Hermann Maier
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"Hermann Maier", known as the "Herminator", is a former FIS Alpine Ski World Cup/World Cup champion Alpine skiing/alpine ski racer and Olympic gold medalist from Austria. Born in Altenmarkt im Pongau in Salzburg (state)/Salzburg, Maier ranks among the finest alpine ski racers in history, with four overall World Cup titles (1998 Alpine Skiing World Cup/1998, 2000 Alpine Skiing World Cup/2000, 2001 Alpine Skiing World Cup/2001, 2004 Alpine Skiing World Cup/2004), two Alpine skiing at the Winter Olympics/Olympic gold medals (both in Alpine skiing at the 1998 Winter Olympics/1998), and three FIS Alpine World Ski Championships/World Championship titles (FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1999/1999: 2, and FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2005/2005). His 54 World Cup race victories – 24 super-G, 15 downhills, 14 giant slaloms, and 1 combined – rank second on the men's all-time list behind Ingemar Stenmark's 86 victories. He is nicknamed the "Herminator". , he holds the record for the most points in one season by a male alpine skier, from 2000–2013, he also held the title of most points in one season by any alpine skier, with 2000 points from the 2000 season.

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