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Alpine Skiing at the 1988 Calgary Winter Games:

Men's Combined

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Host City: Calgary, Canada
Venue(s): , Nakiska
Date Started: February 16, 1988
Date Finished: February 17, 1988
Format: One downhill run and two slalom runs, point tables determined placement.

Gold: AUT Hubert Strolz
Silver: AUT Bernhard Gstrein
Bronze: SUI Paul Accola

Summary

The Alpine combined, using point scores for a downhill and slalom race, returned to the Olympic Program for the first time since the 1948 Winter Olympics. The favorite was Pirmin Zurbriggen, who had already won a gold in the downhill, silver in the giant slalom, and was leading the 1987-88 World Cup combined event. He led the field in the downhill, and after the first run of the slalom, was far out in front. But as he neared the end of the second run, he hooked a tip on a gate and fell, not able to finish. The left it open for Hubert Strolz (AUT) to win the gold medal, which he did with his consistency – he was fifth in the downhill section, ninth on the first slalom run, and fourth on the second slalom run.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Hubert Strolz 25 Austria AUT Gold 36.55
2 Bernhard Gstrein 22 Austria AUT Silver 43.45
3 Paul Accola 20 Switzerland SUI Bronze 48.24
4 Luc Alphand 22 France FRA 57.73
5 Peter Jurko 20 Czechoslovakia TCH 58.56
6 Jean-Luc Crétier 21 France FRA 62.98
7 Markus Wasmeier 24 West Germany FRG 65.44
8 Adrián Bíreš 18 Czechoslovakia TCH 68.50
9 Finn Christian Jagge 21 Norway NOR 95.21
10 Niklas Henning 23 Sweden SWE 96.25
11 Armin Bittner 23 West Germany FRG 99.65
12 Christophe Plé 21 France FRA 103.12
13 Thomas Stangassinger 22 Austria AUT 107.87
14 Gregor Hoop 23 Liechtenstein LIE 114.62
15 Bernhard Fahner 24 Switzerland SUI 120.45
16 Paul Frommelt 30 Liechtenstein LIE 122.12
17 Peter Dürr 28 West Germany FRG 123.92
18 Oswald Tötsch 24 Italy ITA 134.14
19 Don Stevens 24 Canada CAN 135.81
20 Robert Büchel 19 Liechtenstein LIE 136.70
21 Katsuhito Kumagai 23 Japan JPN 144.65
22 Hannes Zehentner 22 West Germany FRG 197.87
23 Juan Pablo Santiagos 19 Chile CHI 224.20
24 Jorge Birkner 23 Argentina ARG 243.99
25 Giannis Stamatiou 25 Greece GRE 347.41
26 Martin Bell 23 Great Britain GBR 422.79
AC Pirmin Zurbriggen 25 Switzerland SUI DNF
AC Niklas Lindqvist 23 Sweden SWE DNF
AC A J Kitt 19 United States USA DNF
AC Paulo Oppliger 16 Chile CHI DNF
AC Franck Piccard 23 France FRA DNF
AC Felix Belczyk 26 Canada CAN DNF
AC Lars-Börje Eriksson 21 Sweden SWE DNF
AC Günther Mader 23 Austria AUT DNF
AC Graham Bell 22 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Martin Hangl 25 Switzerland SUI DNF
AC Felix McGrath 24 United States USA DNF
AC Sergey Petrik 20 Soviet Union URS DNF
AC Konstantin Chistyakov 17 Soviet Union URS DNF
AC Hubertus von Fürstenberg-von Hohenlohe 29 Mexico MEX DNF
AC Javier Rivara 17 Argentina ARG DNF
AC Silvio Wille 21 Liechtenstein LIE DNF
AC Simon Lyle Wi Rutene 21 New Zealand NZL DNF
AC Nils Linneberg 20 Chile CHI DNF
AC Mike Carney 21 Canada CAN DNF
AC Bill Hudson 21 United States USA DNF
AC Jeff Olson 22 United States USA DNF
AC Rob Boyd 21 Canada CAN DNF
AC Peter Forras 24 Australia AUS DNF
AC Steven Lee 25 Australia AUS DNF
AC Danilo Sbardellotto 27 Italy ITA DNF
AC Atle Skårdal 21 Norway NOR DNF
AC Igor Cigolla 24 Italy ITA DNF
AC Jan Einar Thorsen 21 Norway NOR DNF
AC Boris Duncan 25 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Dieter Linneberg 22 Chile CHI DNF