Heinz von Allmen

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Heinz von Allmen (10 August 1913 – 11 November 2003 in Lauterbrunnen) was a Swiss Alpine skier and cross-country skier.

World Championships medals

One of Wengen's most successful ski racers, Heinz von Allmen won the following races:[1]

Heinz also won the Lauberhorn 7 times and the Swiss Ski Championships 9 times.[1]


Heinz' two younger brothers, Marcel von Allmen and Otto von Allmen were also ski champions. Marcel was two-time winner of the Lauberhorn (1941 and 1944). Otto was 10 times Swiss ski champion, three times winner of the Lauberhorn, and champion of the Nordic/Alpine combined in 1944. The three brothers won 19 Swiss ski championship races, 19 Lauberhorn races, 4 World Championship races.[1] In the period leading up to, and during, World War II, the brothers (along with Hans Schlunegger, also of Wengen), were champions in the combined Nordic/Alpine disciplines, which were dropped after the war because of the difficulty of training for all four events.[2]


  1. ^ a b c "The Ski Champions of Wengen. Retrieved March 13, 2011
  2. ^ The Years of War and the Years Afterwards, The Period of the Biggest Successes of the Ski Club Wengen Archived 2011-07-23 at the Wayback Machine. Wengen Ski Club. Retrieved March 13, 2011
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