FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1985

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

FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1985
Host citySestriere
CountryItaly
Events10
Opening ceremony31 January 1985 (1985-01-31)
Closing ceremony10 February 1985 (1985-02-10)
Officially opened bySandro Pertini
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Bormio is located in Alps
Bormio
Bormio
Location in the Alps of Europe

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 competitionsEdit

DownhillEdit

Date: February 3

Place Nation Athlete Time
1   Pirmin Zurbriggen 2:06.68
2   Peter Müller 2:06.79
3   Doug Lewis 2:06.82
4   Franz Heinzer 2:07.45
5   Franz Klammer 2:07.64
6   Peter Wirnsberger 2:07.70
7   Helmut Höflehner 2:08.01
8   Conradin Cathomen 2:08.03
9   Todd Brooker 2:08.05
10   Steven Lee 2:08.29
11   Philippe Verneret 2:08.54
12   Michael Mair 2:08.56
13   Raimund Ostendorf 2:08.73
14   Bill Johnson 2:09.01
15   Franck Piccard 2:09.19
18   Michael Brown 2:09.65
29   Alan Lauba 2:12.14

Source:[2][3]

Giant SlalomEdit

Date: February 7

Place Nation Athlete Time
1   Markus Wasmeier 2:28.90
2   Pirmin Zurbriggen 2:28.95
3   Marc Girardelli 2:29.22
4   Egon Hirt 2:30.35
5   Hans Enn 2:30.36
6   Robert Erlacher 2:30.53
7   Rok Petrovič 2:31.03
8   Bojan Križaj 2:31.26
9   Oswald Tötsch 2:31.40
10   Max Julen 2:31.71
11   Jure Franko 2:31.78
12   Christian Gaidet 2:31.84
13   Richard Pramotton 2:31.91
14   Martin Hangl 2:32.11
15   Thomas Bürgler 2:32.70
18   Tiger Shaw 2:35.

Source:[4]

SlalomEdit

Date: February 10

Place Nation Athlete Time
1   Jonas Nilsson 1:38.82
2   Marc Girardelli 1:38.88
3   Robert Zoller 1:39.35
4   Ingemar Stenmark 1:39.74
5   Bojan Križaj 1:40.07
6   Paolo De Chiesa 1:40.27
7   Daniel Mougel 1:40.63
8   Florian Beck 1:41.63
9   Ivano Edalini 1:42.33
10   Alex Giorgi 1:42.84
11   Martin Hangl 1:43.19
12   Torjus Berge 1:43.40
13   Gunnar Neuriesser 1:43.72
14   Hiroaki Ohtaka 1:45.39
15   Finn Christian Jagge 1:47.03

Source:[5]

CombinationEdit

Date: February 5

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


Women's competitionsEdit

DownhillEdit

Date: February 3

Placing Country Athlete Time
1   Michela Figini 1:26.96
2   Ariane Ehrat 1:28.57
  Katharina Gutensohn 1:28.57
4   Sigrid Wolf 1:28.58
5   Regine Mösenlechner 1:28.64
6   Maria Walliser 1:28.76
7   Laurie Graham 1:29.10
8   Brigitte Oertli 1:29.16
9   Traudl Hächer 1:29.23
10   Sylvia Eder 1:29.30
11   Marina Kiehl 1:29.32
12   Elisabeth Kirchler 1:29.37
13   Karen Percy 1:29.42
14   Marie-Cécile Gros-Gaudenier 1:29.50
15   Karen Stemmle 1:29.64
20   Holly Flanders 1:30.58
23   Debbie Armstrong 1:30.87
25   Cindy Nelson 1:31.95
27   Cindy Oak 1:32.31

Source:[2][3]

Giant SlalomEdit

Date: February 6

Placing Country Athlete Time
1   Diann Roffe 2:18.53
2   Elisabeth Kirchler 2:19.13
3   Eva Twardokens 2:19.21
4   Debbie Armstrong 2:19.26
5   Marina Kiehl 2:19.60
6   Traudl Hächer 2:20.14
7   Maria Epple 2:20.34
8   Maria Walliser 2:20.51
9   Blanca Fernández Ochoa 2:20.59
10   Liisa Savijarvi 2:20.67
11   Erika Hess 2:20.79
12   Vreni Schneider 2:20.82
13   Mateja Svet 2:20.97
14   Michaela Gerg 2:21.06
15   Michela Figini 2:21.59

Source:[6]

SlalomEdit

Date: February 9

Placing Country Athlete Time
1   Perrine Pelen 1:29.58
2   Christelle Guignard 1:29.93
3   Paoletta Magoni 1:29.98
4   Anni Kronbichler 1:30.18
5   Brigitte Oertli 1:30.21
6   Dorota Tlałka 1:30.43
7   Małgorzata Tlałka 1:30.54
8   Corinne Schmidhauser 1:30.72
9   Brigitte Gadient 1:30.79
10   Eva Twardokens 1:31.35

Source:[7]

CombinationEdit

Date: February 4

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

Medals tableEdit

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

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ de:Alpine Skiweltmeisterschaft 1985
  2. ^ a b "Swiss dominate world skiing". Lewiston Daily Sun. (Maine). Associated Press. February 4, 1985. p. 18.
  3. ^ a b "World Ski Championships: Downhill". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). February 4, 1985. p. 4B.
  4. ^ "World Alpine Championships: Men's Giant Slalom". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). February 8, 1985. p. 6D.
  5. ^ "World Alpine Championships: Men's Slalom". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). February 11, 1985. p. 4B.
  6. ^ "World Alpine Championships: Women's Giant Slalom". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). February 7, 1985. p. 6B.
  7. ^ "World Alpine Championships: Women's Slalom". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). February 10, 1985. p. 8B.

External linksEdit

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