Type of Impairment
Further personal information
Husband Emil, three children
English, French, German
Sport specific information
When and where did you begin this sport?
She began around 2003.
Why this sport?
In 2003, her husband Emil discovered a training programme to become a guide in alpine skiing, which encouraged her to get into the sport.
Club / Team
Oberosterreichischer Blindensportclub [OOBSC]: Austria
Mountaineering, skiing, reading, snowshoeing, swimming, horse riding, knitting, creative handiwork. (Vancouver, 21 Mar 2010)
In 1973, a genetic anomaly led to visual impairment. (paralympic.org, 08 Dec 2011)
|Women's Downhill Visually impaired||Final Round||2|
|Women's Slalom Visually impaired||Final Round||2|
|Women's Giant Slalom Visually impaired||Final Round||3|
|Women's Super-G Visually impaired||Final Round||1|
|Women's Slalom Visually impaired||Final Round||1|
|Women's Giant Slalom Visually impaired||Final Round||2|
|Women's Super Combined Visually impaired||Final Round||9999|
|Women's Super-G Visually impaired||Final Round||9999|
|Women's Downhill Visually impaired||Final Round||4|
|Women's Slalom VI||Final||2009-02-20||1|
|Women's Giant Slalom VI||Final||2009-02-21||1|
|Women's Super-G VI||Final||2009-02-23||3|