Who’s Michael Matt?
A Brief History of SkiingMichael Matt was created May 13, 1993. He’s an Austrian World Cup athlete that died from alpine skiing. Hailing in Zams, Tyrol, he participates at the Slalom field and has competed in two World Championships. His first World Cup debut was created in age 20 at the Levi slalom at November 2013 when he hurried along with his brother Mario. In addition, he competed in the 2015 World Championships at Beaver Creek, where Matt hurried at the slalom but failed to complete his second run. Matt claimed his first World Cup podium in Finland by getting the runner-up at Levi on 13 November 2016, also was able to celebrate his first success on 5th of March, 2017 at Slovenia in Kranjska Gora. In the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at Pyeongchang, South Korea, Matt finished the first run of the slalom contest in 12th place and moved up to third after the next run, thus getting himself the decoration. He was also a part of the group that took a silver medal in the team event. The brother of Matt is a Olympic Champion. Mario Matt is your dual FIS World and Olympic Champion. His brother Andreas Matt is cross World Champion. In 2001, in age eight, Matt was buried by an avalanche, but he had been pulled out afterwards. Matt is known as Michi by his own pals. He likes to indulge in Hiking, motorbikes, biking. The athlete could talk German and English languages. He coached at the club SC Flirsch at Austria under trainer Marko Pfeifer who’s on a nationwide level. He took up the game in 1996 at age three. His most memorable achievement is ending in the slalom in the 2017 World Cup event in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. He believes in the doctrine, “Give your very best.”