Top 20 Skier celebrities in Switzerland
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Skier celebrities [Updated February 7, 2023].
Lara Gut was born
on April 27, 1991
At 17 years and 237 days old, she became the youngest skier ever to win a World Cup Super-G race.
Wendy Holdener was born
on May 12, 1993
She has been sponsored by Electrolux and Emmi Caffe Latte.
Michelle Gisin was born
on December 5, 1993
She won silver at the 2017 World Championships in St. Moritz for the combined event.
Fabian Bosch was born
on July 6, 1997
He won gold at the 2016 Winter X Games Aspen. He has over 110,000 followers on his buhsch Instagram account.
Andri Ragettli was born
on August 21, 1998
He was the first person to perform a quad cork 1800.
Carlo Janka was born
on October 15, 1986
He set a speed record in the downhill part of the super combined event in 2013.
Dario Cologna was born
on March 11, 1986
He visited the Duomo cathedral in Milan, Italy in April 2016.
Mirjam Jaeger was born
on November 9, 1982
in Zurich, Switzerland.
She landed the cover of German language edition of Maxim for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in February of 2014. She finished in 3rd place in the 2013 Maxim Hot 100 Switzerland list.
Vreni Schneider was born
on November 26, 1964
She won 14 World Cup races in the 1988-89 season, a feat that had never been accomplished before.
Didier Defago was born
on October 2, 1977
He finished first in the downhill at the 2012 World Cup.
Simon Ammann was born
on June 25, 1981
He won gold in both the Individual Normal Hill and Individual Long Hill events, becoming only the second athlete to do so.
Stan Rey was born
on April 7, 1988
He spent two years racing alpine on the BC Ski Team.
Jeremie Heitz was born
on September 28, 1989
He was the focus of a 2016 article titled "The Steepest Skier" published by Powder magazine and in December of 2016 he was featured on the cover of Wider magazine.
Erika Hess was born
on March 6, 1962
She won six gold medals at the World Championships, including three in 1982.