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Hermann Maier (born 7 December 1972) is an Austrian former World Cup champion alpine ski racer and Olympic gold medalist. Nicknamed the " Herminator", Maier ranks among the greatest alpine ski racers in history, with four overall World Cup titles (1998, 2000, 2001, 2004), two Olympic gold medals (both in 1998), and ...

Jan 24, 2009 ... Wypadek Hermana Maiera w biegu zjazdowym podczas IO w Nagano,oraz póżniejcze zwycięstwo w slalomie gigancie.
Jan 28, 2007 ... Herman Maier's death defying DH crash at the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics. The crash should have broken most of the major bones in his body and instead a few ...
Sep 29, 2010 ... Hermann Maier falls spectacularly during Men's Downhill at Nagano in 1998 Finnish commentary by Mikko Hannula.


Feb 19, 1998 ... Hermann MAIER. Born 7 December 1972. Olympic Athlete for Austria. Alpine Skiing at Nagano 1998, Turin 2006 Olympics.


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Austrian ski racer Hermann Maier” makes one of the most dramatic crashes in skiing history when he catapults 30 feet in the air, lands on his helmet and rams through two safety fences at an estimated 80 miles per hour on February 13, 1998. Amazingly, Maier suffered just minor injuries and walked away from the crash.


Dec 21, 2003 ... There is a story told about Hermann Maier and Arnold Schwarzenegger sitting down one night to share a bottle of schnapps. It culminates in the skier defeating the one-time world's strongest man in an arm wrestle. Only those who do not know Maier or his sport find the outcome of the contest remarkable.


Dec 22, 2001 ... ON Friday morning in Flachau, a small skiing village in Austria, Hermann Maier skied down a mountain. Given that he is a double Olympic ski champion, this is not an item that would normally merit mention in a national newspaper, let alone in a postcard to his mum. But four months ago, Maier was thrown ...