FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1974

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FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1974
Host city Saint Moritz
CountrySwitzerland
Events8
Opening ceremony3 February 1974 (1974-02-03)
Closing ceremony10 February 1974 (1974-02-10)
Officially opened by Franz Jonas
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Piz Nair
Location in the Alps of Europe
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Piz Nair
Location in Switzerland

The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1974 were held in St. Moritz, Switzerland, at Piz Nair from February 3–10, 1974. [1]

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St. Moritz hosted again in 2003, and the event is scheduled to return in 2017. It also hosted the Winter Olympics in 1948 and 1928 (no alpine skiing).

Men's competitions

Downhill

Saturday, 9 February

PlaceAthleteNationTime
1 David Zwilling Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 1:56.98
2 Franz Klammer Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 1:58.01
3 Willi Frommelt Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Liechtenstein 1:58.16

Giant Slalom

Tuesday, 5 February

PlaceAthleteNationTime
1 Gustav Thöni Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 3:07.92
2 Hansi Hinterseer Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 3:08.84
3 Piero Gros Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 3:08.91

Slalom

Sunday, 10 February

PlaceAthleteNationTime
1 Gustav Thöni Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 1:49.98
2 David Zwilling Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 1:50.76
3 Francisco Fernández-Ochoa Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 1:51.56

Combined

PlaceAthleteNationPoints
1 Franz Klammer Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 67.88
2 Andrzej Bachleda Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 78.35
3 Wolfgang Junginger Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 89.01

At the World Championships from 1954 through 1980, the combined was a "paper race" using the results of the three events (DH, GS, SL).

Women's competitions

Downhill

Thursday, 7 February

PlaceAthleteNationTime
1 Annemarie Pröll Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 1:50.84
2 Betsy Clifford Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 1:51.78
3 Wiltrud Drexel Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 1:52.15

Giant Slalom

Sunday, 3 February

PlaceAthleteNationTime
1 Fabienne Serrat Flag of France.svg  France 1:43.18
2 Traudl Treichl Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 1:43.72
3 Jacqueline Rouvier Flag of France.svg  France 1.43.81

Slalom

Friday, 8 February

PlaceAthleteNationTime
1 Hanni Wenzel Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Liechtenstein 1:34.63
2 Michèle Jacot Flag of France.svg  France 1:35.15
3 Lise-Marie Morerod Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 1:35.29

Combined

PlaceAthleteNationPoints
1 Fabienne Serrat Flag of France.svg  France 20.14
2 Hanni Wenzel Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Liechtenstein 25.31
3 Monika Kaserer Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 27.44

At the World Championships from 1954 through 1980, the combined was a "paper race" using the results of the three events (DH, GS, SL).

Medals table

PlaceNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 3328
2Flag of France.svg  France 2114
3Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 2-13
4Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Liechtenstein 1113
5Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany -112
6Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada -1-1
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland -1-1
8Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland --11
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain --11

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