Martina Ertl-Renz

Martina Ertl-Renz
Medal record
Representing  Germany
Women's Alpine Skiing
Winter Olympics
1994 Lillehammer Giant Slalom
1998 Nagano Combined
2002 Salt Lake City Combined
World Championships
2001 St. Anton Combined
2005 Bormio Team event
1993 Morioka Giant Slalom
1996 Sierra Nevada Giant Slalom

Martina Ertl-Renz (born 12 September 1973 in Bad Tölz, Upper Bavaria) is a German former alpine skier. She won several medals at Olympic Winter Games and World Championships.

Skiing career

Ertl started skiing at the age of two and a half. At the age of 18 she took part at the Junior World Championship in Hemsedal (Norway) winning a silver medal in Giant Slalom and a bronze medal in Combined.

This was the starting point of a long career. Until 2006 she took part in 430 World Cup races winning 14 of them. Ertl won the Giant Slalom World Cup in 1996 and 1998. She won three Olympic medals and four medals at World Championships (Bronze in Giant Slalom at Morioka 1993, Bronze medalist in Giant Slalom at Sierra Nevada 1996, Gold in Combined at St. Anton 2001, Gold in Nation Team Event at Bormio 2005).

She represented Germany at five Winter Olympics between 1992 and 2006, winning silver medals in the giant slalom in 1994 and the combined event in 1998, as well as a bronze medal in the combined event in 2002.[1]

World Cup victories


1996 Giant Slalom
1998 Giant Slalom

Individual races

19 March 1994 United States VailGiant Slalom
15 January 1995 Germany GarmischSlalom
18 March 1995 Slovenia MariborGiant Slalom
25 November 1995 United States VailSuper-G
11 December 1995 France Val-d'IsèreGiant Slalom
21 December 1995 Switzerland VeysonnazGiant Slalom
5 January 1996 Slovenia MariborGiant Slalom
10 January 1998 Italy BormioGiant Slalom
15 January 1998 Austria AltenmarktSuper-G
25 January 1998 Italy Cortina d'AmpezzoGiant Slalom
28 January 1998 Sweden ÅreGiant Slalom
1 March 1998 Austria SaalbachSlalom
28 October 2000 Austria SöldenGiant Slalom
25 October 2003 Austria SöldenGiant Slalom


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