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

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Women's slalom
at the XV Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Nakiska
Date February 26
Competitors 57 from 37 nations
Winning time 1:36.69
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Vreni Schneider  Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Christa Kinshofer  West Germany
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The Women's slalom competition of the Calgary 1988 Olympics was held at Nakiska.[1][2]

The defending world champion was Erika Hess of Switzerland, while Switzerland's Corinne Schmidhauser was the defending World Cup slalom champion and Switzerland's Vreni Schneider the leader of the 1988 World Cup.[3][4]

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Vreni Schneider  Switzerland 0:48.81 0:47.88 1:36.69 -
2nd, silver medalist(s) Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 0:49.21 0:49.16 1:38.37 +1.68
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Christa Kinshofer  West Germany 0:49.84 0:48.56 1:38.40 +1.71
4 Roswitha Steiner  Austria 0:50.43 0:48.34 1:38.77 +2.08
5 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 0:49.89 0:49.55 1:39.44 +2.75
6 Ida Ladstätter  Austria 0:49.71 0:49.88 1:39.59 +2.90
7 Paola Magoni  Italy 0:50.42 0:49.34 1:39.76 +3.07
8 Dorota Tłalka-Mogore  France 0:50.28 0:49.58 1:39.86 +3.17
9 Mojca Dežman  Yugoslavia 0:50.86 0:49.35 1:40.21 +3.52
10 Ulrike Maier  Austria 0:50.94 0:49.60 1:40.54 +3.85
11 Beth Madsen  United States 0:51.09 0:50.09 1:41.18 +4.49
12 Lenka Kebrlová  Czechoslovakia 0:51.01 0:51.11 1:42.12 +5.43
13 Lucia Medzihradská  Czechoslovakia 0:51.08 0:51.10 1:42.18 +5.49
14 Patricia Chauvet-Blanc  France 0:51.48 0:51.31 1:42.79 +6.10
15 Diann Roffe  United States 0:51.74 0:51.14 1:42.88 +6.19
16 Josée Lacasse  Canada 0:51.63 0:51.51 1:43.14 +6.45
17 Katarzyna Szafrańska  Poland 0:52.15 0:52.06 1:44.21 +7.52
18 Michelle McKendry-Ruthven  Canada 0:53.16 0:52.63 1:45.79 +9.10
19 Emi Kawabata  Japan 0:54.70 0:54.65 1:49.35 +12.66
20 Carolina Eiras  Argentina 0:57.17 0:55.56 1:52.73 +16.04
21 Kate Rattray  New Zealand 0:56.79 0:56.15 1:52.94 +16.25
22 Carolina Birkner  Argentina 0:59.57 0:58.15 1:57.72 +21.03
23 Sandra Grau  Andorra 1:00.09 0:58.35 1:58.44 +21.75
24 Astrid Steverlynck  Argentina 1:03.06 1:01.96 2:05.02 +28.33
25 Thomai Lefousi  Greece 1:02.82 1:04.19 2:07.01 +30.32
26 Karolina Fotiadou  Cyprus 1:07.36 1:07.56 2:14.92 +38.23
27 Fiamma Smith  Guatemala 1:23.56 1:21.94 2:45.50 +68.81
28 Shailaja Kumar  India 1:26.98 1:25.29 2:52.27 +75.58
- Camilla Nilsson  Sweden 0:48.82 DNF - -
- Brigitte Oertli  Switzerland 0:49.95 DNF - -
- Catharina Glassér-Bjerner  Sweden 0:50.88 DNF - -
- Katra Zajc  Yugoslavia 0:51.06 DNF - -
- Pascaline Freiher  France 0:51.37 DNF - -
- Lesley Beck  Great Britain 0:51.70 DNF - -
- Nadia Bonfini  Italy 0:51.95 DNF - -
- Jolanda Kindle  Liechtenstein 0:52.56 DQ - -
- Eva Moga  Spain 0:52.79 DNF - -
- Ludmila Milanová  Czechoslovakia 0:53.93 DNF - -
- Jacqueline Vogt  Liechtenstein 0:53.94 DNF - -
- Mihaela Fera  Romania 0:58.35 DNF - -
- Tamara McKinney  United States DNF - - -
- Anita Wachter  Austria DNF - - -
- Christelle Guignard  France DNF - - -
- Corinne Schmidhauser  Switzerland DNF - - -
- Veronika Šarec  Yugoslavia DNF - - -
- Monika Äijä  Sweden DNF - - -
- Kristina Andersson  Sweden DNF - - -
- Anette Gersch  West Germany DNF - - -
- Heidi Voelker  United States DNF - - -
- Karen Percy  Canada DNF - - -
- Nina Ehrnrooth  Finland DNF - - -
- Sarah Lewis  Great Britain DNF - - -
- Kirstin Cairns  Great Britain DNF - - -
- Sachiko Yamamoto  Japan DNF - - -
- Mary Pat Wilson  Puerto Rico DNF - - -
- Kerrin Lee-Gartner  Canada DQ - - -
- Magdalena Birkner  Argentina 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. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 1988 Calgary Winter Games: Women's Slalom". Sports Reference. Retrieved 25 March 2018. 
  3. ^ "1987 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  4. ^ "1987 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014.