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  1. Heinrich Messner ( Obernberg am Brenner, Austria; 1 de septiembre de 1939-19 de octubre de 2023) 1 fue un esquiador alpino austriaco. 2 . Carrera[editar] A nivel nacional ganó cinco títulos, tres de los cuales fueron en la modalidad de eslalon desde su debut en 1967 con el equipo Sportverein Tirol.

  2. Heinrich "Heini" Messner (1 September 1939 – 19 October 2023) was an Austrian alpine skier. He competed at the 1964, 1968, and 1972 Olympics and won two bronze medals: in the giant slalom in 1968 and in the downhill in 1972.

  3. 25 de oct. de 2023 · With the Tyrolean Heinrich "Heini" Messner, the winner of the very first Ski World Cup race (1967 Slalom in Berchtesgaden), passed away six weeks after his 84th birthday. Messner was as versatile as he was elegant as a racer.

  4. Heinrich „Heini“ Messner (* 1. September 1939 in Obernberg am Brenner, Tirol; † 19. Oktober 2023) war ein österreichischer Skirennläufer

  5. 19 de oct. de 2023 · Heini Messner was an Austrian alpine skier who won two bronze medals at the 1968 and 1972 Winter Olympics. He also pioneered shorter skis for technical races and won the first World Cup slalom in 1967.

  6. 19 de oct. de 2023 · Der Tiroler Skifahrer Heinrich Messner, der 1967 das erste Skiweltcuprennen gewann und 1968 und 1972 Bronze bei den Olympischen Spielen holte, ist im Alter von 84 Jahren gestorben. Er war auch als Trainer und Skischulleiter tätig.

  7. Heini Messner was a pioneer in a number of ways. He won the first World Cup race ever contested, a slalom victory at Berchtesgaden on 5 January 1967. In the 1970s he was the first skiier to move to shorter skis for the technical races, which became common in later years.