Katrin Hirtl-Stanggaßinger

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Katrin Hirtl-Stanggaßinger Alpine skiing
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Katrin Hirtl-Stanggaßinger (2017)
nation GermanyGermany Germany
birthday 7th May 1998 (age 22)
size 168 cm
Weight 68 kg
job Federal Police Officer
discipline Downhill , Super-G , giant slalom ,
slalom , combination
society WSV Königssee
status active
Medal table
Youth Olympic Games 0 × gold 1 × silver 1 × bronze
Junior World Championship 0 × gold 1 × silver 0 × bronze
Olympic rings Youth Olympic Winter Games
silver Lillehammer 2016 Giant slalom
bronze Lillehammer 2016 combination
FIS Alpine Ski Junior World Championships
silver Sochi 2016 combination
Placements in the Alpine Ski World Cup
 Individual World Cup debut October 22, 2016
 Overall World Cup 120th ( 2019/20 )
 Super G World Cup 52nd (2019/20)
 Podium placements 1. 2. 3.
 team 0 1 0
last change: March 13, 2020

Katrin Hirtl-Stanggaßinger (born May 7, 1998 ) is a German ski racer . She currently belongs to the C-team of the German Ski Association and starts in all disciplines. Their strongest discipline is the giant slalom .


Katrin Hirtl-Stanggaßinger comes from Schönau am Königssee and starts for her home club. She started skiing at the age of three and competed in her first races two years later. After completing the Christophorus School in Berchtesgaden with secondary school leaving certificate , she completed an apprenticeship with the Federal Police .

Kandahar descent (2017)

At the age of 16 she started in FIS races for the first time . A little later, on February 16, 2015, she made her European Cup debut in the Super-G in Davos . The following winter she took part in the Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer , where she first won the bronze medal in the combination. In the giant slalom she won the silver medal and only had to admit defeat to Swiss Mélanie Meillard , 0.06 seconds behind . In March she secured another silver medal in combination at the Junior World Championships in Sochi . At the end of the season, she was crowned German giant slalom champion for the first time on Feldberg . In the 2016/17 season she managed to score regularly in the European Cup and to classify in the extended top field. The Junior World Championship in Åre , however, did not go as desired with a 27th place in the Super-G as the best result.

Hirtl-Stanggaßinger made her World Cup debut on October 22nd, 2016 in the giant slalom in Sölden . She won her first World Cup points in Lake Louise in early December 2019 in the Super-G.


World cup

World Cup ratings

season total Super G
space Points space Points
2019/20 120. 4th 52. 4th

Junior World Championships

  • Sochi 2016 : 2nd Alpine Combination, 13th Super-G, 32nd Downhill
  • Åre 2017 : 27th Super-G, 31st downhill, 31st slalom
  • Davos 2018 : 6th Alpine Combined, 7th Super-G, 25th Giant Slalom
  • Fassatal 2019 : 8th Super-G, 9th descent, 14th Alpine Combined, 31st giant slalom

More Achievements

Web links

Commons : Katrin Hirtl-Stanggaßinger  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b Katrin Hirtl-Stanggaßinger. German Ski Association , accessed on January 2, 2018 .
  2. ^ German national team 2017/18 Alpine skiing. German Ski Association , accessed on January 2, 2018 .