UFA-Dabei 968/1975 11.02.1975

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Genscher, Hans-Dietrich ; Tse Tung, Mao ; Scheel, Mildred ; Scheel, Walter ; Schmidt, Helmut ; Waldheim, Kurt ; Wechmar von, Rüdiger ; Moser-Pröll, Annemarie ; Nelson, Cindy


Nuremberg ; Bonn ; Munich ; China ; Austria ; Saalbach ; Saalbach/Austria


Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Hands ; Carnival ; Flags ; Carnival ; Press, press conferences ; Races ; Reviews ; Ski, skiing, ski jumping ; Toys, toys ; 99.412 Deutsche week show GmbH: State visits (outside) ; State visits (inside) ; Mascot ; Exhibitions ; transport


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UFA-Dabei 968/1975

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

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Federal Republic of Germany

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Fasching in Munich camera: Rau visit by UN Secretary Waldheim in Bonn camera: Luppa F.J.. Strauß in China and origin: China Press Conference after the trip camera: Rau Spielwarenmesse / Nuremberg camera: rough downhill race origin: Austria at the beginning and end of total length

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Annemarie Moser-Pröll’s 70th Birthday (* March 27, 1953)

An Austrian sports legend and one of the most successful athletes in the history of alpine skiing - former ski racer Annemarie Moser-Pröll was born on March 27, 1953 in Kleinarl in the province of Salzburg. She began skiing at an early age. At 15, she joined the Austrian national team and won her first World Cup race the same year.

In the 1970s, Annemarie Pröll dominated the downhill and giant slalom disciplines in particular, but was also successful in the slalom and combined races. She won the overall World Cup six times, five of them in a row from 1971 to 1975, thus holding the women's record. She also won the world champion title five times, twice in 1974, twice in 1978 and once in 1980, and became Olympic champion in downhill in 1980. She won a total of 62 World Cup races (36 downhills, 16 giant slaloms, three slaloms and seven combined), holding another women's record for three and a half decades.

She received numerous awards for her achievements, such as the World Sports Award and was named World Winter Female Athlete of the 20th Century.

After her Olympic victory in Lake Placid, Annemarie Pröll retired from her athletic career. She married her long-time boyfriend Herbert Moser and has two children. The passionate hunter still lives in her hometown of Kleinarl, where she ran a café until her "second" retirement in 2008.

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