1993 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Combined

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1993 Men's Combined World Cup
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Men's Combined World Cup 1992/1993

Final point standings[edit]

In Men's Combined World Cup 1992/93 all three results count. Marc Girardelli won his third Combined World Cup by winning all three competitions.

Place Name Country Total Points 14Germany 19GermanyAustria 23Switzerland
1 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 300 100 100 100
2 Günther Mader  Austria 200 60 80 60
3 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 160 80 - 80
4 Steve Locher   Switzerland 131 36 45 50
5 Hubert Strolz  Austria 105 45 60 -
6 Patrick Ortlieb  Austria 90 18 40 32
7 Adrien Duvillard  France 82 32 50 -
Rainer Salzgeber  Austria 82 26 20 36
9 Lasse Kjus  Norway 70 50 - 20
10 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 69 29 - 40
11 Gianfranco Martin  Italy 57 15 24 18
12 Lasse Arnesen  Norway 56 20 36 -
13 Markus Wasmeier  Germany 55 - 26 29
14 Bruno Kernen   Switzerland 45 - - 45
15 A. J. Kitt  United States 44 - 18 26
16 Dietmar Thöni  Austria 40 40 - -
17 Cary Mullen  Canada 39 - 15 24
18 William Besse   Switzerland 32 - 32 -
19 Asgeir Linberg  Norway 30 14 16 -
20 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 29 - 29 -
21 Martin Fiala  Germany 24 24 - -
Kyle Rasmussen  United States 24 13 11 -
23 Luc Alphand  France 22 22 - -
Josef Polig  Italy 22 - 22 -
Hannes Trinkl  Austria 22 - - 22
26 Lionel Finance  France 16 16 - -
Patrik Järbyn  Sweden 16 - - 16
28 Tommy Moe  United States 14 - 14 -
29 Daniel Caduff   Switzerland 13 - 13 -
30 Alberto Senigagliesi  Italy 12 12 - -
Tom Stiansen  Norway 12 - 12 -
32 Attila Bónis  Hungary 11 11 - -
33 Marcin Szafrański  Poland 10 - 10 -
34 Szymon Kraciuk  Poland 9 - 9 -

Note:

In all races not all points were awarded (not enough finishers).

Alpine skiing World Cup
Men

Overall | Downhill | Super G | Giant Slalom | Slalom | Combined

1993

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