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1954 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships

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1954 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships

The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1954 were held in Åre, Sweden, from March 1–7, 1954.[1]

Olympic champion Stein Erickson of Norway won three gold medals

Åre would host the event again in 2007.

Men's competitions

Downhill

Placing Country Athlete
1  Austria Christian Pravda
2  Austria Martin Strolz
3  Austria Ernst Obereigner


Giant Slalom

Placing Country Athlete
1  Norway Stein Eriksen
2  France François Bonlieu
3  Austria Anderl Molterer


Slalom

Placing Country Athlete
1  Norway Stein Eriksen
2  West Germany Beni Obermüller
3  Austria Toni Spiß


Combination

Placing Country Athlete
1  Norway Stein Eriksen
2  Austria Christian Pravda
3  Sweden Stig Sollander


Women's competitions

Downhill

Placing Country Athlete
1   Switzerland Ida Schöpfer
2  Austria Trude Klecker
3  France Lucienne Schmith



Giant Slalom


Slalom

Placing Country Athlete
1  Austria Trude Klecker
2   Switzerland Ida Schöpfer
3  Sweden Sarah Thomasson


Combination


Medals table

Place Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Austria 2 3 3 8
2   Switzerland 2 3 - 5
3  France 1 1 2 4
4  Norway 3 - - 3
5  Sweden - - 2 2
6  West Germany - 1 - 1
7  United States - - 1 1

References

External links

  • FIS-ski.com - results - 1954 World Championships - Åre, Sweden
  • FIS-ski.com - results - World Championships



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