1962 Winter Universiade

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II Winter Universiade
Nations participating 23
Athletes participating 332
Events 6 sports
Opening ceremony 6 March 1962
Closing ceremony 12 March 1962
Officially opened by Paul Chaudet
Athlete's Oath no
Torch Lighter Ville Alois
Main venue Stadium Villars

The 1962 Winter Universiade, the II Winter Universiade, took place in Villars, Switzerland.

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  West Germany 5 1 1 7
2  Soviet Union 2 3 1 6
3  France 2 2 3 7
4  Japan 2 1 3 6
5  Czechoslovakia 1 1 0 2
6  Austria 0 2 3 5
7  Norway 0 1 0 1
8  Finland 0 1 0 1
9  Sweden 0 0 1 1
10  Hungary 0 0 1 1

Alpine skiing[edit]

Men: Slalom
Gold - Willy Bogner - West Germany
Gold - Ulf Ekstam - Finland
Bronze - Masayoshi Mitani - Japan

Men: Downhill
Gold - Philippe Mollard - France
Silver - Walter Kutschera - Austria
Bronze - Willy Bogner - West Germany

Men: Combined
Combined event is the overall standings of all disciplines on the Universiade program
Gold - Willy Bogner - West Germany
Silver - Philippe Mollard - France
Bronze - Manfred Köstinger - Austria

Women: Slalom
Gold - Cécile Prince - France
Silver - Barbi Henneberger - West Germany
Bronze - Annie Famose - France

Women: Giant Slalom
Gold - Barbi Henneberger - West Germany
Silver - Astrid Sandvik - Norway
Bronze - Annie Famose - France
Bronze - Gertraud Ehrenfried - Austria

Women: Downhill
Gold - Barbi Henneberger - West Germany
Silver - Gertraud Ehrenfried - Austria
Bronze - Cécile Prince - France

Women: Combined
Combined event is the overall standings of all disciplines on the Universiade program
Gold - Barbi Henneberger - West Germany
Silver - Cécile Prince - France
Bronze - Gundl Sernetz - Austria

Nordic skiing[edit]

Men: 12-Kilometer Classical
Gold – Igor Veranzhinin - Soviet Union
Silver – German Karpov - Soviet Union
Bronze – Ivan Kondrachev - Soviet Union

Nordic combined[edit]

Small Hill Ski Jumping and 15 km Cross-Country

Men:
Gold – Vyacheslav Dryagin - Soviet Union
Silver – Albert Larinov - Soviet Union
Bronze – Yosuke Eto - Japan

Ski jumping[edit]

Men: Small Hill - K90
Gold – Shigeyuki Wasaka - Japan
Silver – Yosuke Eto - Japan
Bronze – Renzo Nigawara - Japan

Ice hockey[edit]

Gold – Czechoslovakia
Silver – Soviet Union
Bronze – Sweden

Figure skating[edit]

Women:
Gold – Juno Ueno - Japan
Silver – Jitka Hlavacková - Czechoslovakia
Bronze – Helga Zollner - Hungary

References[edit]

  • World List of Future International Meetings - Part 2 - Page 79, Reference Department, Library of Congress., 1961