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Miriam Vogt

Biographical information

TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameMiriam•Vogt
Used nameMiriam•Vogt
Born20 March 1967 in Starnberg, Bayern (GER)
Measurements180 cm / 70 kg
AffiliationsWSV Unterammergau, Unterammergau (GER)
NOC Germany


German alpine skier Miriam Vogt had the greatest moment of her career at the 1993 World Championships, winning the gold medal in the Alpine combination. She participated in the 1992 Albertville and 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games, but with little success.

In her youth, Vogt was a rower in the summer months and skied in winter. Her brother Markus won a bronze medal at the 1991 Rowing Worlds with the coxed fours. Miriam Vogt won one Alpine Skiing World Cup race in her career, and also participated in Swiss (2000) and Austrian (2001) national championships.

Vogt later studied economics and became CEO of a seminar organizing company in the mental and behavioural coaching fields. In 2005 she became president of the Bavarian Ski Association until 2013, when she became vice-president of the German Ski Association.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1992 Winter Olympics Alpine Skiing (Skiing) GER Miriam Vogt
Downhill, Women (Olympic) 9
Super G, Women (Olympic) 18
Combined, Women (Olympic) 9
1994 Winter Olympics Alpine Skiing (Skiing) GER Miriam Vogt
Downhill, Women (Olympic) 12
Slalom, Women (Olympic) AC
Combined, Women (Olympic) 9

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