Who Won the Gold Medal for Men's Downhill Skiing?

Men's Downhill Skiing

The Men's Downhill is an alpine skiing event at the Winter Olympics - was first held at the 1948 Winter Olympic Games. The event consists of one single high-speed run down the mountain slope.

Austria has the most Gold Medals with six. France has won the Gold five times.

Year Gold Medal Country Score
2014 Matthias Mayer Austria 2:06.23 Details >>
2010 Didier Defago Switzerland 1:54.31 Details >>
2006 Antoine Dénériaz France 1:48.80 Details >>
2002 Fritz Strobl Austria 1:39.13 Details >>
1998 Jean-Luc Crétier France 1:50.11 Details >>
1994 Tommy Moe United States 1:45.75 Details >>
1992 Patrick Ortlieb Austria 1:50.37 Details >>
1988 Pirmin Zurbriggen Switzerland 1:59.63 Details >>
1984 Bill Johnson United States 1:45.59 Details >>
1980 Leonhard Stock Austria 1:45.50 Details >>
1976 Franz Klammer Austria 1:45.73 Details >>
1972 Bernhard Russi Switzerland 1:51.43 Details >>
1968 Jean-Claude Killy France 1:59.85 Details >>
1964 Egon Zimmermann Austria 2:18.16 Details >>
1960 Jean Vuarnet France 2:06.0 Details >>
1956 Toni Sailer Austria 2:52.2 Details >>
1952 Zeno Colò Italy 2:30.8 Details >>
1948 Henri Oreiller France 2:55.0 Details >>