Heidi Biebl

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Heidi Biebl (born 17 February 1941) is a retired German alpine skier. She won gold medal in the downhill at the 1960 Winter Olympics, just three days after her 19th birthday, becoming the games' youngest gold medal winner. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Heidi Biebl has received more than 11,675 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Heidi Biebl is the 114th most popular skier, the 4,311th most popular biography from Germany and the 9th most popular German Skier.

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Among skiers, Heidi Biebl ranks 114 out of 540Before her are Marcel Hirscher, Adam Małysz, Wojciech Fortuna, Helena Takalo, Peter Müller, and Andrus Veerpalu. After her are Olga Pall, Barbara Petzold, Dario Cologna, Didier Cuche, Mika Myllylä, and Pernilla Wiberg.

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Among people born in 1941, Heidi Biebl ranks 442Before her are Wolfgang Fahrian, Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi, David Walker, Christoph Höhne, Kenneth O. Hall, and Barrett Strong. After her are Chuck McKinley, Twyla Tharp, Reg Presley, Trent Lott, Mel Winkler, and David Ruffin.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Heidi Biebl ranks 4,311 out of 5,289Before her are Ulrich Borowka (1962), Werner Israel (1931), René Adler (1985), Hans-Peter Friedrich (1957), Liesel Westermann (1944), and Karl Allgöwer (1957). After her are Nino de Angelo (1963), Dietmar Woidke (1961), Bernd Krauss (1957), Günter Hermann (1960), Gonzalo Castro (1987), and Barbara Petzold (1955).

Among SKIERS In Germany

Among skiers born in Germany, Heidi Biebl ranks 9Before her are Helmut Recknagel (1937), Rosi Mittermaier (1950), Jens Weißflog (1964), Hans-Georg Aschenbach (1951), Johann Mühlegg (1970), and Georg Thoma (1937). After her are Barbara Petzold (1955), Sven Hannawald (1974), Martin Schmitt (1978), Markus Wasmeier (1963), Katja Seizinger (1972), and Dieter Thoma (1969).