Alpine skiing at the 1984 Winter Olympics – Men's giant slalom

The Men's giant slalom competition of the Sarajevo 1984 Olympics was held at Bjelašnica.[1][2]

Men's giant slalom
at the XIV Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
VenueBjelašnica
DateFebruary 14
Competitors108 from 39 nations
Winning time2:41.18
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Max Julen  Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jure Franko  Yugoslavia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Andreas Wenzel  Liechtenstein
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The defending world champion was Steve Mahre of the United States, while his brother, Phil Mahre, was the defending World Cup giant slalom champion and Switzerland's Pirmin Zurbriggen was leader of the 1984 World Cup.[3][4]

ResultsEdit

[1]

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
  Max Julen   Switzerland 1:20.54 1:20.64 2:41.18 -
  Jure Franko   Yugoslavia 1:21.15 1:20.26 2:41.41 +0.23
  Andreas Wenzel   Liechtenstein 1:20.64 1:21.11 2:41.75 +0.57
4 Franz Gruber   Austria 1:21.03 1:21.05 2:42.08 +0.90
5 Boris Strel   Yugoslavia 1:21.23 1:21.13 2:42.36 +1.18
6 Hubert Strolz   Austria 1:21.47 1:21.24 2:42.71 +1.53
7 Alex Giorgi   Italy 1:22.05 1:20.95 2:43.00 +1.82
8 Phil Mahre   United States 1:22.09 1:21.16 2:43.25 +2.07
9 Bojan Križaj   Yugoslavia 1:22.18 1:21.30 2:43.48 +2.30
10 Joël Gaspoz   Switzerland 1:21.98 1:21.62 2:43.60 +2.42
11 Thomas Bürgler   Switzerland 1:21.75 1:22.09 2:43.84 +2.66
12 Roberto Erlacher   Italy 1:22.36 1:21.73 2:44.09 +2.91
13 Egon Hirt   West Germany 1:22.45 1:21.66 2:44.11 +2.93
14 Didier Bouvet   France 1:22.16 1:22.09 2:44.25 +3.07
15 Oswald Tötsch   Italy 1:22.94 1:22.03 2:44.97 +3.79
16 Yves Tavernier   France 1:23.32 1:22.05 2:45.37 +4.19
17 Steve Mahre   United States 1:23.43 1:22.60 2:46.03 +4.85
18 Niklas Henning   Sweden 1:23.61 1:22.51 2:46.12 +4.94
19 Odd Sørli   Norway 1:22.90 1:23.49 2:46.39 +5.21
20 Jorge Pérez   Spain 1:23.64 1:24.33 2:47.97 +6.79
21 Petar Popangelov   Bulgaria 1:24.83 1:23.61 2:48.44 +7.26
22 Gunnar Neuriesser   Sweden 1:23.99 1:24.46 2:48.45 +7.27
23 Günther Marxer   Liechtenstein 1:24.78 1:24.01 2:48.79 +7.61
24 Jim Read   Canada 1:24.31 1:24.87 2:49.18 +8.00
25 Naomine Iwaya   Japan 1:25.02 1:24.67 2:49.69 +8.51
26 Toshihiro Kaiwa   Japan 1:24.92 1:25.05 2:49.97 +8.79
27 Osamu Kodama   Japan 1:24.81 1:25.40 2:50.21 +9.03
28 Valentin Gichev   Bulgaria 1:26.12 1:26.52 2:52.64 +11.46
29 Markus Hubrich   New Zealand 1:25.81 1:26.98 2:52.79 +11.61
30 Shinya Chiba   Japan 1:25.67 1:27.51 2:53.18 +12.00
31 Mitko Khadzhiev   Bulgaria 1:27.50 1:26.84 2:54.34 +13.16
32 Martin Bell   Great Britain 1:28.42 1:28.08 2:56.50 +15.32
33 David Mercer   Great Britain 1:27.81 1:28.83 2:56.64 +15.46
34 Scott Alan Sánchez   Bolivia 1:29.45 1:27.84 2:57.29 +16.11
35 Pierre Couquelet   Belgium 1:28.71 1:29.88 2:58.59 +17.41
36 Simon Lyle Wi Rutene   New Zealand 1:30.13 1:28.97 2:59.10 +17.92
37 Andres Figueroa   Chile 1:29.86 1:29.37 2:59.23 +18.05
38 Nicholas Wilson   Great Britain 1:29.26 1:30.23 2:59.49 +18.31
39 Frederick Burton   Great Britain 1:30.32 1:30.23 3:00.55 +19.37
40 Árni Þór Árnason   Iceland 1:30.05 1:31.21 3:01.26 +20.08
41 Zolt Balazs   Romania 1:31.00 1:31.41 3:02.41 +21.23
42 Dieter Linneberg   Chile 1:31.75 1:31.81 3:03.56 +22.38
43 Guðmundur Jóhannsson   Iceland 1:30.90 1:33.51 3:04.41 +23.23
44 Miguel Purcell   Chile 1:32.19 1:33.21 3:05.40 +24.22
45 Mihai Bîră Jr.   Romania 1:32.04 1:34.45 3:06.49 +25.31
46 Jorge Birkner   Argentina 1:33.82 1:34.18 3:08.00 +26.82
47 Fernando Enevoldsen   Argentina 1:33.82 1:34.45 3:08.27 +27.09
48 Hubertus von Fürstenberg-von Hohenlohe   Mexico 1:34.82 1:35.27 3:10.09 +28.91
49 Lazaros Arkhontopoulos   Greece 1:35.36 1:35.65 3:11.01 +29.83
50 Ioannis Triantafyllidis   Greece 1:38.20 1:40.74 3:18.94 +37.76
51 Andreas Pantelidis   Greece 1:39.57 1:39.87 3:19.44 +38.26
52 Enrique de Ridder   Argentina 1:38.49 1:41.33 3:19.82 +38.64
53 Yakup Kadri Birinci   Turkey 1:42.39 1:42.24 3:24.63 +43.45
54 Li Guangquan   China 1:42.16 1:42.83 3:24.99 +43.81
55 Giannis Stamatiou   Greece 1:44.21 1:40.97 3:25.18 +44.00
56 Liu Changcheng   China 1:41.76 1:46.75 3:28.51 +47.33
57 Lamine Guèye   Senegal 1:42.63 1:46.04 3:28.67 +47.49
58 Tony Sukkar   Lebanon 1:43.48 1:45.50 3:28.98 +47.80
59 Wu Deqiang   China 1:41.74 1:48.66 3:30.40 +49.22
60 Ali Fuad Haşıl   Turkey 1:44.76 1:47.08 3:31.84 +50.66
61 Sabahattin Hamamcıoğlu   Turkey 1:44.84 1:48.74 3:33.58 +52.40
62 Sotirios Axiotiades   Lebanon 1:46.67 1:53.95 3:40.62 +59.44
63 Erkan Mermut   Turkey 1:48.58 1:53.35 3:41.93 +60.75
64 Ahmad Ouachit   Morocco 1:45.17 1:56.94 3:42.11 +60.93
65 Eduardo Kopper   Costa Rica 1:49.35 1:57.23 3:46.58 +65.40
66 Nabil Khalil   Lebanon 1:48.38 1:59.31 3:47.69 +66.51
67 Arturo Kinch   Costa Rica 1:57.84 1:53.27 3:51.11 +69.93
68 Ong Ching-ming   Chinese Taipei 1:53.03 1:58.94 3:51.97 +70.79
69 Alekhis Fotiadis   Cyprus 1:52.98 2:01.05 3:54.03 +72.85
70 Lambros Lambrou   Cyprus 1:56.46 1:59.51 3:55.97 +74.79
71 Lin Chi-liang   Chinese Taipei 1:52.78 2:03.86 3:56.64 +75.46
72 Edward Samen   Lebanon 1:52.51 2:05.34 3:57.85 +76.67
73 Ahmed Ait Moulay   Morocco 1:54.54 2:03.41 3:57.95 +76.77
74 Hamid Oujebbad   Morocco 1:58.13 2:08.56 4:06.69 +85.51
75 Giannos Pipis   Cyprus 1:56.18 2:11.55 4:07.73 +86.55
76 José-Manuel Bejarano   Bolivia 2:04.38 2:29.58 4:33.96 +112.78
- Vladimir Andreyev   Soviet Union 1:24.53 DNF - -
- Steven Lee   Australia 1:28.76 DQ - -
- Kim Jin-Hae   South Korea 1:40.34 DQ - -
- Francesco Cardelli   San Marino 1:49.00 DNF - -
- Brahim Ait Sibrahim   Morocco 1:56.32 DNF - -
- Pavlos Fotiadis   Cyprus DNF - - -
- Jamil El-Reedy   Egypt DNF - - -
- Christian Bollini   San Marino DNF - - -
- Nicolas van Ditmar   Argentina DNF - - -
- Jordi Torres   Andorra DNF - - -
- Albert Llovera   Andorra DNF - - -
- Henri Mollin   Belgium DNF - - -
- Hans Kossmann   Chile DNF - - -
- Alberto Ghidoni   Italy DNF - - -
- Borislav Kiryakov   Bulgaria DNF - - -
- Hubert Hilti   Liechtenstein DNF - - -
- Luis Fernández Ochoa   Spain DNF - - -
- Michel Vion   France DNF - - -
- Mario Konzett   Liechtenstein DNF - - -
- Péter Kozma   Hungary DNF - - -
- Anton Steiner   Austria DNF - - -
- Franck Piccard   France DNF - - -
- Tiger Shaw   United States DNF - - -
- Johan Wallner   Sweden DNF - - -
- Jörgen Sundqvist   Sweden DNF - - -
- Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland DNF - - -
- Hans Enn   Austria DNF - - -
- Grega Benedik   Yugoslavia DNF - - -
- Mario Hada   Bolivia DQ - - -
- Carlos Salvadores   Spain DQ - - -
- Park Byung-Ro   South Korea DQ - - -
- Eu Woo-Youn   South Korea DQ - - -

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Sarajevo 1984 Official Report" (PDF). Organising Committee of the XlVth Winter Olympic Games 1984 at Sarajevo. LA84 Foundation. 1984. Retrieved January 3, 2014.
  2. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Games: Men's Giant Slalom". Sports Reference. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  3. ^ "1983 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014.
  4. ^ "1982 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014.