|Born||5 November 1989|
Thomas Tumler (born 5 November 1989) is a Swiss alpine skier who competes internationally.
He participated in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
|2019||2 Dec 2018||Giant slalom||3rd|
|2020||9 Feb 2020||Parallel-G||2nd|
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