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Combined, Women

Date12 – 13 February 1992
StatusOlympic
LocationMéribel
Participants40 from 18 countries
FormatOne downhill run and two slalom runs, point tables determined placement.
Course Setter (Downhill)Bernhard RussiSUI
Venue detailsGates: 30 / 43 / 43
Length: 2200 m / 350 m / 350 m
Start Altitude: 2080 m / 1572 m / 1572 m
Vertical Drop: 648 m / 140 m / 140 m

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.

PosNrSkierNOCPointsDownhillSlalom
13Petra KronbergerAUT2.551:25.84 (1)1:09.60 (3)Gold
223Anita WachterAUT19.391:27.25 (11)1:09.51 (2)Silver
324Florence MasnadaFRA21.381:27.08 (9)1:10.01 (5)Bronze
45Chantal BournissenSUI24.981:26.92 (7)1:10.69 (6)
541Anne BergeNOR35.281:28.67 (21)1:09.29 (1)
616Michelle McKendryCAN39.021:27.32 (13)1:11.79 (7)
728Nataša BokalSLO42.601:29.02 (24)1:09.65 (4)
820Lucia MedzihradskáTCH47.431:27.89 (16)1:11.95 (9)
92Miriam VogtGER48.521:27.35 (14)1:12.90 (11)
106Régine CavagnoudFRA51.131:28.16 (18)1:11.99 (10)
1112Krista SchmidingerUSA51.561:26.36 (2)1:14.77 (14)
121Svetlana GladyshevaEUN61.251:26.88 (5)1:15.16 (15)
1318Emi KawabataJPN66.101:27.13 (10)1:15.37 (16)
148Heidi ZellerSUI69.071:26.90 (6)1:16.08 (17)
1522Ľudmila MilanováTCH76.281:28.68 (22)1:14.26 (12)
1625Morena GallizioITA93.211:29.84 (25)1:14.56 (13)
1734Emma Carrick-AndersonGBR107.611:32.79 (33)1:11.84 (8)
1819Tetiana LebedevaEUN111.341:27.79 (15)1:19.87 (20)
1921Svetlana NovikovaEUN122.481:30.03 (=26)1:17.83 (18)
2029Birgit HeebLIE164.251:28.90 (23)1:24.62 (21)
2138Carolina EirasARG184.961:34.00 (34)1:19.41 (19)
2217Astrid LødemelNOR210.941:26.95 (8)1:33.25 (22)
AC11Katja SeizingerGER1:26.42 (3)– (AC)DNF
AC27Ulrike MaierAUT1:28.51 (20)– (AC)DNF
AC30Béatrice FilliolFRA1:30.03 (=26)– (AC)DNF
AC26Sachiko YamamotoJPN1:30.70 (28)– (AC)DNF
AC31Mihaela FeraROU1:31.74 (31)– (AC)DNF
AC39Astrid SteverlynckARG1:31.71 (30)– (AC)DNF
AC36Valerie ScottGBR1:34.57 (35)– (AC)DNF
AC35Zali SteggallAUS1:31.30 (29)– (AC)DNF
AC33Claire de PourtalesGBR1:32.52 (32)– (AC)DNF
AC37Marina VidovićYUG1:35.82 (36)– (AC)DNF
AC9Kristin KroneUSA– (AC)DNF
AC14Varvara ZelenskayaEUN– (AC)DNF
AC42Arijana BorasYUG– (AC)DNF
AC40Merete FjeldavlieNOR1:28.26 (19)– (AC)DQ
AC10Kerrin Lee-GartnerCAN1:26.49 (4)– (AC)DQ
AC7Michaela Gerg-LeitnerGER1:27.26 (12)– (AC)DQ
AC13Regina HäuslGER1:27.95 (17)– (AC)DQ
AC15Heidi ZurbriggenSUI1:27.04 (AC)DQ
DNSSabine GintherAUT– (DNS)
DNSDebbie PrattGBR– (DNS)