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Alpine skiing at the 1964 Winter Olympics – Men's slalom

The Men's slalom competition of the Innsbruck 1964 Olympics was held at Axamer Lizum.[1][2]

Men's slalom
at the IX Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
VenueAxamer Lizum
DateFebruary 7–8
Competitors96 from 28 nations
Winning time2:11.13
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Pepi Stiegler  Austria
2nd, silver medalist(s) Billy Kidd  United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jimmy Heuga  United States
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The defending world champion was Charles Bozon of France.[3]

FinalEdit

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
  Pepi Stiegler   Austria 1:09.03 1:02.10 2:11.13 -
  Billy Kidd   United States 1:10.96 1:00.31 2:11.27 +0.14
  Jimmy Heuga   United States 1:10.16 1:01.36 2:11.52 +0.39
4 Michel Arpin   France 1:11.16 1:01.75 2:12.91 +1.78
5 Luggi Leitner   United Team of Germany 1:11.19 1:01.75 2:12.94 +1.81
6 Adolf Mathis   Switzerland 1:10.77 1:02.22 2:12.99 +1.86
7 Gerhard Nenning   Austria 1:10.29 1:02.91 2:13.20 +2.07
8 Buddy Werner   United States 1:11.64 1:01.82 2:13.46 +2.33
9 Wolfgang Bartels   United Team of Germany 1:13.83 1:02.09 2:15.92 +4.79
10 Stefan Kälin   Switzerland 1:13.92 1:02.12 2:16.04 +4.91
11 Italo Pedroncelli   Italy 1:13.94 1:02.38 2:16.32 +5.19
12 Guy Périllat   France 1:17.00 0:59.33 2:16.33 +5.20
13 Ernst Scherzer   United Team of Germany 1:14.67 1:03.43 2:18.10 +6.97
14 Willy Favre   Switzerland 1:13.63 1:04.59 2:18.22 +7.09
15 Ivo Mahlknecht   Italy 1:13.69 1:04.54 2:18.23 +7.10
16 Per Martin Sunde   Norway 1:14.23 1:04.13 2:18.36 +7.23
17 Paride Milianti   Italy 1:13.50 1:04.90 2:18.40 +7.27
18 Eberhard Riedel   United Team of Germany 1:13.57 1:05.28 2:18.85 +7.72
19 Peter Duncan   Canada 1:14.22 1:04.88 2:19.10 +7.97
20 Martino Fill   Italy 1:14.53 1:05.10 2:19.63 +8.50
21 Hias Leitner   Austria 1:17.07 1:02.57 2:19.64 +8.51
22 Raimo Manninen   Finland 1:14.82 1:05.45 2:20.27 +9.14
23 Yoshiharu Fukuhara   Japan 1:14.35 1:06.36 2:20.71 +9.58
24 Karl Schranz   Austria 1:10.04 1:11.54 2:21.58 +10.45
25 Vasily Melnikov   Soviet Union 1:16.18 1:06.43 2:22.61 +11.48
26 Rune Lindström   Sweden 1:16.00 1:06.68 2:22.68 +11.55
27 Bronisław Trzebunia   Poland 1:16.27 1:06.46 2:22.73 +11.60
28 Olle Rolén   Sweden 1:16.14 1:06.94 2:23.08 +11.95
29 Jon Terje Øverland   Norway 1:19.16 1:05.68 2:24.84 +13.71
30 Jerzy Woyna Orlewicz   Poland 1:18.31 1:06.68 2:24.99 +13.86
31 Hajime Tomii   Japan 1:18.49 1:06.60 2:25.09 +13.96
32 Peter Lakota   Yugoslavia 1:18.59 1:07.65 2:26.24 +15.11
33 Andrzej Dereziński   Poland 1:18.21 1:09.30 2:27.51 +16.38
34 Yoshinari Kida   Japan 1:19.11 1:10.00 2:29.11 +17.98
35 Arild Holm   Norway 1:21.14 1:08.77 2:29.91 +18.78
36 Hans-Walter Schädler   Liechtenstein 1:20.29 1:11.71 2:32.00 +20.87
37 Javier Masana   Spain 1:22.10 1:13.57 2:35.67 +24.54
38 Yoshihiro Ohira   Japan 1:28.79 1:09.08 2:37.87 +26.74
39 Árni Sigurðsson   Iceland 1:25.34 1:13.78 2:39.12 +27.99
- Jos Minsch   Switzerland 1:15.07 DQ - -
- Lars Olsson   Sweden 1:18.74 DQ - -
- Anton Šoltýs   Czechoslovakia 1:30.00 DQ - -
- François Bonlieu   France DQ - - -
- Jean-Guy Brunet   Canada DQ - - -
- Bengt-Erik Grahn   Sweden DQ - - -
- Chuck Ferries   United States DQ - - -
- Jean-Claude Killy   France DQ - - -
- Rod Hebron   Canada DQ - - -
- Ulf Ekstam   Finland DQ - - -

Source:[1]

QualifyingEdit

Round 1Edit

The top 25 finishers advanced directly to the final, the others went to round two.[1]

Rank Name Country Time Difference
1 François Bonlieu   France 51.23 -
2 Luggi Leitner   United Team of Germany 51.45 +0.22
3 Guy Périllat   France 52.33 +1.10
4 Jimmy Heuga   United States 52.45 +1.22
5 Buddy Werner   United States 53.19 +1.96
6 Pepi Stiegler   Austria 53.41 +2.18
Adolf Mathis   Switzerland
8 Karl Schranz   Austria 53.55 +2.32
9 Vasily Melnikov   Soviet Union 53.59 +2.36
10 Gerhard Nenning   Austria 53.60 +2.37
11 Billy Kidd   United States 53.73 +2.50
12 Stefan Kälin   Switzerland 53.93 +2.70
13 Michel Arpin   France 54.07 +2.84
14 Italo Pedroncelli   Italy 54.22 +2.99
15 Willy Favre   Switzerland 54.29 +3.06
16 Rune Lindström   Sweden 54.43 +3.20
17 Jerzy Woyna Orlewicz   Poland 54.55 +3.32
18 Paride Milianti   Italy 54.67 +3.44
19 Ernst Scherzer   United Team of Germany 54.77 +3.54
20 Hias Leitner   Austria 54.90 +3.67
21 Jon Terje Øverland   Norway 54.90 +3.67
22 Jos Minsch   Switzerland 54.95 +3.72
23 Jean-Guy Brunet   Canada 54.98 +3.75
24 Bengt-Erik Grahn   Sweden 54.99 +3.76
25 Chuck Ferries   United States 55.17 +3.94
26 Per Martin Sunde   Norway 55.24 +4.01
27 Arild Holm   Norway 55.57 +4.34
28 Tally Monastyryov   Soviet Union 55.71 +4.48
29 Jean-Claude Killy   France 55.79 +4.56
30 Eberhard Riedel   United Team of Germany 55.88 +4.65
31 Yoshihiro Ohira   Japan 56.31 +5.08
32 Raimo Manninen   Finland 56.33 +5.10
33 Valery Shein   Soviet Union 56.33 +5.10
34 Martino Fill   Italy 56.43 +5.20
35 Andrzej Dereziński   Poland 56.75 +5.52
36 Ulf Ekstam   Finland 57.11 +5.88
37 Yoshinari Kida   Japan 57.36 +6.13
38 Bronisław Trzebunia   Poland 57.72 +6.49
39 Peter Lakota   Yugoslavia 57.84 +6.61
40 Wolfgang Bartels   United Team of Germany 57.91 +6.68
41 Petar Angelov   Bulgaria 58.14 +6.91
42 Olle Rolén   Sweden 58.39 +7.16
43 Anton Šoltýs   Czechoslovakia 58.67 +7.44
44 Juan Garriga   Spain 59.53 +8.30
45 Lars Olsson   Sweden 59.80 +8.57
46 Jóhann Vilbergsson   Iceland 60.39 +9.16
47 Javier Masana   Spain 60.95 +9.72
48 Hans-Walter Schädler   Liechtenstein 61.53 +10.30
49 Yoshiharu Fukuhara   Japan 61.66 +10.43
50 Charles Westenholz   Great Britain 61.96 +10.73
51 Luis Sánchez   Spain 62.40 +11.17
52 Francisco Cortes   Chile 64.43 +13.20
53 Osvaldo Ancinas   Argentina 64.63 +13.40
54 Piers, Baron de Westenholz   Great Britain 65.12 +13.89
55 Peter Brockhoff   Australia 65.32 +14.09
56 Fayzollah Band Ali   Iran 65.60 +14.37
57 Josef Gassner   Liechtenstein 65.78 +14.55
58 Simon Brown   Australia 66.83 +15.60
59 Rod Hebron   Canada 67.56 +16.33
60 Juan Holz   Chile 67.56 +16.33
61 Nazih Geagea   Lebanon 68.21 +16.98
62 Lotfollah Kia Shemshaki   Iran 68.47 +17.24
63 Peter Wenzel   Australia 68.68 +17.45
64 Jonathan Taylor   Great Britain 68.73 +17.50
65 Árni Sigurðsson   Iceland 69.03 +17.80
66 August Wolfinger   Liechtenstein 69.75 +18.52
67 Prince Karim Aga Khan   Iran 71.92 +20.69
68 John Rigby   Great Britain 72.16 +20.93
69 Muzaffer Demirhan   Turkey 72.26 +21.03
70 Zeki Şamiloğlu   Turkey 72.81 +21.58
71 Oto Pustoslemšek   Yugoslavia 73.82 +22.59
72 Luis Viu   Spain 74.06 +22.83
73 Vicente Vera   Chile 74.82 +23.59
74 Ivo Mahlknecht   Italy 76.97 +25.74
75 Jean Keyrouz   Lebanon 77.36 +26.13
76 Osman Yüce   Turkey 78.75 +27.52
77 Vasilios Makridis   Greece 79.70 +28.47
78 Hajime Tomii   Japan 80.85 +29.62
79 Manuel Mena   Argentina 85.60 +34.37
80 Bahattin Topal   Turkey 85.99 +34.76
81 Michel Rahme   Lebanon 86.76 +35.53
82 Konstantinos Karydas   Greece 91.51 +40.28
83 Dimitrios Pappos   Greece 102.76 +51.53
84 Jo Yeong-Seok   South Korea 109.14 +57.91
85 Kim Dong-Baek   South Korea 121.88 +70.65
- Kristinn Benediktsson   Iceland DQ -
- Robert Swan   Canada DQ -
- Jorge Abelardo Eiras   Argentina DNF -
- Pedro Klempa   Argentina DNF -
- Peter Duncan   Canada DNF -
- Hernán Boher   Chile DNF -
- Ovaness Meguerdonian   Iran DNF -
- Sami Beyroun   Lebanon DNF -
- Radim Koloušek   Czechoslovakia DNF -
- Fric Detiček   Yugoslavia DNF -
- Andrej Klinar   Yugoslavia DNF -

Round 2Edit

The top 25 finishers advanced directly to the final, the others went to round two.[1]

Rank Name Country Time Difference
1 Jean-Claude Killy   France 53.79 -
2 Yoshiharu Fukuhara   Japan 54.07 +0.28
3 Eberhard Riedel   United Team of Germany 54.44 +0.65
4 Per Martin Sunde   Norway 55.03 +1.24
5 Raimo Manninen   Finland 55.41 +1.62
6 Peter Lakota   Yugoslavia 55.59 +1.80
7 Ivo Mahlknecht   Italy 55.78 +1.99
8 Wolfgang Bartels   United Team of Germany 55.84 +2.05
9 Rod Hebron   Canada 55.99 +2.20
10 Tally Monastyryov   Soviet Union 56.09 +2.30
11 Martino Fill   Italy 56.32 +2.53
12 Peter Duncan   Canada 56.43 +2.64
13 Bronisław Trzebunia   Poland 56.55 +2.76
14 Andrzej Dereziński   Poland 56.66 +2.87
15 Lars Olsson   Sweden 56.66 +2.87
16 Olle Rolén   Sweden 57.17 +3.38
17 Hajime Tomii   Japan 57.44 +3.65
18 Yoshinari Kida   Japan 58.06 +4.27
19 Yoshihiro Ohira   Japan 58.09 +4.30
20 Ulf Ekstam   Finland 58.48 +4.69
21 Javier Masana   Spain 59.14 +5.35
22 Arild Holm   Norway 59.31 +5.52
23 Anton Šoltýs   Czechoslovakia 59.45 +5.66
24 Hans-Walter Schädler   Liechtenstein 59.62 +5.83
25 Árni Sigurðsson   Iceland 59.67 +5.88
26 Luis Sánchez   Spain 60.56 +6.77
27 Kristinn Benediktsson   Iceland 60.57 +6.78
28 Charles Westenholz   Great Britain 60.99 +7.20
29 Jonathan Taylor   Great Britain 61.33 +7.54
30 Prince Karim Aga Khan   Iran 61.68 +7.89
31 Piers, Baron de Westenholz   Great Britain 61.89 +8.10
32 Josef Gassner   Liechtenstein 61.90 +8.11
33 Hernán Boher   Chile 61.95 +8.16
34 Jóhann Vilbergsson   Iceland 62.23 +8.44
35 John Rigby   Great Britain 62.45 +8.66
36 Luis Viu   Spain 63.18 +9.39
37 Fayzollah Band Ali   Iran 63.80 +10.01
39 Juan Holz   Chile 64.38 +10.59
38 Osvaldo Ancinas   Argentina 64.35 +10.56
40 Ovaness Meguerdonian   Iran 64.38 +10.59
41 Jorge Abelardo Eiras   Argentina 64.57 +10.78
42 Peter Brockhoff   Australia 64.58 +10.79
43 Fric Detiček   Yugoslavia 65.08 +11.29
44 Simon Brown   Australia 65.88 +12.09
45 Nazih Geagea   Lebanon 66.15 +12.36
46 Bahattin Topal   Turkey 67.69 +13.90
47 August Wolfinger   Liechtenstein 67.72 +13.93
48 Muzaffer Demirhan   Turkey 68.20 +14.41
49 Peter Wenzel   Australia 70.25 +16.46
50 Zeki Şamiloğlu   Turkey 72.03 +18.24
51 Manuel Mena   Argentina 75.88 +22.09
52 Jean Keyrouz   Lebanon 76.24 +22.45
53 Michel Rahme   Lebanon 81.19 +27.40
54 Jo Yeong-Seok   South Korea 88.53 +34.74
55 Konstantinos Karydas   Greece 97.46 +43.67
56 Vasilios Makridis   Greece 100.27 +46.48
- Radim Koloušek   Czechoslovakia DQ -
- Lotfollah Kia Shemshaki   Iran DQ -
- Juan Garriga   Spain DQ -
- Oto Pustoslemšek   Yugoslavia DQ -
- Osman Yüce   Turkey DQ -
- Sami Beyroun   Lebanon DQ -
- Dimitrios Pappos   Greece DQ -
- Andrej Klinar   Yugoslavia DNF -
- Kim Dong-Baek   South Korea DNF -
- Francisco Cortes   Chile DNF -
- Pedro Klempa   Argentina DNF -
- Petar Angelov   Bulgaria DNF -
- Robert Swan   Canada DNF -
- Valery Shein   Soviet Union DNF -
- Vicente Vera   Chile DNF -

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Offizieller Bericht der IX. Olympischen Winterspiele Innsbruck 1964" (PDF). Austrian Federal Publishing House for Instruction, Science and Art, Vienna and Munich. LA84 Foundation. 1964. Retrieved January 3, 2014.
  2. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 1964 Innsbruck Winter Games: Men's Slalom". Sports Reference. Retrieved 14 March 2018.
  3. ^ "1962 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014.