Sandro Viletta (born 23 January 1986) is a Swiss ski racer. He comes from La Punt- Chamues -ch, belongs to the national team of Swiss-Ski and specializes in the disciplines of Super -G and giant slalom.
Viletta took from December 2001 FIS races in part, from January 2004 in the European Cup. He celebrated his first major success on 1 February 2004 when he won the Swiss junior champion title in the giant slalom. At the Junior World Cup in 2006 at Mont Sainte -Anne, he won the bronze medal in the slalom. In the European Cup 2006/07 season he was fifth in the slalom standings.
His first World Cup race denied Viletta on 12 December 2006 in Levi. On 25 February 2007, he was 16 of the slalom in Garmisch -Partenkirchen and thus won his first World Cup points. On 10 January 2009 he drove in the giant slalom in Adelboden to fourth place, which was his best result for more than two years. At the 2009 World Championships in Val d'Isère, he drove in the super combined to sixth place in the slalom and ranked 13th at the Olympic Winter Games 2010 in Vancouver, he finished 14th in the super combined and ranked 15th in the giant slalom.
At the World Championships 2011 in Garmisch -Partenkirchen, he came after a failure in the super -G only 24 of the giant slalom to the finish. On 3 December 2011, he won a World Cup race, the super -G in Beaver Creek for the first time. As a result, he could not confirm this success due to health reasons long time. Rarely get him appealing results. In the 2013/14 season, he established himself in the discipline super-combined in the advanced world class. At the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi in 2014, he won something of a surprise gold medal in the super combined.
- Vancouver 2010: 14 Super Combined, Giant Slalom 15
- Sochi 2014: 1 Super Combined
- Val d'Isere 2009: 6 Super Combined, Slalom 13
- Garmisch -Partenkirchen 2011: 24 Giant Slalom
- Schladming 2013: 5 Super Combined
Junior World Championships
- Quebec 2006: 3 Slalom
- Season 2006/ 07: 5 slalom rating
- 3 podiums
- 4 Swiss Champion title ( downhill, super -G and giant slalom in 2013, Super Combined 2014)
- 7 wins in FIS races