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Alpine Skiing at the 1988 Calgary Winter Games:

Women's Combined

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Host City: Calgary, Canada
Venue(s): , Nakiska
Date Started: February 20, 1988
Date Finished: February 21, 1988
Format: One downhill run and two slalom runs, point tables determined placement.

Gold: AUT Anita Wachter
Silver: SUI Brigitte Oertli
Bronze: SUI Maria Walliser

Summary

The pre-Games favorite was Swiss skier Brigitte Oertli, who was in the middle of winning three straight World Cups in the combined. Better in the technical events, she placed 11th in the downhill, which was led by Carole Merle (FRA). After the event was delayed one day because of fog and snow, Oertli posted the fastest time in the first run of the slalom but still trailed Austrian Anita Wachter, who had been third in the downhill and second in the slalom first run. Oertli again had the fastest run in the second section of the slalom, but Wachter placed second in the run to maintain a narrow lead over Oertli and win the gold medal. Trailing those two in third place was Oertli’s teammate Maria Walliser, who had been second in the combined downhill, but placed only 11th overall in the slalom.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Anita Wachter 21 Austria AUT Gold 29.25
2 Brigitte Oertli 25 Switzerland SUI Silver 29.48
3 Maria Walliser 24 Switzerland SUI Bronze 51.28
4 Karen Percy 21 Canada CAN 54.47
5 Lenka Kebrlová 21 Czechoslovakia TCH 60.87
6 Lucia Medzihradská 19 Czechoslovakia TCH 63.56
7 Michelle McKendry-Ruthven 20 Canada CAN 64.85
8 Kerrin Lee-Gartner 21 Canada CAN 65.26
9 Ulrike Stanggassinger 19 West Germany FRG 71.51
10 Michaela Marzola 21 Italy ITA 85.34
11 Petra Kronberger 18 Austria AUT 88.01
12 Sylvia Eder 22 Austria AUT 92.86
13 Nancy Gee 19 Canada CAN 103.86
14 Karin Dedler 25 West Germany FRG 105.18
15 Beth Madsen 23 United States USA 108.64
16 Jolanda Kindle 22 Liechtenstein LIE 112.72
17 Kristin Krone 19 United States USA 114.81
18 Jacqueline Vogt 18 Liechtenstein LIE 130.22
19 Wendy Lumby 21 Great Britain GBR 138.06
20 Sachiko Yamamoto 17 Japan JPN 139.01
21 Mihaela Fera 17 Romania ROU 141.75
22 Pascaline Freiher 22 France FRA 151.93
23 Hilary Lindh 18 United States USA 164.57
24 Carolina Eiras 18 Argentina ARG 248.10
25 Carolina Birkner 16 Argentina ARG 255.95
26 Mariela Vallecillo 17 Argentina ARG 352.72
AC Carole Merle 24 France FRA DNF
AC Vreni Schneider 23 Switzerland SUI DNF
AC Emi Kawabata 18 Japan JPN DNF
AC Edie Thys 21 United States USA DNF
AC Christa Kinshofer-Güthlein 27 West Germany FRG DNF
AC Clare Booth 23 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Astrid Steverlynck 19 Argentina ARG DNF
AC Ulrike Maier 20 Austria AUT DNF
AC Ľudmila Milanová 20 Czechoslovakia TCH DNF
AC Claudine Emonet 26 France FRA DNF
AC Golnur Postnikova 23 Soviet Union URS DNF
AC Beatrice Gafner 23 Switzerland SUI DNF
AC Michaela Gerg-Leitner 22 West Germany FRG DNF