Alpine Skiing


The word 'ski' comes from Norwegian and means 'snowshoe'. In Sweden a ski has been found dating back to 2500 B.C., it was about 1.1 m long. Long-ski's dating back 4000 years also have been found in Norway. At the end of the 19th century it was Mathias Zdarsky from Austria who orderd the technics of the Alpine disciplines. In 1924 the Fédération Internationale de Ski was founded. Alpine Skiing has, since it's inception at the Winter Olympic Games, been one of the highlights of the Olympics. For more info see Wikipedia.

Olympic Games:
M:Slalom
M:Giant Slalom
M:Super-G
M:Downhill
M:Combined
W:Slalom
W:Giant Slalom
W:Super-G
W:Downhill
W:Combined

World Championships:
M:Slalom
M:Giant Slalom
M:Super-G
M:Downhill
M:Combined
W:Slalom
W:Giant Slalom
W:Super-G
W:Downhill
W:Combined
Mix:Team

World Cup:
M:Slalom
M:Giant Slalom
M:Super-G
M:Downhill
M:Combined
M:Overall
W:Slalom
W:Giant Slalom
W:Super-G
W:Downhill
W:Combined
W:Overall

Europa Cup:

Nor-Am Cup: Men Women

Australia New Zealand Cup: Men Women

South American Cup: Men Women

Far East Cup: Men Women

Asian Games:

Universiade:

Junior World Championships: