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Lise-Marie Morerod

Lise-Marie Morerod
Medal record
Women's Alpine Skiing
World Championships
1978 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Giant Slalom
1974 St. Moritz Slalom

Lise-Marie Morerod (born 16 April 1956) is a Swiss former slalom skier.[1] In 1977, she was women's overall season champion.

She born in Les Diablerets, Vaud. In 1972, at age 15, she became Swiss champion in Giant Slalom.

Morerod suffered a car accident in 1978, but she survived. She returned in World Cup in 1979, but failed to find the former shape. She retired in 1982.


  • References 1
  • World Cup victories 2
    • Overall 2.1
  • Individual races 3
  • External links 4


  1. ^ Egli, Herbie (7 February 2011). "So war es an der Ski-WM 1978 in Garmisch - Ski wm2011".  

World Cup victories


Season Discipline
1975 Giant Slalom
1975 Slalom
1976 Giant Slalom
1977 Overall
1977 Giant Slalom
1977 Slalom

Individual races

Date Location Race
January 4, 1975 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Slalom
January 29, 1975 Saint-Gervais Slalom
March 13, 1975 Sun Valley Giant Slalom
March 20, 1975 Val Gardena Slalom
December 4, 1975 Val-d'Isère Giant Slalom
December 11, 1975 Aprica Slalom
January 12, 1976 Les Diablerets Slalom
January 15, 1976 Les Gets Giant Slalom
January 25, 1976 Kranjska Gora Giant Slalom
January 26, 1976 Kranjska Gora Slalom
March 13, 1976 Aspen Giant Slalom
December 9, 1976 Val-d'Isère Giant Slalom
December 16, 1976 Cortina d'Ampezzo Slalom
January 3, 1977 Oberstaufen Slalom
January 19, 1977 Schruns Slalom
January 20, 1977 Arosa Giant Slalom
February 2, 1977 Maribor Giant Slalom
March 6, 1977 Sun Valley Giant Slalom
March 24, 1977 Sierra Nevada Giant Slalom
December 8, 1977 Val-d'Isère Giant Slalom
January 9, 1978 Les Mosses Giant Slalom
January 19, 1978 Bad Gastein Slalom
February 9, 1978 Megève Giant Slalom
March 7, 1978 Waterville Valley Giant Slalom

External links

  • - Results - Lise Marie Morerod
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Karin Iten
Swiss Sportswoman of the Year
1974 – 1975
Succeeded by
Christine Stückelberger
Preceded by
Christine Stückelberger
Swiss Sportswoman of the Year
Succeeded by
Cornelia Bürki
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