Alpine skiing at the 1976 Winter Olympics – Men's giant slalom

The Men's giant slalom competition of the Innsbruck 1976 Olympics was held at Axamer Lizum.[1][2]

Men's giant slalom
at the XII Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
VenueAxamer Lizum
Date9–10 February 1976
Competitors97 from 31 nations
Winning time3:26.97
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Heini Hemmi  Switzerland
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Ernst Good  Switzerland
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden
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Men's Giant Slalom
Axamer Lizum gegen Norden.jpg
LocationAxamer Lizum
Vertical   450 m (1,476 ft)
   425 m (1,394 ft)
Top elevation1,990 m (6,529 ft)  
2,035 m (6,677 ft)  
Base elevation1,540 m (5,052 ft)
1,610 m (5,282 ft)
Axamer Lizum is located in Austria
Axamer Lizum
Axamer Lizum
Location in Austria

The defending world champion was Gustavo Thoeni of Italy and led the 1976 World Cup, while Sweden's Ingemar Stenmark was the defending World Cup giant slalom champion.[3][4]

ResultsEdit

[1]

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
  Heini Hemmi   Switzerland 1:45.41 1:41.56 3:26.97 -
  Ernst Good   Switzerland 1:44.60 1:42.57 3:27.17 +0.20
  Ingemar Stenmark   Sweden 1:46.51 1:40.90 3:27.41 +0.44
4 Gustavo Thoeni   Italy 1:44.19 1:43.48 3:27.67 +0.70
5 Phil Mahre   United States 1:45.58 1:42.62 3:28.20 +1.23
6 Engelhard Pargätzi   Switzerland 1:46.16 1:42.60 3:28.76 +1.79
7 Fausto Radici   Italy 1:46.87 1:43.22 3:30.09 +3.12
8 Franco Bieler   Italy 1:47.00 1:43.24 3:30.24 +3.27
9 Greg Jones   United States 1:48.09 1:43.68 3:31.77 +4.80
10 Albert Burger   West Germany 1:47.32 1:45.36 3:32.68 +5.71
11 Miloslav Sochor   Czechoslovakia 1:47.46 1:46.07 3:33.53 +6.56
12 Stig Strand   Sweden 1:48.63 1:45.03 3:33.66 +6.69
13 Steve Mahre   United States 1:47.80 1:45.96 3:33.76 +6.79
14 Hansi Hinterseer   Austria 1:46.46 1:47.34 3:33.80 +6.83
15 Alain Navillod   France 1:47.15 1:47.18 3:34.33 +7.36
16 Juan Manuel Fernández Ochoa   Spain 1:48.06 1:46.71 3:34.77 +7.80
17 Willi Frommelt   Liechtenstein 1:48.44 1:47.27 3:35.71 +8.74
18 Bojan Križaj   Slovenia 1:49.08 1:46.82 3:35.90 +8.93
19 Wolfgang Junginger   West Germany 1:49.79 1:46.23 3:36.02 +9.05
20 Andreas Wenzel   Liechtenstein 1:48.53 1:47.72 3:36.25 +9.28
21 Cary Adgate   United States 1:48.64 1:47.77 3:36.41 +9.44
22 Jim Hunter   Canada 1:48.56 1:48.80 3:37.36 +10.39
23 Bohumír Zeman   Czechoslovakia 1:49.10 1:48.46 3:37.56 +10.59
24 Francisco Fernández Ochoa   Spain 1:48.65 1:49.47 3:38.12 +11.15
25 Philippe Barroso   France 1:50.23 1:48.26 3:38.49 +11.52
26 Petar Popangelov   Bulgaria 1:50.68 1:48.36 3:39.04 +12.07
27 Philippe Hardy   France 1:51.20 1:49.23 3:40.43 +13.46
28 Sepp Ferstl   West Germany 1:49.98 1:51.54 3:41.52 +14.55
29 Claude Perrot   France 1:49.48 1:53.36 3:42.84 +15.87
30 Christian Neureuther   West Germany 1:52.29 1:51.73 3:44.02 +17.05
31 Ivan Penev   Bulgaria 1:51.59 1:52.51 3:44.10 +17.13
32 Luis Rosenkjer   Argentina 1:53.98 1:54.18 3:48.16 +21.19
33 Alan Stewart   Great Britain 1:54.49 1:55.15 3:49.64 +22.67
34 Sumihiro Tomii   Japan 1:53.92 1:55.81 3:49.73 +22.76
35 Andrej Koželj   Slovenia 1:54.43 1:56.05 3:50.48 +23.51
36 Jaime Ros   Spain 1:55.25 1:56.54 3:51.79 +24.82
37 Mikio Katagiri   Japan 1:54.68 1:58.05 3:52.73 +25.76
38 Roman Dereziński   Poland 1:55.44 1:58.27 3:53.71 +26.74
39 Sigurður Jónsson   Iceland 1:58.46 1:57.76 3:56.22 +29.25
40 Robert Blanchaer   Belgium 1:57.37 2:00.53 3:57.90 +30.93
41 Roberto Koifman   Chile 1:58.15 2:01.34 3:59.49 +32.52
42 Adrián Roncallo   Argentina 2:00.16 2:00.46 4:00.62 +33.65
43 José Luis Koifman   Chile 1:58.93 2:02.42 4:01.35 +34.38
44 Brett Kendall   New Zealand 2:01.82 2:02.23 4:04.05 +37.08
45 Dan Cristea   Romania 2:01.78 2:03.51 4:05.29 +38.32
46 Tómas Leifsson   Iceland 2:01.83 2:03.54 4:05.37 +38.40
47 Gorban Ali Kalhor   Iran 2:02.30 2:06.65 4:08.95 +41.98
48 Carlos Font   Andorra 2:11.03 2:14.62 4:25.65 +58.68
49 Spyros Theodorou   Greece 2:12.79 2:16.29 4:29.08 +62.11
50 Thomas Karadimas   Greece 2:19.06 2:34.57 4:53.63 +86.66
51 Giorgio Cecchetti   San Marino 2:37.15 2:41.02 5:18.17 +111.20
52 Chen Yun-Ming   Republic of China 2:39.82 2:43.26 5:23.08 +116.11
- Piero Gros   Italy 1:45.69 DNF - -
- Torsten Jakobsson   Sweden 1:48.26 DNF - -
- Alois Morgenstern   Austria 1:48.33 DNF - -
- Walter Tresch   Switzerland 1:49.26 DNF - -
- Gudmund Söderin   Sweden 1:50.94 DNF - -
- Robert Safrata   Canada 1:51.70 DNF - -
- Paul Frommelt   Liechtenstein 1:52.69 DNF - -
- Ken Read   Canada 1:52.81 DNF - -
- Dave Murray   Canada 1:54.43 DNF - -
- Adjin Pašović   Yugoslavia 1:54.82 DNF - -
- Georgi Kochov   Bulgaria 1:54.86 DNF - -
- Vladimir Drazhev   Bulgaria 1:55.73 DNF - -
- Stuart Fitzsimmons   Great Britain 1:55.77 DNF - -
- Carlos Alberto Martínez   Argentina 1:56.03 DNF - -
- Kim Clifford   Australia 1:56.66 DQ - -
- Peter Fuchs   Great Britain 1:56.94 DNF - -
- Antoine Crespo   Andorra 1:59.59 DNF - -
- Ion Cavaşi   Romania 1:59.90 DNS - -
- Mohammad Kalhor   Iran 1:59.95 DNF - -
- Juan Angel Olivieri   Argentina 2:01.08 DNF - -
- Haukur Jóhannsson   Iceland 2:01.76 DNF - -
- Stuart Blakely   New Zealand 2:02.12 DNF - -
- Akbar Kalili   Iran 2:02.98 DQ - -
- Rafael Cañas   Chile 2:03.65 DNF - -
- Esteve Tomas   Andorra 2:04.63 DNF - -
- Árni Óðinsson   Iceland 2:05.28 DNF - -
- Xavier Areny   Andorra 2:05.86 DNF - -
- Federico García   Chile 2:06.99 DNF - -
- Mümtaz Demirhan   Turkey 2:17.58 DNF - -
- Murat Tosun   Turkey 2:17.99 DNF - -
- Maurizio Battistini   San Marino 2:33.33 DNF - -
- Robin Armstrong   New Zealand DNF - - -
- Ersin Ayrłksa   Turkey DNF - - -
- Ahmet Kıbıl   Turkey DNF - - -
- Mohammad Hadj Kia Shemshaki   Iran DNF - - -
- Didier Xhaet   Belgium DNF - - -
- Konrad Bartelski   Great Britain DNF - - -
- Vladimir Andreyev   Soviet Union DNF - - -
- Miran Gašperšič   Slovenia DNF - - -
- Masami Ichimura   Japan DNF - - -
- Odd Sørli   Norway DNF - - -
- Franz Klammer   Austria DNF - - -
- Erik Håker   Norway DNF - - -
- Thomas Hauser   Austria DNF - - -
- Haruhisa Chiba   Japan DQ - - -

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Final Report - XII. Olympische Winterspiele Innsbruck 1976" (PDF). Organizing Committee for the XIIth Winter Olympic Games 1976. LA84 Foundation. 1976. Retrieved January 3, 2014.
  2. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 1976 Innsbruck Winter Games: Men's Giant Slalom". Sports Reference. Retrieved 18 March 2018.
  3. ^ "1975 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014.
  4. ^ "1974 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014.