Michaela Marzola ( born February 21, 1966 in Selva Gardena) is a former Italian alpine skier from South Tyrol. She won a super-G World Cup, reached two top - 10 finishes at the Olympic Winter Games in 1988 and was eight times Italian Champion.
Marzola was from the mid 1980s to the best Italians in the Super- G and Downhill. From 1985 to 1991 she won a total of eight Italian titles. The highlight of her career was winning the World Cup super-G of Megève on January 25, 1986 in front of the Austrian Elisabeth Kirchler. In addition, they recorded a fifth place in the departure of Puy -Saint -Vincent on January 16, 1986, and a fifth place in the Super G in Pfronten on 17 January 1987, and came five more times in the top ten. In the 1985/86 season, she was third in the super-G standings.
At the Olympic Winter Games in Calgary in 1988, it achieved the seventh place and in combination with the tenth place in the Super -G. From 1985 to 1991 she took part in four World Cups, the best result was the 16th place in the 1991 case combination.
Olympic Winter Games
- Calgary 1988: 7 Super -G, 10 combination, 19 departure
- Bormio 1985: 18 Downhill, Giant Slalom 22
- Crans -Montana 1987: 24 Combination 28 exit 30, the Super-G
- Vail / Beaver Creek 1989: 28 Super -G
- Saalbach -Hinterglemm 1991: 16 combination, 19 Super -G, Downhill 23,
Junior World Championships
- Sestriere 1983: 15 Downhill, Giant Slalom 18
- Sugarloaf 1984: 6 combination
- Season 1985/86: 3 Super -G standings
- 1 win (Super -G in Megeve on January 25, 1986), two fifth places
Michaela Marzola won eight Italian championship:
- Super -G ( 4): 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990
- Exit ( 3): 1988, 1990, 1991
- Combination of ( 1): 1985