Women's Slalom - Alpine Skiing
|Women's Slalom 1960|
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|Women's Slalom - Alpine Skiing - Squaw Valley 1960 Winter Olympics
Each skier ran two races down the slalom course. In the slalom event the skiers had to pass a number of gates marked with poles. In slalom the gates were placed much closer than in the giant slalom event and the skiers had to make quicker and shorter turns. The Gold Medal winner was the athlete with the best total time for the two races. Event facts: Women's Slalom competition was held at the Squaw Peak and 43 athletes participated in the event.
Event facts: Women's Slalom competition was held at the Squaw Peak and 43 athletes participated in the event.
|These results for Women's Slalom - Squaw Valley 1960 Winter Olympics - are based on the official olympic reports and the Olympian Database|