Alpine skiing at the 1964 Winter Olympics – Men's giant slalom

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Men's giant slalom
at the IX Olympic Winter Games
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Venue Axamer Lizum
Date February 2
Competitors 96 from 28 nations
Winning time 1:46.71
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) François Bonlieu  France
2nd, silver medalist(s) Karl Schranz  Austria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Pepi Stiegler  Austria
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Alpine skiing at the
1964 Winter Olympics
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Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women

The Men's giant slalom competition of the Innsbruck 1964 Olympics was held at Axamer Lizum.[1]

The defending world champion was Egon Zimmerman of Austria.[2]

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Country Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) François Bonlieu  France 1:46.71 -
2nd, silver medalist(s) Karl Schranz  Austria 1:47.09 +0.38
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Pepi Stiegler  Austria 1:48.05 +1.34
4 Willy Favre  Switzerland 1:48.69 +1.98
5 Jean-Claude Killy  France 1:48.92 +2.21
6 Gerhard Nenning  Austria 1:49.68 +2.97
7 Billy Kidd  United States 1:49.97 +3.26
8 Luggi Leitner  United Team of Germany 1:50.04 +3.33
9 Jos Minsch  Switzerland 1:50.61 +3.90
10 Guy Périllat  France 1:50.75 +4.04
11 Léo Lacroix  France 1:51.26 +4.55
12 Bill Marolt  United States 1:51.29 +4.58
13 Paride Milianti  Italy 1:52.87 +6.16
14 Beat von Allmen  Switzerland 1:54.05 +7.34
15 Eberhard Riedel  United Team of Germany 1:54.17 +7.46
16 Ivo Mahlknecht  Italy 1:54.26 +7.55
17 Raimo Manninen  Finland 1:55.05 +8.34
18 Italo Pedroncelli  Italy 1:55.14 +8.43
19 Edy Bruggmann  Switzerland 1:55.30 +8.59
20 Jon Terje Øverland  Norway 1:55.51 +8.80
21 Arild Holm  Norway 1:55.72 +9.01
22 Hajime Tomii  Japan 1:56.65 +9.94
23 Per Martin Sunde  Norway 1:56.77 +10.06
24 Rune Lindström  Sweden 1:57.06 +10.35
25 Yoshiharu Fukuhara  Japan 1:58.35 +11.64
26 Peter Duncan  Canada 1:58.44 +11.73
27 Jean-Guy Brunet  Canada 1:59.60 +12.89
28 Felice De Nicolo  Italy 1:59.62 +12.91
29 Bronisław Trzebunia  Poland 1:59.82 +13.11
30 Olle Rolén  Sweden 2:00.01 +13.30
31 Viktor Talyanov  Soviet Union 2:00.38 +13.67
32 Luis Viu  Spain 2:00.83 +14.12
33 Peter Lakota  Yugoslavia 2:00.98 +14.27
34 Valery Shein  Soviet Union 2:01.18 +14.47
35 Tsuneo Noto  Japan 2:01.26 +14.55
36 Ulf Ekstam  Finland 2:01.78 +15.07
37 Tally Monastyryov  Soviet Union 2:01.94 +15.23
38 Juan Garriga  Spain 2:03.85 +17.14
39 Yoshinari Kida  Japan 2:04.22 +17.51
40 Hans-Walter Schädler  Liechtenstein 2:05.08 +18.37
41 Jerzy Woyna Orlewicz  Poland 2:06.44 +19.73
42 John Rigby  Great Britain 2:07.92 +21.21
43 Jorge Abelardo Eiras  Argentina 2:08.38 +21.67
44 Hernán Boher  Chile 2:09.71 +23.00
45 Andrej Klinar  Yugoslavia 2:10.18 +23.47
46 August Wolfinger  Liechtenstein 2:10.64 +23.93
47 Josef Gassner  Liechtenstein 2:10.67 +23.96
48 Anton Šoltýs  Czechoslovakia 2:10.79 +24.08
49 Petar Angelov  Bulgaria 2:11.71 +25.00
50 Fric Detiček  Yugoslavia 2:11.76 +25.05
51 Simon Brown  Australia 2:12.61 +25.90
52 Pedro Klempa  Argentina 2:12.88 +26.17
53 Prince Karim Aga Khan  Iran 2:13.57 +26.86
54 Claudio Wernli  Chile 2:14.48 +27.77
55 Radim Koloušek  Czechoslovakia 2:14.70 +27.99
56 Árni Sigurðsson  Iceland 2:14.90 +28.19
57 Osvaldo Ancinas  Argentina 2:15.06 +28.35
58 Francisco Prat  Spain 2:15.79 +29.08
59 Piers, Baron de Westenholz  Great Britain 2:17.10 +30.39
60 Lotfollah Kia Shemshaki  Iran 2:17.11 +30.40
61 Kristinn Benediktsson  Iceland 2:17.86 +31.15
62 Peter Brockhoff  Australia 2:18.68 +31.97
63 Carlos Perner  Argentina 2:19.25 +32.54
64 Ovaness Meguerdonian  Iran 2:19.28 +32.57
65 Fayzollah Band Ali  Iran 2:21.05 +34.34
66 Francisco Cortes  Chile 2:22.08 +35.37
67 Oto Pustoslemšek  Yugoslavia 2:22.46 +35.75
68 Peter Wenzel  Australia 2:27.72 +41.01
69 Zeki Şamiloğlu  Turkey 2:28.76 +42.05
70 Nazih Geagea  Lebanon 2:30.24 +43.53
71 Osman Yüce  Turkey 2:32.11 +45.40
72 Dimitrios Pappos  Greece 2:35.52 +48.81
73 Konstantinos Karydas  Greece 2:35.89 +49.18
74 Muzaffer Demirhan  Turkey 2:41.42 +54.71
75 Michel Rahme  Lebanon 2:42.28 +55.57
76 Jean Keyrouz  Lebanon 2:44.51 +57.80
77 Jo Yeong-Seok  South Korea 2:55.74 +69.03
78 Vasilios Makridis  Greece 2:57.79 +71.08
79 Abdurrahman Küçük  Turkey 3:07.63 +80.92
80 Sami Beyroun  Lebanon 3:14.65 +87.94
- Wolfgang Bartels  United Team of Germany DNF -
- Egon Zimmermann  Austria DNF -
- Rod Hebron  Canada DNF -
- Vasily Melnikov  Soviet Union DNF -
- Javier Masana  Spain DNF -
- Charles Westenholz  Great Britain DNF -
- Jóhann Vilbergsson  Iceland DNF -
- Juan Holz  Chile DNF -
- Jimmy Heuga  United States DQ -
- Buddy Werner  United States DQ -
- Bengt-Erik Grahn  Sweden DQ -
- Willy Bogner  United Team of Germany DQ -
- Gary Battistella  Canada DQ -
- Andrzej Dereziński  Poland DQ -
- Charles Palmer-Tomkinson  Great Britain DQ -
- Kim Dong-Baek  South Korea DQ -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Offizieller Bericht der IX. Olympischen Winterspiele Innsbruck 1964" (PDF). Austrian Federal Publishing House for Instruction, Science and Art, Vienna and Munich. LA84 Foundation. 1964. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  2. ^ "1962 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 

External links[edit]

Sports-Reference - 1964 Men's Giant Slalom