Matthias Lanzinger
Matthias Lanzinger
Matthias Lanzinger is an Austrian former Alpine skier. In 2000 he was the Junior World Champion. Winning the European cup last season, he finished third in the Super-G World Cup at Beaver Creek on December 1, 2005. This was his only podium in the World Cup.
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Sochi 2014: Paralympian Matthias Lanzinger learns to ski again
CNN - about 3 years
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„taz“ fordert: Keine Werbung mehr im Sport - Salzburger Nachrichten
Google News - over 5 years
Die Tageszeitung Österreich zeigte auf ihrer Titelseite ein Bild des Skirennläufers Matthias Lanzinger. Das Logo der Kronenzeitung, das er, wie im Sponsoringvertrag vereinbart, auf seinem Pullover trug, war einfach wegretuschiert worden
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Viel Freude mit Herrn Minister Darabos - Kleine Zeitung
Google News - over 5 years
Darüber würden sich sicher auch UEFA-Richter Thomas Partl, Matthias Lanzinger, LASK-Präsident Peter-Michael Reichel, ÖSV-Generalsekretär Klaus Leistner, Jacques-Lemans-Marketing-Lady Christine Bergmann, ÖSV-Vizepräsident Anton Leikam,
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Österreichische Damen- Teams überzeugen auf ganzer Linie - austria.com
Google News - over 5 years
Angesagt haben sich unter vielen anderen Armin Assinger, Attila Dogudan, Michaela Dorfmeister, Stephan Eberharter, Andreas Goldberger, Karl- Heinz & Fiona Grasser, Udo Jürgens, Martin Koch, Michael Konsel, Robert Kratky, Anja Kruse, Matthias Lanzinger,
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Beach-Spektakel: Wörthersee als Kitz des Sommers - DiePresse.com
Google News - over 5 years
Auf der Liste finden sich etwa Michaela Dorfmeister, Stephan Eberharter, Andreas Goldberger, Michael Konsel, Matthias Lanzinger, Hubert Neuper, Fritz Strobl und David Zauner. Und ja, auch Karl-Heinz Grasser und Fiona Swarovski wollen kommen
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Tennis: Tappe Open mit prominenter Unterstützung - salzburg24.at
Google News - over 5 years
Wir hoffen auf viele Zuschauer, wenn Hermann Maier, Andreas Goldberger, Matthias Lanzinger, Nico Kovac, Andreas Promegger, Artur Trost, uvm gemeinsam mit den Top- Spielern des Rollstuhltennisturnieres am Montag das Auftaktspiel bestreiten
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Bilder vom "Trumer Triathlon 2011" in Obertrum - salzburg24.at
Google News - over 5 years
Oberösterreichischen Landesmeisterschaften ausgetragen. Das Highlight, die Mitteldistanz der Herren, findet am Sonntag statt. Mit dabei waren am Samstag auch Hannes Reichelt und Andreas Matt sowie das Raiffeisen- Testimonial Matthias Lanzinger
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Heather Mills will Gold bei Paralympics - Salzburger Nachrichten
Google News - almost 6 years
Mit Matthias Lanzinger möchte sie Skifahren. „Ich will wissen, ob man mit Prothese genauso fahren kann, wie ohne“, so Mills. Vor kurzem hat sie in der Gegend um den Millstätter See ein Haus erworben. „Ich liebe Kärnten. Ich kam erstmals hierher,
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Heather Mills fühlt sich nach Ski-Sturz gut - relevant
Google News - almost 6 years
Mit Matthias Lanzinger möchte sie Skifahren. "Ich will wissen, ob man mit Prothese genauso fahren kann, wie ohne", so Mills. Vor kurzem hat sie in der Gegend um den Millstätter See ein Haus erworben. "Ich liebe Kärnten. Ich kam erstmals hierher,
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Skiing Officials Try to Slow Run of Injuries
NYTimes - about 7 years
Nine weeks before the Winter Olympics begin in Vancouver, international skiing officials are scrambling to address safety concerns raised by a recent spate of horrific crashes by some of the world's most accomplished skiers. Two reigning men's world champions and a former women's World Cup overall winner are among those whose Olympic hopes have
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SPORTS BRIEFING | SKIING; Austrian Skier Loses Part of Leg
NYTimes - almost 9 years
Matthias Lanzinger of Austria had his lower left leg amputated Tuesday because of complications after breaking two bones in a crash at a World Cup event in Kvitfjell, Norway. Lanzinger, 27, broke his tibia and fibula Sunday during the super-G event. The double fracture severely damaged blood vessels, which hampered blood circulation in the leg. The
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SKIING ROUNDUP; Miller Edged Out in Super-G
NYTimes - almost 9 years
Georg Streitberger of Austria won the men's super-G Sunday in Kvitfjell, Norway, earning his first World Cup victory by edging Bode Miller by two-tenths of a second. Streitberger finished the 2,574-meter course in 1 minute 26.68 seconds, and moved to 10th from 21st in the super-G standings. Didier Cuche of Switzerland was third, 0.32 seconds behind
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Magic Eludes Miller as Reichelt Wins the World Cup Super-G
NYTimes - about 11 years
Bode Miller's attempt to recreate the racing magic he exhibited at last year's World Cup event in Beaver Creek lasted 38 seconds on the first day of competition Thursday as he missed a gate and skied off the super-G course. Miller, as usual, was skiing the most aggressive line on the steep top portion of the challenging course and paid for it,
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    TWENTIES
  • 2008
    Age 27
    On Sunday March 2, 2008 during a World Cup Super-G run at Kvitfjell in Norway, Lanzinger crashed into a gate, tumbling down the steep slope.
    More Details Hide Details A contributing factor to the severity of the injury was the fact that the release mechanism on one of his ski binding did not trigger immediately. The reason therefore was that his leg, already broken, did not provide the resistance needed to open the mechanism. He sustained an open fracture of one leg, and was flown by private helicopter first to Lillehammer hospital where surgery was performed, then on to Ullevål University Hospital in Oslo by ambulance helicopter for a new surgery due to problems with the blood circulation in the leg. On Tuesday morning, after the third surgery, the second one for restoring blood circulation to his left leg, the doctors announced that it would have to be amputated below the knee. After surgery by Dr. Thomas Hölzenbein, his condition was described as "stable", and it was affirmed that Lanzinger "could have died" without the amputation because the leg was virtually dead below the knee. The treatment of Lanzinger's injury during the first hours has been critiziced, and some comments have held that a better attention to the blood circulation in an early time could have saved Lanzinger's leg. The security of the slope in Kvitfjell has also been criticized, also before this accident happened. The Austrian ski federation has stated that they will continue to support Lanzinger both personally and publicly.
  • 2005
    Age 24
    Winning the European cup last season, he finished third in the Super-G World Cup at Beaver Creek on December 1, 2005.
    More Details Hide Details This was his only podium in the World Cup.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2000
    Age 19
    In 2000 he was the Junior World Champion.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1980
    Born
    Born in 1980.
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