Who Is Ramon Zenhausern? Wiki, Skier, Net Worth & Facts To Know

Ramon Zenhausern is a skier who recently participated at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. Read more about the skier including his net worth.

Who is Ramon Zenhausern?

Ramon Zenhäusern was born on 4th May 1992. He is a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer. Born in Bürchen, Valais, he made his World Cup debut on 11 November 2012, and competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, in slalom skiing. He represents men’s alpine skiing from Switzerland. His performance at the 2014 Winter Olympics was ranked 110 overall and he finished 39th. In the recent 2018 Olympic Winter Games, Zenhausern won a gold medal in team event and a silver medal in slalom skiing. He had also won a gold medal at the Winter Universiade in 2015 in Granada in slalom event. He was placed 7th in the Swiss World Cup in slalom skiing in Adelboden in Switzerland on 10th Jan, 2016.

Net worth of the skier

The net worth of the skier is currently unavailable.

Ramon Zenhausern won 19th Matteo Baumgarten Award

Swiss Alpine Skier Ramon Zenhäusern, a student in Economics, recenttly won the 19th edition of the Matteo Baumgarten Award. 26 strong applications from 15 National Ski Associations were received and out of them, his won. The 22-year-old slalom specialist placed second at the FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships in Quebec (CAN) in 2013. In 2014, he participated at the Sochi Olympic Winter Games and finished 19th in the slalom. In 2015, he won the slalom skiing event in the Winter Universiade in Sierra Nevada (SPA) and also made several appearances at World Cup level. Whilst maintaining a busy race schedule, the Swiss athlete studies Economics at the Distance-Learning University of Hagen. Ramon was presented with the award on 12th April 2015 in Bormio (ITA) as part of an official ceremony. The Matteo Baumgarten Award annually is give on behalf of Matteo Baumgarten by recognising young athletes who are completing their education while competing. Last year, this award was felicitated to Bernadette Schild (AUT).

Recent stint at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games

Ramon Zenhäusern won an unprecedented victory at the World Cup parallel slalom in Stockholm. The two-meter giant from Visp celebrated twice the premiere. Ramon Zenhäusern secured his first victory in the World Cup in a discipline in which he had never started before, in the format man against man. Much to the shock and dismay of Andre Myhrer fans, Ramon Zenhausern just managed to claim his first ever World Cup victory in a parallel slalom city event in Sweden. Myhrer lagged behind by 0.04 seconds after the first run and, although the two riders were neck-and-neck for much of the second run, he could not quite bridge the difference. Andre Myhrer was the home favorite but he had to settle with a silver medal this time in alpine skiing at the Olympics. The men’s race was the final World Cup event before the PyeongChang, 2018 Olympic Winter Games and it was a high-quality event throughout, with Britain’s Dave Ryding knocked out in the first round.

Up, close and personal with the Olympian

Ramon Zenhausern has his own website ramon-zenhaeusern.ch/#UeberMich in which he gives us a sneak peek into some personal information. Lets us know him better: Training group: World Cup Group3 Technik
World Ranking SL Men: No. 15
Birthday: 04.05.1992
Weight: 100 kg
Ski club: Brandegg / Bürchen
Regional association: Ski Valais / Ski Valais
Favorite race: Adelboden & Lauberhorn
Favorite food: Mama`s kitchen
Favorite drink: Water
Music: Wintershome
Movie: Peaceful Warrior
Literature: Novels with a historical background
Hobbies: Tennis, windsurfing, kitesurfing, catamaran, clarinet
Head Coach: Matteo Joris
Assistant Trainer: Thierry Meynet
Serviceman: Willi Breitenberger
Pastry Trainer: Didier Plaschy / Sjodin Thomas
Physio: Armando Crottogini
Sports Psychologist: Frank Trotschkes

In an interview with Ramon Zenhausern

Ramon Zenhausern was recently interviewed after his win at the 2018 Olympics. The interviewer asked him his opinion on the fact that the trainers at Swiss-Ski should form a new training group for this discipline. And Didier Plaschy would have to be the coach to which he replied, ” Can not I continue in slalom? Since I was not so bad. (laughs) And yes, the Plaschy … This is an “extreme Siech” – one who seeks the extreme. That’s probably why he has a fool on me. He wanted to prove the opposite to people, show them that even a two-meter man can be successful in slalom. That’s what irritated him about me.” He was also asked that compared to the slalom the expectations in the team event were high. How did he deal with it? He replied, ” It was’nt easy. The last days were full of emotions and the forces were slowly coming to an end. Refocusing was a challenge. What was in the last days, I tried to hide. Also I did not want to think that now also gold is possible. The idea of getting another gold after the silver medal was a bit scary. Correspondingly large is the relief of having withstood the pressure.” Lastly, Zenhausern was asked that when did it become apparent that parallel races are a strength of his to which he smiled and replied, ” So before the victory in Stockholm at the end of January, nobody would have thought that I could even drive parallel slalom.”