Gudiberg is a mountain of Bavaria, in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. It lies south of the centre of Partenkirchen and east of the Partnach river.

Gudiberg
Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Grosse Olympiaschanze.jpg
Große Olympiaschanze & Slalom slope
Highest point
Elevation910 m (2,990 ft)
Geography
LocationGarmisch-Partenkirchen,
Bavaria, Germany
Gudiberg - Slalom
2011 World Championships (Women's SL)
Vertical210 m (689 ft)
Top elevation960 m (3,150 ft)  
Base elevation750 m (2,461 ft)

Alpine skiingEdit

It hosted the slalom part of the alpine skiing combined event for the 1936 Winter Olympics in neighboring Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

The slalom slope at Gudiberg was improved in preparation for the World Championships in 2011, and has hosted World Cup slalom events.[1]

OlympicsEdit

Year Winner Second Third
Men
1936   Franz Pfnür   Gustav Lantschner   Émile Allais KB
Women
1936   Christl Cranz   Käthe Grasegger   Laila Schou Nilsen KB

World ChampionshipsEdit

Year Winner Second Third
Men
2011   Jean-Baptiste Grange   Jens Byggmark   Manfred Mölgg SL
  Aksel Lund Svindal   Christof Innerhofer   Peter Fill KB
Women
2011   Marlies Schild   Kathrin Zettel   Maria Pietilä Holmner SL
  Anna Fenninger   Tina Maze   Anja Pärson KB

World CupEdit

Year Winner Second Third
Men
2010   Felix Neureuther   Manfred Pranger   André Myhrer SL
2009   Manfred Mölgg   Giorgio Rocca   Reinfried Herbst SL
2008   Reinfried Herbst   Manfred Mölgg   Ivica Kostelić SL
2007   Mario Matt   Felix Neureuther   Benjamin Raich SL
1995   Alberto Tomba   Marc Girardelli   Yves Dimier SL
1994   Alberto Tomba   Thomas Fogdö   Jure Košir SL
1993   Alberto Tomba   Kjetil André Aamodt
  Thomas Stangassinger
SL
1992   Patrice Bianchi   Hubert Strolz   Alberto Tomba SL
  Paul Accola   Ole Kristian Furuseth   Hubert Strolz KB
1982   Steve Mahre   Phil Mahre   Paolo De Chiesa SL
  Steve Mahre   Michel Vion   Peter Lüscher KB
1981   Steve Mahre   Petar Popangelov   Paul Frommelt SL
1979   Peter Lüscher   Phil Mahre   Petar Popangelov SL
  Peter Lüscher   Phil Mahre   Andreas Wenzel KB
1976   Fausto Radici   Piero Gros   Ingemar Stenmark SL
  Walter Tresch   Piero Gros   Gustav Thöni KB
1975   Piero Gros   Gustav Thöni   Fausto Radici SL
1974   Christian Neureuther   Gustav Thöni   Hansjorg Schlager SL
Women
2010   Marlies Schild   Kathrin Zettel   Maria Riesch SL
2009   Lindsey Vonn   Maria Riesch   Maruša Ferk SL
2001   Janica Kostelić   Christel Pascal   Karin Köllerer SL
1996   Urška Hrovat   Elfi Eder   Roberta Serra SL
1995   Martina Ertl-Renz   Deborah Compagnoni   Gabriela Zingre SL
1975   Lise-Marie Morerod   Christa Zechmeister   Torill Fjeldstad SL

Ski jumpingEdit

The adjacent ski jumping hill Große Olympiaschanze is a regular stop on the World Cup tour, part of the Four Hills Tournament since 1953.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Venues:Gudiberg". Garmisch-Partenkirchen 2011 - World Championships. Retrieved February 15, 2013.

Coordinates: 47°28′34″N 11°07′08″E / 47.476°N 11.119°E / 47.476; 11.119