Wolfgang Loitzl ( Bad Ischl , January 13 1980 ) is an Austrian ski jumper . By profession he was a soldier in the Austrian army.

In 2009 he became world champion in the small ramp. At the World Cup in 2001 Loitzl took his team gold at the small ramp and bronze in the individual large hill. At the championships in 2005 , he won the team gold at both the small and large hill, while his team in 2007 won the title on the large hill. On the ski flying World Championships in 2006 , he again won the team bronze.

In the World Cup ski jumping he knew, until early 2009, an individual still win. no contest However, he took six times a second and three third place. With the team he has won three times in a match. On 1 January 2009 he won his first individual World Cup race, during the traditional New Year's jump in Garmisch-Partenkirchen , part of the Four Hills Tournament , he left everyone behind. The second and third game of 2009, he won resulting in the final victory in the Four Hills Tournament in 2009.

Loitzl Marika married since 2006. The couple has two sons, Benjamin and Nikolas.


 [ hide ] *1 Main results

Main results edit ]Edit

World Championships Junior edit ]Edit

Year Place Results
1997 Canmore [1] Nations regular ramp
1998 St. Moritz [2] normal ramp

World Cup ski jumping edit ]Edit

Year Place Results
2001 Lahti 15th great redoubt 13th regular ski Nations Cup large hill ski Nations regular

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2005 Oberstdorf 6th normal ramp 7th large hill ski Nations regular large hill Nations

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2007 Sapporo 12th regular ski Nations Cup large hill


2009 Liberec [8]normal ramp 6th large hill team competition large hill


Ski flying World Championships edit ]Edit

Year Place Results
2000 Vikersund 17th individual competition
2004 Planica 15th individual competition Nations


2006 Bad Mitterndorf 14th individual competition 4th Nations
2008 Planica [11] Nations
2004 Planica [12] Nations

Fulltime overall World edit ]Edit

Season Place
1997/1998 31
1998/1999 12th
1999/2000 22
2000/2001 7th
2001/2002 29th
2002/2003 60th
2003/2004 28th
2004/2005 18th
2005/2006 29th
2006/2007 13th
2007/2008 10th
2008/2009 3rd
2009/2010 6th
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