Matteo Marsaglia

Matteo Marsaglia (born 5 October 1985 in Rome ) is an Italian alpine skier and sports soldier. His strongest disciplines are the super combined and super -G. Marsaglias sister Francesca is also a ski racer.


His first FIS races contested Marsaglia in November 2000. In the European Cup he his first race in February 2003. It was not until December 21, 2007, until he first went to the super combination of Altenmarkt in the top ten, a month later, he won first place on the podium in the super combination of Sarn Valley / Reinwald. His first European Cup victory of the Italians celebrated on 25 February 2009 in the super combined in Tarvisio.

His debut in the World Cup had Marsaglia on February 3, 2008 in Val d'Isere super combined of where it reached number 16 right away. This was also a long time his only income until he scored in the top 30 on 17 December 2010 as the 25th of the Super G in Val Gardena for the second time. In the 2009/10 season he was injured but only participate in a European Cup races. As of mid-January 2011 Marsaglia was resistant to score in the World Cup and significantly improve its results. With a ranking of nine in the combination of Kitzbühel and seventh place in the departure of Kvitfjell he reached his first top-10 results. At the World Championships 2011 in Garmisch -Partenkirchen, he finished 15th in the super -G.

In the 2011/12 season Marsaglia drove with two fourth places in the super combination of Krasnaya Polyana and Super- G of Schladming for the first time among the top 5 before he on 1 December 2012 in the Super G in Beaver Creek its first World Cup victory celebrated. At the end of the season he finished second in the Super G discipline standings.


World Championships

  • Garmisch -Partenkirchen 2011: 15 Super -G
  • Schladming 2013: 11 Super -G, Super Combined 28

World Cup

  • Season 2012/13: 2 Super - G World Cup
  • 2 podium finishes, including a victory:

European Cup

  • Season 2008/ 09: 3 Super - Combination Evaluation
  • Season 2010/ 11: 4 Super -G standings
  • 3 podiums, including two victories:

Other successes

  • Two Italian league titles (departure in 2011, Super-G 2012)
  • Italian junior champion in the super -G in 2003
  • 9 wins in FIS races