Alpine skiing at the 1960 Winter Olympics – Men's giant slalom

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Men's giant slalom
at the VIII Olympic Winter Games
Refer to caption
Gold medalist Roger Staub
VenueSquaw Valley
DateFebruary 21
Competitors65 from 21 nations
Winning time1:48.3
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Roger Staub  Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Pepi Stiegler  Austria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ernst Hinterseer  Austria
← 1956
1964 →

The Men's giant slalom competition of the Squaw Valley 1960 Olympics was held at Squaw Valley.[1][2]

The defending world champion was Toni Sailer of Austria.[3]

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Country Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Roger Staub  Switzerland 1:48.3 -
2nd, silver medalist(s) Pepi Stiegler  Austria 1:48.7 +0.4
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ernst Hinterseer  Austria 1:49.1 +0.8
4 Tom Corcoran  United States 1:49.7 +1.4
5 Bruno Alberti  Italy 1:50.1 +1.8
6 Guy Périllat  France 1:50.7 +2.4
7 Karl Schranz  Austria 1:50.8 +2.5
8 Paride Milianti  Italy 1:50.9 +2.6
9 Charles Bozon  France 1:51.0 +2.7
10 Adrien Duvillard  France 1:51.1 +2.8
11 François Bonlieu  France 1:51.2 +2.9
12 Anderl Molterer  Austria 1:51.6 +3.3
13 Hans Peter Lanig  United Team of Germany 1:51.9 +3.6
14 Dave Gorsuch  United States 1:52.3 +4.0
15 Fritz Wagnerberger  United Team of Germany 1:52.5 +4.2
16 Jim Barrier  United States 1:52.7 +4.4
17 Carlo Senoner  Italy 1:53.1 +4.8
18 Luggi Leitner  United Team of Germany 1:53.6 +5.3
19 Italo Pedroncelli  Italy 1:53.8 +5.5
20 Willi Forrer  Switzerland 1:53.9 +5.6
21 Max Marolt  United States 1:54.9 +6.6
22 Fredy Brupbacher  Switzerland 1:55.0 +6.7
23 Chiharu Igaya  Japan 1:55.8 +7.5
24 Verne Anderson  Canada 1:56.1 +7.8
25 Nando Pajarola  Switzerland 1:56.2 +7.9
26 Jean-Guy Brunet  Canada 1:57.7 +9.4
27 Eysteinn Þórðarson  Iceland 1:59.1 +10.8
28 Frederick Tommy  Canada 2:00.1 +11.8
29 Georgi Varoshkin  Bulgaria 2:01.0 +12.7
30 Georgi Dimitrov  Bulgaria 2:02.9 +14.6
31 Jean Lessard  Canada 2:04.7 +16.4
32 Osvaldo Ancinas  Argentina 2:05.1 +16.8
33 Masayoshi Mitani  Japan 2:05.6 +17.3
34 Kristinn Benediktsson  Iceland 2:06.1 +17.8
35 Osamu Tada  Japan 2:06.5 +18.2
36 Mario Vera  Chile 2:06.8 +18.5
37 Aleksandar Shalamanov  Bulgaria 2:07.0 +18.7
38 Vicente Vera  Chile 2:07.7 +19.4
39 Silvan Kindle  Liechtenstein 2:08.9 +20.6
40 Hermann Kindle  Liechtenstein 2:11.7 +23.4
41 Bill Day  Australia 2:12.2 +23.9
42 Luis Arias  Spain 2:13.2 +24.9
43 Adolf Fehr  Liechtenstein 2:13.3 +25.0
44 Takashi Takeda  Japan 2:13.4 +25.1
45 Luis Sánchez  Spain 2:13.6 +25.3
46 Francisco Cortes  Chile 2:14.3 +26.0
47 Manuel García-Moran  Spain 2:14.8 +26.5
48 John Oakes  Great Britain 2:16.3 +28.0
49 Nazih Geagea  Lebanon 2:20.3 +32.0
50 Geoff Pitchford  Great Britain 2:20.4 +32.1
51 Oddvar Rønnestad  Norway 2:23.3 +35.0
Bill Hunt  New Zealand
53 Robert Skepper  Great Britain 2:26.2 +37.9
54 Zeki Şamiloğlu  Turkey 2:26.3 +38.0
55 Diego Schweizer  Argentina 2:28.0 +39.7
56 Hernán Boher  Chile 2:28.5 +40.2
57 Ibrahim Geagea  Lebanon 2:29.1 +40.8
58 Sam Chaffey  New Zealand 2:32.3 +44.0
- Willy Bogner  United Team of Germany DQ -
- Peter Brockhoff  Australia DQ -
- Muzaffer Demirhan  Turkey DQ -
- Jóhann Vilbergsson  Iceland DQ -
- Charlach Mackintosh  Great Britain DQ -
- Im Gyeong-Sun  South Korea DQ -
- Clemente Tellechea  Argentina DQ -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "VIII Olympic Winter Games Squaw Valley, California 1960 - Final Report" (PDF). California Olympic Commission. LA84 Foundation. 1960. Retrieved January 3, 2014.
  2. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Games: Men's Giant Slalom". Sports Reference. Retrieved 12 March 2018.
  3. ^ "1958 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved January 3, 2014.