- Age 25 (February 5, 1989)
- Height 5' 6"
- Birthplace Germany
- Residence Waldstetten, Germany
- First Olympics 2014
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News Desk: Julie Donaldson reflects on the first ever women's ski jumping competition at the Olympics. Eric Adelson joins Donaldson to discuss why it took the International Olympic Committee so long to allow women's ski jumping in the Games.
News Desk: For the first time in history, women competed in a ski jumping event at an Olympic Games. The medals went to a trio of European jumpers: Carina Vogt of Germany earned gold, Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT) of Austria grabbed silver, while Coline Mattel of France finished with bronze.
Germany's Carina Vogt is the first ever Olympic champion in women's ski jumping. As her score was released and it finally hit her that she won the first gold medal in the event's Olympic history, Vogt collapsed to the ground and the waterworks began as she was completely overcome with joyous emotion.