Alpine skiing at the 1992 Winter Olympics – Men's slalom

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Men's slalom
at the XVI Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Les Ménuires
Date February 22
Competitors 119 from 44 nations
Winning time 1:44.39
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Finn Christian Jagge  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Alberto Tomba  Italy
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Michael Tritscher  Austria
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The Men's slalom competition of the Albertville 1992 Olympics was held at Les Ménuires.[1]

The defending world champion was Marc Girardelli of Luxembourg, who was also the defending World Cup slalom champion, while Alberto Tomba was the leader of the 1992 World Cup.[2][3]

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Finn Christian Jagge  Norway 0:51.43 0:52.96 1:44.39 -
2nd, silver medalist(s) Alberto Tomba  Italy 0:53.01 0:51.66 1:44.67 +0.28
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Michael Tritscher  Austria 0:52.50 0:52.35 1:44.85 +0.46
4 Patrick Staub  Switzerland 0:52.56 0:52.88 1:45.44 +1.05
5 Thomas Fogdö  Sweden 0:52.85 0:52.63 1:45.48 +1.09
6 Paul Accola  Switzerland 0:52.64 0:52.98 1:45.62 +1.23
7 Michael von Grünigen  Switzerland 0:53.62 0:52.80 1:46.42 +2.03
8 Jonas Nilsson  Sweden 0:53.58 0:52.99 1:46.57 +2.18
9 Thomas Stangassinger  Austria 0:53.51 0:53.14 1:46.65 +2.26
10 Matt Grosjean  United States 0:53.79 0:53.15 1:46.94 +2.55
11 Carlo Gerosa  Italy 0:53.18 0:53.92 1:47.10 +2.71
12 François Simond  France 0:53.88 0:53.61 1:47.49 +3.10
13 Hubert Strolz  Austria 0:54.06 0:53.73 1:47.79 +3.40
14 Mats Ericson  Sweden 0:53.92 0:54.09 1:48.01 +3.62
15 Bernhard Gstrein  Austria 0:54.12 0:54.14 1:48.26 +3.87
16 Peter Roth  Germany 0:54.07 0:54.68 1:48.75 +4.36
17 Andrej Miklavc  Slovenia 0:55.02 0:54.45 1:49.47 +5.08
18 Tetsuya Okabe  Japan 0:54.99 0:54.49 1:49.48 +5.09
19 Jure Košir  Slovenia 0:54.88 0:54.61 1:49.49 +5.10
20 Rob Crossan  Canada 0:55.21 0:54.65 1:49.86 +5.47
21 Konrad Kurt Ladstaetter  Italy 0:54.68 0:55.19 1:49.87 +5.48
22 Gregor Grilc  Slovenia 0:54.73 0:55.22 1:49.95 +5.56
23 Kyle Wieche  United States 0:55.42 0:55.70 1:51.12 +6.73
24 Klemen Bergant  Slovenia 0:56.27 0:56.25 1:52.52 +8.13
25 Peter Jurko  Czechoslovakia 0:55.95 0:56.85 1:52.80 +8.41
26 Petar Dichev  Bulgaria 0:56.21 0:56.70 1:52.91 +8.52
27 Abraham Fernández  Spain 0:56.64 0:56.33 1:52.97 +8.58
28 Jorge Pujol  Spain 0:56.73 0:56.28 1:53.01 +8.62
29 Willy Raine  Canada 0:56.80 0:56.52 1:53.32 +8.93
30 Stéphane Exartier  France 0:58.31 0:55.59 1:53.90 +9.51
31 Ricardo Campo  Spain 0:56.99 0:57.53 1:54.52 +10.13
32 Gerard Escoda  Andorra 0:57.35 0:57.60 1:54.95 +10.56
33 Borislav Dimitrachkov  Bulgaria 0:57.48 0:57.67 1:55.15 +10.76
34 Sean Langmuir  Great Britain 0:58.04 0:57.69 1:55.73 +11.34
35 Örnólfur Valdimarsson  Iceland 0:58.12 0:58.36 1:56.48 +12.09
36 Vedran Pavlek  Croatia 0:58.75 0:58.53 1:57.28 +12.89
37 Attila Bónis  Hungary 0:59.54 0:59.48 1:59.02 +14.63
38 Balázs Tornay  Hungary 0:59.39 1:01.13 2:00.52 +16.13
39 Federico Van Ditmar  Argentina 1:00.62 1:00.87 2:01.49 +17.10
40 Choi Yong-Hee  South Korea 1:00.76 1:02.29 2:03.05 +18.66
41 Aurel Foiciuc  Romania 1:02.57 1:01.77 2:04.34 +19.95
42 Zoran Perušina  Yugoslavia 1:01.43 1:03.11 2:04.54 +20.15
43 Péter Kristály  Hungary 1:03.17 1:04.89 2:08.06 +23.67
44 Alekhis Fotiadis  Cyprus 1:07.10 1:07.66 2:14.76 +30.37
45 Taner Üstündağ  Turkey 1:09.13 1:08.65 2:17.78 +33.39
46 Slałan Ilić  Yugoslavia 1:11.48 1:08.59 2:20.07 +35.68
47 Sokratis Aristodimou  Cyprus 1:12.68 1:11.21 2:23.89 +39.50
48 Hans Egger  Brazil 1:11.95 1:12.56 2:24.51 +40.12
49 Michael Teruel  Philippines 1:13.95 1:13.54 2:27.49 +43.10
50 Guillermo Avila  Bolivia 1:13.94 1:14.31 2:28.25 +43.86
51 Cevdet Can  Turkey 1:15.21 1:13.24 2:28.45 +44.06
52 Brahim Ait Sibrahim  Morocco 1:15.13 1:14.87 2:30.00 +45.61
53 Jean Khalil  Lebanon 1:17.07 1:16.06 2:33.13 +48.74
54 Juan-Carlos Elizondo  Mexico 1:27.91 1:13.88 2:41.79 +57.40
55 Andreas Vasili  Cyprus 1:11.97 1:34.70 2:46.67 +62.28
56 Daniel Stahle  Bolivia 1:23.45 1:24.97 2:48.42 +64.03
57 Manuel Aramayo  Bolivia 1:27.27 1:25.29 2:52.56 +68.17
58 Nanak Chand  India 1:30.02 1:23.89 2:53.91 +69.52
59 José-Manuel Bejarano  Bolivia 1:30.13 1:24.55 2:54.68 +70.29
60 El-Hassan Mahta  Morocco 1:29.74 1:27.72 2:57.46 +73.07
61 Lal Chuni  India 1:33.80 1:29.25 3:03.05 +78.66
62 Dany Abounaoum  Lebanon 1:31.08 1:32.68 3:03.76 +79.37
63 Robert Scott Detlof  Brazil 2:06.00 1:12.58 3:18.58 +94.19
64 Julián Muñoz  Costa Rica 1:53.09 1:51.02 3:44.11 +119.72
65 Alejandro Preinfalk  Costa Rica 2:09.83 2:19.30 4:29.13 +164.74
- Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 0:53.14 DNF - -
- Armin Bittner  Germany 0:53.19 DNF - -
- Fabio De Crignis  Italy 0:53.31 DQ - -
- Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 0:54.42 DNF - -
- Alain Feutrier  France 0:54.50 DNF - -
- Johan Wallner  Sweden 0:55.29 DNF - -
- Marián Bíreš  Czechoslovakia 0:56.01 DNF - -
- Brad King  Canada 0:56.42 DNF - -
- Bill Gaylord  Great Britain 0:58.88 DNF - -
- Jakub Malczewski  Poland 1:00.59 DNF - -
- Pierre Kőszáli  Hungary 1:00.66 DNF - -
- Hur Seung-Wook  South Korea 1:01.19 DNF - -
- Jorge Eduardo Ballesteros  Mexico 1:03.85 DNF - -
- Carlos Mier y Terán  Mexico 1:04.50 DNF - -
- Lamine Guèye  Senegal 1:10.90 DNF - -
- Hicham Diddou  Morocco 1:25.01 DNF - -
- Patrice Bianchi  France DNF - - -
- Steve Locher  Switzerland DNF - - -
- Joe Levins  United States DNF - - -
- Didrik Marksten  Norway DNF - - -
- Kiminobu Kimura  Japan DNF - - -
- Takuya Ishioka  Japan DNF - - -
- Casey Puckett  United States DNF - - -
- Lyubomir Popov  Bulgaria DNF - - -
- Ovidio García  Spain DNF - - -
- Simon Lyle Wi Rutene  New Zealand DNF - - -
- Kristinn Björnsson  Iceland DNF - - -
- Nahum Orobitg  Andorra DNF - - -
- Stephen Edwards  Great Britain DNF - - -
- Christopher Blagden  Great Britain DNF - - -
- Marcin Szafrański  Poland DNF - - -
- Ramon Rossell  Andorra DNF - - -
- Nils Gelbjerg-Hansen  Denmark DNF - - -
- Emilian Focşeneanu  Romania DNF - - -
- Gáston Begue  Argentina DNF - - -
- Thomas Lefousi  Greece DNF - - -
- Nicola Ercolani  San Marino DNF - - -
- John Campbell  Virgin Islands DNF - - -
- Ioannis Kapraras  Greece DNF - - -
- Keith Fraser  Swaziland DNF - - -
- Jason Gasperoni  San Marino DNF - - -
- Rejmon Horo  Yugoslavia DNF - - -
- Ahmet Demir  Turkey DNF - - -
- Sérgio Schuler  Brazil DNF - - -
- German Sánchez  Mexico DNF - - -
- Marcelo Apovian  Brazil DNF - - -
- Chen Tong-Jong  Chinese Taipei DNF - - -
- Raymond Keyrouz  Lebanon DNF - - -
- Enis Bećirbegović  Yugoslavia DNF - - -
- Mourad Guerri  Algeria DNF - - -
- Brahim Izdag  Morocco DNF - - -
- Allaoua Latef  Algeria DNF - - -
- Alphonse Gomis  Senegal DNF - - -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Albertville 1992 Official Report" (PDF). Le Comite d'Organisation des Jeux Olympiques Albertville. LA84 Foundation. 1992. Archived from the original (PDF) on February 26, 2008. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  2. ^ "1991 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  3. ^ "1991 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 

External links[edit]

Sports-Reference - 1992 Men's Slalom