2005 - 2nd in super-G; 3rd in downhill; 4th in combined.
World Cup (2005-06)
1st in downhill at Kitzbuehel, Austria; 1st in downhill at Val d'Isere, France; 1st in combined at Val d'Isere; 2nd in downhill at Val Gardena, Italy; 2nd in downhill at Wengen, Switzerland.
Other career highlights
Currently leads downhill World Cup standings and is 2nd in overall and combined World Cup standings; World Cup leader in downhill and finished 5th in super-G in 2004-05; picked up third win of World Cup season at Kitzbuehel, other two wins this season came at Val d'Isere, has nine World Cup titles lifetime; grew up one village from famous compatriot Hermann Maier; started career as slalom specialist before switching to downhill.