Who Won Women's Giant Slalom Gold Medals?

Women's Giant Slalom

The Women's Giant Slalom has been an event in the Winter Olympics since 1952. This alpine skiing event is a technical event where the racer skis between sets of poles. The poles are spaced at a slightly longer distance than in the regular slalom event.

Americans that have won the gold medal in the Women's Giant Slalom include Julia Mancuso in 2006, Debbie Armstrong in 1984 and Andrea Mead Lawrence back in 1952.

Year Gold Medal Country Score
2014 Tina Maze Slovenia 2:36.87 Details >>
2010 Viktoria Rebensburg Germany 2:27.11 Details >>
2006 Julia Mancuso United States 2:09.19 Details >>
2002 Janica Kostelić Croatia 2:30.01 Details >>
1998 Deborah Compagnoni Italy 2:50.59 Details >>
1994 Deborah Compagnoni Italy 2:30.97 Details >>
1992 Pernilla Wiberg Sweden 2:12.74 Details >>
1988 Vreni Schneider Switzerland 2:06.49 Details >>
1984 Debbie Armstrong United States 2:20.98 Details >>
1980 Hanni Wenzel Liechtenstein 2:41.66 Details >>
1976 Kathy Kreiner Canada 1:29.13 Details >>
1972 Marie-Theres Nadig Switzerland 1:29.90 Details >>
1968 Nancy Greene Canada 1:51.97 Details >>
1964 Marielle Goitschel France 1:52.24 Details >>
1960 Yvonne Rüegg Switzerland 1:39.9 Details >>
1956 Ossi Reichert Germany 1:56.5 Details >>
1952 Andrea Mead-Lawrence United States 2:06.8 Details >>