Fanny Chmelar (born 31 October 1985 in Weilheim in Oberbayern) is a former German ski racer. Your best performance it achieved in the slalom discipline.
Chmelar launched for the first time in December 2000 FIS races and national junior race. The first missions in the European Cup was followed two years later. After they had proved there after some time strong upward trend, she was allowed to end of December 2005 contest their first World Cup race. Already at their third race, the super-combined in St. Moritz January 22, 2006, she clinched third place, 20 their first World Cup points.
There followed a series of excellent placements: Two weeks later drove Chmelar slalom of Ofterschwang with the high start number 51 on the 16th place. On 15 December 2006, it reached number six in the Super Combined at the Reiteralm. In 2007, she first participated in a World Championship and was 21 in the super combined. At the beginning of the season 2007/2008 Chmelar started in the World Cup for the last time in the speed disciplines Downhill and Super- G, since it focused primarily on the slalom.
In the 2008 /09 season Chmelar achieved consistently good World Cup results. In her eleven starts before the World Cup, although she came six times not finishing or was disqualified for five slaloms, however, was a 13th place, the best and the worst result of 24th place. She was nominated for these services for the Championships in Val d'Isere. In preparation for the World Cup you get into upper yoke two slalom wins in a row, first with a FIS race and a day later at the German Junior Championships. When Maria Riesch's victory on the track Bellevarde she succeeded with eighth made it into the top 10. At the World Cup finals in Åre she succeeded on March 13, 2009, the only podium finish of her career.
With another top - 10 finishes in the season 2009/10 Chmelar was for the 2010 Winter Olympics qualifying in Vancouver and enforce in an internal secretion in Canada along with Christina Geiger for use in the Olympic slalom on February 27, 2010 from Catherine Dürr. In her only part in the Olympics but Chmelar eliminated in the second round, after they had lain in race one in 13th place. At the Winter Military World Games in March 2010, she won gold in slalom and bronze in the giant slalom.
In the season 2010/11 Chmelar drove in four World Cup Slalom is the fastest 15, while she won the slalom rating in the European Cup with a win in Melchsee -Frutt and three other podium finishes. At the World Championships 2011 in Garmisch -Partenkirchen, she took 15th place in the slalom. World Cup in winter 2011/12 was a 13th place their best result, in the 2012/13 season, a 15th place. On March 9, 2013 Chmelar was on their website their withdrawal from the Alpine ski racing known, a day later they denied Ofterschwang in the last World Cup race, in the original Tutu.
- Åre 2007: 21 Super Combined
- Val d'Isere 2009: slalom 8
- Garmisch -Partenkirchen 2011: 15 Slalom
Junior World Championships
- Quebec 2003: 10 Super -G, Downhill 32, 43 Giant Slalom
- Bardonecchia 2005: 22 Super -G, Downhill 26, 29 Giant Slalom
- 8 placings in the top ten, including one podium
- Season 2005/ 06: 4th overall, 3rd combined score, 5 slalom rating
- Season 2010/ 11: first slalom rating
- 12 podium finishes, including two victories:
- 4 German championship: Slalom 2009
- Super -G 2009
- Super combined 2008 and 2009