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Gudiberg
GUDIBERG is a mountain of Bavaria
Bavaria
, in Garmisch-Partenkirchen , Germany
Germany
. It hosted the slalom part of the alpine skiing combined event for the 1936 Winter Olympics in neighboring Garmisch-Partenkirchen . The slalom piste at Gudiberg
Gudiberg
was improved in preparation for the World Championships in 2011 , and has hosted World Cup slalom events. The adjacent ski jumping hill Große Olympiaschanze is a regular stop on the World Cup tour, part of the Four Hills Tournament . REFERENCES * ^ "Venues:Gudiberg". Garmisch-Partenkirchen 2011 - World Championships. Retrieved February 15, 2013. * 1936 Winter Olympics official report. pp. 289-303
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Alpine Skiing At The 1956 Winter Olympics
Tofana and Faloria (men's GS) Cortina d\'Ampezzo , Italy
Italy
DATES 27 January – 3 February 1956 COMPETITORS 183 from 29 nations ← 1952 1960 → Alpine skiing at the 1956 Winter Olympics DOWNHILL men women GIANT SLALOM men women SLALOM men women * v * t * e At the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d\'Ampezzo , Italy
Italy
, the six alpine skiing events were held from Friday, 27 January to Friday, 3 February. Toni Sailer
Toni Sailer
of Austria
Austria
won all three men's events to become the first alpine ski racer to win three gold medals in a single Olympics. The feat has been repeated once, by Jean-Claude Killy in 1968 . The races were held at the adjacent Tofana , except for the men\'s giant slalom , which was held at Monte Faloria . The men\'s downhill was the final event
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Alpine Skiing At The 1988 Winter Olympics
ALPINE SKIING AT THE 1988 WINTER OLYMPICS consisted of ten alpine skiing events, held February 15–27 at Nakiska on Mount Allan, a new ski area west of Calgary
Calgary
. These Olympics featured the first change in the alpine skiing program in more than 30 years. The Super-G was added and the combined event returned; it was last contested at the Winter Olympics in 1948 , prior to the addition of the giant slalom . CONTENTS* 1 Medal summary * 1.1 Medal table * 1.2 Men\'s events * 1.3 Women\'s events * 2 Course information * 3 Participating nations * 4 See also * 5 References * 6 External links MEDAL SUMMARYNine nations won medals in alpine skiing, as Switzerland
Switzerland
led the medal table with eleven (three gold, four silver, and four bronze), followed by Austria with six
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Alpine Skiing At The 1964 Winter Olympics
ALPINE SKIING AT THE 1964 WINTER OLYMPICS consisted of six events, held near Innsbruck
Innsbruck
, Austria
Austria
, from January 30 to February 8, 1964. The men's downhill was held on Patscherkofel (above Igls ), the other five events at Axamer Lizum . This was the first Olympics in which the finishing times were recorded in hundredths of a second, rather than tenths. It was the third and final Winter Olympics in which East and West Germany competed as the Unified Team of Germany . Mild weather led to a lack of snow, which was trucked in and packed down by the Austrian army. During a training run for the men's downhill at Patscherkofel on January 25, Ross Milne of Australia
Australia
lost control and left the course; he hit a tree and later died of a head injury
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Alpine Skiing At The 1992 Winter Olympics
ALPINE SKIING AT THE 1992 WINTER OLYMPICS at Albertville , France
France
, consisted of ten alpine skiing events, held 9–22 February. The men's races were held at Val d’Isère , except for the slalom, which was at Les Menuires . All five women's events were conducted at Méribel . CONTENTS* 1 Medal summary * 1.1 Medal table * 1.2 Men\'s events * 1.3 Women\'s events * 2 Course information * 3 Participating nations * 4 References * 5 External links MEDAL SUMMARYTwelve nations won medals in Alpine skiing, with Austria leading the medal table with eight (3 gold, 2 silver, and 3 bronze). Petra Kronberger of Austria led the individual medal table with two gold medals, while Alberto Tomba of Italy
Italy
was the most successful male skier with two medals, one gold and one silver
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Alpine Skiing At The 1960 Winter Olympics
ALPINE SKIING AT THE 1960 WINTER OLYMPICS consisted of six events, held in the United States
United States
at Squaw Valley , California
California
, from February 20–26, 1960. Competitions took place at Squaw Peak (Men's downhill), KT-22 (Women's downhill, Men's slalom and giant slalom) and (Little) Papoose Peak (sub-peak of KT-22) (Women's slalom and giant slalom). These were the last Olympics with times recorded in tenths of a second; times in 1964 were recorded in hundredths. CONTENTS* 1 Medal summary * 1.1 Medal table * 1.2 Men\'s events * 1.3 Women\'s events * 2 Course information * 3 Participating nations * 4 World championships * 4.1 Combined * 5 References * 6 External links MEDAL SUMMARYSeven nations won medals in alpine skiing, with Switzerland leading the medal table, winning two golds
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List Of Olympic Venues In Alpine Skiing
ALPINE refers to the Alps
Alps
, a European mountain range, or to the Alpine states associated with the mountain range
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Alpine Skiing At The 1976 Winter Olympics
Patscherkofel (men's downhill) and Axamer Lizum , Tyrol , Austria
Austria
DATES 5–13 February 1976 COMPETITORS 181 from 33 nations ← 1972 1980 → Alpine skiing at the 1976 Winter Olympics DOWNHILL men women GIANT SLALOM men women SLALOM men women * v * t * e Innsbruck
Innsbruck
Location in Austria
Austria
Innsbruck
Innsbruck
Location in the Alps
Alps
of Europe
Europe
ALPINE SKIING AT THE 1976 WINTER OLYMPICS consisted of six alpine skiing events. Similar to the 1964 games, the men's downhill was held on Patscherkofel (above Igls), the other five events at Axamer Lizum . The events began on 5 February and ended on 13 February 1976
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Alpine Skiing At The 1952 Winter Olympics
At the 1952 Winter Olympics in Oslo
Oslo
, Norway
Norway
, the six alpine skiing events were held from Thursday, 14 February to Wednesday, 20 February. The downhill and giant slalom events were held at Norefjell in Krødsherad
Krødsherad
, Buskerud , and the slalom events at Rødkleiva
Rødkleiva
in Oslo. The giant slalom made its Olympic debut, and the combined event was dropped as an Olympic medal event for four decades, until 1988 . It returned as a medal event at the World Championships two years later in 1954 , and for the concurrent World Championships in Olympic years from 1956 through 1980 . For fourteen World Championships (1954–1980), the combined was a "paper race," using the results from the three events (and required the completion of each)
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Alpine Skiing At The 1984 Winter Olympics
ALPINE SKIING AT THE 1984 WINTER OLYMPICS consisted of six alpine skiing events, held 13–19 February in Sarajevo
Sarajevo
, Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia
. The men's races were at Bjelašnica and the women's at Jahorina . Due to weather delays (a blizzard), both downhill races were postponed several days and run after the giant slalom races. This was the first Winter Olympics since 1936 which did not also serve as the world championships for alpine skiing. It was the last Olympic program with just six events for alpine skiing; ten events were held in 1988 with the return of the combined event and the addition of Super G . Banned from competition at these Olympics by the International Ski Federation (FIS) were top World Cup racers Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden and Hanni Wenzel of Liechtenstein , both double gold medalists at the 1980 Winter Olympics and leading the World Cup in 1984
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Alpine Skiing At The 1948 Winter Olympics
At the 1948 WINTER OLYMPICS in St. Moritz , Switzerland
Switzerland
, the six alpine skiing events were held on Piz Nair from Monday, 2 February to Thursday, 5 February 1948. After these games, the giant slalom was added and the combined event was dropped as an Olympic medal event for four decades, until 1988 . From 1956 through 1980 , the combined continued as an FIS medal event for the concurrent World Championships , using the results from three events, conducted as a "paper race." Henri Oreiller of France
France
earned a medal in all three events, with two golds and a bronze. Trude Beiser of Austria
Austria
and Gretchen Fraser of the United States both won two medals, a gold and a silver each. The first Olympics after World War II
World War II
did not invite Germany
Germany
or Japan
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Garmisch-Partenkirchen
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN (German pronunciation: ) is a ski town in Bavaria
Bavaria
, southern Germany
Germany
. It is the seat of government of the district of Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Garmisch-Partenkirchen
(abbreviated GAP), in the Oberbayern region, which borders Austria
Austria
. Nearby is Germany's highest mountain, Zugspitze
Zugspitze
, at 2,962 m (9,718 ft.). The town was the site of the 1936 Winter Olympic Games . CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Climate * 3 Transport * 4 Sports * 5 Event highlights * 6 Public institutions * 7 Notable people * 7.1 Notable people in sports * 8 Points of interest * 9 References * 10 External links HISTORYGarmisch (in the west) and Partenkirchen (in the east) were separate towns for many centuries, and still maintain quite separate identities
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Four Hills Tournament
The FOUR HILLS TOURNAMENT (German: Vierschanzentournee) or the GERMAN-AUSTRIAN SKI JUMPING WEEK (German: Deutsch-Österreichische Skisprung-Woche) is a ski jumping event composed of four World Cup events and has taken place in Germany
Germany
and Austria
Austria
each year since 1952. With a few exceptions the ski jumping events are held chronologically at Oberstdorf , Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Garmisch-Partenkirchen
, Innsbruck
Innsbruck
and Bischofshofen . The Four Hills Tournament
Four Hills Tournament
champion is the one who gets the most points over the four events. Unlike the World Cup ranking, however, the actual points scored during the competitions are the ones that are used to determine the winner
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Alpine Skiing At The 1968 Winter Olympics
ALPINE SKIING AT THE 1968 WINTER OLYMPICS consisted of six events, held 9–17 February at Chamrousse
Chamrousse
, southeast of Grenoble
Grenoble
, France
France
. Jean-Claude Killy of France
France
won all three men's events, repeating Toni Sailer 's triple-gold of 1956 . Since Killy's feat, no alpine ski racer has won three gold medals in a single Olympics. This was the first Olympics with a two-run men's giant slalom , with one run per day. The women's giant slalom was one run until 1980 . For the only time, the results from Olympic races were included in the World Cup standings, then in its second season. Following the 1970 season, Olympic and World Championship results were not included in the World Cup points standings
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FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2011 – Women's Slalom
Complete results for Women's Slalom competition at the 2011 World Championships , run on Saturday, February 19. The tenth race of the championships, its first run at 10:00 local time (CET) and the second run 13:30. A total of 111 athletes from 46 countries competed
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Germany
Coordinates : 51°N 9°E / 51°N 9°E / 51; 9 Federal Republic
Republic
of Germany Bundesrepublik Deutschland (German ) Flag Coat of arms MOTTO: "Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit " (de facto) "Unity and Justice and Freedom" ANTHEM: " Deutschlandlied
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