Who Won the Gold Medal for Men's Alpine Combined?
The Alpine Combined event in the Winter Olympics was only held twice before 1988. It combines one downhill run and two slalom runs.
Since 1994 the winner has been determined by combining the three times. Before that a more complicated formula was used incorporating the distance between each racer and the leader.
Bode Miller of the United States was the most recent gold medal winner in Vancouver in 2010.
|2014||Sandro Viletta||Switzerland||2:45.20||Details >>|
|2010||Bode Miller||United States||2:44.92||Details >>|
|2006||Ted Ligety||United States||3:09.35||Details >>|
|2002||Kjetil André Aamodt||Norway||3:17.56||Details >>|
|1998||Mario Reiter||Austria||3:08.06||Details >>|
|1994||Lasse Kjus||Norway||3:17.53||Details >>|
|1992||Josef Polig||Italy||14.58 pts||Details >>|
|1988||Hubert Strolz||Austria||36.55 pts||Details >>|
|1948||Henri Oreiller||France||3.27 pts||Details >>|
|1936||Franz Pfnür||Germany||99.25 pts||Details >>|