FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1993

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The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1993 were held in Morioka, Japan, from February 4-14, 1993. The men's Super-G race was cancelled due to persistent bad weather and the title went unassigned.[1]

Men's competitions[edit]

Downhill[edit]

Date: February 5

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Switzerland Urs Lehmann 1:32.06
2 Norway Atle Skårdal 1:32.66
3 United States A.J. Kitt 1:32.98



Super-G[edit]

Unassigned.


Giant Slalom[edit]

Date: February 10

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Norway Kjetil André Aamodt 2:15.36
2 Austria Rainer Salzgeber 2:16.23
3 Sweden Johan Wallner 2:17.27


Slalom[edit]

Date: February 13

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Norway Kjetil André Aamodt 1:40.33
2 Luxembourg Marc Girardelli 1:40.37
3 Austria Thomas Stangassinger 1:40.44


Combination[edit]

Date: February 8

Placing Country Athlete
1 Norway Lasse Kjus
2 Norway Kjetil André Aamodt
3 Luxembourg Marc Girardelli


Women's competitions[edit]

Downhill[edit]

Date: February 11

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Canada Kate Pace 1:27.38
2 Norway Astrid Lødemel 1:27.66
3 Austria Anja Haas 1:27.84


Super G[edit]

Date: February 14

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Germany Katja Seizinger 1:33.52
2 Austria Sylvia Eder 1:33.68
3 Norway Astrid Lødemel 1:34.07


Giant Slalom[edit]

Date: February 10

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 France Carole Merle 2:17.59
2 Austria Anita Wachter 2:17.99
3 Germany Martina Ertl 2:18.70


Slalom[edit]

Date: February 9

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Austria Karin Buder 1:27.66
2 United States Julie M. J. Parisien 1:27.87
3 Austria Elfi Eder 1:28.65


Combination[edit]

Date: February 5

Placing Country Athlete
1 Germany Miriam Vogt
2 United States Picabo Street
3 Austria Anita Wachter


Medals table[edit]

Place Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Norway 3 3 1 7
2  Germany 2 - 1 3
3  Austria 1 3 4 8
4  France 1 - - 1
 Canada 1 - - 1
  Switzerland 1 - - 1
7  United States - 2 1 3
8  Luxembourg - 1 1 2
9  Sweden - - 1 1

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