Alpine skiing at the 1992 Winter Olympics – Men's super-G

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Men's super-G
at the XVI Olympic Winter Games
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Alpine skiing
Venue Val-d'Isère
Date 16 February
Competitors 118 from 43 nations
Winning time 1:13.04
Medalists
Gold medal    Norway
Silver medal    Luxembourg
Bronze medal    Norway
«1988 1994»
Alpine skiing at the
1992 Winter Olympics
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Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

The men's super-G competition of the Albertville 1992 Olympics was held at Val-d'Isère. [1]

The defending world champion was Stephan Eberharter of Austria, while Switzerland's Franz Heinzer was the defending World Cup super-G champion, and his countryman Paul Accola was leading the 1992 World Cup.[2][3]

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Country Time Difference
1 Kjetil André Aamodt Norway 1:13.04 -
2 Marc Girardelli Luxembourg 1:13.77 +0.73
3 Jan Einar Thorsen Norway 1:13.83 +0.79
4 Ole Kristian Furuseth Norway 1:13.87 +0.83
5 Josef Polig Italy 1:13.88 +0.84
6 Marco Hangl Switzerland 1:13.90 +0.86
7 Günther Mader Austria 1:14.08 +1.04
8 Tom Stiansen Norway 1:14.51 +1.47
9 Markus Wasmeier Germany 1:14.58 +1.54
10 Paul Accola Switzerland 1:14.60 +1.56
11 Fredrik Nyberg Sweden 1:14.61 +1.57
12 Gianfranco Martin Italy 1:14.81 +1.77
13 Jeff Olson United States 1:15.06 +2.02
14 Urs Kälin Switzerland 1:15.22 +2.18
15 Rainer Salzgeber Austria 1:15.31 +2.27
16 Luc Alphand France 1:15.39 +2.35
17 Kyle Rasmussen United States 1:15.58 +2.54
18 Patrick Ortlieb Austria 1:15.66 +2.62
19 Alberto Senigagliesi Italy 1:15.70 +2.66
20 Gregor Grilc Slovenia 1:15.71 +2.67
21 Hansjörg Tauscher Germany 1:15.98 +2.94
22 Konstantin Chistyakov Unified Team 1:16.14 +3.10
23 A. J. Kitt United States 1:16.31 +3.27
24 Hubert Strolz Austria 1:16.36 +3.32
24 Jean-Luc Crétier France 1:16.36 +3.32
26 Günther Marxer Liechtenstein 1:16.48 +3.44
27 Mitja Kunc Slovenia 1:16.49 +3.45
28 Tommy Moe United States 1:16.54 +3.50
29 Jure Košir Slovenia 1:16.56 +3.52
30 Steven Lee Australia 1:16.58 +3.54
31 Berni Huber Germany 1:16.78 +3.74
32 Paulo Oppliger Chile 1:16.81 +3.77
33 Kiminobu Kimura Japan 1:17.06 +4.02
34 Ricardo Campo Spain 1:17.11 +4.07
35 Jorge Pujol Spain 1:17.15 +4.11
36 Marco Büchel Liechtenstein 1:17.25 +4.21
37 Marián Bíreš Czechoslovakia 1:17.47 +4.43
38 Vicente Tomas Spain 1:17.54 +4.50
39 Peter Jurko Czechoslovakia 1:17.68 +4.64
40 Boris Duncan Great Britain 1:17.76 +4.72
41 Takuya Ishioka Japan 1:17.81 +4.77
42 Simon Lyle Wi Rutene New Zealand 1:17.86 +4.82
43 Kristinn Björnsson Iceland 1:17.89 +4.85
44 Gavin Forsyth Great Britain 1:17.91 +4.87
45 Petar Dichev Bulgaria 1:18.87 +5.83
46 Federico Van Ditmar Argentina 1:19.07 +6.03
47 Ramon Rossell Andorra 1:19.10 +6.06
48 Willy Raine Canada 1:19.12 +6.08
49 Aleksey Maslov Unified Team 1:19.71 +6.67
50 Martin Bell Great Britain 1:19.74 +6.70
51 Örnólfur Valdimarsson Iceland 1:20.64 +7.60
52 Borislav Dimitrachkov Bulgaria 1:20.67 +7.63
53 Graham Bell Great Britain 1:20.87 +7.83
54 Hur Seung-wook South Korea 1:20.96 +7.92
55 Lothar Christian Munder Brazil 1:21.07 +8.03
56 Attila Bónis Hungary 1:21.10 +8.06
57 Pierre Kőszáli Hungary 1:21.45 +8.41
58 Elias Majdalani Lebanon 1:22.13 +9.09
59 Mauricio Rotella Chile 1:22.30 +9.26
60 Agustín Neiman Argentina 1:22.47 +9.43
61 Gáston Begue Argentina 1:22.52 +9.48
62 Carlos Espiasse Argentina 1:22.68 +9.64
63 Choi Yong-hee South Korea 1:22.75 +9.71
64 Alexis Racloz Chile 1:23.26 +10.22
65 Péter Kristály Hungary 1:23.47 +10.43
66 Nicola Ercolani San Marino 1:23.72 +10.68
67 Enis Bećirbegović Yugoslavia 1:24.15 +11.11
68 Aurel Foiciuc Romania 1:24.62 +11.58
69 Edin Terzić Yugoslavia 1:24.70 +11.66
70 Hubertus von Fürstenberg-von Hohenlohe Mexico 1:24.79 +11.75
71 Thomas Lefousi Greece 1:25.01 +11.97
72 Zoran Perušina Yugoslavia 1:25.23 +12.19
73 Ioannis Kapraras Greece 1:26.47 +13.43
74 John Campbell Virgin Islands 1:26.83 +13.79
75 Sérgio Schuler Brazil 1:27.41 +14.37
76 Marcelo Apovian Brazil 1:27.87 +14.83
77 Taner Üstündağ Turkey 1:28.24 +15.20
78 Lamine Guèye Senegal 1:29.18 +16.14
79 Keith Fraser Swaziland 1:29.39 +16.35
80 Sokratis Aristodimou Cyprus 1:30.13 +17.09
81 Alekhis Fotiadis Cyprus 1:30.31 +17.27
82 Yakup Kadri Birinci Turkey 1:30.40 +17.36
83 Mourad Guerri Algeria 1:32.76 +19.72
84 Andreas Vasili Cyprus 1:32.78 +19.74
85 Íñigo Domenech Mexico 1:35.29 +22.25
86 Hans Egger Brazil 1:35.88 +22.84
87 Eduardo Ampudia Mexico 1:36.86 +23.82
88 Cevdet Can Turkey 1:37.97 +24.93
89 Brahim Ait Sibrahim Morocco 1:38.60 +25.56
90 Kamel Guerri Algeria 1:38.94 +25.90
91 El-Hassan Mahta Morocco 1:41.06 +28.02
92 Brahim Id Abdellah Morocco 1:49.65 +36.61
93 Brahim Izdag Morocco 2:08.31 +55.27
- Franz Heinzer Switzerland DNF -
- Franck Piccard France DNF -
- Patrick Holzer Italy DNF -
- Armand Schiele France DNF -
- Rob Crossan Canada DNF -
- Achim Vogt Liechtenstein DNF -
- Daniel Vogt Liechtenstein DNF -
- Tsuyoshi Tomii Japan DNF -
- Vitaly Andreyev Unified Team DNF -
- Vedran Pavlek Croatia DNF -
- Marcin Szafrański Poland DNF -
- Alphonse Gomis Senegal DNF -
- Carlos Mier y Terán Mexico DNF -
- Emilian Focşeneanu Romania DNF -
- Jason Gasperoni San Marino DNF -
- Balázs Tornay Hungary DNF -
- Tang Wei-Tsu Chinese Taipei DNF -
- Ahmet Demir Turkey DNF -
- Igor Latinović Yugoslavia DNF -
- Jakub Malczewski Poland DNF -
- Xavier Ubeira Spain DQ -
- Gerard Escoda Andorra DQ -
- Nahum Orobitg Andorra DQ -
- Lyubomir Popov Bulgaria DQ -
- Victor Gómez Andorra DQ -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Albertville 1992 Official Report". Le Comite d'Organisation des Jeux Olympiques Albertville. LA84 Foundation. 1992. Retrieved 3 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "1991 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved 3 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "1991 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved 3 January 2014. 

External links[edit]

Sports Reference - 1992 Men's Super G