Špela Pretnar

Intro Slovenian female alpine skier
Is Skier Athlete Alpine skier Journalist
From Slovenia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Type Journalism Sports
Gender female
Birth 5 March 1973, Bled, Slovenia
Star sign Pisces
Stats
Height: 168 cm
Weight: 59 kg

Špela Pretnar (born 5 March 1973 in Bled, SFR Yugoslavia) is a former alpine skier. In her career, Pretnar won six races in Alpine Skiing World Cup races, with 13 podiums altogether. In the 1999–2000 season, she won a small crystal globe in slalom. Pretnar was named Slovenian sportswoman of the year in 2000. Pretnar represented Slovenia at the 2002 Winter Olympics. Currently, Pretnar is a sports reporter at a Slovenian commercial TV station POP TV.

World Cup results

Season titles

Season Discipline
2000 Slalom

Season standings

Season Age Overall Slalom Giantslalom Super-G Downhill Combined
1992 18 99 39
1993 19 55 45 25 51 15
1994 20 15 22 15 27 35 9
1995 21 7 11 3 15 6
1996 22
1997 23 48 38 18
1998 24 19 10 18
1999 25 19 7 13
2000 26 7 1 33
2001 27 36 13 44
2002 28 49 18 43
2003 29 65 25 56

Race podiums

6 wins – (5 SL, 1 GS) 13 podiums – (9 SL, 3 GS, 1 SG)

Season Date Location Discipline Position
1995 10 January 1995 Flachau, Austria Super-G 3rd
23 January 1995 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy Giant slalom 3rd
25 February 1995 Maribor, Slovenia Giant slalom 2nd
18 March 1995 Bormio, Italy Giant slalom 1st
1998 5 January 1998 Bormio, Italy Slalom 3rd
11 January 1998 Slalom 3rd
1999 23 February 1999 Åre, Sweden Slalom 1st
2000 20 November 1999 Copper Mountain, United States Slalom 1st
6 January 2000 Maribor, Slovenia Slalom 2nd
9 January 2000 Berchtesgaden, Germany Slalom 1st
12 February 2000 Santa Caterina, Italy Slalom 1st
20 February 2000 Åre, Sweden Slalom 1st
10 March 2000 Sestriere, Italy Slalom 3rd

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