Alpine skiing at the 1976 Winter Paralympics

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Alpine skiing at the 1976 Winter Paralympics consisted of 28 events, 15 for men and 13 for women.

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold medal blank.svg Silver medal blank.svg Bronze medal blank.svg Total
1  Switzerland (SUI) 9 1 0 10
2  West Germany (FRG) 8 7 2 17
3  Austria (AUT) 5 16 13 34
4  Czechoslovakia (TCH) 3 0 0 3
5  France (FRA) 2 0 3 5
6  Canada (CAN) 1 0 2 3
Total 28 24 20 72

Medal summary[edit]

The competition events were:

  • Giant slalom: men - women
  • Slalom: men - women
  • Alpine combination: men - women

Each event had separate standing classifications:

  • I - standing, single leg amputation above the knee
  • II - standing, single leg amputation below the knee
  • III - standing, single arm amputation
  • IV A - standing, double leg amputation below the knee, mild cerebral palsy, or equivalent impairment
  • IV B - standing, double arm amputation

Men's events[edit]

Event Class Gold Silver Bronze
Giant slalom I
details
 Ulli Helmbold
West Germany (FRG)
 Hans Strasser
West Germany (FRG)
 Franz Meister
Austria (AUT)
II
details
 Eugen Diethelm
Switzerland (SUI)
 Herbert Millendorfer
Austria (AUT)
 Remy Arnod
France (FRA)
III
details
 Heinz Moser
Switzerland (SUI)
 Manfred Brandl
Austria (AUT)
 Franz Perner
Austria (AUT)
IV A
details
 Bernard Baudean
France (FRA)
 Anton Berger
Austria (AUT)
 Anton Ledermaier
Austria (AUT)
IV B
details
 Adolf Hagn
Austria (AUT)
 Horst Morokutti
Austria (AUT)
 Peter Braun
West Germany (FRG)
Slalom I
details
 Franz Meister
Austria (AUT)
 Peter Perner
Austria (AUT)
 Hans Strasser
West Germany (FRG)
II
details
 Josef Meusburger
Austria (AUT)
 Peter Portisch
West Germany (FRG)
 Herbert Millendorfer
Austria (AUT)
III
details
 Heinz Moser
Switzerland (SUI)
 Manfred Brandl
Austria (AUT)
 Franz Perner
Austria (AUT)
IV A
details
 John Gow
Canada (CAN)
 Richard Prager
West Germany (FRG)
 Bernard Baudean
France (FRA)
IV B
details
 Felix Gisler
Switzerland (SUI)
 Horst Morokutti
Austria (AUT)
 Willi Berger
Austria (AUT)
Alpine combination I
details
 Hans Strasser
West Germany (FRG)
 Franz Meister
Austria (AUT)
 Walter Laurer
Austria (AUT)
II
details
 Herbert Millendorfer
Austria (AUT)
 Eugen Diethelm
Switzerland (SUI)
 Remy Arnod
France (FRA)
III
details
 Heinz Moser
Switzerland (SUI)
 Manfred Brandl
Austria (AUT)
 Franz Perner
Austria (AUT)
IV A
details
 Bernard Baudean
France (FRA)
 Richard Prager
West Germany (FRG)
 Anton Berger
Austria (AUT)
IV B
details
 Horst Morokutti
Austria (AUT)
 Adolf Hagn
Austria (AUT)
 Willi Berger
Austria (AUT)

Women's events[edit]

Event Class Gold Silver Bronze
Giant slalom I
details
 Annemie Schneider
West Germany (FRG)
 Brigitte Rajchl
Austria (AUT)
 Ursula Steiger
Austria (AUT)
II
details
 Irene Moillen
Switzerland (SUI)
 Heidi Jauk
Austria (AUT)
 Lorna Manzer
Canada (CAN)
III
details
 Eva Lemezova
Czechoslovakia (TCH)
 Traudl Weber
West Germany (FRG)
None
IV A
details
 Elisabeth Osterwalder
Switzerland (SUI)
None None
IV B
details
 Petra Merkott
West Germany (FRG)
None None
Slalom I
details
 Annemie Schneider
West Germany (FRG)
 Ursula Steiger
Austria (AUT)
 Brigitte Rajchl
Austria (AUT)
II
details
 Irene Moillen
Switzerland (SUI)
 Heidi Jauk
Austria (AUT)
 Lorna Manzer
Canada (CAN)
III
details
 Eva Lemezova
Czechoslovakia (TCH)
 Traudl Weber
West Germany (FRG)
None
IV B
details
 Petra Merkott
West Germany (FRG)
None None
Alpine combination I
details
 Annemie Schneider
West Germany (FRG)
 Brigitte Rajchl
Austria (AUT)
 Ursula Steiger
Austria (AUT)
II
details
 Irene Moillen
Switzerland (SUI)
 Heidi Jauk
Austria (AUT)
None
III
details
 Eva Lemezova
Czechoslovakia (TCH)
 Traudl Weber
West Germany (FRG)
None
IV B
details
 Petra Merkott
West Germany (FRG)
None None

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