Klaus Sulzenbacher (born February 3, 1965 in Kitzbühel, Austria) is a former Nordic combined skier. Between 1983 and 1991 he won 14 World Cup competitions, and also won the World Cup twice. At the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, he won silver in the 15 km individual competition, and bronze in the 3 x 10 km team competition. At the 1991 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships he finished second in the 15 km individual competition, and won in the 3 x 10 km team event. At the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, he won bronze medals in both the 15 km individual and 3 x 10 km team competitions.

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  • Klaus Sulzenbacher (* 3. Februar 1965 in Kitzbühel, Tirol) ist ein ehemaliger österreichischer Nordischer Kombinierer. In seiner Karriere gewann er bei Olympischen Spielen sowie Weltmeisterschaften gesamt sechs Mal Edelmetall. Außerdem sicherte er sich zwei Mal den Gesamtweltcup. (de)
  • Klaus Sulzenbacher, né le 3 février 1965 à Kitzbühel au Tyrol, est un ancien spécialiste autrichien du combiné nordique. Bien qu'il fût l'un des meilleurs athlètes de son époque, il ne réussit jamais à décrocher de titre olympique et dut se contenter des podiums. Il fut le premier à remporter deux fois la Coupe du monde. (fr)
  • Klaus Sulzenbacher (born February 3, 1965 in Kitzbühel, Austria) is a former Nordic combined skier. Between 1983 and 1991 he won 14 World Cup competitions, and also won the World Cup twice. At the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, he won silver in the 15 km individual competition, and bronze in the 3 x 10 km team competition. At the 1991 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships he finished second in the 15 km individual competition, and won in the 3 x 10 km team event. At the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, he won bronze medals in both the 15 km individual and 3 x 10 km team competitions. Sulzenbacher grew up in Kitzbuehel, Tyrol, which is often considered Austria's mecca of Alpine skiing. That he went to train in Nordic skiing in his youth, and not in Alpine styles, is remarkable given that at the time virtually the entire well-funded Austrian Ski Federation system was geared towards Alpine ski racing. Sulzenbacher must be credited for breaking new ground. As Austria's first successful Nordic skier, Sulzenbacher is regarded as cornerstone for the successes of both Mario Stecher and Felix Gottwald. With four Olympic medals, he is among Austria's most successful Olympic competitors. Following his retirement from competition, he now works as a physiotherapist in Stams. (en)
  • クラウス・ズルツェンバッハ(Klaus Sulzenbacher、1965年2月3日 - )はオーストリア、チロル州キッツビュール出身の元ノルディック複合選手。現在はStamsのスキー学校で理学療法士として働いている。 (ja)
  • Klaus Sulzenbacher (ur. 3 lutego 1965 w Kitzbühel) – austriacki kombinator norweski, czterokrotny medalista olimpijski, dwukrotny medalista mistrzostw świata oraz dwukrotny zdobywca Pucharu Świata. (pl)
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  • Klaus Sulzenbacher (* 3. Februar 1965 in Kitzbühel, Tirol) ist ein ehemaliger österreichischer Nordischer Kombinierer. In seiner Karriere gewann er bei Olympischen Spielen sowie Weltmeisterschaften gesamt sechs Mal Edelmetall. Außerdem sicherte er sich zwei Mal den Gesamtweltcup. (de)
  • Klaus Sulzenbacher, né le 3 février 1965 à Kitzbühel au Tyrol, est un ancien spécialiste autrichien du combiné nordique. Bien qu'il fût l'un des meilleurs athlètes de son époque, il ne réussit jamais à décrocher de titre olympique et dut se contenter des podiums. Il fut le premier à remporter deux fois la Coupe du monde. (fr)
  • クラウス・ズルツェンバッハ(Klaus Sulzenbacher、1965年2月3日 - )はオーストリア、チロル州キッツビュール出身の元ノルディック複合選手。現在はStamsのスキー学校で理学療法士として働いている。 (ja)
  • Klaus Sulzenbacher (ur. 3 lutego 1965 w Kitzbühel) – austriacki kombinator norweski, czterokrotny medalista olimpijski, dwukrotny medalista mistrzostw świata oraz dwukrotny zdobywca Pucharu Świata. (pl)
  • Klaus Sulzenbacher (born February 3, 1965 in Kitzbühel, Austria) is a former Nordic combined skier. Between 1983 and 1991 he won 14 World Cup competitions, and also won the World Cup twice. At the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, he won silver in the 15 km individual competition, and bronze in the 3 x 10 km team competition. At the 1991 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships he finished second in the 15 km individual competition, and won in the 3 x 10 km team event. At the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, he won bronze medals in both the 15 km individual and 3 x 10 km team competitions. (en)
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  • Klaus Sulzenbacher (pl)
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