Full name: Ernst Good
Height: 5-8.5 (175 cm)
Weight: 159 lbs (72 kg)
Born: January 14, 1950 in Tannenheim, Balm bei Günsberg, Solothurn, Switzerland
Affiliations: Skiclub Flumserberg, Flums (SUI)
Sport: Alpine Skiing
Related Olympians: Brother of Rita Good.
Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)
Ernst Good’s alpine skiing career was brief, but punctuated with success. He followed his top-10 World Cup début of a ninth-place finish in the giant slalom by quickly moving up to fifth in a subsequent event, and then earned a trip to the 1976 Winter Olympics by coming in second less than two weeks later. At the Games, poor runs by favorites [Ingemar Stenmark] of Sweden and [Gustavo Thoeni] of Italy allowed Good and his compatriot [Heini Hemmi] to nab the silver and gold medals respectively. Good and Hemmi also competed in the slalom, but neither completed the event. Good had two more third-place finishes in the giant slalom at the World Cup prior to retiring from active competition in 1977. His best seasonal World Cup finish was fifth in the 1975/76 giant slalom. His sister [Rita] competed in alpine skiing at the 1972 Winter Olympics.
|1976 Winter||26||Innsbruck||Alpine Skiing||Men's Giant Slalom||Switzerland||SUI||2||Silver|
|1976 Winter||26||Innsbruck||Alpine Skiing||Men's Slalom||Switzerland||SUI||AC||DNF|
|1976 Winter||26||Innsbruck||Alpine Skiing||Switzerland||Final Standings||2||3:27.17|
|1976 Winter||26||Innsbruck||Alpine Skiing||Switzerland||Run 1||2||1:44.60|
|1976 Winter||26||Innsbruck||Alpine Skiing||Switzerland||Run 2||3||1:42.57|
|1976 Winter||26||Innsbruck||Alpine Skiing||Switzerland||Final Standings||AC||DNF|
|1976 Winter||26||Innsbruck||Alpine Skiing||Switzerland||Run 1||AC||DNF|