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Sofia Goggia

Date of birth: 15/11/1992

Place of Birth: Bergamo

HEIGHT X WEIGHT: 1,69 x 67

Speciality: Downhill, Giant Slalom, SuperG, Alpine Combined

Club: Fiamme Gialle

Coach: Giovanni Luca Rulfi

Hobby: Reading



Giant slalom, super-G, downhill, combined: the first Italian skier in history to be on the podium for four different ski disciplines in the Alpine Ski World Cup and to have obtained 13 seasonal podiums, outdoing superstars like Deborah Compagnoni. After a long series of injuries that, in the long run, taught her to grow, the 24 year old from Bergamo, who also holds the record for points conquered in the Cup within a season, is poised to reach new strong goals backed up by the bronze won in giant slalom in St. Moritz 2017. While in Korea, the skier dominated the Test Event and found her first two victories in the World Cup; now she aspires to become an Olympic “graduate” (her dream since she was six years old) to no longer be the "black sheep" in a family of college graduates (her mother is a Literature Professor while her father and brother are engineers). Her colorful lingerie pieces (which for luck purposes vary depending on the discipline) are already in her suitcase. Go-go-Goggia.



Giochi Olimpici / Olympic Games
2018 PyeongChang (Kor) 1ª DH - 11ª GS - 11ª SG - DNS AC

Campionati Mondiali / World Championships
2013 Schladming (Aut) - 4ª SG - 7ª SC - 22ª DH
2017 St. Moritz (Sui) - 3ª GS - 4ª DH - 10ª SG - DNF2 AC

Coppa del Mondo / World Cup
Classifica finale / Final Ranking
2013/2014 - 85ª (cl. gen.) - 30ª SG
2014/2015 - 123ª (cl. gen.) - 58ª SG
2015/2016 - 38ª (cl. gen.) -  20ª SG - 22ª GS - 32ª DH - 35ª AC
2016/2017 - (cl. gen.) - 2ª DH - 3ª GS - 6ª SG - 8ª - AC

Coppa del Mondo 2017- 2018 / World Cup 2017-2018
DNF1 - Soelden (Aut)
15ª GS - Killington (Usa)
6ª DH - 9ª DH - 9ª SG - Lake Louise (Can)
DNF1 SG -  St. Moritz (Sui)
2ª SG3ª SG Val d'Isère (Fra)
16ª GS - Courchevel (Fra)
16ª GS - Lienz (Aut)
3ª GS - Kranjska Gora (Slo)
1ª DH - 10ª SG - Bad Kleinkirchheim (Aut)
1ª DH - DNF DH - DNF SG - Cortina d'Ampezzo (Ita)
DNF1 GS - Lenzerheide (Sui) 
2ª  DH - 2ª  DH - Garmisch (Ger)