Alpine skiing at the 1972 Winter Olympics – Men's giant slalom

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Men's giant slalom
at the XI Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Teine
Date February 9-10, 1972
Competitors 73 from 27 nations
Winning time 3:09.62
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Gustavo Thoeni  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Edy Bruggmann  Switzerland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Werner Mattle  Switzerland
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Men's Giant Slalom
手稲山競技場.JPG
Location Teine
Vertical 402 m (1,319 ft)
Top elevation 952 m (3,123 ft)  
Base elevation 550 m (1,804 ft)
Alpine skiing at the 1972 Winter Olympics – Men's giant slalom is located in Hokkaido
Sapporo
Sapporo
Teine
Teine
Mount Eniwa
Mount Eniwa
Locations on Hokkaido

The Men's giant slalom competition of the Sapporo 1972 Olympics was held at Teine.[1]

The defending world champion was Karl Schranz of Austria, who was barred from competing in the Olympics. Italy's Gustav Thöni was the defending World Cup giant slalom co-champion (with France's Patrick Russel) and led the 1972 World Cup.[2][3]

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Gustav Thöni  Italy 1:32.19 1:37.43 3:09.62 -
2nd, silver medalist(s) Edy Bruggmann  Switzerland 1:33.43 1:37.32 3:10.75 +1.13
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Werner Mattle  Switzerland 1:33.44 1:37.55 3:10.99 +1.37
4 Alfred Hagn  West Germany 1:31.78 1:39.38 3:11.16 +1.54
5 Jean-Noël Augert  France 1:33.61 1:38.23 3:11.84 +2.22
6 Max Rieger  West Germany 1:33.86 1:38.08 3:11.94 +2.32
7 David Zwilling  Austria 1:32.34 1:39.98 3:12.32 +2.70
8 Reinhard Tritscher  Austria 1:32.51 1:39.88 3:12.39 +2.77
9 Alain Penz  France 1:33.36 1:39.06 3:12.42 +2.80
Andrzej Bachleda  Poland 1:34.40 1:38.02
11 Jim Hunter  Canada 1:33.83 1:39.15 3:12.98 +3.36
12 Josef Loidl  Austria 1:36.26 1:38.39 3:14.65 +5.03
13 Eberardo Schmalzl  Italy 1:34.22 1:40.50 3:14.72 +5.10
14 Walter Tresch  Switzerland 1:35.86 1:38.89 3:14.75 +5.13
15 Masami Ichimura  Japan 1:35.77 1:39.57 3:15.34 +5.72
16 Helmuth Schmalzl  Italy 1:35.72 1:39.63 3:15.35 +5.73
17 Bob Cochran  United States 1:35.39 1:40.15 3:15.54 +5.92
18 Werner Bleiner  Austria 1:34.18 1:41.78 3:15.96 +6.34
19 Haruhisa Chiba  Japan 1:36.36 1:40.87 3:17.23 +7.61
20 Reto Barrington  Canada 1:35.22 1:42.02 3:17.24 +7.62
21 Hank Kashiwa  United States 1:37.42 1:40.71 3:18.13 +8.51
22 Willi Frommelt  Liechtenstein 1:35.71 1:42.94 3:18.65 +9.03
23 Peik Christensen  Norway 1:38.27 1:40.42 3:18.69 +9.07
24 Herbert Marxer  Liechtenstein 1:38.13 1:41.57 3:19.70 +10.08
25 Aurelio García  Spain 1:37.28 1:42.45 3:19.73 +10.11
26 Dan Cristea  Romania 1:37.93 1:41.95 3:19.88 +10.26
27 Rolando Thoeni  Italy 1:35.83 1:44.90 3:20.73 +11.11
28 Sven Mikaelsson  Sweden 1:37.88 1:43.77 3:21.65 +12.03
29 Malcolm Milne  Australia 1:37.94 1:44.26 3:22.20 +12.58
30 Rick Chaffee  United States 1:39.23 1:45.09 3:24.32 +14.70
31 Marko Kavčič  Yugoslavia 1:39.01 1:46.08 3:25.09 +15.47
32 Chris Womersley  New Zealand 1:42.00 1:45.56 3:27.33 +17.71
33 Virgil Brenci  Romania 1:42.81 1:44.59 3:27.40 +17.78
34 Robert Blanchaer  Belgium 1:43.59 1:45.79 3:29.38 +19.76
35 Ivan Penev  Bulgaria 1:41.77 1:48.78 3:30.78 +21.16
36 Steven Clifford  Australia 1:44.75 1:49.50 3:34.25 +24.63
37 Resmi Resmiev  Bulgaria 1:45.68 1:54.14 3:39.82 +30.20
38 Jorge-Emilio Lazzarini  Argentina 1:48.72 1:54.96 3:43.68 +34.06
39 Spyros Theodorou  Greece 1:58.41 2:03.86 4:02.27 +52.65
40 Fayzollah Band Ali  Iran 1:55.72 2:08.42 4:04.14 +54.52
41 Panagiotis Alexandris  Greece 2:03.05 2:02.40 4:05.45 +55.83
42 Ben Nanasca  Philippines 1:54.59 2:11.61 4:06.20 +56.58
43 Lotfollah Kia Shemshaki  Iran 2:07.26 1:58.95 4:06.21 +56.59
44 Ali Saveh  Iran 2:08.05 1:58.83 4:06.88 +57.26
45 Ghassan Keyrouz  Lebanon 2:05.10 2:11.20 4:16.30 +66.68
46 Georgios Tambouris  Greece 2:10.38 2:08.31 4:18.69 +69.07
47 Wang Cheng-Che  Republic of China 2:15.80 2:19.83 4:35.63 +86.01
48 Hwang Wei-Chung  Republic of China 2:11.29 2:29.58 4:40.87 +91.25
- Erik Håker  Norway 1:31.70 DNF - -
- Christian Neureuther  West Germany 1:33.24 DNF - -
- Adolf Rösti  Switzerland 1:33.27 DQ - -
- Roger Rossat-Mignod  France 1:33.28 DQ - -
- Masahiko Otsue  Japan 1:38.71 DQ - -
- Sergey Grishchenko  Soviet Union 1:42.00 DNF - -
- Royston Varley  Great Britain 1:43.00 DNF - -
- Carlos Perner  Argentina 1:44.00 DNF - -
- Iain Finlayson  Great Britain 1:45.88 DNF - -
- Otto Tschudi  Norway 1:57.42 DQ - -
- Juan Cipriano  Philippines 1:58.00 DNF - -
- Francisco Fernández Ochoa  Spain DQ - - -
- Masayoshi Kashiwagi  Japan DQ - - -
- Derek Robbins  Canada DQ - - -
- Olle Rolén  Sweden DNF - - -
- Manni Thofte  Sweden DNF - - -
- Sepp Heckelmiller  West Germany DNF - - -
- Henri Duvillard  France DNF - - -
- David Currier  United States DNF - - -
- Konrad Bartelski  Great Britain DNF - - -
- Ross Ewington  New Zealand DQ - - -
- Alex Mapelli-Mozzi  Great Britain DQ - - -
- Chen Yun-Ming  Republic of China DQ - - -
- Gorban Ali Kalhor  Iran DQ - - -
- Chia Kuo-Liang  Republic of China DQ - - -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The XI Olympic Winter Games Sapporo 1972" (PDF). Organizing Committee for the XIth Olympic Winter Games. LA84 Foundation. 1972. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  2. ^ "1971 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  3. ^ "1970 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 

External links[edit]

Sports-Reference - 1972 Men's Giant Slalom