|Men’s Alpine Skiing|
Josef "Sepp" Walcher (December 8, 1954 - January 22, 1984) was an Austrian alpine skier.
Born in Schladming, Styria, he concluded his career in 1982 with five World Cup victories and a World Championships gold medal. He was killed in a skiing accident in a benefit race in 1984 at his hometown of Schladming.
|31 January 1977||Morzine||Downhill|
|12 March 1977||Heavenly Valley||Downhill|
|20 January 1978||Kitzbühel||Downhill|
|21 January 1978||Kitzbühel||Downhill|
|16 December 1978||Gröden-Val Gardena||Downhill|
- Shared win with Josef Ferstl
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