since 2001 official medical officer of the Austrian National Team
since 2001 director of ?Medisport Auer? in Medicent Innsbruck
As a specialist for sports medicine and long-time World Cup athlete, Dr. Auer has a unique expertise for the care of alpine ski racers.
Dr. Wulf Glötzer
Spezialist for Accident Surgery and Sport trauma
Official medical officer of the Austrian Team since 1988, especially large events (Olympic Games, World Championships etc.)
Team doctor for the Innsbruck Ice Hockey Association since 1986
Medical Officer for the Austrian Junior Ice-Hockey Team during World Championships.
Head medical officer for the Ice-Hockey World Championships in 2005 in Innsbruck, and the Universidade EH.
12 years member of the Austrian Ski Jumping National Team
World Championships (3x Gold, 3x Silver, 2x Bronze)
Olympic Games (1x Silver)
Overall World Cup Winner
Head Coach of the Austrian National Team
Ski Jumping Coach of the German National Team for Nordic Combination
Ski Jumping Coach of the Austrian National Team for Nordic Combination
Ski Jumping Training is for sure a great help for every alpine athlete to overcome internal barriers but also in overall for coordination and balance.
Håkan Dahlbo, D.Sc.
State recognised Doctor of napr. Medicine, D.N.
Bachelor of Acupuncture, B.Ac. (TCM)
Specialist in Medical Physical Training, D.Sc.
Former trainer of Swedish Ski Association
Present Tyrolean Head of Tennis Association
Official adivisor for Luxemburg Tennis Association
Over 60 international and national Championships
trainer for Horst Skoff, ATP 17, Sylvia Plischke WTA 27, Beate Reinstadler WTA 58, Yvonne Meusburger WTA 62, Stefan Lochbihler, ATP 112 and Marat Safin-Bezinger and six times Austrian Champion Thomas Schiessling and Patricia Mayr among others
Over 400 Coaching sessions during professional tours over the last 20 years
Austria Racing Camps Photographer
For Alpine Ski Weltcup
As in Motor sport, and for numerous other sports
Various sports events
Photografic work in the areas of Advertisement, Tourism, Architecture, Reporting and Nature