Michael Tritscher

The World Cup Racer,Michael Tritscher, was, during his active career in the FIS Worldcup, under the top 3, 14 times. From 1984 to 1998 he was in action for the Austrian National Team.

Michael Tritscher

Home: Rohrmoos
Birth Date: 06.11.1965
Birth Place: Schladming
Parents: Franz and Helga Tritscher
Ski School and Sports Shop owner in Schladming and Rohrmoos.
Siblings: Reinhold and Peter
Profession: Ski School Proprietor, State Approved Ski Instructor.

FIS World Cup Career - 1987-1996

1987

11th Place: 1st participation in the World Cup final in Sarajewo.
November 1987: Injury during Super-G training in Hochgurgl

1988

10th Place:  Comeback in World Cup Slalom in Åre
3rd Place: World Cup Slalom in Madonna December
1988: First top 3 result in World Cup

1989

7th Place: WM Combination in Vail/USA

1990

2nd Place: World Cup Slalom in Schladming
2nd Place: World Cup Slalom in Mt.Hutt/New Zealand
2nd Place: World Cup Slalom in Geilo
3rd Place: World Cup Slalom in Kranska Gora
4th Place: Total points for World Cup Slalom

1991

1st World Cup Win: World Cup Slalom in Hafjell-Lillehammer/Norway

1992

Bronze Medal at the Olympic Winter Games in Albertville/France - Slalom

1993

2nd Place: World Cup Slalom in Sestriere
2nd Place: World Cup Slalom in Tignes
3rd Place: World Cup Slalom in Sestriere
3rd Place: World Cup Slalom in Lech
2nd Place: Slalom Alps Cup in Lienz
1st Place: World Cup Slalom in Furano
8th Place: World Cup GS in Bormio
2nd Place: World Cup Slalom- Total points

1995/1996

1st Place: World Cup Slalom in Beaver Creek