1964 Winter Universiade

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III Winter Universiade
Host cityŠpindlerův Mlýn
CountryCzechoslovakia
Nations participating21
Athletes participating410
Events5 sports
Opening ceremonyFebruary 11, 1964 (1964-02-11)
Closing ceremonyFebruary 17, 1964 (1964-02-17)
Officially opened byAntonín Novotný

The 1964 Winter Universiade, the III Winter Universiade, took place in Špindlerův Mlýn, Czechoslovakia.

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Czechoslovakia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 West Germany (FRG)3317
2 Soviet Union (URS)3238
3 Austria (AUT)2226
4 France (FRA)2125
5 Japan (JPN)1416
6 Czechoslovakia (TCH)*1113
  Switzerland (SUI)1113
8 Poland (POL)1034
9 Hungary (HUN)1001
10 Bulgaria (BUL)0101
11 Romania (ROU)0011
Totals (11 nations)15151545


Medalists[edit]

Alpine skiing[edit]

Men: Slalom
Gold – Fritz Wagnerberger (West Germany)
Silver – Yoshiharu Fukuhara (Japan)
Bronze – Taliy Monastyrev (Soviet Union)

Men: Giant slalom
Gold – Jerzy Wojna (Poland)
Silver – Hajima Tomii (Japan)
Bronze – Fritz Wagnerberger (West Germany)

Men: Downhill
Gold – Fritz Wagnerberger (West Germany)
Silver – Günther Scheuerl (West Germany)
Bronze – Manfred Kostinger (Austria)

Men: Combined
Combined event is the overall standings of all disciplines on the Universiade program.
Gold – Fritz Wagnerberger (West Germany)
Silver – Günther Scheuerl (West Germany)
Bronze – Jerzy Wojna (Poland)

Women: Slalom
Gold – Annie Famose (France)
Silver – Pascale Judet (France)
Bronze – Heidi Obrecht (Switzerland)

Women: Giant slalom
Gold – Hiltrud Rohrbach (Austria)
Silver – Heidi Obrecht (Switzerland)
Bronze – Cécile Prince (France)

Women: Downhill
Gold – Annie Famose (France)
Silver – Hiltrud Rohrbach (Austria)
Bronze – Pascale Judet (France)

Women: Combined
Combined event is the overall standings of all disciplines on the Universiade program.
Gold – Heidi Obrecht (Switzerland)
Silver – Hiltrud Rohrbach (Austria)
Bronze – Ilona Miclos (Romania)

Nordic skiing[edit]

Men: 15km classical
Gold – Igor Vorongichin (Soviet Union)
Silver – Valery Tarakanov (Soviet Union)
Bronze – Nikolay Arzilov (Soviet Union)

Women: 5km
Gold – Nina Demina (Soviet Union)
Silver – Krastana Stoeva (Bulgaria)
Bronze – Weronika Budna (Poland)

Nordic combined[edit]

Small hill ski jumping and 15km cross-country

Men:
Gold – Vyacheslav Dryagin (Soviet Union)
Silver – Stefan Oleksak (Czechoslovakia)
Bronze – Takashi Fujisawa (Japan)

Ski jumping[edit]

Men: Small Hill - K90
Gold – Baldur Preiml (Austria)
Silver – Yuriy Zubarev (Soviet Union)
Bronze – Andrzej Szfolt (Poland)

Figure skating[edit]

Men:
Gold – Karol Divín (Czechoslovakia)
Silver – Nobuo Sato (Japan)
Bronze – Valeriy Meshkov (Soviet Union)

Women:
Gold – Miwa Fukuhara (Japan)
Silver – Junko Ueno (Japan)
Bronze – Helli Sengstschmid (Austria)

Ice dancing:
Gold – György Korda / Pál Vásárhelyi (Hungary)
Silver – Jutta Peters / Wolfgang Kunz (West Germany)
Bronze – Irena Spatenková / Michal Jiránek (Czechoslovakia)