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The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1996 were held 12–25 February in Spain at Sierra Nevada near Granada city. The championships were to be held in 1995, but were postponed due to lack of snow.[1]

Men's competitions

Downhill

Date: February 17

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Austria Patrick Ortlieb 2:00.17
2 Italy Kristian Ghedina 2:00.44
3 France Luc Alphand 2:00.45

Super-G

Date: February 13

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Norway Atle Skårdal 1:21.80
2 Sweden Patrik Järbyn 1:22.09
3 Norway Kjetil André Aamodt 1:22.11

Giant Slalom

Date: February 23

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Italy Alberto Tomba 1:58.63
2 Switzerland Urs Kälin 1:59.07
3 Switzerland Michael von Grünigen 1:59.45

Slalom

Date: February 25

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Italy Alberto Tomba 1:42.26
2 Austria Mario Reiter 1:42.57
3 Switzerland Michael von Grünigen 1:42.81

Combination

Date: February 19

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Luxembourg Marc Girardelli 3:31.95
2 Norway Lasse Kjus 3:32.20
3 Austria Günther Mader 3:32.93

Women's competitions

Downhill

Date: February 18

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 United States Picabo Street 1:54.06
2 Germany Katja Seizinger 1:54.63
3 United States Hilary Lindh 1:54.70

Super-G

Date: February 12

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Italy Isolde Kostner 1:21.00
2 Switzerland Heidi Zurbriggen 1:21.66
3 United States Picabo Street 1:21.71

Giant Slalom

Date: February 22

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Italy Deborah Compagnoni 2:10.74
2 Switzerland Karin Roten 2:11.09
3 Germany Martina Ertl 2:11.44

Slalom

Date: February 24

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Sweden Pernilla Wiberg 1:31.46
2 France Patricia Chauvet 1:32.32
3 Slovenia Urška Hrovat 1:32.33

Combination

Date: February 19

Placing Country Athlete Time
1 Sweden Pernilla Wiberg 3:19.68
2 Austria Anita Wachter 3:21.73
3 Norway Marianne Kjørstad 3:22.35

Medals table

Place Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 4 1 - 5
2  Sweden 2 1 - 3
3  Austria 1 2 1 4
4  Norway 1 1 2 4
5  United States 1 - 2 3
6  Luxembourg 1 - - 1
7   Switzerland - 3 2 5
8  Germany - 1 1 2
 France - 1 1 2
10  Slovenia - - 1 1

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Coordinates: 37°05′N 3°24′W / 37.09°N 3.40°W / 37.09; -3.40