Shahar Tzuberi is an Israeli windsurfer and Olympic bronze medalist, windsurfing "Neil Pryde" RS: X. He is the grandson of Gad Tsobari, the 1972 Olympic wrestler who escaped from the Arab terrorists. Arab in the Munich massacre. He's a three-time Olympic winner.
|Coached by||Yair Suari|
|Highest world ranking||2nd (RS:X, 2009), 99th (Mistral, 2005)|
Windsurfer who competed in his first Olympics in 2008 in Beijing, where he won the bronze medal.
He began surfing at age 7, and after joining the Israel Defense Forces in 2005, he was granted "Athlete of Excellence" status, which allowed him to continue competing.
He won back to back European Championships, in 2009 and 2010, in Israel and Poland, respectively.
His uncle Gad Tsobari was a wrestler who escaped Arab terrorists at the 1972 Olympics.
He competed in the 2008 Olympics where American swimmer Michael Phelps set a number of Olympic records.
Sport in Israel - Sport in Israel plays an important role in Israeli culture and is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Sports.. Jewish sailor (sport). Sailors at the 2008 Summer Olympics - RS: X. Sailors at the 2012 Summer Olympics - RS: X. Sailors at the 2016 Summer Olympics - RS: X. Jewish Mizrahi. Ashkenazi Jews