Alpine skiing at the 1964 Winter Olympics – Women's slalom

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Women's slalom
at the IX Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Axamer Lizum
Date February 1
Competitors 46 from 16 nations
Winning time 1:46.71
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Christine Goitschel  France
2nd, silver medalist(s) Marielle Goitschel  France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jean Saubert  United States
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The Women's giant slalom competition of the Innsbruck 1964 Olympics was held at Axamer Lizum, Austria.[1][2]

The defending world champion was Marianne Jahn of Austria.[3]

French sisters Christine Goitschel (gold) and Marielle Goitschel (silver) became the first sisters to win Olympic gold and silver in the same event.[4] They would repeat the double-sibling podium, switching their gold-silver order, in the giant slalom two days later.

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Christine Goitschel  France 0:43.85 0:46.01 1:29.86 -
2nd, silver medalist(s) Marielle Goitschel  France 0:43.09 0:47.68 1:30.77 +0.91
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jean Saubert  United States 0:44.78 0:46.58 1:31.36 +1.50
4 Heidi Biebl  United Team of Germany 0:44.61 0:49.43 1:34.04 +4.18
5 Edith Zimmermann  Austria 0:46.24 0:48.03 1:34.27 +4.41
6 Christl Haas  Austria 0:46.43 0:48.68 1:35.11 +5.25
7 Liv Jagge-Christiansen  Norway 0:47.67 0:48.71 1:36.38 +6.52
8 Patricia du Roy de Blicquy  Belgium 0:47.15 0:49.86 1:37.01 +7.15
9 Pia Riva  Italy 0:46.65 0:50.55 1:37.20 +7.34
10 Barbi Henneberger  United Team of Germany 0:47.17 0:50.38 1:37.55 +7.69
Heidi Mittermaier  United Team of Germany 0:47.41 0:50.14
12 Linda Meyers  United States 0:47.02 0:50.91 1:37.93 +8.07
13 Françoise Gay  Switzerland 0:45.78 0:53.22 1:39.00 +9.14
14 Heidi Obrecht  Switzerland 0:47.37 0:51.96 1:39.33 +9.47
15 Nancy Greene  Canada 0:49.95 0:51.47 1:41.42 +11.56
16 Linda Crutchfield-Bocock  Canada 0:49.38 0:53.77 1:43.15 +13.29
17 Jane Gissing  Great Britain 0:49.70 0:54.48 1:44.18 +14.32
18 Stalina Demidova-Korzukhina  Soviet Union 0:51.88 0:53.09 1:44.97 +15.11
19 Joan Hannah  United States 0:51.36 0:56.03 1:47.39 +17.53
20 Galina Sidorova  Soviet Union 0:51.72 0:56.54 1:48.26 +18.40
21 Tania Heald  Great Britain 0:52.03 0:56.40 1:48.43 +18.57
22 Lidia Barbieri Sacconaghi  Italy 0:53.39 0:55.84 1:49.23 +19.37
23 Majda Ankele  Yugoslavia 0:59.44 0:51.54 1:50.98 +21.12
24 María Cristina Schweizer  Argentina 0:53.43 0:58.45 1:51.88 +22.02
25 Theres Obrecht  Switzerland 1:02.56 0:51.53 1:54.09 +24.23
26 Ildikó Szendrődi-Kővári  Hungary 0:55.86 0:59.05 1:54.91 +25.05
27 Yevgeniya Kabina-Sidorova  Soviet Union 0:52.00 1:07.48 1:59.48 +29.62
28 Christine Smith  Australia 0:58.09 1:05.58 2:03.67 +33.81
- Traudl Hecher  Austria 0:44.52 DNF - -
- Cécile Prince  France 0:44.76 DQ - -
- Annie Famose  France 0:45.13 DQ - -
- Dikke Eger-Bergman  Norway ? DNF - -
- Inge Senoner  Italy ? DQ - -
- Marianne Jahn-Nutt  Austria DNF - - -
- Fernande Bochatay  Switzerland DNF - - -
- Astrid Sandvik  Norway DQ - - -
- Barbara Ferries  United States DQ - - -
- Maria Gąsienica Daniel-Szatkowska  Poland DQ - - -
- Giustina Demetz  Italy DQ - - -
- Krista Fanedl  Yugoslavia DQ - - -
- Gina Hathorn  Great Britain DQ - - -
- Burgl Färbinger  United Team of Germany DQ - - -
- Nancy Holland  Canada DQ - - -
- Divina Galica  Great Britain DQ - - -
- Judy Forras  Australia DQ - - -
- Karen Dokka  Canada 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. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 1964 Innsbruck Winter Games: Women's Slalom". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 1 March 2018. 
  3. ^ "1962 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  4. ^ QMI Agency writer (2014-02-09). "Dufour-Lapointe duo not first 1-2 Olympics sister act". Toronto Sun.com. Retrieved 2014-02-13.