3Tre Record

Ranking 3Tre Campiglio

The 3Tre history features 60 slaloms, 31 giant slaloms, 3 Super-G, 23 downhills, 32 combined competitions and 1 parallel slalom. In addition, Madonna di Campiglio hosted 3 slaloms and 2 giant slaloms of the women circuit.

Country123
1
Austria Austria
384235
2
Italy Italy
383544
3
France France
172219
4
Sweden Sweden
1764
5
Switzerland Switzerland
152415
6
Norway Norway
744
7
Germany Germany
736
8
United States of America,USA United States of America
434
9
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
226
10
Slovenia Slovenia
200
11
Serbia Serbia
154
12
Luxembourg Luxembourg
111
13
Croatia Croatia
101
14
Canada Canada
021
15
Russian Federation,Russia Russian Federation
010
16
Poland Poland
001
16
Bulgaria Bulgaria
001
16
Finland Finland
001
16
Japan Japan
001

Swede Ingemar Stenmark is the athlete who won more races at 3Tre with 12 wins between slalom, giant slalom, combined and parallel slalom.

The top-5 of the individual ranking:

Athlete123
1
Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
1231
2
Italy Gustav Thoeni
532
3
Austria Josl Rieder
431
4
Austria Heini Messner
421
5
Austria Karl Schranz
412

Ranking Slalom

In the slalom competitions, the country with more wins is Italy (15), followed by France and Sweden (9).

Country123
1
Italy Italy
151516
2
France France
997
3
Sweden Sweden
952
4
Austria Austria
81612
5
Norway Norway
733
6
United States of America,USA United States of America
402
7
Switzerland Switzerland
353
8
Slovenia Slovenia
200
9
Serbia Serbia
132
10
Germany Germany
113
11
Croatia Croatia
101
12
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
023
13
Luxembourg Luxembourg
011
14
Poland Poland
002
14
Finland Finland
002
16
Bulgaria Bulgaria
001

The athlete who won more in the slalom competition was Ingemar Stenmark (SWE, 5), followed by Alberto Tomba (ITA) and Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) with 3 wins.

The top-10 of the slalom winners:

Athlete123
1
Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
530
2
Italy Alberto Tomba
340
3
Norway Henrik Kristoffersen
311
4
Austria Marcel Hirscher
220
5
France Charles Bozon
210
6
Norway Finn-Christian Jagge
201
6
Austria Thomas Sykora
201
8
United States of America,USA Bode Miller
200
8
Austria Josl Rieder
200
8
Slovenia Jure Kosir
200
8
Switzerland Daniel Yule
200

Ranking Giant Slalom

The Austrian athletes won 9 giant slaloms, ahead of Italy (8) and France (6).

Country123
1
Austria Austria
976
2
Italy Italy
8814
3
France France
635
4
Sweden Sweden
401
5
Switzerland Switzerland
372
6
Germany Germany
120
7
United States of America,USA United States of America
010
7
Russian Federation,Russia Russian Federation
010
9
Switzerland Switzerland
010
9
Canada Canada
010
11
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
001
11
Serbia Serbia
001
11
Japan Japan
001

Ingemar Stenmark also leads the giant slalom ranking with 3 wins, followed by Italian Gustav Thoeni (2).

The top-10 of the giant slalom winners:

Athlete123
1
Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
300
2
Italy Gustav Thoeni
201
3
Italy Bruno Alberti
121
4
Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann
110
4
Austria Ernst Hinterseer
110
4
Austria Heini Messner
110
4
Austria Karl Schranz
110
4
Italy Paride Milianti
110
9
France Guy Perillat
101
9
Austria Josl Rieder
101
9
Italy Piero Gros
101

Ranking Super-G

3Tre features 3 Super-G won by Italian Michael Mair, Swiss Pirmin Zurbriggen and Marc Girardelli.

Country123
1
Switzerland Switzerland
122
2
Italy Italy
100
2
Luxembourg Luxembourg
100
4
Austria Austria
011
Athlete123
1
Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen
111
2
Luxembourg Marc Girardelli
100
2
Italy Michael Mair
100
4
Austria Martin Hangl
011
5
Austria Hans Enn
010

Ranking Downhill

The Austrian movement dominates the Downhill ranking at 3Tre with 9 wins, ahead of Swiss and Italy (5).

Country123
1
Austria Austria
989
2
Switzerland Switzerland
562
3
Italy Italy
546
4
Germany Germany
300
5
France France
143
6
Norway Norway
011
7
United States of America,USA United States of America
002

With two wins achieved in Madonna, German Wolfgang Barthels is the unique athlete to conquer the 3Tre downhill at least twice.

Athlete123
1
Germany Wolfgang Barthels
200
2
Switzerland Egon Zimmermann
120
3
Italy Bruno Alberti
112
4
Switzerland Joos Minsh
110
4
Switzerland Willy Forrer
110

Ranking Alpine Combined

Austria dominates the Combined ranking with 12 wins. Behind the Austrian team, second place for Italy (9) followed by Switzerland and Sweden (3).

Country123
1
Austria Austria
12107
2
Italy Italy
977
3
Switzerland Switzerland
336
4
Sweden Sweden
311
5
Germany Germany
203
6
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
202
7
France France
164
8
Serbia Serbia
021
9
United States of America,USA United States of America
020
10
Canada Canada
011

Swede Ingemar Stenmark leads the combined ranking with 3 wins in Madonna.

The top-10 of the Combined winners:

Athlete123
1
Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
301
2
Italy Gustav Thoeni
210
2
Italy Heini Messner
210
4
Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel
201
5
Italy Hermann Nogler
200
5
Austria Karl Schranz
200
7
Austria Ernst Hinterseer
110
7
Austria Josl Rieder
110
9
Italy Carlo Senoner
101
9
Austria Pepi Gramshammer
101

Ranking Parallel Slalom

Ingemar Stenmark won the Parallel slalom in 1978 preceding Italians Bernardi and Trojer.

Country123
1
Sweden Sweden
100
2
Italy Italy
011
Athlete123
1
Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
100
2
Italy Mauro Bernardi
010
3
Italy Carlo Trojer
001
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