Georg Thoma (born 20 August 1937) is a retired German Nordic combined skier. He won a gold medal at the 1960 Olympics, becoming the first non-Scandinavian athlete to do so, and was voted German Sportsman of the Year. At the 1964 Olympics he won a bronze medal and served as the Olympic flag bearer for Germany at the opening ceremony. He further won the world championships title in 1966. Thoma's strength in the Nordic combined was jumping. He was three times German champion in ski jumping (1960, 1961, and 1963). Additionally, he won the Nordic combined at the Holmenkollen ski festival from 1963 to 1966. For his Nordic combined successes, Thoma was awarded the Holmenkollen medal in 1964 (ahared with Veikko Kankkonen, Eero Mäntyranta, and Halvor Næs).

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  • Georg Thoma (* 20. August 1937 in Hinterzarten) ist ein ehemaliger deutscher Skispringer und Nordischer Kombinierer. Sein Neffe ist der ehemalige Skispringer Dieter Thoma. Der Olympiastützpunkt Freiburg-Schwarzwald wurde nach ihm benannt. (de)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Thoma. Georg Thoma (né le 20 août 1937 à Hinterzarten) est un ancien spécialiste du combiné nordique allemand. (fr)
  • Georg Thoma (born 20 August 1937) is a retired German Nordic combined skier. He won a gold medal at the 1960 Olympics, becoming the first non-Scandinavian athlete to do so, and was voted German Sportsman of the Year. At the 1964 Olympics he won a bronze medal and served as the Olympic flag bearer for Germany at the opening ceremony. He further won the world championships title in 1966. Thoma's strength in the Nordic combined was jumping. He was three times German champion in ski jumping (1960, 1961, and 1963). Additionally, he won the Nordic combined at the Holmenkollen ski festival from 1963 to 1966. For his Nordic combined successes, Thoma was awarded the Holmenkollen medal in 1964 (ahared with Veikko Kankkonen, Eero Mäntyranta, and Halvor Næs). Thoma is the uncle of the ski jumper Dieter Thoma. After retiring from competitions he worked as a postman in his hometown and later as a television commentator. He was one of the first German winter athletes to make his living from sponsorship. (en)
  • ゲオルク・トーマ(Georg Thoma、1937年8月20日 - )はドイツ、バーデン=ヴュルテンベルク州ヒンターツァルテン出身の元ノルディック複合、スキージャンプ選手。スキージャンプの元オリンピックメダリストであるディーター・トーマは甥。 (ja)
  • Georg Thoma (ur. 20 sierpnia 1937 roku w Hinterzarten) – niemiecki dwuboista klasyczny, dwukrotny medalista olimpijski i złoty medalista mistrzostw świata. (pl)
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  • Georg Thoma (* 20. August 1937 in Hinterzarten) ist ein ehemaliger deutscher Skispringer und Nordischer Kombinierer. Sein Neffe ist der ehemalige Skispringer Dieter Thoma. Der Olympiastützpunkt Freiburg-Schwarzwald wurde nach ihm benannt. (de)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Thoma. Georg Thoma (né le 20 août 1937 à Hinterzarten) est un ancien spécialiste du combiné nordique allemand. (fr)
  • ゲオルク・トーマ(Georg Thoma、1937年8月20日 - )はドイツ、バーデン=ヴュルテンベルク州ヒンターツァルテン出身の元ノルディック複合、スキージャンプ選手。スキージャンプの元オリンピックメダリストであるディーター・トーマは甥。 (ja)
  • Georg Thoma (ur. 20 sierpnia 1937 roku w Hinterzarten) – niemiecki dwuboista klasyczny, dwukrotny medalista olimpijski i złoty medalista mistrzostw świata. (pl)
  • Georg Thoma (born 20 August 1937) is a retired German Nordic combined skier. He won a gold medal at the 1960 Olympics, becoming the first non-Scandinavian athlete to do so, and was voted German Sportsman of the Year. At the 1964 Olympics he won a bronze medal and served as the Olympic flag bearer for Germany at the opening ceremony. He further won the world championships title in 1966. Thoma's strength in the Nordic combined was jumping. He was three times German champion in ski jumping (1960, 1961, and 1963). Additionally, he won the Nordic combined at the Holmenkollen ski festival from 1963 to 1966. For his Nordic combined successes, Thoma was awarded the Holmenkollen medal in 1964 (ahared with Veikko Kankkonen, Eero Mäntyranta, and Halvor Næs). (en)
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