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1998 Olympic Results – Alpine Skiing

Medal Graphic

MEDALISTS
Women's Super-G
Gold: Picabo Street — United States, 1:18.02
Silver: Michaela Dorfmeister — Austria, 1:18.03
Bronze: Alexandra Meissnitzer — Austria, 1:18.09
Final Results

Men's Downhill
Gold: Jean-Luc Cretier — France, 1:50.11
Silver: Lasse Kjus — Norway, 1:50.51
Bronze: Hannes Trinkl — Austria, 1:50.63
Final Results

Men's Combined
Gold: Mario Reiter — Austria, 3:08.06
Silver: Lasse Kjus — Norway, 3:08.65
Bronze: Christian Mayer — Austria, 3:10.11
Final Results

Men's Super-G
Gold: Hermann Maier — Austria, 1:34.82
Silver: Didier Cuche — Switzerland, 1:35.43
Silver: Hans Knauss — Austria, 1:35.43
Final Results

Women's Downhill
Gold: Katja Seizinger — Germany, 1:28.89
Silver: Pernilla Wiberg — Sweden, 1:29.18
Bronze: Florence Masnada — France, 1:29.37
Final Results

Women's Combined
Gold: Katja Seizinger — Germany, 2:40.74
Silver: Martina Ertl — Germany, 2:40.92
Bronze: Hilde Gerg — Germany, 2:41.50
Final Results

Men's Giant Slalom
Gold: Hermann Maier — Austria, 2:38.51
Silver: Stefan Eberharter — Austria, 2:39.36
Bronze: Michael Von Gruenigen — Switzerland, 2:29.69
Final Results

Women's Slalom
Gold: Hilde Gerg — Germany, 1:32.40
Silver: Deborah Compagnoni — Italy, 1:32.46
Bronze: Zali Steggall — Australia, 1:32.67
Final Results

Women's Giant Slalom
Gold: Deborah Compagnoni — Italy, 2:50.59
Silver: Alexandra Meissnitzer — Austria, 2:52.39
Bronze: Katja Seizinger — Germany, 2:52.61
Final Results

Men's Slalom
Gold: Hans-Petter Buraas — Norway, 1:49.31
Silver: Ole Christian Furuseth — Norway, 1:50.64
Bronze: Thomas Sykora — Austria, 1:50.68
Final Results

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