Fritz Dopfer

Race

Fritz Dopfer is a German World Cup alpine ski racer, specializing in the technical events of giant slalom and slalom.

Born in Innsbruck, Austria, to a German father and an Austrian mother, the family lived in both countries during his youth. They lived in Schongau, Bavaria, in Germany until Dopfer was age 10, when the family moved to Tyrol in Austria.

Dopfer raced for Austria through April 2007, then joined the German team that summer and made his World Cup debut in October 2007. During his first three seasons on the German team, he raced primarily on the European Cup circuit, with several World Cup starts per season, but no results. He moved up to the World Cup team for the 2011 season, and attained his first World Cup podium (and first top ten) in December 2011 in a giant slalom at Beaver Creek, Colorado.

Facts

Date of birth
24.08.1987
Nationality
Germany
Home mountain
Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Disciplines
Giant Slalom, Slalom
Top results

Gold Medal Team Event Schladming 2013

Silver Medal SL Beaver Creek 2015 

9 World Cup Podiums 

2014/2015

2 GS Soelden 

2 SL Madonna di Campiglio 

2 SL Adeldoben

2 GS Meribel

2015/2016

3 SL Kitzbuehel 

2016/2017

8 SL Levi 

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