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Sofia Goggia
Italian alpine skier

Sofia Goggia

Sofia Goggia
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro Italian alpine skier
Is Skier Athlete Alpine skier
From Italy
Field Sports
Gender female
Birth 15 November 1992, Bergamo, Italy
Age 30 years
Star sign Scorpio
Residence Astino Valley, Italy
Height: 169 cm
Weight: 67 kg
Collare d'oro al Merito Sportivo  
Sports Teams
Gruppi Sportivi Fiamme Gialle
The details (from wikipedia)


Sofia Goggia ([soˈfiːa ˈɡɔddʒa]; born 15 November 1992) is an Italian World Cup alpine ski racer. She made her World Cup debut in December 2011 and primarily competed on the European Cup circuit until the 2016 World Cup season.
At the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Goggia won the gold medal in the downhill, becoming the first and only woman to win Olympic gold for Italy in the women's downhill.


With only four career starts in giant slalom (and no finishes) in her World Cup career, Goggia was named to the Italian women's team for the 2013 World Championships in Schladming, Austria. She capitalized on the opportunity and posted two top ten finishes: fourth in the super-G and seventh in the super combined. Goggia attained her first World Cup podium in November 2016, a third place in giant slalom at Killington. She won the bronze medal in the same event at the World Championships in February.

Goggia's first World Cup win came in downhill in March 2017 at Jeongseon, South Korea. She followed it up with a super-G win the following day for her eleventh World Cup podium of the season. It was the fourth time that she gained multiple podiums at the same race venue, and added a fifth with two podiums at the World Cup finals in Aspen. She finished the season with 1197 World Cup points, 13 podiums in four different disciplines and third place overall.

In 2018, she won consecutive World Cup downhills in mid-January at Bad Kleinkirchheim and Cortina d'Ampezzo. She was the gold medalist in the downhill at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, and won the World Cup season title in downhill, edging out Lindsey Vonn by three points.

A broken ankle in October 2018 caused Goggia to miss most of the World Cup season; she returned in late January 2019 with runner-up finishes in her first two starts at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. She won her first race of the season since her comeback from the injury in the ladies' downhill at Crans-Montana in February.

At the World Championships in Åre, Goggia won the silver medal in the Super-G, 0.02 seconds behind gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin.

In June 2019, the Italian Olympic Committee named Goggia as ambassador for the nation’s bid to host the 2026 Winter Olympic Games in Milan-Cortina. On 24 June she was part of the italian delegation at the IOC headquarters in Lausanne, where Milan-Cortina were elected as hosts, defeating Stockholm-Åre.

In the 2019–2020 season Goggia achieved two Super-G podiums - a victory in St. Moritz and a second place in Sochi - both together with teammate Federica Brignone. In early February she suffered a fall during the Super-G race in Garmisch-Partenkirchen that caused a fracture in her left arm and the premature end of the season.

World Cup results

Season titles

  • 1 titles  – (1 downhill)
Season Discipline
2018 Downhill

Season standings

Season Age  Overall   Slalom  Giant
Super-G Downhill Combined
2014 21 85 30
2015 22 123 58
2016 23 38 22 20 32 35
2017 24 3 3 6 2 8
2018 25 4 22 5 1 17
2019 26 22 43 14 7
2020 27 11 19 8 17

Race podiums

  • 7 wins – (4 DH, 3 SG)
  • 27 podiums – (12 DH, 9 SG, 5 GS, 1 SC)
Season Date Location Discipline Place
2017 26 Nov 2016 Killington, USA Giant slalom 3rd
2 Dec 2016 Lake Louise, Canada Downhill 2nd
4 Dec 2016 Super-G 3rd
10 Dec 2016 Sestriere, Italy Giant slalom 2nd
16 Dec 2016 Val d'Isère, France Super combined 3rd
17 Dec 2016 Downhill 3rd
7 Jan 2017 Maribor, Slovenia Giant slalom 2nd
28 Jan 2017 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy Downhill 2nd
29 Jan 2017 Super-G 2nd
4 Mar 2017 Jeongseon, South Korea Downhill 1st
5 Mar 2017 Super-G 1st
15 Mar 2017 Aspen, USA Downhill 3rd
19 Mar 2017 Giant slalom 2nd
2018 16 Dec 2017 Val d'Isére, France Super-G 2nd
17 Dec 2017 Super-G 3rd
6 Jan 2018 Kranjska Gora, Slovenia Giant slalom 3rd
14 Jan 2018 Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria Downhill 1st
19 Jan 2018 Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy Downhill 1st
3 Feb 2018 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany Downhill 2nd
4 Feb 2018 Downhill 2nd
14 Mar 2018 Åre, Sweden Downhill 2nd
15 Mar 2018 Super-G 1st
2019 26 Jan 2019 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany Super-G 2nd
27 Jan 2019 Downhill 2nd
23 Feb 2019   Crans-Montana, Switzerland Downhill 1st
2020 14 Dec 2019   St. Moritz, Switzerland Super-G 1st
2 Feb 2020 Rosa Khutor, Russia Super-G 2nd

World Championship results

  Year    Age   Slalom   Giant 
Super-G Downhill Combined
2013 20 4 22 7
2015 22
2017 24 3 10 4 DNF2
2019 26 DNF2 2 15

Olympic results

  Year    Age   Slalom   Giant 
Super-G Downhill Combined
2018 25 11 11 1 DNS
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 22 Apr 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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