Tina Maze

Alpine skiing

Born 2 may 1983 in Slovenj Gradec (SLO)
Disciplines: Giant Slalom, Slalom, Super G, Downhill

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Tina's word

I started skiing at the age of 3. At the beginning with my dad and then with the Crna Ski Club. Skiing is the most popular sport in my village. Other athletes, such as Mitja Kunc, made excellent results. When I started, training was rather easy, but now everything is a lot more serious. Anyway, nothing is really difficult if one has good results - and this is what pushes me forward!

Results

Highlights

2 x Gold medalist in Sochi Olympic Games 2014 (Giant Slalom & Downhill)
2 x Silver medalist in Vancouver Olympic Games 2010 (Super G & Giant Slalom)
4 x Gold medal in World Championships: Garmisch-Partenkirchen 2011 (Giant Slalom), Schaldming 2013 (Super G) and Beaver Creek/Vail 2015 (Super Combined and Downhill)
5 x Silver medal in World Championships: Val d'Isère 2009 (Giant Slalom), Garmisch 2011 (Super Combined), Schladming 2013 (Giant Slalom and Super Combined) and Beaver Creek/Vail 2015 (Super G)
Winner of the Overall Ski World Cup in 2013
Record of points in the Ski World Cup: 2'414 points achieved in 2013
Winner of the World Cup Dicipline in Giant Slalom, Super G and Super Combined in 2013
26 Alpine Ski World Cup victories
81 Alpine Ski World Cup podiums

Personal sponsors

Milka (Head sponsor)
Stoecklil (Skis, image)
Zlatarna Celje (Image)
Adria (Image)
Ski Consultant for Eurosport