Full name: Gottlieb Taschler
Height: 5'9" (174 cm)
Weight: 154 lbs (70 kg)
Born: August 21, 1961 in Rasun Anterselva, Bolzano-Bozen, Italy
Affiliations: Sportverein Antholz
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
Gottlieb Taschler was a member of the Guardia di Finanza Sports Groups. He participated in three Winter Olympics from 1984-92. The peak of his Olympic career was 1988 with a relay bronze medal. He also took part in seven World Championships between 1983-91, winning a bronze medal in the 1986 relay and winning the 1991 team event. In individual events his best achievement was a fifth place in the 20 km in 1985. His best result in a World Cup race was a second place in a 1986 20 km individual event. At the Italian Championships he had one second and three thirds.
After retirement from active racing Taschler became coach of the Italian national biathlon team. Later he became Managing Director of the Biathlon Center at Anterselva (Antholz), President of the local World Cup Committee, and Vice-President for Sport of the International Biathlon Association.
|1984 Winter||22||Sarajevo||Biathlon||Men's 10 kilometres Sprint||Italy||ITA||19|
|1984 Winter||22||Sarajevo||Biathlon||Men's 4 × 7.5 kilometres Relay||Italy||ITA||5|
|1988 Winter||26||Calgary||Biathlon||Men's 20 kilometres||Italy||ITA||11|
|1988 Winter||26||Calgary||Biathlon||Men's 4 × 7.5 kilometres Relay||Italy||ITA||3||Bronze|
|1992 Winter||30||Albertville||Biathlon||Men's 20 kilometres||Italy||ITA||44|
|1984 Winter||22||Sarajevo||Biathlon||Italy||Final Standings||19||33:04.9||1||0||11:49.2||13||1||24:58.9||17|
|1988 Winter||26||Calgary||Biathlon||Italy||Final Standings||11||58:53.6||3||55:53.6||13||1||1||0||1|
|1992 Winter||30||Albertville||Biathlon||Italy||Final Standings||44||1-02:41.3||3||59:41.3||50|