Armin Margreiter

  • Managing Director (CEO) Golden Fly Sports GmbH
  • Inventor and CEO Golden Fly Series
  • Meeting Director Int. Golden Roof Challenge
  • Top athletes obligations worldwide
  • Qualified coach athletics
  • Writer
  • Artist


  • Matura 1987 at the Business Academy Hall/Tirol
  • State athletics training teachers at the Sports Academy Dornbirn (BAFL)
    (completed with distinction)
  • State coach basic training at the Sports Academy Innsbruck (BAFL)
    (completed with distinction)
  • State diploma coach training at the Sports Academy Vienna (BAFL)
    (completed with distinction)
  • Trainer training and computer courses, compact seminars


  • since 2005 Meeting Director Int. Golden Roof Challenge
  • since 2013 CEO Golden Fly Series
  • since 2013 CEO Golden Fly Sports GmbH
  • 2001-2012 Part time at the Office of the Provincial Government of Tyrol, Department of Sports
  • 2002-2006 Austrian Athletics head coach /long jump and triple jump
  • 2000-2010 Tirol Athletics Association (TLV) - top sports speaker
  • 2003 bis 2010 TLV-area representatives Innsbruck and surroundings
  • since 2000 supervisior of the LA-top Athletic Elite sports group
  • until 2013 freelancer for the Tyrolean, Wet Austria´s largest monthly magazine
  • Lecturer at the Sports Academy in coach education, Specialities: speed training and coordination training
  • 2004 - 2011 main speaker of the Int. Skeleton school in Innsbruck

Sporting career


Spitzensportreferent des Tiroler LeichtathletikverbandesArmin Margreiter worked for many years in competitive sports (athletics / decathlon). He was able to win numerous Austrian and Tyrolean championship titles in 10 different disciplines.


As a balance to the decathlon and to work is the shooting sport.
  • National champion 2014 with the Tyrolean national selection in the air pistol (Team / Masters) with Austrian record
  • Tyrolean champion in the small caliber rifle (100m lying freely)

National coach

From 2002 to 2006 national coach of the Austrian long and triple jump elite.

National team supervision:

  • 2006 European Cup 2nd League Prague (Czech Republic)
  • 2005 European Indoor Championships Madrid (Spain)
  • 2004 European Cup 1st League Istanbul (Turkey)
  • 2004 International U 23 match Bern (Suisse)
  • 2003 European Cup Arhus (Denmark)
  • 2002 European Cup 1st League Sevilla (Spain)
  • 2001 Eropean U23 Championships Amsterdam (Netherlands)
  • 2000 Junioren WM Santiago de Chile
  • 1998 Gymnasiade Shanghai (China)

Extreme sports supervision

Due to his extensive sports education and experience, he worked as a supervisor of the extreme athlete Mag. Christian Schaar:
  • 2003 "Bodensee"
    Bodensee first maiden by Mag. Christian Schaar (62.3 km swimming, 130 km cycling, 11 km running / duration 32.5 hours)
  • 2002 "Ultimative"
    Solo project Mag. Christian Schaar (12 km running, 60 km cycling, 46 km swimming / duration 18.5 hours)
  • 2000 "Boundless - Triathlon of extremes"
    Solo project Mag. Christian Schaar (20 m apnea dive, 4 km swimming, 375 km cycling with Glockner crossing, 20 km run / duration 21 hours)