Giant slalom M - Alpine Skiing at the 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo - Results

Men's Giant slalom - Alpine Skiing
Sapporo 1972 Olympics

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Men's Giant slalom 1972
Gustavo Thöni ITA 3.09,62
Edmund Bruggmann SUI 3.10,75
Werner Mattle SUI 3.10,99
4. Alfred Hagn FRG 3.11,16
5. Jean-Noel Augert FRA 3.11,84
6. Max Rieger FRG 3.11,96
7. David Zwilling AUT 3.12,32
8. Reinhard Tritscher AUT 3.12,39
9. Alain Penz FRA 3.12,42
- Andrzej Bachleda Sr. POL 3.12,42
11. James Hunter CAN 3.12,98
12. Josef Loidl AUT 3.14,65
13. Eberhard Schmalzl ITA 3.14,72
14. Walter Tresch SUI 3.14,75
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Men's Giant slalom - Alpine Skiing - Sapporo 1972 Winter Olympics

Event Format: Each skier ran two races down the Giant slalom course. Giant slalom is a discipline in alpine skiing with elements from both the Super-G discipline and the Slalom discipline. The Gold Medal winner was the athlete with the best total time for the two runs.

Event facts: Men's Giant slalom competition was held at the Mt. Eniwa and 73 athletes participated in the event.

These results for Men's Giant slalom - Sapporo 1972 Winter Olympics - are based on the official olympic reports and the Olympian Database
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