Monika Bergmann ( born April 17, 1978 in Lam ) is a former German ski racer. Your special discipline was the slalom.
Monika Bergmann denied her first World Cup race in December 1996. Your best rankings in the Ski World Cup they reached with two second place on 29 December, 2001 in Lienz and on February 8, 2004 at the Great Arber. In the 2003 /04 season it was. Behind the Swede Anja Parson and the Austrian Marlies Schild third in the slalom World Cup
She was out at FIS races as a miner - Schmuderer her marriage in May 2003. This name was but led only to 2007.
The biggest success of her career she succeeded at the Alpine World Ski Championships in Bormio in 2005 when she was along with Andreas Ertl, Martina Ertl, Florian Eckert, Hilde Gerg and Felix Neureuther world champion in the inaugural team competition.
Bergmann, in 1998, 2002 and 2006 at the Olympic Winter Games in part. Her best result was a sixth place in the slalom in 2002.
On March 7, 2009 Monika Bergmann announced her resignation from the ski racing at the end of the season 2008 /09. Her last race was on 13 March 2009, the World Cup slalom in Åre.
2010 closed Monika Bergmann graduated with the degree "Bachelor of Arts in International Management " beginning and has since worked in the private sector.
- Nagano 1998: 9 Slalom, 12 combination
- Salt Lake City 2002: 6 Slalom
- Turin 2006: 16 Slalom, 16 combination
- Vail 1999: 32 Departure
- St. Moritz 2003 13 Slalom
- Bormio 2005: 1st team competition, 15 combination
- Åre 2007: 6 Slalom
Junior World Championships
- Voss 1995: 17 Slalom, 26 departure
- High -Ybrig 1996: 2nd slalom, fourth combination, 8 Super -G, Downhill 10, 10 Giant Slalom
- Schladming 1997: 1st exit
- Megève 1998: 2nd Slalom
- Season 2003/ 04: 3 Slalom World Cup
- 6 podiums
- Season 2000/ 01: 2nd slalom rating
- Season 2003/ 04: first slalom rating
- 18 podiums, 9 wins
- 5 - time German champion in slalom (2004 to 2008)
- 1 victory in the Nor- Am Cup
- 18 wins in FIS races