Prock, Markus Nationenerfolge  (not active)
  discipline: Single Men artificial track FIL-Nr.: LGAUT12206196401
birthdate:  22.06.1964 place of birth:   Innsbruck, AUT
marital status:   married profession:   soldier
children:   2 recidence:    Mieders, Stubeital, AUT
height:   184 cm weight:   88 kg
competing:   since 1976 national team since:    1983
hobbies:    football, biking, tennis, sports

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Gold World Championships 1987  in Igls  (AUT)
1.Place Overall World Cup 1987/1988
Silver European Championships  1988  in Königssee  (GER)
Silver World Championships 1989  in Winterberg  (GER)
1.Place Overall World Cup  1989/1990
Silver European Championships 1990  in Igls  (AUT)
Silver World Championships 1990  in Calgary  (CAN)
1.Place Overall World Cup  1990/1991
Bronze World Championships 1991  in Winterberg  (GER)
1.Place Overall World Cup 1991/1992
Silver Olympic Winter Games 1992  in Albertville  (FRA)
1.Place Overall World Cup 1992/1993
1.Place Overall World Cup 1993/1994
Gold European Championships 1994  in Königssee  (GER)
Silver Olympic Winter Games 1994  in Lillehammer  (NOR)
Bronze World Championships 1995  in Lillehammer  (NOR)
1.Place Overall World Cup  1995/1995
1.Place Overall World Cup  1995/1996
Gold World Championships 1996  in Altenberg  (GER)
Bronze World Championships team competition 1996  in Altenberg  (GER)
1.Place Overall World Cup 1996/1997
Silver World Championships 1997  in Igls  (AUT)
Gold World Championships team competition 1997  in Igls  (AUT)
Bronze European Championships 1998  in Oberhof  (GER)
1.Place Overall World Cup  1998/1999
4.Place European Championships 2000  in Winterberg  (GER)
Bronze European Championships team competition 2000  in Winterberg  (GER)
7.Place World Chamiponships 2000  in St.Moritz  (SUI)
Bronze World Championships team competition 2000  in St.Moritz  (SUI)
3.Place Overall World Cup 2000/2001
Bronze World Championships 2001  in Calgary  (CAN)
5.Place World Championships team competition 2001  in Calgary  (CAN)
Gold 38th European Championships 2001/2002  in Altenberg  (GER)
1.Place Overall World Cup 2001/2002
Bronze XIX. Olympic Winter Games 2002  in Salt Lake City  (USA)

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