Roland Braun (Nordic combined)

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Roland Braun Nordic combination Ski jumping
nation GermanyGermany Germany
birthday May 1, 1972
place of birth FreudenstadtFR GermanyGermany Federal RepublicFederal Republic of Germany 
size 180 cm
Weight 69 kg
discipline Nordic combined
ski jumping
society SV Baiersbronn
status resigned
Medal table
National medals 1 × gold 0 × silver 1 × bronze
German Ski Association German championships
gold 1996 team
German Ski Association German championships
bronze 1992 Oberhof Normal hill

Roland Braun (born May 1, 1972 in Freudenstadt ) is a former German Nordic combined skier and ski jumper .


Robert Braun attended the Robert-Gerwig-School in Furtwangen , which later also visited numerous medal winners at the Olympic Winter Games , including Sven Hannawald , Fabian Rießle and Benedikt Doll . At the German ski jumping championship in 1992 in Oberhof , he won the bronze medal on the normal hill. In the further course of his career he was active as a combiner, including at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer . In the individual competition he finished 35th and in the team competition 10th. At the German Championships in 1996, he and Niclas Kullmann won the championship title in the team competition for the Baden-Württemberg Ski Association.

At VfL Pfullingen he is the trainer responsible for ski jumping and Nordic combined .


Roland Braun's brother Friedrich Braun , who died at the age of 45, became junior world champion in ski jumping in team jumping in 1986 together with Robert Leonhard , Christian Rimmel and Dieter Thoma .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Baiersbronn loses committed athletes. Schwarzwälder-Bote, July 7, 2014, accessed on February 24, 2019 .