Alpine Skiing: Olympic Champions in Men's Downhill (1948-2018)

1948 St. Moritz – Piz Nair: Henri Oreiller (France)
1952 Oslo – Norefjell: Zeno Colò (Italy)
1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo – Mount Tofana: Toni Sailer (Austria)
1960 Squaw Valley: Jean Vuarnet (France)
1964 Innsbruck – Patscherkofel: Egon Zimermann (Austria)
1968 Grenoble – Chamrousse: Jean-Claude Killy (France)
1972 Sapporo – Mount Eniwa: Bernhard Russi (Switzerland)
1976 Innsbruck – Patscherkofel: Franz Klammer (Austria)
1980 Lake Placid – Whiteface Mountain: Leonhard Stock (Austria)
1984 Sarajevo – Bjelašnica: Bill Johnson (United States)
1988 Calgary – Nakiska: Pirmin Zurbriggen (Switzerland)
1992 Albertville – Val-d’Isère: Patrick Ortlieb (Austria)
1994 Lillehammer – Kvitfjell: Tommy Moe (United States)
1998 Nagano – Happōone: Jean-Luc Crétier (France)
2002 Salt Lake City – Snowbasin: Fritz Strobl (Austria)
2006 Turin – Sestriere Borgata: Antoine Dénériaz (France)
2010: Vancouver – Whistler Creekside: Didier Défago (Switzerland)
2014 Sochi – Rosa Khutor: Matthias Mayer (Austria)
2018 Pyeongchang – Jeongseon: Aksel Lund Svindal (Norway)

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