Who Won the Gold Medal for 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.
|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 >>|