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Tobias Angerer

Full name: Tobias Angerer
Nickname(s): Tobi
Gender: Male
Height: 5'10" (179 cm)
Weight: 159 lbs (72 kg)
Born: April 12, 1977 in Traunstein, Bayern, Germany
Affiliations: SC Vachendorf, Vachendorf (GER)
Country: GER Germany
Sport: Cross Country Skiing

Medals: 2 Silver, 2 Bronze (4 Total)

Biography

Tobi Angerer is one of the most successful male German cross-country skiers of the 21st century. He won the Overall World Cup in 2005-06 and 2006-07 as well as the Tour de Ski in 2007, the first German to do so. He has also won four silvers (relay – 2005/2009, pursuit – 2007, team sprint – 2009) and two bronze medals (15 km – 2007, 50 km – 2009) at the World Championships as well as two silvers (relay at Torino 2006 and 30 km pursuit at Vancouver 2010) and two bronzes (relay – 2002, 15 km – 2006) at the Olympic Winter Games. The bronze medal at Salt Lake City was the first German Olympic cross-country relay medal. His uncle Anton and his sister Kathrin were members of the German biathlon national team but could never qualify for the Olympic Games.

He was the partner of current golf pro Martina Eberl for a long time but later began a relationship with former biathlete Romy Groß, by whom he had a daughter in 2008.

Results

Men's Sprint

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T
2002 Winter 24 Salt Lake City Cross Country Skiing Germany Final Round B Final 3 2:58.0
2002 Winter 24 Salt Lake City Cross Country Skiing Germany Semi-Finals Heat 2 4 QB 3:00.4
2002 Winter 24 Salt Lake City Cross Country Skiing Germany Quarter-Finals Heat 3 1 Q 2:51.4
2002 Winter 24 Salt Lake City Cross Country Skiing Germany Qualifying Round 10 Q 2:52.31

Men's 15 kilometres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T I1T I1R I2T I2R I3T I3R
2006 Winter 28 Torino Cross Country Skiing Germany Final Standings 3 38:20.5 12:28.1 1 26:26.8 3
2010 Winter 32 Vancouver Cross Country Skiing Germany Final Standings 7 34:28.5 11:12.3 =10 17:03.0 5 28:28.3 8

Men's 30 kilometres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T I1T I1R I2T I2R I3T I3R
2002 Winter 24 Salt Lake City Cross Country Skiing Germany Final Standings 33 1-16:13.1 17:48.3 19 36:44.5 27 56:05.4 32

Men's 50 kilometres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T I1T I1R I2T I2R I3T I3R
2006 Winter 28 Torino Cross Country Skiing Germany Final Standings 24 2-07:00.3 24:08.4 14 1-05:32.6 16 1-41:00.7 22
2010 Winter 32 Vancouver Cross Country Skiing Germany Final Standings 4 2-05:37.0 31:48.5 23 1-03:38.0 16 1-38:11.6 5

Men's 10/10 kilometres Pursuit

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T SB RT RR
2002 Winter 24 Salt Lake City Cross Country Skiing Germany 10 kilometres, Classical 31 Q 27:30.7
2002 Winter 24 Salt Lake City Cross Country Skiing Germany 10 kilometres, Freestyle 23 24:50.9 +1:23 23:27.9 12

Men's 30 km Skiathlon

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T CT CR PST PSR FT FLR
2006 Winter 28 Torino Cross Country Skiing Germany Final Standings 12 1-17:12.5 39:47.2 5 28.6 6 36:56.5 13
2010 Winter 32 Vancouver Cross Country Skiing Germany Final Standings 2 1-15:13.5 39:40.9 6 26.0 37 35:06.6 3
2014 Winter 36 Sochi Cross Country Skiing Germany Final Standings 15 1-08:49.7 36:00.6 4 31.5 =26 32:17.6 15

Men's 4 × 10 kilometres Relay

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank T ET ER
2002 Winter 24 Salt Lake City Cross Country Skiing Germany GER Final Standings 3 22:12.4 1-11:13.7 4
2006 Winter 28 Torino Cross Country Skiing Germany GER Final Standings 2 25:58.4 1-44:01.4 2
2010 Winter 32 Vancouver Cross Country Skiing Germany GER Final Standings 6 24:44.8 1-45:49.4 6
2014 Winter 36 Sochi Cross Country Skiing Germany GER Final Standings 9 21:32.9 1-08:44.7 8