FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1941

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The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1941 were held together with the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1941 on February 1–9, 1941, in Cortina d’Ampezzo.

The International Ski Federation (FIS) cancelled the results in 1946 because of the limited number of participants from only German-friendly countries during World War II.

Men's competitions[edit]

Downhill[edit]

Place Country Name
1 GER Josef Jennewein
2 ITA Alberto Marcellin
3 GER Rudolf Cranz


Slalom[edit]

Place Country name
1 GER Albert Pfeifer
ITA Vittorio Chierroni
3 ITA Alberto Marcellin


Alpine skiing combined[edit]

Place Country Name
1 GER Josef Jennewein
2 ITA Alberto Marcellin
3 ITA Vittorio Chierroni


Women's competitions[edit]

Downhill[edit]

Place Country Name
1 GER Christl Cranz
2 GER Käthe Grasegger
3 GER Anneliese Proxauf

Many sources state that Proxauf (who in fact was Austrian) represented Switzerland, but this photo proves otherwise [1]


Slalom[edit]

Place Country Name
1 ITA Celina Seghi
2 GER Christl Cranz
3 GER Anneliese Proxauf


Alpine skiing combined[edit]

Place Country Name
1 GER Christl Cranz
2 ITA Celina Seghi
3 GER Anneliese Proxauf


Medal standings[edit]

Place Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Nazi Germany 5 2 4 11
2  Italy 2 3 2 7


References[edit]

This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.