Alpine skiing at the 1988 Winter Olympics – Men's combined

The Men's combined competition of the Calgary 1988 Olympics was held at Nakiska.[1][2]

Men's combined
at the XV Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
VenueNakiska
DateFebruary 27
Competitors56 from 20 nations
Winning points36.55
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Hubert Strolz  Austria
2nd, silver medalist(s) Bernhard Gstrein  Austria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Paul Accola  Switzerland
← 1948
1992 →

The defending world champion was Marc Girardelli of Luxembourg, while Switzerland's Pirmin Zurbriggen was the defending World Cup combined champion, and Austria's Hubert Strolz led the 1988 World Cup.[3][4]

ResultsEdit

[1]

Rank Name Country Downhill Slalom Total
Time Points Run 1 Run 2 Total Points
  Hubert Strolz   Austria 1:48.51 17.77 44.56 42.75 1:27.31 18.78 36.55
  Bernhard Gstrein   Austria 1:50.20 36.43 43.17 42.65 1:25.82 7.02 43.45
  Paul Accola   Switzerland 1:51.27 48.24 42.58 42.35 1:24.93 0.00 48.24
4 Luc Alphand   France 1:49.60 29.80 45.27 43.20 1:28.47 27.93 57.73
5 Peter Jurko   Czechoslovakia 1:50.29 37.42 44.32 43.29 1:27.61 21.14 58.56
6 Jean-Luc Crétier   France 1:50.04 34.66 44.62 43.90 1:28.52 28.32 62.98
7 Markus Wasmeier   West Germany 1:49.32 26.71 45.32 44.52 1:29.84 38.73 65.44
8 Adrian Bireš   Czechoslovakia 1:50.24 36.86 45.94 43.00 1:28.94 31.63 68.49
9 Finn Christian Jagge   Norway 1:54.66 85.65 43.35 42.79 1:26.14 9.55 95.20
10 Niklas Henning   Sweden 1:51.16 47.02 46.11 45.06 1:31.17 49.23 96.25
11 Armin Bittner   West Germany 1:55.42 94.04 42.82 42.82 1:25.64 5.60 99.64
12 Christophe Plé   France 1:49.06 23.84 47.68 47.30 1:34.98 79.28 103.12
13 Thomas Stangassinger   Austria 1:54.70 86.09 44.76 42.93 1:27.69 21.77 107.86
14 Gregor Hoop   Liechtenstein 1:53.21 69.65 45.95 44.68 1:30.63 44.97 114.62
15 Bernhard Fahner   Switzerland 1:51.78 53.86 47.56 45.81 1:33.37 66.58 120.44
16 Paul Frommelt   Liechtenstein 1:56.82 109.49 43.33 43.20 1:26.53 12.62 122.11
17 Peter Dürr   West Germany 1:48.30 15.45 49.84 48.84 1:38.68 108.47 123.92
18 Oswald Tötsch   Italy 1:57.83 120.64 44.32 42.32 1:26.64 13.49 134.13
19 Don Stevens   Canada 1:50.97 44.92 48.82 47.63 1:36.45 90.88 135.80
20 Robert Büchel   Liechtenstein 1:53.96 77.92 46.96 45.42 1:32.38 58.77 136.69
21 Katsuhito Kumagai   Japan 1:52.10 57.39 48.85 47.14 1:35.99 87.25 144.64
22 Hannes Zehentner   West Germany 1:49.16 24.94 59.52 47.33 1:46.85 172.92 197.86
23 Juan Pablo Santiagos   Chile 1:58.52 128.25 49.18 47.91 1:37.09 95.93 224.18
24 Jorge Birkner   Argentina 1:59.37 137.64 49.74 48.67 1:38.41 106.34 243.98
25 Giannis Stamatiou   Greece 2:07.51 227.48 50.45 49.68 1:40.13 119.91 347.39
26 Martin Bell   Great Britain 1:49.54 29.14 84.34 50.49 2:14.83 393.65 422.79
- Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 1:46.90 0.00 44.32 DNF - - -
- Franck Piccard   France 1:47.38 5.30 DNF - - - -
- Felix Belczyk   Canada 1:48.24 14.79 DQ - - - -
- Lars-Börje Eriksson   Sweden 1:49.52 28.92 DNF - - - -
- Günther Mader   Austria 1:49.56 29.36 DNF - - - -
- Danilo Sbardellotto   Italy 1:49.57 29.47 DNF - - - -
- Graham Bell   Great Britain 1:50.25 36.98 DQ - - - -
- Atle Skårdal   Norway 1:50.27 37.20 DNF - - - -
- A J Kitt   United States 1:50.42 38.85 56.95 DNF - - -
- Igor Cigolla   Italy 1:50.86 43.71 DNF - - - -
- Martin Hangl   Switzerland 1:51.48 50.55 DNF - - - -
- Jan Einar Thorsen   Norway 1:51.89 55.08 DNF - - - -
- Felix McGrath   United States 1:53.35 71.19 DNF - - - -
- Boris Duncan   Great Britain 1:53.40 71.74 DNS - - - -
- Sergey Petrik   Soviet Union 1:55.82 98.45 DQ - - - -
- Dieter Linneberg   Chile 1:55.97 100.11 DNF - - - -
- Konstantin Chistyakov   Soviet Union 1:55.99 100.33 DNF - - - -
- Niklas Lindqvist   Sweden 1:56.63 107.39 46.02 DNF - - -
- Hubertus von Fürstenberg-von Hohenlohe   Mexico 1:57.42 116.11 DQ - - - -
- Paulo Oppliger   Chile 1:57.65 118.65 51.54 DQ - - -
- Javier Rivara   Argentina 1:58.28 125.61 DNF - - - -
- Silvio Wille   Liechtenstein 2:21.71 384.21 DQ - - - -
Simon Lyle Wi Rutene   New Zealand DNF - - - - - -
Nils Linneberg   Chile DNF - - - - - -
Mike Carney   Canada DNF - - - - - -
Bill Hudson   United States DNF - - - - - -
Jeff Olson   United States DNF - - - - - -
Rob Boyd   Canada DNF - - - - - -
Peter Forras   Australia DQ - - - - - -
Steven Lee   Australia DQ - - - - - -

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Calgary 1988 Official Report" (PDF). XV Olympic Winter Games Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. 1988. Retrieved January 3, 2014.
  2. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 1988 Calgary Winter Games: Men's Combined". Sports Reference. Retrieved 24 March 2018.
  3. ^ "1987 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014.
  4. ^ "1987 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014.

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