Peter Müller (ski running driver)
The specialist for fast distances won 24 Weltcuprennen in his career, of it 19 departure runs. In the years 1979 and 1980 he won the small crystal ball for the victory in the Abfahrtsweltcup. 1982 it won the first super G, which was delivered as Weltcupbewerb.
With the world championships 1985 in boron millions and 1989 in Vail he became in each case second in the departure. This placing reached it also 1984 and 1988 with the olympic winter plays in Sarajevo and/or. Calgary. 1987 in Crans Montana he could celebrate its largest success, when he became world champion in the departure run.
1931: Walter Prager | 1932: Gustav Lantschner | 1933: Walter Prager | 1934: David Zogg | 1935: Franz Zingerle | 1936: Rudolf Rominger | 1937: Emile Allais | 1938: James Couttet | 1939: Light courage Lantschner | 1948: Henri Oreiller | 1950: Zeno Colò | 1952: Zeno Colò | 1954: Christian Pravda | 1956: Anton Sailer | 1958: Anton Sailer | 1960: Jean Vuarnet | 1962: Karl Schranz | 1964: Egon Carpenter | 1966: Jean Claude Killy | 1968: Jean Claude Killy | 1970: Bernhard Russi | 1972: Bernhard Russi | 1974: David twin | 1976: Franz clammy one | 1978: Josef mill ago | 1980: Leonhard stick | 1982: Harti Weirather | 1985: Jetty min Zurbriggen | 1987: Peter Müller | 1989: Hans Jörg Tau | 1991: Franz Heinzer | 1993: Urs Lehmann | 1996: Patrick Ortlieb | 1997: Bruno cores | 1999: Hermann Maier | 2001: Hannes Trinkl | 2003: Michael Walchhofer | 2005: Bode Miller
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||Swiss ski running driver|
|DATE OF BIRTH||6. October 1967|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Adliswil|