DECEMBER 22nd, 2018

3Tre Madonna di
Campiglio

The 3Tre Records

The 3Tre history features

58 slaloms, 31 giant slaloms, 23 downhills,  32 combined competitions, 3 superG e 1 parallel.
Moreover,  3 female slaloms and 2 female giant slaloms.

 

Slalom

 

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

This is the country list with the first, second and third places:


Italy 15-15-15
France 9-9-6
Sweden 9-5-2
Austria 8-16-12
Norway 6-1-3
USA 4-0-2
Switzerland 2-5-3
Slovenia 2-0-0
Yugoslavia 1-3-2
Germany 1-1-3
Croatia 1-0-1
Liechtenstein 0-2-3
Luxembourg 0-1-1
Poland 0-0-2
Bulgaria 0-0-2
Finland 0-0-1

The athlet who won more in the slalom competition was Ingemar Stenmark (SWE, 5), follewed by Alberto Tomba (ITA, 3) and by a group composed by F.C. Jagge (NOR), J. Riedler (AUT), Jure Kosir (SLO), T. Sykora (AUT), Bode Miller (USA), Charles Bozon (FRA) and Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) with 2 wins each one.

This is the list of the top ten slalom champions of 3Tre:
Ingemar Stenmark (SWE) 5-3-0
Alberto Tomba (ITA) 3-4-0

Marcel Hirscher (AUT) 2-2-0
Charles Bozon (FRA) 2-1-0

Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) 2-0-1
Fin Chr. Jagge (NOR) 2-0-1
Thomas Sykora (AUT) 2-0-1
Bode Miller (USA) 2-0-0
Josl Rieder (AUT) 2-0-0
Jure Kosir (SLO) 2-0-0

Giant slalom

 

The Austrian athlets won 9 giant slaloms, the Italian 8 and the French 6:

Austria 9-7-6
Italy 8-8-14
France 6-3-5
Sweden 4-0-1
Switzerland 3-7-2
Germany 1-2-0
USA 0-1-0
URSS 0-1-0
Switzerland 0-1-0
Canada 0-1-0
Liechtenstein 0-0-1
Yugoslavia 0-0-1
Japan 0-0-1

Ingemar Stenmark won the most number of wins (3) also in the giant competition, folllowed by the Italian Gustav Thoeni (2)

Ingemar Stenmark (SWE) 3-0-0
Gustav Thoeni (ITA) 2-0-1
Bruno Alberti (ITA) 1-2-1
Ed. Bruggmann (SUI) 1-1-0
Ernst Hinterseer (AUT) 1-1-0
Heini Messner (AUT) 1-1-0
Karl Schranz (AUT) 1-1-0
Paride Milianti (ITA) 1-1-0
Guy Perillat (FRA) 1-0-1
Josl Rieder (AUT) 1-0-1
Piero Gros (ITA) 1-0-1

Down hill

 

The Austrian school won 9 down hills, followed by Switzerland and Italy

Austria 9-8-9
Switzerland 5-6-2
Italy 5-4-6
Germany 3-0-0
France 1-4-3
Norway 0-1-1
USA 0-0-2

The German Wolfgang Barthels is the athlet who won more down hills in 3Tre competition.

All the other winners won only one time each one.

Wolfgang Barthels (BRD) 2-0-0
E. Zimmermann II (AUT) 1-2-0
Bruno Alberti (ITA) 1-1-2
Joos Minsh (SUI) 1-1-0
Willy Forrer (SUI) 1-1-0
Ernst Hinterseer (AUT) 1-0-2
Karl Schranz (AUT) 1-0-2
Bernard Russi (SUI) 1-0-1
Heini Messner (AUT) 1-0-1

Combined competition

 

Austria is definitely the first country in the combined competition, as shown in the following list:

Austria 12-10-7
Italy 9-7-7
Switzerland 3-3-6
Sweden 3-1-1
Germany 2-0-3
Liechtenstein 2-0-2
France 1-6-4
Yugoslavia 0-2-1
USA 0-2-0
Canada 0-1-1

Ingemar Stenmark (SWE) is first in this classification as well with 3 wins, followed by Hermann Nogler, Gustav Thoeni (ITA), Heini Messner, Karl Schranz (AUT) and Andreas Wenzel (LIE) with 2 wins each one.

Ingemar Stenmark (SWE) 3-0-1
Gustav Thoeni (ITA) 2-1-0
Heini Messner (AUT) 2-1-0
Andreas Wenzel (LIE) 2-0-1
Hermann Nogler (ITA) 2-0-0
Karl Schranz (AUT) 2-0-0
Ernst Hinterseer (AUT) 1-1-0
Josl Rieder (AUT) 1-1-0
Carlo Senoner (ITA) 1-0-1
P. Gramshammer (AUT) 1-0-1

SuperG

 

Mair, Zurbriggen and Girardelli were the winners of the 3Tre three superG:

Switzerland 1-2-2
Italy 1-0-0
Luxembourg 1-0-0
Austria 0-1-1

P. Zurbriggen (SUI) 1-1-1
Marc Girardelli (LUX) 1-0-0
Michael Mair (ITA) 1-0-0
Martin Hangl (AUT) 0-1-1
Hans Enn (AUT) 0-1-0
Leonard Stock (AUT) 0-0-1

Parallel slalom

 

Ingemar Stenmark (SWE) won  the parallel on December 1978, followed by the  Italian Bernardi and Trojer.

Sweden 1-0-0
Italy 0-1-1

Ingemar Stenmark (SWE) 1-0-0
Mauro Bernardi (ITA) 0-1-0
Carlo Trojer (ITA) 0-0-1

Totally the 3Tre podiums are 145, as follow:

Austria 38-42-35

Italy 38-35-43
France 17-22-18
Sweden 17-6-4
Switzerland 14-24-15
Germany 7-3-6

Norway 6-2-4
USA 4-3-4
Liechtenstein 2-2-6
Slovenia 2-0-0
Yugoslavia 1-5-4
Luxembourg 1-1-1
Croatia 1-0-1
Canada 0-2-1
URSS 0-1-0
Poland  0-0-2
Bulgaria 0-0-2
Finland 0-0-1
Japan 0-0-1

In the 3Tre total classification, the athlet that won more was Ingemar Stenmark (SWE), with 12 first places in the different competitions.

Ingemar Stenmark (SWE) 12-3-1
Gustav Thoeni (ITA) 5-3-2
Josl Rieder (AUT) 4-3-1
Heini Messner (AUT) 4-2-1
Karl Schranz (AUT) 4-1-2
Alberto Tomba (ITA) 3-4-0
Ernst Hinterseer (AUT) 3-3-2
Guy Perillat (FRA) 3-1-1
Guido Ghedina (ITA) 3-1-0
Renè Rey (SUI) 3-1-0

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