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Giant Slalom, Men

Date14 February 1984
StatusOlympic
LocationBjelašnica (Olympia)
Participants108 from 39 countries
FormatTwo runs, total time determined placement.
Course Setter (Run 1)Ulf EmilssonSWE
Course Setter (Run 2)Filip GartnerYUG
Venue detailsGates: 56 / 55
Length: ?
Start Altitude: 1745 m / ?
Vertical Drop: 382 m / ?

Sweden’s Ingemar Stenmark was still considered the best technical skier in the world but he was ineligible for the 1984 Olympics, considered a professional by the IOC because of his many endorsement contracts. As the IOC moved to an all open Olympics, he would be one of the last athletes denied his chance for this hypocritical problem. In his absence the men’s GS was wide open. Stenmark would end the 1983-84 season as the co-World Cup leader in giant slalom, along with Switzerland’s Pirmin Zurbriggen. Zurbriggen skied the giant slalom but fell during his first run and was out. The leader on the first run was his teammate, Max Julen, who had almost no significant World Cup record. He maintained the lead on the second run to win the gold medal, with the silver going to Slovenian Yugoslav Jure Franko, who posted the best second run. This was the first ever Olympic Winter medal for Yugoslavia, which delighted the Sarajevo crowds.

PosNrSkierNOCTimeRun 1Run 2
112Max JulenSUI2:41.181:20.54 (1)1:20.64 (2)Gold
26Jure FrankoYUG2:41.411:21.15 (4)1:20.26 (1)Silver
32Andi WenzelLIE2:41.751:20.64 (2)1:21.11 (5)Bronze
43Franz GruberAUT2:42.081:21.03 (3)1:21.05 (4)
511Boris StrelYUG2:42.361:21.23 (5)1:21.13 (6)
68Hubert StrolzAUT2:42.711:21.47 (6)1:21.24 (8)
74Alex GiorgiITA2:43.001:22.05 (9)1:20.95 (3)
814Phil MahreUSA2:43.251:22.09 (10)1:21.16 (7)
95Bojan KrižajYUG2:43.481:22.18 (12)1:21.30 (9)
101Joël GaspozSUI2:43.601:21.98 (8)1:21.62 (10)
117Thomas BürglerSUI2:43.841:21.75 (7)1:22.09 (=15)
1213Roberto ErlacherITA2:44.091:22.36 (13)1:21.73 (12)
1319Egon HirtFRG2:44.111:22.45 (14)1:21.66 (11)
1432Didier BouvetFRA2:44.251:22.16 (11)1:22.09 (=15)
1524Oswald TötschITA2:44.971:22.94 (16)1:22.03 (13)
1621Yves TavernierFRA2:45.371:23.32 (17)1:22.05 (14)
1718Steve MahreUSA2:46.031:23.43 (18)1:22.60 (18)
1823Niklas HenningSWE2:46.121:23.61 (19)1:22.51 (17)
1920Odd SørliNOR2:46.391:22.90 (15)1:23.49 (19)
2031Jorge PérezESP2:47.971:23.64 (20)1:24.33 (22)
2129Petar PopangelovBUL2:48.441:24.83 (26)1:23.61 (20)
2225Gunnar NeuriesserSWE2:48.451:23.99 (21)1:24.46 (23)
2328Günther MarxerLIE2:48.791:24.78 (24)1:24.01 (21)
2434Jim ReadCAN2:49.181:24.31 (22)1:24.87 (25)
2538Naomine IwayaJPN2:49.691:25.02 (28)1:24.67 (24)
2641Toshihiro KaiwaJPN2:49.971:24.92 (27)1:25.05 (26)
2748Osamu KodamaJPN2:50.211:24.81 (25)1:25.40 (27)
2849Valentin GichevBUL2:52.641:26.12 (31)1:26.52 (28)
2936Markus HubrichNZL2:52.791:25.81 (30)1:26.98 (30)
3035Shinya ChibaJPN2:53.181:25.67 (29)1:27.51 (31)
3137Mitko KhadzhievBUL2:54.341:27.50 (32)1:26.84 (29)
3246Martin BellGBR2:56.501:28.42 (34)1:28.08 (33)
3351David MercerGBR2:56.641:27.81 (33)1:28.83 (34)
3455Scott Alan SánchezBOL2:57.291:29.45 (38)1:27.84 (32)
3562Pierre CouqueletBEL2:58.591:28.71 (35)1:29.88 (37)
3656Simon Wi RuteneNZL2:59.101:30.13 (41)1:28.97 (35)
3759Andrés FigueroaCHI2:59.231:29.86 (39)1:29.37 (36)
3852Nicholas WilsonGBR2:59.491:29.26 (37)1:30.23 (=38)
3945Frederick BurtonGBR3:00.551:30.32 (42)1:30.23 (=38)
4058Árni Þór ÁrnasonISL3:01.261:30.05 (40)1:31.21 (40)
4160Zolt BalazsROU3:02.411:31.00 (44)1:31.41 (41)
4266Dieter LinnebergCHI3:03.561:31.75 (45)1:31.81 (42)
4361Guðmundur JóhannssonISL3:04.411:30.90 (43)1:33.51 (44)
4464Miguel PurcellCHI3:05.401:32.19 (47)1:33.21 (43)
4568Mihai Bîră, Jr.ROU3:06.491:32.04 (46)1:34.45 (=46)
4669Jorge BirknerARG3:08.001:33.82 (=48)1:34.18 (45)
4772Fernando EnevoldsenARG3:08.271:33.82 (=48)1:34.45 (=46)
4867Hubertus von FürstenbergMEX3:10.091:34.82 (50)1:35.27 (48)
4973Lazaros ArkhontopoulosGRE3:11.011:35.36 (51)1:35.65 (49)
5088Ioannis TriantafyllidisGRE3:18.941:38.20 (52)1:40.74 (51)
5176Andreas PantelidisGRE3:19.441:39.57 (54)1:39.87 (50)
5274Enrique de RidderARG3:19.821:38.49 (53)1:41.33 (53)
5386Yakup Kadri BirinciTUR3:24.631:42.39 (59)1:42.24 (54)
54105Li GuangquanCHN3:24.991:42.16 (58)1:42.83 (55)
5575Giannis StamatiouGRE3:25.181:44.21 (62)1:40.97 (52)
5696Liu ChangchengCHN3:28.511:41.76 (57)1:46.75 (58)
5782Lamine GuèyeSEN3:28.671:42.63 (60)1:46.04 (57)
5893Tony SukkarLBN3:29.031:43.48 (61)1:45.55 (56)
5983Wu DeqiangCHN3:30.401:41.74 (56)1:48.66 (60)
60109Ali Fuad HaşılTUR3:31.841:44.76 (63)1:47.08 (59)
6195Sabahattin HamamcıoğluTUR3:33.581:44.84 (64)1:48.74 (61)
6290Sotirios AxiotiadesLBN3:40.621:46.67 (66)1:53.95 (64)
6398Erkan MermutTUR3:41.931:48.58 (68)1:53.35 (63)
6477Ahmad OuachitMAR3:42.111:45.17 (65)1:56.94 (65)
65101Eduardo KopperCRC3:46.581:49.35 (70)1:57.23 (66)
6679Nabil KhalilLBN3:47.691:48.38 (67)1:59.31 (68)
6789Arturo KinchCRC3:51.111:57.84 (79)1:53.27 (62)
68106Ong Ching-MingTPE3:51.971:53.03 (74)1:58.94 (67)
69103Alekhis FotiadisCYP3:54.031:52.98 (73)2:01.05 (70)
7087Lambros LambrouCYP3:55.971:56.46 (78)1:59.51 (69)
7184Lin Chi-LiangTPE3:56.641:52.78 (72)2:03.86 (72)
7294Edward SamenLBN3:57.851:52.51 (71)2:05.34 (73)
7399Ahmed Ait MoulayMAR3:57.951:54.54 (75)2:03.41 (71)
7497Hamid OujebbadMAR4:06.691:58.13 (80)2:08.56 (74)
7591Giannos PipisCYP4:07.731:56.18 (76)2:11.55 (75)
7681José Manuel BejaranoBOL4:33.962:04.38 (81)2:29.58 (76)
AC27Vladimir AndreyevURS1:24.53 (23)– (AC)DNF
AC102Francesco CardelliSMR1:49.00 (69)– (AC)DNF
AC104Brahim Ait SibrahimMAR1:56.32 (77)– (AC)DNF
AC107Pavlos FotiadisCYP– (AC)DNF
AC85Jamil El-ReedyEGY– (AC)DNF
AC80Christian BolliniSMR– (AC)DNF
AC70Nicolás van DitmarARG– (AC)DNF
AC65Jordi TorresAND– (AC)DNF
AC63Albert LloveraAND– (AC)DNF
AC57Henri MollinBEL– (AC)DNF
AC54Hans KossmannCHI– (AC)DNF
AC53Alberto GhidoniITA– (AC)DNF
AC50Borislav KiryakovBUL– (AC)DNF
AC47Hubert HiltiLIE– (AC)DNF
AC44Luis Fernández OchoaESP– (AC)DNF
AC43Michel VionFRA– (AC)DNF
AC40Mario KonzettLIE– (AC)DNF
AC39Péter KozmaHUN– (AC)DNF
AC33Anton SteinerAUT– (AC)DNF
AC30Franck PiccardFRA– (AC)DNF
AC22Tiger ShawUSA– (AC)DNF
AC17Johan WallnerSWE– (AC)DNF
AC16Jörgen SundqvistSWE– (AC)DNF
AC15Pirmin ZurbriggenSUI– (AC)DNF
AC10Hans EnnAUT– (AC)DNF
AC9Grega BenedikYUG– (AC)DNF
AC42Steven LeeAUS1:28.76 (36)1:29.68 (AC)DQ
AC78Kim Jin-HaeKOR1:40.34 (55)1:40.26 (AC)DQ
AC92Mario HadaBOL– (AC)DQ
AC26Carlos SalvadoresESP1:24.72 (AC)DQ
AC108Park Byung-RoKOR– (AC)DQ
AC100Eu Woo-YounKOR– (AC)DQ
DNS71David LajouxMON– (DNS)