FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1985

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FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1985
Host city Sestriere
Country Italy
Events 10
Opening ceremony 31 January 1985 (1985-01-31)
Closing ceremony 10 February 1985 (1985-02-10)
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Bormio is located in Alps
Bormio
Bormio
Location in the Alps of Europe

The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1985 were held in Bormio, northern Italy between January 31 and February 10, 1985.[1]

These were the first world championships held in an odd-numbered year, and the last without the Super-G event.

Bormio would host the World Championships again two decades later in 2005.

Men's competitions[edit]

Downhill[edit]

Date: February 3

Place Nation Athlete Time
1 Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen 2:06.68
2 Switzerland Peter Müller 2:06.79
3 United States Doug Lewis 2:06.82
4 Switzerland Franz Heinzer 2:07.45
5 Austria Franz Klammer 2:07.64
6 Austria Peter Wirnsberger 2:07.70
7 Austria Helmut Höflehner 2:08.01
8 Switzerland Conradin Cathomen 2:08.03
9 Canada Todd Brooker 2:08.05
13 Italy Danilo Sbardellotto 2:08.73
14 United States Bill Johnson 2:09.01
18 Italy Robert Erlacher 2:08.21
21 Italy Ivano Marzzola 2:08.43

Giant Slalom[edit]

Date: February 7

Place Nation Athlete Time
1 West Germany Markus Wasmeier 2:28.90
2 Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen 2:28.95
3 Luxembourg Marc Girardelli 2:29.22
4 West Germany Egon Hirt 2:30.35
5 Austria Hans Enn 2:30.36
6 Italy Robert Erlacher 2:30.53
7 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Rok Petrovič 2:31.03
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj 2:31.26
9 Italy Oswald Tötsch 2:31.40

Slalom[edit]

Date: February 10

Place Nation Athlete Time
1 Sweden Jonas Nilsson 1:38.82
2 Luxembourg Marc Girardelli 1:38.88
3 Austria Robert Zoller 1:39.35
4 Sweden Ingemar Stenmark 1:39.74
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj 1:40.07
6 Italy Paolo De Chiesa 1:40.27
7 France Daniel Mougel 1:40.63
8 West Germany Florian Beck 1:41.63

Combination[edit]

Date: February 5

Place Nation Athlete Points
1 Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen 7.67
2 Austria Ernst Riedlsperger 37.84
3 Switzerland Thomas Bürgler 39.41
4 Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel 48.41
5 France Michel Vion 50.38
6 France Franck Piccard 55.14
7 West Germany Markus Wasmeier 56.04
8 Austria Günther Mader 61.56

Women's competitions[edit]

Downhill[edit]

Date: February 3

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Switzerland Michela Figini 1:26.96
2 Switzerland Ariane Ehrat 1:28.57
Austria Katharina Gutensohn 1:28.57

Giant Slalom[edit]

Date: February 6

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 United States Diann Roffe 2:18.53
2 Austria Elisabeth Kirchler 2:19.13
3 United States Eva Twardokens 2:19.21
4 United States Debbie Armstrong 2:19.26

Slalom[edit]

Date: February 9

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 France Perrine Pelen 1:29.58
2 France Christelle Guignard 1:29.93
3 Italy Paoletta Magoni 1:29.98
6 Italy Michaëla Marzolla 1:30.12

Combination[edit]

Date: February 4

Placing Country Athlete Points
1 Switzerland Erika Hess 18.72
2 Austria Sylvia Eder 34.42
3 United States Tamara McKinney 44.45

Medals table[edit]

Place Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1   Switzerland 4 3 1 8
2  France 1 1 - 2
3  United States 1 - 3 4
4  West Germany 1 - - 1
 Sweden 1 - - 1
6  Austria - 4 1 5
7  Luxembourg - 1 1 2
8  Italy - - 1 1

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • FIS-Ski.com - results - 1985 World Championships - Bormio, Italy

Coordinates: 46°28′01″N 10°22′01″E / 46.467°N 10.367°E / 46.467; 10.367