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Combined, Men

Date16 – 17 February 1988
StatusOlympic
LocationNakiska (Ram Alley - Little Bush - Turbo Traverse - Eagle Tail - Bobtail- Mighty Peace - Maverick / Red Crow)
Participants56 from 20 countries
FormatOne downhill run and two slalom runs, point tables determined placement.
Course Setter (Downhill)Heinz StohlCAN
Course Setter (Run 1)J. ReymondSUI
Course Setter (Run 2)Maurice AdraitFRA
Venue detailsGates: 36 / 55 / 57
Length: 2967 m / ? / ?
Start Altitude: 2342 m / 2051 m / 2051 m
Vertical Drop: 804 m / 176 m / 176 m

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.

PosNrSkierNOCPointsDownhillSlalom
126Hubert StrolzAUT36.551:48.51 (5)1:27.31 (7)Gold
238Bernhard GstreinAUT43.451:50.20 (15)1:25.82 (3)Silver
334Paul AccolaSUI48.241:51.27 (24)1:24.93 (1)Bronze
45Luc AlphandFRA57.731:49.60 (13)1:28.47 (10)
537Peter JurkoTCH58.561:50.29 (19)1:27.61 (8)
635Jean-Luc CrétierFRA62.981:50.04 (14)1:28.52 (11)
74Markus WasmeierFRG65.441:49.32 (8)1:29.84 (13)
831Adrián BírešTCH68.501:50.24 (16)1:28.94 (12)
940Finn Christian JaggeNOR95.211:54.66 (33)1:26.14 (4)
1024Niklas HenningSWE96.251:51.16 (23)1:31.17 (15)
1152Armin BittnerFRG99.651:55.42 (35)1:25.64 (2)
128Christophe PléFRA103.121:49.06 (6)1:34.98 (18)
1354Thomas StangassingerAUT107.871:54.70 (34)1:27.69 (9)
1441Gregor HoopLIE114.621:53.21 (29)1:30.63 (14)
151Bernhard FahnerSUI120.451:51.78 (26)1:33.37 (17)
1657Paul FrommeltLIE122.121:56.82 (40)1:26.53 (5)
176Peter DürrFRG123.921:48.30 (4)1:38.68 (23)
1855Oswald TötschITA134.141:57.83 (43)1:26.64 (6)
1919Don StevensCAN135.811:50.97 (22)1:36.45 (20)
2042Robert BüchelLIE136.701:53.96 (32)1:32.38 (16)
2127Katsuhito KumagaiJPN144.651:52.10 (28)1:35.99 (19)
2216Hannes ZehentnerFRG197.871:49.16 (7)1:46.85 (25)
2348Juan Pablo SantiagosCHI224.201:58.52 (45)1:37.09 (21)
2443Jorge BirknerARG243.991:59.37 (46)1:38.41 (22)
2553Giannis StamatiouGRE347.412:07.51 (47)1:40.13 (24)
2617Martin BellGBR422.791:49.54 (10)2:14.83 (26)
AC7Pirmin ZurbriggenSUI1:46.90 (1)– (AC)DNF
AC39Niklas LindqvistSWE1:56.63 (39)– (AC)DNF
AC22A J KittUSA1:50.42 (20)– (AC)DNF
AC45Paulo OppligerCHI1:57.65 (42)– (AC)DNF
AC2Franck PiccardFRA1:47.38 (2)– (AC)DNF
AC13Felix BelczykCAN1:48.24 (3)– (AC)DNF
AC10Lars-Börje ErikssonSWE1:49.52 (9)– (AC)DNF
AC28Günther MaderAUT1:49.56 (11)– (AC)DNF
AC23Graham BellGBR1:50.25 (17)– (AC)DNF
AC29Martin HanglSUI1:51.48 (25)– (AC)DNF
AC46Felix McGrathUSA1:53.35 (30)– (AC)DNF
AC51Sergey PetrikURS1:55.82 (36)– (AC)DNF
AC49Konstantin ChistyakovURS1:55.99 (38)– (AC)DNF
AC44Hubertus von HohenloheMEX1:57.42 (41)– (AC)DNF
AC50Javier RivaraARG1:58.28 (44)– (AC)DNF
AC56Silvio WilleLIE2:21.71 (48)– (AC)DNF
AC47Simon Wi RuteneNZL– (AC)DNF
AC32Nils LinnebergCHI– (AC)DNF
AC25Mike CarneyCAN– (AC)DNF
AC21Bill HudsonUSA– (AC)DNF
AC18Jeff OlsonUSA– (AC)DNF
AC15Rob BoydCAN– (AC)DNF
AC36Peter ForrasAUS– (AC)DNF
AC20Steven LeeAUS1:48.25 (AC)DNF
AC3Danilo SbardellottoITA1:49.57 (12)DNF
AC11Atle SkårdalNOR1:50.27 (18)DNF
AC12Igor CigollaITA1:50.86 (21)DNF
AC14Jan Einar ThorsenNOR1:51.89 (27)DNF
AC30Boris DuncanGBR1:53.40 (31)– (DNS)DNF
AC33Dieter LinnebergCHI1:55.97 (37)DNF
DNS9Marc GirardelliLUX