|Men's alpine skiing|
|Bronze||1982 Schladming||Giant Slalom|
Boris Strel (20 October 1959 – 28 March 2013) was a Slovenian alpine skier. He was born in Žiri, Slovenia (then part of Yugoslavia). In December 1981, Strel won the only Slovenian giant slalom golden medal ever by participating at the 1982 Alpine Skiing World Cup in Cortina d'Ampezzo. He ended his career after the 1984/85 season due to problems with his spine and was later active as a ski school and a ski repair shop owner. The newspaper Delo reported that Strel committed suicide on 28 March 2013.
World Cup victories
|December 15, 1981||Cortina||Giant Slalom|
- "Umrl je Boris Strel" [Boris Strel Has Died]. Delo (in Slovenian). 28 March 2013.
- Stanonik, Tončka (2002). "Kaj je v 16 knjigah Enciklopedije Slovenije žirovskega" [What is of Žiri in the 16 Books of the Encyclopedia of Slovenia]. Žirovski občasnik: zbornik za vsa vprašanja na Žirovskem (in Slovenian) (DPD Svoboda Žiri, Literarna sekcija Krajevna skupnost Žiri) 23 (32): 212.
- "30 let od edine slovenske veleslalomske zmage" [30 Years From the Only Slovenian Giant Slalom Win] (in Slovenian). MMC RTV Slovenia. 14 December 2011.
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