Marc Girardelli (nacido el 18 de julio de 1963 en Lustenau, Austria, aunque de nacionalidad luxemburguesa) es un esquiador retirado que ganó dos Medallas Olímpicas de plata, cuatro Campeonatos del Mundo (once Medallas en total), cinco Generales de la Copa del Mundo (y diez Copas del Mundo en diferentes disciplinas) y 43 victorias ...
Marc Girardelli(born 18 July 1963) is an Austrian–Luxembourgerformer alpine ski racer, a five-time World Cupoverall champion who excelled in all five alpine disciplines. Biography Born in Lustenau, Austria into a family originally from Valsugana, Italy, Girardelli started skiing at the age of five and was racing at seven.
One of the dominant figures in men’s alpine skiing in the 1980s and 1990s, Marc Giradelli created a lasting legacy in his sport, and helped put Luxembourg on the Olympic map. The stuff of legends
Natural born all-rounder. Girardelli was the consummate all-rounder, excelling in each of the five alpine disciplines (downhill, slalom, giant slalom, super-G and combined), and racking up numerous victories in the top international competitions.
Marc Girardelli (born July 18th, 1963 in Lustenau, Austria) was perhaps the most gifted all-rounder of the Alpine Ski modern era. He started skiing at the age of five, and started racing at seven. He stood out as a youngster, by winning the Topolino Trophy and the Ovo Grand Prix in 1975 and 1976. 1976 was a turning year for Girardelli.
Marc Girardelli won the Hahnenkamm downhill in Kitzbühel and the Lauberhorn downhill events. The sum total of his succeses is impressive: he won 46 international World Cup championships in skiing, won two gold medals and one bronze at the World Championships and two medals at the Winter Olympic Games in Albertville in 1992.