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Freestyle skiing at the 1988 Winter Olympics

 

Freestyle skiing at the 1988 Winter Olympics

Freestyle skiing
at the XV Olympic Winter Games

Pictogram for freestyle skiing
Venue Canada Olympic Park and Nakiska

Freestyle skiing was a demonstration sport at the 1988 Winter Olympics. The venues were Canada Olympic Park for aerials and ballet, and Nakiska for moguls. This was the first appearance of freestyle skiing at the Winter Olympics.

Contents

  • Placement table 1
  • Men's event 2
    • Moguls 2.1
    • Aerials 2.2
    • Ballet 2.3
  • Women's event 3
    • Moguls 3.1
    • Aerials 3.2
    • Ballet 3.3
  • References 4

Placement table

Pos. Country First Second Third Total
1 West Germany 2 1 0 3
2 France 1 2 1 4
3 United States 1 2 0 3
4 Canada 1 0 1 2
4 Sweden 1 0 1 2
6 Norway 0 1 1 2
7 Switzerland 0 0 2 2

Men's event

Moguls

Place Athlete Score
1 Hakan Hansson (SWE) 39.56
2 Hans Englesen Eide (NOR) 39.37
3 Edgar Grospiron (FRA) 37.71
4 Pat Henry (CAN) 35.59
5 Steve Desovich (USA) 35.15
6 Lasse Fählen (SWE) 34.64

Aerials

Place Athlete Score
1 Jean-Marc Rozon (CAN) 410.93
2 Didier Méda (FRA) 380.77
3 Lloyd Langlois (CAN) 377.97
4 Kris Feddersen (USA) 376.24
5 Jean-Marc Bacquin (FRA) 348.75
6 Sonny Schönbächler (SUI) 340.94

Ballet

Place Athlete Score
1 Hermann Reitberger (FRG) 46.6
2 Lane Spina (USA) 45.6
3 Rune Kristiansen (NOR) 44.0
4 Richard Pierce (CAN) 43.0

Women's event

Moguls

Place Athlete Score
1 Tatjana Mittermayer (FRG) 36.16
2 Raphaëlle Monod (FRA) 34.91
3 Conny Kissling (SUI) 34.07
4 Stine Lise Hattestad (NOR) 33.39
5 Leelee Morrisson (CAN) 31.84
6 Melanie Palenik (USA) 28.64

Aerials

Place Athlete Score
1 Melanie Palenik (USA) 268.83
2 Sonja Reichart (FRG) 267.03
3 Carin Hernskog (SWE) 245.98

Ballet

Place Athlete Score
1 Christine Rossi (FRA) 45.8
2 Jan Bucher (USA) 44.0
3 Conny Kissling (SUI) 43.2
4 Lucie Barma (CAN) 40.8
5 Martien Nouwen (NED) 36.39

References

  • – March 1988Olympic Review


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