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Cortina 2021: Medal Table of the Alpine World Ski Championships

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last update on Feb 28, 2021

Which nation will win the most medals at the 2021 Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina d'Ampezzo? 13 races are on the schedule – more than ever before. We take a look at the current medal table and have also listed the result of the last World Ski Championships 2019 in Åre as well as the eternal nation ranking of all medal winners.

Medal Table Cortina 2021

Standings after 13 of 13 races:

 NationGSBAll
1.Austria5128
2.Switzerland3159
3.France2125
4.Norway2013
5.USA1124
6.Italy1102
7.Germany0314
8.Slovakia0202
9.Croatia0101
9.Sweden0101

(Two gold medals were awarded in the women's parallel race)

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Medal Table Are 2019

Standings after 11 of 11 races:

 NationGSBAll
1.Switzerland2114
1.Norway2114
3.USA202

4

4.Austria1438
5.Italy1113
5.France1113
5.Slovakia1113
8.Slovenia1102
9.Germany0101
10.Sweden0101


Two silver medals were awarded in the men's super-G.

Eternal Medal Table

Alpine Ski World Championships have been held since 1931. The World Ski Championships in Cortina is the 46th in history. These nations won the most medals so far:

 NationGSBAll
1.Austria9610395294
2.Switzerland666960195
3.France455135131
4.Germany343545114
5.USA28253487
6.Norway23201659
7.Italy21242671
8.Sweden17102148
9.Canada148729
10.Slovenia66214
11.Croatia6129
12.Liechtenstein59721


(Excluding the medals from the cancelled 1941 World Championships in Cortina)

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raphael stafrace2 weeks ago
were are the likes of alberto tomba(italy) nicknamed the bomb
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