create a long-term effect for the Cheetah project. The cooperation of a top-athlete and a wildlife conservation association, themed “top-class sports meets wildlife conservation” is intended to raise awareness of the cheetah’s plight and of society’s role in its long-term survival.

World Cup results

Season titles

  • 4 titles – (2 overall, 2 giant slalom)
Season Discipline
2014 Overall
Giant slalom
2015 Overall
Giant slalom

Season standings

Season Age Overall Slalom Giant
slalom
Super-G Downhill Combined
2007 17 108  — 40  —  —  —
2008 18 60  — 52 32  — 14
2009 19 20 39 52 15 21 7
2010 20 26  —  — 13 26 6
2011 21 12 59 33 7 6 9
2012 22 5 54 4 3 19 8
2013 23 3  — 2 3 8 13
2014 24 1  — 1 2 2 8
2015 25 1  — 1 2 2 1

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Race podiums

 

  • 14 wins – (2 SG, 1 KB, 11 GS)
  • 43 podiums – (8 DH, 19 SG, 1 KB, 15 GS)
Season Date Location Discipline Place
2009 26 Jan 2009  Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy Super-G 2nd
2011 8 Jan 2011  Zauchensee, Austria Downhill 3rd
21 Jan 2011  Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy Super-G 3rd
2012 4 Dec 2011  Lake Louise, Canada Super-G 2nd
7 Dec 2011  Beaver Creek, USA Super-G 3rd
28 Dec 2011  Lienz, Austria Giant slalom 1st
8 Jan 2012  Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria Super-G 3rd
5 Feb 2012  Garmisch, Germany Super-G 2nd
18 Mar 2012  Schladming, Austria Giant slalom 2nd
2013 2 Dec 2012  Lake Louise, Canada Super-G 3rd
19 Dec 2012  Åre, Sweden Giant slalom 2nd
28 Dec 2012  Semmering, Austria Giant slalom 1st
12 Jan 2013  St. Anton, Austria Downhill 3rd
13 Jan 2013 Super-G 2nd
26 Jan 2013  Maribor, Slovenia Giant slalom 3rd
3 Mar 2013  Garmisch, Germany Super-G 1st
9 Mar 2013  Ofterschwang, Germany Giant slalom 1st
2014 30 Nov 2013  Beaver Creek, USA Super-G 2nd
7 Dec 2013  Lake Louise, Canada Downhill 3rd
8 Dec 2013 Super-G 3rd
14 Dec 2013    St. Moritz, Switzerland Super-G 3rd
28 Dec 2013  Lienz, Austria Giant slalom 1st
11 Jan 2014  Altenmarkt, Austria Downhill 2nd
2 Mar 2014    Crans Montana, Switzerland Downhill 2nd
6 Mar 2014  Åre, Sweden Giant slalom 1st
7 Mar 2014 Giant slalom 1st
13 Mar 2014    Lenzerheide, Switzerland Super-G 2nd
16 Mar 2014 Giant slalom 1st
2015 25 Oct 2014  Sölden, Austria Giant slalom 1st
5 Dec 2014  Lake Louise, Canada Downhill 2nd
21 Dec 2014  Val-d’Isère, France Super-G 2nd
28 Dec 2014  Kühtai, Austria Giant slalom 2nd
19 Jan 2015  Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy Super-G 2nd
24 Jan 2015    St. Moritz, Switzerland Downhill 2nd
25 Jan 2015 Super-G 2nd
21 Feb 2015  Maribor, Slovenia Giant slalom 1st
1 Mar 2015  Bansko, Bulgaria Super combined 1st
2 Mar 2015 Super G 1st
7 Mar 2015  Garmisch, Germany Downhill 2nd
8 Mar 2015 Super-G 3rd
13 Mar 2015  Åre, Sweden Giant slalom 1st
19 Mar 2015  Méribel, France Super-G 2nd
22 Mar 2015 Giant Slalom 1st

World Championship results

  Year  Age  Slalom  Giant
slalom
Super-G Downhill Combined
2009 19 32 4 DNF 7
2011 21 5 17 1
2013 23 3 DNF 11 DNF2
2015 25 1 1 2 4

Olympic results

  Year  Age  Slalom  Giant
slalom
Super-G Downhill Combined
2010 20 16 25 16
2014 24 2 1 DNF 8

 

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epa04602716 Anna Fenninger of Austria celebrates her gold medal during the flower ceremony after the Ladies Super-G at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA, 03 February 2015. The World Championships run from 02 February through 15 February. EPA/JOHN G. MABANGLO

Österreichs SportlerInnen des Jahres 2014 - Anna Fenninger

Österreichs SportlerInnen des Jahres 2014 – Anna Fenninger

Österreichs SportlerInnen des Jahres 2014 - Anna Fenninger

Österreichs SportlerInnen des Jahres 2014 – Anna Fenninger

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GEPA-19021443087 - SOTSCHI,RUSSLAND,19.FEB.14 - SPORT DIVERS, OLYMPIA, SKI ALPIN - Olympische Winterspiele Sotschi 2014, Riesentorlauf der Damen, Siegerehrung, Medaillenvergabe am Medal Plaza. Bild zeigt Anna Fenninger (AUT). Keywords: Medaille. Foto: GEPA pictures/ Mario Kneisl

GEPA-19021443087 – SOTSCHI,RUSSLAND,19.FEB.14 – SPORT DIVERS, OLYMPIA, SKI ALPIN – Olympische Winterspiele Sotschi 2014, Riesentorlauf der Damen, Siegerehrung, Medaillenvergabe am Medal Plaza. Bild zeigt Anna Fenninger (AUT). Keywords: Medaille. Foto: GEPA pictures/ Mario Kneisl

 

 

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