Athlete profile

Tobias Angerer -

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Successes in cross-country skiing:

Four-time medalist at the Olympic Games

Two-time overall World Cup champion

Four-time vice world champion

Birthday: 4/12/1977

Profession: Sports manager, brand ambassador

Club: SC Vachendorf

Hobbies: Cross-country skiing, family, golf, tennis, social commitment (ambassador for Special Olympics Bavaria and the Snow Crystals Foundation)

Role model:

Previously, when I was an athlete, it was Gunde Svan, a Swedish cross-country skier. Nowadays my role models are people who are committed to social projects.

What's important to me:

My family is the most important thing to me and I want everyone to be healthy and happy. I also would like to inspire and motivate young people as well as adults to participate in sports and exercise. Supporting social projects is very important to me, as is making an important contribution to the preservation of our environment.

The cooperation [...], means a lot to me and I am very proud to continue being part of the Viessmann family [...]. Embodying the values and visions [...], is a driving force and motivation for me!

Tobias Angerer // Brand ambassador

Career

Tobias garnered early successes on a national youth and junior level. Between 1993 and 1996, he became German junior champion six times. After graduating from the Berchtesgaden Ski High School in 1996, he joined the sports training group of the German Armed Forces. In the same year, Tobias participated for the first time in an international competition – the Junior World Cup in Asiago. Two years later he competed in the World Cup for the first time. In the 2001/02 season, he made his sports breakthrough, with his first podium finish in the individual World Cup in Ramsau. He also won bronze at the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.  In 2004, Tobias won his first World Cup in Falun.  In the 2005/06 season, he secured the overall World Cup victory. One year later Tobias became the first ever winner of the Tour de Ski.  At the Olympic Games in 2006 in Turin and in 2010 in Vancouver, Tobias won another three medals: two silver and one bronze. At the World Cups from 2005 to 2011 he also won a total of six medals: four silver and two bronze. Tobias ended his career in 2014 with the 50 km race in Oslo. Today he continues to be a brand ambassador for the Viessmann family business.

Biathlon relay with Viessmann sponsoring
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