Matthias Wörndle (7 December 1909 – 15 October 1942) was a German cross-country skier. Wörndle was born in Partenkirchen, where he was member of the Skiclub Partenkirchen (SCP) He was member of the Bronze teams at the first and second edition of the legendary Trofeo Mezzalama race, in 1933 together with Willy Bogner and Gustav "Gustl" Müller, and in 1934 together with Franz Fischer and Gustl Müller. At the 1936 Winter Olympics he finished 24th in the 50 km event. Wörndle died in the Pshish River in Russia, when he served in the army during World War II.

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  • Matthias Wörndle (7 December 1909 – 15 October 1942) was a German cross-country skier. Wörndle was born in Partenkirchen, where he was member of the Skiclub Partenkirchen (SCP) He was member of the Bronze teams at the first and second edition of the legendary Trofeo Mezzalama race, in 1933 together with Willy Bogner and Gustav "Gustl" Müller, and in 1934 together with Franz Fischer and Gustl Müller. At the 1936 Winter Olympics he finished 24th in the 50 km event. Wörndle died in the Pshish River in Russia, when he served in the army during World War II. (en)
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  • Matthias Wörndle (7 December 1909 – 15 October 1942) was a German cross-country skier. Wörndle was born in Partenkirchen, where he was member of the Skiclub Partenkirchen (SCP) He was member of the Bronze teams at the first and second edition of the legendary Trofeo Mezzalama race, in 1933 together with Willy Bogner and Gustav "Gustl" Müller, and in 1934 together with Franz Fischer and Gustl Müller. At the 1936 Winter Olympics he finished 24th in the 50 km event. Wörndle died in the Pshish River in Russia, when he served in the army during World War II. (en)
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