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1992 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Giant Slalom

Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1991/1992

Calendar

Round Race No Place Country Date Winner Second Third
1 1 Park City  United States November 23, 1991 Alberto Tomba Paul Accola Roberto Spampatti
2 3 Breckenridge  United States November 29, 1991 Paul Accola Alberto Tomba Fredrik Nyberg
3 9 Alta Badia  Italy December 15, 1991 Alberto Tomba Steve Locher Paul Accola
4 11 Kranjska Gora  Slovenia January 4, 1992 Sergio Bergamelli Hans Pieren Alberto Tomba
5 21 Adelboden  France January 22, 1992 Ole Kristian Furuseth Hans Pieren Marc Girardelli
6 26 St. Gervais  France February 2, 1992 Didrik Marksten Alberto Tomba Markus Wasmeier
7 33 Crans Montana   Switzerland March 20, 1992 Alberto Tomba Kjetil André Aamodt Didrik Marksten

Final point standings

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1991/92 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 1 3 9 11 21 26 33
1 Alberto Tomba  Italy 520 100 80 100 60 - 80 100
2 Hans Pieren   Switzerland 400 43 40 55 80 80 51 51
3 Paul Accola   Switzerland 330 80 100 60 43 - - 47
4 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 285 24 43 16 47 100 55 -
5 Johan Wallner  Sweden 238 51 24 18 51 51 - 43
6 Steve Locher   Switzerland 237 - 51 80 24 40 26 16
7 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 210 - 24 14 34 60 47 31
8 Sergio Bergamelli  Italy 205 31 - 31 100 - - 43
Franck Piccard  France 205 40 37 37 5 - 31 55
10 Fredrik Nyberg  Sweden 204 6 60 22 26 22 40 28
11 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 196 - - - 18 55 43 80
12 Didrik Marksten  Norway 190 16 14 - - - 100 60
13 Roberto Spampatti  Italy 185 60 47 24 22 12 12 8
14 Michael von Grünigen   Switzerland 183 9 31 51 55 - - 37
15 Josef Polig  Italy 167 47 26 47 - 28 16 3
16 Patrick Holzer  Italy 125 - 2 40 28 47 8 -
17 Rainer Salzgeber  Austria 117 28 5 43 - - 37 4
18 Alberto Senigagliesi  Italy 97 55 - - 20 - 22 -
19 Tobias Barnerssoi  Germany 91 37 16 - 7 16 5 10
20 Marco Hangl   Switzerland 90 20 20 26 - - 24 -
21 Marcel Sulliger   Switzerland 89 - - 28 40 - 14 7
22 Peter Roth  Germany 85 - - 14 37 34 - -
23 Markus Wasmeier  Germany 84 - - - 10 - 60 14
Martin Knöri   Switzerland 84 12 9 - - 43 - 20
25 Urs Kälin   Switzerland 77 - 55 - - - - 22
26 Stéphane Exartier  France 76 34 18 - 8 10 6 -
27 Christian Mayer  Austria 71 - - 37 - - 34 -
28 Helmut Mayer  Austria 69 - 10 10 3 26 20 -
29 Armin Bittner  Germany 68 - 4 - 31 31 - 2
30 Luca Pesando  Italy 63 26 28 9 - - - -
31 Richard Pramotton  Italy 54 7 6 7 - - 10 24
32 Alain Feutrier  France 52 - 12 20 - 20 - -
33 Günther Mader  Austria 48 5 34 - - - 4 5
34 Mitja Kunc  Yugoslavia 47 - - 8 4 9 - 26
35 Lasse Kjus  Norway 43 - - - - - 9 34
36 Hubert Strolz  Austria 40 3 - - 9 - 28 -
Konrad Walk  Austria 40 4 - - - - 18 18
38 Günther Marxer  Liechtenstein 37 - - - - 37 - -
39 Stéphane Cretin  France 34 18 - - 16 - - -
40 Richard Kröll  Austria 33 - - - - 24 - 9
41 Patrick Staub   Switzerland 32 - - - 12 14 - 6
Michael Tritscher  Austria 32 22 3 - - 7 - -
43 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 19 - - - - - 7 12
44 Patrick Wirth  Austria 18 - - - - 18 - -
45 Matteo Belfrond  Italy 14 14 - - - - - -
Michel Lucatelli  France 14 - - - 14 - - -
47 Gregor Grilc  Yugoslavia 12 - - - 6 6 - -
48 Joe Levins  United States 10 10 - - - - - -
49 Matthew Grosjean  United States 8 8 - - - - - -
Fabio De Crignis  Italy 8 - 8 - - - - -
Jure Košir  Yugoslavia 8 - - - - 8 - -
52 Ian Piccard  France 7 - 7 - - - - -
53 Franck Carmagnolle  France 6 - - 6 - - - -

References

  • fis-ski.com
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