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Alpine Skiing at the 1992 Albertville Winter Games:

Women's Combined

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Host City: Albertville, France
Venue(s): , Méribel
Date Started: February 12, 1992
Date Finished: February 13, 1992
Format: One downhill run and two slalom runs, point tables determined placement.

Gold: AUT Petra Kronberger
Silver: AUT Anita Wachter
Bronze: FRA Florence Masnada


Austrians [Petra Kronberger] and Sabine Ginther were expected to battle it out for this title. Ginther was leading the 1991-92 World Cup and had shared the combined World Cup title in 1991 with France’s [Florence Masnada]. But in training the day before the event started, Ginther fell, breaking a bone in her back and was unable to compete. This left it open for Kronberger who posted the fastest time in the downhill. As she was the 1991 World Cup slalom champion, and would win the gold medal in the slalom later in the week, this effectively ended the gold medal race. Kronberger also had the best time in the second slalom run and skied to an overwhelming victory in the event. Her teammate, [Anita Wachter], won silver with Masnada taking bronze. Kronberger was one of the most well-rounded women skiers ever. She won only one discipline World Cup title, that the slalom in 1991 but she was a three-time overall World Cup Champion – 1990, 1991, 1992, and is one of only four women to have won World Cup races in all five events. Her versatility is shown by her gold medal win in the 1992 Olympic slalom and a downhill gold medal at the 1991 World Championships.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Petra Kronberger 22 Austria AUT Gold 2.55
2 Anita Wachter 24 Austria AUT Silver 19.39
3 Florence Masnada 23 France FRA Bronze 21.38
4 Chantal Bournissen 24 Switzerland SUI 24.98
5 Anne Berge 26 Norway NOR 35.28
6 Michelle McKendry-Ruthven 24 Canada CAN 39.02
7 Nataša Bokal 24 Slovenia SLO 42.60
8 Lucia Medzihradská 23 Czechoslovakia TCH 47.43
9 Miriam Vogt 24 Germany GER 48.52
10 Régine Cavagnoud 21 France FRA 51.13
11 Krista Schmidinger 21 United States USA 51.56
12 Svetlana Gladysheva 20 Unified Team EUN 61.25
13 Emi Kawabata 21 Japan JPN 66.10
14 Heidi Zeller-Bähler 24 Switzerland SUI 69.07
15 Ľudmila Milanová 24 Czechoslovakia TCH 76.28
16 Morena Gallizio 18 Italy ITA 93.21
17 Emma Carrick-Anderson 16 Great Britain GBR 107.61
18 Tetiana Lebedeva 18 Unified Team EUN 111.34
19 Svetlana Novikova 17 Unified Team EUN 122.48
20 Birgit Heeb-Batliner 19 Liechtenstein LIE 164.25
21 Carolina Eiras 22 Argentina ARG 184.96
22 Astrid Lødemel 20 Norway NOR 210.94
AC Katja Seizinger 19 Germany GER DNF
AC Ulrike Maier 24 Austria AUT DNF
AC Béatrice Filliol 22 France FRA DNF
AC Sachiko Yamamoto 21 Japan JPN DNF
AC Mihaela Fera 21 Romania ROU DNF
AC Astrid Steverlynck 23 Argentina ARG DNF
AC Valerie Scott 24 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Zali Steggall 17 Australia AUS DNF
AC Claire de Pourtales 22 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Marina Vidović 18 Yugoslavia YUG DNF
AC Kristin Krone 23 United States USA DNF
AC Varvara Zelenskaya 19 Unified Team EUN DNF
AC Arijana Boras 15 Yugoslavia YUG DNF
AC Merete Fjeldavlie 23 Norway NOR DQ
AC Kerrin Lee-Gartner 25 Canada CAN DQ
AC Michaela Gerg-Leitner 26 Germany GER DQ
AC Regina Häusl 18 Germany GER DQ
AC Heidi Zurbriggen 24 Switzerland SUI DQ