Jean-Claude Killy

France

Alpine Skiing

B: August 30, 1943

1968 Triple Olympic Champion

Killy is arguably the best skier in history. He won gold medals in the downhill and combined events at the 1966 World Championships. Killy won all three gold medals at the 1968 Winter Olympic Games in Grenoble, France. He was also the winner of the first World Cup in 1967-68. Killy later became instrumental in the founding of the professional skiing circuit in the United States in the early 70's. Killy was the co-president of the 1992 Winter Olympic Organizing Committee in Albertville and served as a member of the International Olympic Committee from 1995 to 2008.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT

PLACE

POINTS

MONEY

EVENT WINS
1973 Final

2

28

$23,400

None
1974 Preliminary 3

9

2

$1,000

None
1975 European Heat 5
3
39
£1,000
Rowing, Cycling
1982 Preliminary 2

4

27

$2,700

Swimming, Bike Race
TOTALS

96

$27,100
+£1,000

4


PERSONAL BESTS
Swimming - 50 Meters

33.17

1974 Preliminary 3
Swimming - 100 Meters

1:22.18

1974 Preliminary 3
Tennis
5th
1975 European Heat 5
Weight Lifting

140

1973 Final
Weight Lifting - Clean & Jerk
60.0
1975 European Heat 5
Shooting
65
1975 European Heat 5
Soccer Penalties (out of 5)
3
1975 European Heat 5
Bowling
143
1974 Preliminary 3
Rowing - 150 Meters
53.2
1975 European Heat 5
Golf - 9 holes

55

1973 Final
Table Tennis

2nd

1973 Final
100 Yard Dash

11.7

1973 Final
100 Meter Dash
12.3
1975 European Heat 5
Bike Race - 1/2 Mile

1:25.4

1973 Final
Bike Race - Mile

3:22.6

1973 Final
Cycling - 800 Meters
1:13.2
1975 European Heat 5
Points Scored (8 of 10 events)
39
1975 European Heat 5
Points Scored

28

1973 Final


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