|birthday||26th September 1981 (age 38)|
|place of birth||Sydney , Australia|
Slalom , giant slalom , super-G ,
downhill , combination
|society||Thredbo Ski Race Club|
|End of career||2010|
|Placements in the Alpine Ski World Cup|
Jono Brauer (also Jonathon Brauer ; born September 26, 1981 in Sydney ) is a former Australian ski racer . He mostly started in slalom and giant slalom , but also drove all other disciplines. He won the overall standings of the Australia New Zealand Cup five times , was one of the top 15 in the World Cup and took part in two World Championships and two Winter Olympic Games .
Brewer grew up in the Southern Highlands in New South Wales and later moved to Thredbo . He won numerous ski races at a young age and was multiple Australian junior champion. As a 15-year-old he started in the Australia New Zealand Cup for the first time , where he was one of the top runners from 2000. Between 2001 and 2007 he won the overall ranking five times, won 13 discipline titles (7 × slalom, 4 × giant slalom, 1 × super-G , 1 × super combination ) and celebrated 28 individual victories. There was also a slalom win in the Nor-Am Cup in 2002 and in the European Cup in 2006 as well as five Australian championship titles.
In the Ski World Cup is Brauer tried since 2001, the first World Cup points and also his best World Cup result he reached in February 2006 with a 14th place in the super combined in Chamonix . Before that, he had only competed in slalom and giant slalom in the World Cup and never qualified for a second round. At the end of November 2006, he injured himself at the World Cup race in Beaver Creek and had to take a break for several months. He did not return to the World Cup until a year later in mid-November 2007. On November 29, he won World Cup points in the Super Combined in Beaver Creek with 27th place for the second and last time in his career.
Jono Brauer also took part in the 2003 World Championships in St. Moritz and took 43rd place in the slalom. At the 2006 Winter Olympics , he started in slalom and combined, but could not finish both races. He also took part in the 2009 World Championships in Val-d'Isère , but failed in the slalom and could not qualify for the second run in the giant slalom.
Brauer's last international appearance was at the 2010 Winter Olympics . There he first achieved 39th place in the downhill and four days later 30th place in the Super-G. Afterwards, Brauer announced his retirement from ski racing for health reasons. In the summer of 2010, however, he still took part in the Australian championships and won the giant slalom title.
- Vancouver 2010 : 30th Super-G, 39th Downhill
- St. Moritz 2003 : 43rd slalom
- 1 place in the top 15, again in the top 30
Australia New Zealand Cup
- Five-time overall winner (2001–2003, 2005, 2007)
- Seven-time slalom winner (2001-2007)
- Four-time winner of the giant slalom classification (2001, 2003-2005)
- Won the Super-G ranking in 2007
- Winner of the super combination competition in 2007
- A total of 28 individual victories
Junior World Championships
- Five-time Australian champion (slalom 2002 and 2006, giant slalom 2004, 2006 and 2010)
- 1 slalom victory each in the European Cup and in the Nor-Am Cup
- 11 victories in FIS races (5 × giant slalom, 5 × slalom, 1 × Super-G)
- Jono Brauer in the database of the International Ski Federation (English)
- Jono Brauer in the database of Ski-DB (English)
- Jono Brauer in the Sports-Reference database (English; archived from the original )
- Brauer calls time on career. Australian Olympic Committee , February 20, 2010, accessed May 13, 2011
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Brewer, Jonathon|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Australian ski racer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||September 26, 1981|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Sydney , Australia|