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Yugoslavia at the 1964 Winter Olympics

Yugoslavia at the Olympic Games

Flag of SFR Yugoslavia
IOC code  YUG
NOC Yugoslav Olympic Committee
At the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck
Competitors 31 (29 men, 2 women) in 4 sports
Medals Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
0
Total
0
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
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Croatia (1992–)
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Macedonia (1996–)
Montenegro (2008–)
Serbia and Montenegro (1996–2006)
Serbia (1912; 2008–)
Slovenia (1992–)

Athletes from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia competed at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria. Yugoslavia returned to the Winter Olympic Games after having missed the 1960 Winter Olympics.

Alpine skiing

Men
Athlete Event Race
Time Rank
Oto Pustoslemšek Downhill 2:44.77 62
Andrej Klinar 2:39.79 55
Fric Detiček 2:36.54 51
Peter Lakota 2:27.82 29
Oto Pustoslemšek Giant Slalom 2:22.46 67
Fric Detiček 2:11.76 50
Andrej Klinar 2:10.18 45
Peter Lakota 2:00.98 33
Men's slalom
Athlete Qualifying Final
Time 1 Rank Time 2 Rank Time 1 Rank Time 2 Rank Total Rank
Andrej Klinar DNF DNF Did not advance
Fric Detiček DNF 1:05.08 43 Did not advance
Oto Pustoslemšek 1:13.82 71 DSQ Did not advance
Peter Lakota 57.84 39 55.59 6 QF 1:18.59 33 1:07.65 31 2:26.24 32
Women
Athlete Event Race 1 Race 2 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Majda Ankele Downhill 2:04.46 33
Krista Fanedl 2:04.22 31
Krista Fanedl Giant Slalom 2:10.76 37
Majda Ankele 2:01.81 25
Krista Fanedl Slalom DSQ DSQ
Majda Ankele 59.44 31 51.54 15 1:50.98 23

Cross-country skiing

Men
Event Athlete Race
Time Rank
15 km Mirko Bavče DNF
Janko Kobentar 1'01:14.6 60
Cveto Pavčič 58:21.0 50
Roman Seljak 57:30.0 46
30 km Janko Kobentar 1'45:04.7 50
Roman Seljak 1'42:44.4 45
Cveto Pavčič 1'42:44.0 44
Men's 4 x 10 km relay
Athletes Race
Time Rank
Roman Seljak
Mirko Bavče
Janko Kobentar
Cveto Pavčič
2'37:30.6 12

Ice hockey

First Round

Winners (in bold) qualified for the Group A to play for 1st-8th places. Teams, which lost their qualification matches, played in Group B for 9th-16th places.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
 Canada 14–1  Yugoslavia

Consolation Round

Rank Team Pld W L T GF GA Pts
9  Poland 7 6 1 0 40 13 12
10  Norway 7 5 2 0 40 19 10
11  Japan 7 4 2 1 35 31 9
12  Romania 7 3 3 1 31 28 7
13  Austria 7 3 3 1 24 28 7
14  Yugoslavia 7 3 3 1 29 37 7
15  Italy 7 2 5 0 24 42 4
16  Hungary 7 0 7 0 14 39 0
  • Austria 6-2 Yugoslavia
  • Yugoslavia 5-3 Italy
  • Romania 5-5 Yugoslavia
  • Yugoslavia 6-4 Japan
  • Yugoslavia 4-2 Hungary
  • Poland 9-3 Yugoslavia
  • Norway 8-4 Yugoslavia
Contestants
Alex Andjelic
Miroljub Ðorđević
Albin Felc
Anton Jože Gale
Mirko Holbus
Bogo Jan
Ivo Jan
Marijan Kristan
Miran Krmelj
Igor Radin
Ivo Ratej
Viktor Ravnik
Boris Renaud
Rašid Šemšedinović
Franc Smolej
Viktor Tišler
Vinko Valentar

Ski jumping

Athletes performed three jumps, the best two were counted and are shown here.
Athlete Event Jump 1 Jump 2 Total
Distance Points Distance Points Points Rank
Božo Jemc Normal hill 70.0 89.8 68.0 86.5 176.3 49
Peter Eržen 70.5 89.9 67.5 84.4 174.3 50
Miro Oman 70.0 93.3 69.0 87.6 180.9 47
Ludvik Zajc 72.5 95.6 72.0 95.6 191.2 39
Peter Eržen Large hill 84.0 93.0 74.0 88.4 181.4 39
Ludvik Zajc 84.0 91.5 78.5 88.6 180.1 42
Božo Jemc 82.0 89.6 79.5 91.3 180.9 40
Miro Oman 79.0 92.2 76.0 93.3 185.5 36

References

  • Official Olympic Reports
  • International Olympic Committee results database
  • Olympic Winter Games 1964, full results by sports-reference.com


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