Alpine skiing at the 1988 Winter Olympics – Men's slalom

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Men's slalom
at the XV Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Nakiska
Date February 27
Competitors 109 from 37 nations
Winning time 1:39.47
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Alberto Tomba  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Frank Wörndl  West Germany
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Paul Frommelt  Liechtenstein
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The Men's slalom competition of the Calgary 1988 Olympics was held at Nakiska.[1]

The defending world champion was Frank Wörndl of West Germany, while Yugoslavia's Bojan Križaj was the defending World Cup slalom champion and Alberto Tomba the leader of the 1988 World Cup.[2][3]

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Alberto Tomba  Italy 0:51.62 0:47.85 1:39.47 -
2nd, silver medalist(s) Frank Wörndl  West Germany 0:50.99 0:48.54 1:39.53 +0.06
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Paul Frommelt  Liechtenstein 0:51.69 0:48.15 1:39.84 +0.37
4 Bernhard Gstrein  Austria 0:51.87 0:48.21 1:40.08 +0.61
5 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 0:52.71 0:47.51 1:40.22 +0.75
6 Jonas Nilsson  Sweden 0:51.44 0:48.79 1:40.23 +0.76
7 Pirmin Zurbriggen  Switzerland 0:52.05 0:48.43 1:40.48 +1.01
8 Oswald Tötsch  Italy 0:52.44 0:48.11 1:40.55 +1.08
9 Grega Benedik  Yugoslavia 0:52.34 0:49.04 1:41.38 +1.91
10 Florian Beck  West Germany 0:53.11 0:48.33 1:41.44 +1.97
11 Rok Petrovič  Yugoslavia 0:53.05 0:48.58 1:41.63 +2.16
12 Tetsuya Okabe  Japan 0:53.11 0:48.82 1:41.93 +2.46
13 Peter Jurko  Czechoslovakia 0:53.50 0:48.71 1:42.21 +2.74
14 Alain Villiard  Canada 0:54.33 0:49.44 1:43.77 +4.30
15 Adrian Bireš  Czechoslovakia 0:54.88 0:50.25 1:45.13 +5.66
16 Petar Popangelov  Bulgaria 0:55.14 0:51.20 1:46.34 +6.87
17 Simon Lyle Wi Rutene  New Zealand 0:55.80 0:51.58 1:47.38 +7.91
18 Luis Fernández Ochoa  Spain 0:56.85 0:53.18 1:50.03 +10.56
19 Borislav Dimitrachkov  Bulgaria 0:57.58 0:53.23 1:50.81 +11.34
Lyubomir Popov  Bulgaria 0:57.78 0:53.03
21 Robbie Hourmont  Great Britain 0:58.21 0:53.38 1:51.59 +12.12
22 Matthias Hubrich  New Zealand 0:58.16 0:54.08 1:52.24 +12.77
23 Stefan Shalamanov  Bulgaria 0:58.68 0:53.69 1:52.37 +12.90
24 Daníel Hilmarsson  Iceland 0:58.98 0:56.31 1:55.29 +15.82
25 Juan Pablo Santiagos  Chile 1:00.31 0:55.51 1:55.82 +16.35
26 Jorge Birkner  Argentina 1:01.11 0:55.86 1:56.97 +17.50
27 Kang Nak-Youn  South Korea 1:04.20 0:59.53 2:03.73 +24.26
28 Nam Won-Gi  South Korea 1:05.10 0:59.19 2:04.29 +24.82
29 Park Jae-Hyuk  South Korea 1:05.90 0:58.40 2:04.30 +24.83
30 Hubertus von Fürstenberg-von Hohenlohe  Mexico 1:07.36 1:00.57 2:07.93 +28.46
31 Yakup Kadri Birinci  Turkey 1:09.08 1:02.11 2:11.19 +31.72
32 Sokratis Aristodimou  Cyprus 1:11.48 1:04.62 2:16.10 +36.63
33 Resul Sare  Turkey 1:14.78 1:01.81 2:16.59 +37.12
34 Toni Salame  Lebanon 1:12.74 1:04.23 2:16.97 +37.50
35 Ahmet Demir  Turkey 1:11.29 1:06.24 2:17.53 +38.06
36 Göksay Demirhan  Turkey 1:13.22 1:04.99 2:18.21 +38.74
37 Alex Christian Benoit  Mexico 1:18.77 1:04.38 2:23.15 +43.68
38 Guillermo Avila  Bolivia 1:16.57 1:07.83 2:24.40 +44.93
39 Carlos Andrés Bruderer  Guatemala 1:16.87 1:09.43 2:26.30 +46.83
40 Karim Sabbagh  Lebanon 1:16.52 1:10.15 2:26.67 +47.20
41 Ahmad Ouachit  Morocco 1:19.17 1:12.36 2:31.53 +52.06
42 Ahmed Ait Moulay  Morocco 1:20.36 1:12.81 2:33.17 +53.70
43 Kevin Wilson  Puerto Rico 1:21.73 1:13.45 2:35.18 +55.71
44 Francesco Cardelli  San Marino 1:20.40 1:14.81 2:35.21 +55.74
45 Nicola Ercolani  San Marino 1:32.97 1:05.85 2:38.82 +59.35
46 Manuel Aramayo  Bolivia 1:24.85 1:17.46 2:42.31 +62.84
47 Lotfi Housnialaoui  Morocco 1:35.61 1:14.03 2:49.64 +70.17
48 Chen Tong-Jong  Chinese Taipei 1:33.57 1:17.53 2:51.10 +71.63
49 Kishor Rahtna Rai  India 1:31.42 1:20.79 2:52.21 +72.74
50 Luis Viscarra  Bolivia 1:30.45 1:23.93 2:54.38 +74.91
51 Julián Muñoz  Costa Rica 1:30.10 1:26.62 2:56.72 +77.25
52 Jason Edelmann  Puerto Rico 1:48.34 1:10.38 2:58.72 +79.25
53 Enrique Montano  Bolivia 1:44.04 1:23.37 3:07.41 +87.94
54 Alfredo Rego  Guatemala 1:46.49 1:33.79 3:20.28 +100.81
- Thomas Stangassinger  Austria 0:52.42 DNF - -
- Günther Mader  Austria 0:52.69 DNF - -
- Carlo Gerosa  Italy 0:53.06 DQ - -
- Lars-Göran Halvarsson  Sweden 0:53.33 DQ - -
- Didier Bouvet  France 0:53.34 DNF - -
- Finn Christian Jagge  Norway 0:53.40 DNF - -
- Johan Wallner  Sweden 0:54.05 DNF - -
- Christian Gaidet  France 0:54.23 DNF - -
- Jack Miller  United States 0:55.00 DNF - -
- Sergey Petrik  Soviet Union 0:55.39 DNF - -
- Yves Tavernier  France 0:55.39 DNS - -
- Javier Rivara  Argentina 1:01.12 DQ - -
- Christian Bruderer  Guatemala 1:19.30 DNF - -
- Carlos Pruneda  Mexico 1:41.94 DNF - -
- Jim Read  Canada DNF - - -
- Joël Gaspoz  Switzerland DNF - - -
- Armin Bittner  West Germany DNF - - -
- Rudi Nierlich  Austria DNF - - -
- Felix McGrath  United States DNF - - -
- Peter Roth  West Germany DNF - - -
- Robert Žan  Yugoslavia DNF - - -
- Chiaki Ishioka  Japan DNF - - -
- Alex Williams  United States DNF - - -
- Klemen Bergant  Yugoslavia DNF - - -
- Hans Pieren  Switzerland DNF - - -
- Michael Tommy  Canada DNF - - -
- Ivano Camozzi  Italy DNF - - -
- Gregor Hoop  Liechtenstein DNF - - -
- Konstantin Chistyakov  Soviet Union DNF - - -
- Greg Grossmann  Canada DNF - - -
- Jorge Pujol  Spain DNF - - -
- Gerald Näscher  Liechtenstein DNF - - -
- Elias Majdalani  Lebanon DNF - - -
- Delfin Campo  Spain DNF - - -
- Richard Biggins  Australia DNF - - -
- Morgan Jones  Great Britain DNF - - -
- Giannis Stamatiou  Greece DNF - - -
- Gerard Escoda  Andorra DNF - - -
- Mauricio Rotella  Chile DNF - - -
- Ignacio Birkner  Argentina DNF - - -
- Ioannis Kapraras  Greece DNF - - -
- Alekhis Fotiadis  Cyprus DNF - - -
- Jorge Carlos Eiras  Argentina DNF - - -
- Fabio Guardigli  San Marino DNF - - -
- Hur Seung-Wook  South Korea DNF - - -
- Jorge Torruellas  Puerto Rico DNF - - -
- Ong Ching-Ming  Chinese Taipei DNF - - -
- Jean-Luc Crétier  France DQ - - -
- Paul Accola  Switzerland DQ - - -
- Bob Ormsby  United States DQ - - -
- Silvio Wille  Liechtenstein DQ - - -
- Paulo Oppliger  Chile DQ - - -
- Gul Dev  India DQ - - -
- Tang Wei-Tsu  Chinese Taipei DQ - - -
- Pierre Succar  Lebanon DQ - - -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Calgary 1988 Official Report" (PDF). XV Olympic Winter Games Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. 1988. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  2. ^ "1987 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  3. ^ "1987 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 

External links[edit]

Sports-Reference - 1988 Men's Slalom