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Atle Skårdal, December 2006
|Men's Alpine Skiing|
|Gold||1996 Sierra Nevada||Super-G|
Atle Skårdal (born 17 February 1966, in Lunde, Telemark, Norway) is a former alpine ski racer in the speed events of Downhill and Super-G. He competed at the 1988 and 1994 Winter Olympics, with a 6th place in the 1994 Super G his best finish.
In 2000 Skårdal was appointed as national team coach of Norway. He has been FIS race director for the women's alpine skiing World Cup since 2005.
He is married to former alpine ski racer Karin Köllerer of Austria; they have three children (2010).
- World Champion in Super-G at the 1996 and 1997
- Silver in Downhill at the 1993 World Championships
- Won the World Cup season title in the Super-G in 1996
World Cup victories
|20 January 1990||Kitzbühel||Downhill|
|17 March 1990||Åre||Downhill|
|15 December 1990||Val Gardena||Downhill|
|15 March 1991||Lake Louise||Downhill|
|27 February 1993||Whistler||Downhill|
|12 March 1994||Whistler||Downhill|
|10 December 1995||Val d'Isère||Super-G|
- Ski-DB.com - Results - Atle Skaardal
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