Martin, Brian Nationenerfolge
  discipline: Doubles Men (back) artificial track FIL-Nr.: LGUSA11901197401
birthdate:  19.01.74 place of birth:   Stanford, California/USA
marital status:   single profession:   athlete
children:   recidence:    Palo Alto, California/USA
height:   173 cm weight:   72 kg
competing:   since 1988 national team since:    1994
hobbies:    snowboarding, wake surf

photo of Brian Martin
 
1.Place Overall World Cup 1997/1998
Bronze Olympic Winter Games 1998  in Nagano  (JPN)
1.Place Overall World Cup 1998/1999
Bronze World Championships 1999  in Königssee  (GER)
3.Place Overall World Cup 1999/2000
Bronze World Chamionships 2000  in St.Moritz  (SUI)
Bronze World Championships 2000  in St.Moritz  (SUI)
4.Place World Championships team competition 2000  in St.Moritz  (SUI)
4.Place Overall World Cup 2000/2001
8.Place World Championships 2001  in Calgary  (CAN)
Bronze World Championships team competition 2001  in Calgary  (CAN)
Silver XIX. Olympic Winter Games 2002  in Salt Lake City  (USA)
1.Place Overall World Cup 2002/2003
7.Place (Team) 36th World Championships 2003  in Sigulda  (LAT)
4.Place 36th World Championships 2003  in Sigulda  (LAT)
Bronze 37th World Championships 2004  in Nagano  (JPN)
Silver 37th World Championships Team Competition 2004  in Nagano  (JPN)
5.Place Overall Challenge Cup 2004/2005
4.Place Overall World Cup 2004/2005
Bronze World Championships 2005  in Park City  (USA)
Silver World Championships (Team) 2005  in Park City  (USA)
7.Place Overall Challenge Cup 2005/2006
8.Place Overall World Cup 2005/2006
6.Place Challenge Cup 2006/2007
6.Place Viessmann Weltcup 2006/2007
Bronze FIL-World Championships 2007  in Igls  (AUT)
5.Place Challenge Cup 2007/2008
10.Place Viessmann Weltcup 2007/2008
9.Place FIL-World Championships 2008  in Oberhof  (GER)
7.Place Challenge Cup 2008/2009
8.Place Viessmann World Cup 2008/2009
Bronze FIL-World Championships 2009  in Lake Placid  (USA)
6.Place Tiscover Challenge Cup 2009/2010
10.Place Viessmann World Cup 2009/2010
13.Place XXI. Olympic Winter Games 2010  in Vancouver  (CAN)

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