Wolfgang Mayrhofer

Wolfgang Mayrhofer (born 24 May 1958) is an Austrian competitive sailor and Olympic silver medalist as well as Full Professor of management at WU Vienna (Vienna University of Business and Economics) in Vienna, Austria.

He won a silver medal in the Finn class at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. Wolfgang Mayrhofer is sailing since the age of 5. From 1963 to 1973 he sailed Optimist, the most popular single-handed boat for children below the age of 15; 1969 top-sailor worldwide in the Optimist below the age of 12. Sailing OK-Dinghy from 1974 to 1976 and Finn-Dinghy (Olympic class 1952-2020) from 1976 to 1983. In OK and Finn several times national champion; participating in numerous European and World championships at the junior and senior level. In the Finn-class European vice-champion (junior) in Finn in 1979; silver medallist in the Olympic Games in 1980 (Moscow/Tallinn). Since 1983 hobby sailing with occasional dinghy and big-boat racing.

He is co-founder of Championships (see http://www.championSHIPs.at) that uses sail boats as a unique field of experience and regularly offers trainings for middle and top managers, focusing on team building, team development, leadership and communication. Provided by Wikipedia
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