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David Zogg
Born(1902-12-18)18 December 1902
Died26 July 1977(1977-07-26) (aged 74)
Medal record
Representing   Switzerland
Men’s Alpine skiing
World Championship
Gold medal – first place 1931 Mürren Slalom
Gold medal – first place 1934 St. Moritz Downhill
Gold medal – first place 1934 St. Moritz Combined
Silver medal – second place 1932 Cortina D'Ampezzo Downhill
Silver medal – second place 1933 Innsbruck Downhill
Silver medal – second place 1934 St. Moritz Slalom
Silver medal – second place 1935 Mürren Slalom

David Zogg (18 December 1902 – 26 July 1977) was a Swiss alpine and Nordic combined skier. He was raised in Arosa, Switzerland.

At the 1928 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz he finished 16th in the Nordic combined event.

In 1931, he won the first World Championship in Slalom and in 1934, he was World Champion in downhill skiing. In the 1930s, he participated in a few films about skiing.[1]

David Zogg's original club chair in the Sattelhütte Arosa

After retiring from ski racing, he was the head of the ski school in Arosa for many years.

David Zogg additionally played a role in opening up the exploration of the Himalayas by being appointed the deputy leader of the 1939 Swiss expedition to the Himalayas, undertaken by the Swiss Foundation for Alpine Research. The outcomes of this were "Exploration of the Ramani glacier basic, first ascent of Dunagiri (7066 m), Rataban (6156 m), Ghori Parbat (6714 m). Attempt on Chaukhamba (7138 m)"[2] There's more about his mountaineering in the German article.[3]



  1. ^ Schweizer, Günther; Engstingen (2022-04-27). "Rezension von: Gemeinde Engstingen (Hrsg.), 850 Jahre Kohlstetten". Schwäbische Heimat. 64 (4): 502–503. doi:10.53458/sh.v64i4.2516. ISSN 2750-4662.
  2. ^ "Excerpt from: Excerpt from: Swiss Foundation for Alpine Research, 1939 to 1970.. Published in Zurich in 1972". Retrieved 2012-01-13.
  3. ^ "Sahara 1948 – Alpinfo" (in German). Retrieved 2022-10-27.

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