|Born||15 September 1965|
|World Cup debut||1984|
|Medals||1 (1 gold)|
Thomas Stangassinger (born 15 September 1965) is an Austrian former alpine skier.
Throughout the 1990s, he belonged to the international slalom elite. He won a silver medal in the World Ski Championships in Saalbach-Hinterglemm and a bronze medal in the World Ski Championships in Morioka. His career highlight came when he won the slalom competition at the 1994 Olympics in Lillehammer.
|3 December 1989||Mont Sainte-Anne||Slalom|
|24 January 1993||Veysonnaz||Slalom|
|28 November 1993||Park City||Slalom|
|16 January 1994||Kitzbühel||Slalom|
|9 March 1997||Shigakogen||Slalom|
|22 November 1997||Park City||Slalom|
|18 January 1998||Veysonnaz||Slalom|
|25 January 1998||Kitzbühel||Slalom|
|28 November 1998||Aspen||Slalom|
|13 March 1999||Sierra Nevada||Slalom|
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