OLYMPIC SCOREBOARD

February 13, 1956

RECORD BREAKERS
Sigge Ericsson, Swedish speed skater, posted excellent time of 16:35.9 in 10,000-meter to break Olympic record and end Russian speed-skating monopoly. Second for silver: Knut Johannssen, Norway, in 16:36.9; third for bronze: Oleg Goncharenko, Russia, 16:42.3.

ALPINE SKIING

Toni Sailer, Austria, who won giant slalom last week, came back to take special slalom with total time of 3:14.7 for two runs over course. Second: Chiharu Igaya, Japan. Third: Stig Sollander, Sweden.

Three days later Sailer streaked home first in rugged downhill race to become only triple winner of current Olympics and fourth in entire history of Winter Games (the others, all Norwegian: Torleif Haug in 1924; Ivan Ballangrud in 1936: and Hjalmar Anderson in 1952). Sailer's time for 3,622-yard course—2:52.2. Silver medalist: Raymond Fellay, Switzerland, 2:55.7; Bronze: Anderl Molterer, Austria, 2:56.3.

Madeleine Berthod, 25-year-old Swiss farm girl, won easy victory in women's downhill, finishing 4.7 seconds ahead of nearest competitor. Second for silver medal : Frieda Danzer, Switzerland, with time of 1:45.4. Bronze: Lucille Wheeler, Canada.

BOBSLEDDING
Franz Kapus, Switzerland, took lead in first two heats, then held off challenge by Eugenio Monti of Italy to win four-man event with total time of 5:10.44 for four runs over dangerously rutted course. Time for Runner-up Monti—5:12.10. Third: Art Tyler, of U.S., in 5:12.39.

FIGURE SKATERS

Hayes Jenkins piled up early lead with precise school figures, then held off free-skating challenge by Ronnie Robertson to win gold medal in men's figure skating with total of 166.4 points. Robertson took second-place silver medal with 165.7 points. Third for bronze: Dave Jenkins, younger brother of winner, with 162.8 points.

Tenley Albright, of Newton Centre, Mass., ignoring "great pain" in right ankle deeply cut during pre-Olympic practice, nosed out 16-year-old Carol Heiss of Ozone Park, N.Y. to win women's title with final score of 169.6. Miss Heiss scored 168.1 points for silver. Third for bronze: Ingrid Wendl, Austria, 159.3 points.

Kurt Oppelt and Sissy Schwartz, Austria, wove intricate pattern of spins, lifts to win pairs title. Second for silver: Norris Bowden, Frances Dafoe of Canada. Bronze: Marianne and Laszlo Nagy, Hungary.

ICE HOCKEY
Russian forwards, led by Vsevelod Bobrov, displayed masterful passing game while Soviet goalie Nikolai Puchkov made series of impossible saves to give Russia five straight victories and gold hockey medal. In fourth game Russia blanked spunky U.S. team 4-0, then clinched triumph in final with 2-0 shutout over Canadians, who had been favored to win their third hockey gold medal since 1936. Biggest surprise was U.S. team, which got three-goal performance from center John Mayasich, tight goal tending by Willard Ikola to upset Canada 4-1 in second game. And on last day U.S. romped over fast-skating Czechs 9-4 to take second place with record of four victories, one defeat. Third: Canada, with three wins, two losses.

NORDIC SKIING

Sverre Stenersen, blond Norwegian businessman, placed second in jump, then won 15-kilometer nordic cross-country race to take gold medal in nordic combined. Silver medal: Bengt Ericsson, Sweden. Bronze: Francis Gasienica, Poland.

Siiri Rantanen overtook Russia's Rosa Erochina on anchor leg to give Finnish team gold medal in women's 15-kilometer relay. Winning time—1:09:01, only 27 seconds better than runner-up Russia. Third, 20 seconds behind Soviets, Sweden.

Sweden's Sixten Jernberg, second in 15- and 30-kilometer races earlier in Games, won gold medal in 50-kilometer with time of 2:50:27. Second in 2:51:45—Veikku Hakulinen, Finland. Third for bronze: Fiodor Terentiev, Russia, in 2:53:52.

In men's 40-kilometer relay, anchor man Veikku Hakulinen made up 56 seconds on Russia's ailing Vladimir Kusin but failed by one minute, one second to keep Soviets from winning. Russia posted time of 2:15:30 in standing off bid by second-place Finns. Third in 2:17:42—Sweden.

Antti Hyvarinen, Finland, swept off Olympic ski jump with spectacular leaps of 265 feet 9 inches and 275 feet seven inches, held near-perfect form throughout to win final gold medal of seventh Winter Games in special jump. Silver medalist: Aulis Kallakorpi, Finland, with jumps of 273 feet 11 inches and 264 feet one inch. Bronze: Harry Glass, Germany, with 273 feet 11 inches and 264 feet.

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FINAL HOCKEY STANDINGS

Team

Won

Lost

Tied

Points

GF

GA

Russia

5

0

0

10

25

5

United States

4

1

0

8

26

12

Canada

3

2

0

6

23

11

Sweden

1

3

1

3

10

17

Czechoslovakia

1

4

0

2

20

30

Germany

0

4

1

1

6

35

Scores of final matches: U.S. 7—Germany 2, U.S.S.R. 4—Sweden 1, Canada 6—Czechoslovakia 3, U.S. 4—Canada 1, U.S.S.R. 8—Germany 0, Sweden 5—Czechoslovakia 0, U.S. 6—Sweden 1, Canada 10—Germany 0. U.S.S.R. 7—Czechoslovakia 4, U.S.S.R. 4—U.S. 0, Canada 6—Sweden 2, Czechoslovakia 9—Germany 3, U.S. 9—Czechoslovakia 4, U.S.S.R. 2—Canada 0, Germany 1—Sweden 1.

COMPLETE RESULTS OF THE SEVENTH WINTER GAMES

EVENTS

GOLD MEDAL
First place

SILVER MEDAL
Second place

BRONZE MEDAL
Third place

CERTIFICATES

BOBSLED
(FOUR-MAN)

FRANZ KAPUS
Switzerland
Time—5:10.44

EUGENIO MONTI
Italy
Time—5:12.1

ART TYLER
U.S.
Time—5:12.39

FOURTH—ANGST
Switzerland
FIFTH—DE MARTIN
Italy
SIXTH—ROESCH
Germany

BOBSLED
(TWO-MAN)

LAMBERTO DALLA COSTA
Italy
Time—5:30.14

EUGENIO MONTI
Italy
Time—5:31.45

MAX ANGST
Switzerland
Time—5:37.46

FOURTH—DE PORTAGO
Spain
FIFTH—WASHBOND
U.S.
SIXTH—TYLER
U.S.

CROSSCOUNTRY
(10-KILOMETER)

LUBOV KOZYREVA
Russia
Time—38:11

ROSA EROCHINA
Russia
Time—38:16

SONJA EDSTROM
Sweden
Time—38:23

FOURTH—KOLCHINA
Russia
FIFTH—RANTANEN
Finland
SIXTH—HIETAMES
Finland

CROSSCOUNTRY
(15-KILOMETER)

HALLGEIR BRENDEN
Norway
Time—49:39

SIXTEN JERNBERG
Sweden
Time—50:14

PAVEL KOLTCHIN
Russia
Time—50:17

FOURTH— HAKULINEN
Finland
FIFTH —BRUSVEEN
Norway
SIXTH STOKKEN
Norway

CROSSCOUNTRY
(15-K. RELAY)

FINLAND
Time—1:09:01

RUSSIA
Time—1:09:28

SWEDEN
Time—1:09:48

FOURTH—NORWAY
FIFTH—POLAND
SIXTH CZECHOSLOVAKIA

CROSSCOUNTRY
(30-KILOMETER)

VEIKKU HAKULINEN
Finland
Time—1:44:06

SIXTEN JERNBERG
Sweden
Time—1:44:30

PAVEL KOLTCHIN
Russia
Time—1:45:45

FOURTH SCHELJUHKIN
Russia
FIFTH—KUSIN
Russia
SIXTH—TERENTIEV Russia

CROSSCOUNTRY
(40-K. RELAY)

RUSSIA
Time—2:15:30

FINLAND
Time—2:16:31

SWEDEN
Time—2:17:42

FOURTH—NORWAY
FIFTH—ITALY
SIXTH—FRANCE

CROSSCOUNTRY
(50-KILOMETER)

SIXTEN JERNBERG
Sweden
Time—2:50:27

VEIKKU HAKULINEN Finland
Time—2:51:45

FIODOR TERENTIEV Russia
Time—2:53:52

FOURTH—KOLEHMAINEN
Finland
FIFTH—SCHELJUHKIN
Russia
SIXTH—KOLTCHIN
Russia

DOWNHILL
(MEN)

TONI SAILER
Austria
Time—2:52.2

RAYMOND FELLAY
Switzerland
Time—2:55.7

ANDERL MOLTERER
Austria
Time—2:56.3

FOURTH STAUB
Switzerland
FIFTH—LANIG
Germany
SIXTH—BURRINI
Italy

DOWNHILL
(WOMEN)

MADELEINE BERTHOD
Switzerland
Time—1:40.7

FRIEDA DANZER
Switzerland
Time—1:45.4

LUCILLE WHEELER
Canada
Time—1:46

FOURTH—MINUZZO-CHENAL
Italy, tied with HOFHERR
Austria
SIXTH—MARCHELLI
Italy

FIGURE SKATING
(MEN)

HAYES JENKINS
U.S.
Points—166.4

RONNIE ROBERTSON
U.S.
Points—165.7

DAVE JENKINS
U.S.
Points—162.8

FOURTH—GILETTI
France
FIFTH—DIVIN
Czechoslovakia
SIXTH—BOOKER
Great Britain

FIGURE SKATING
(WOMEN)

TENLEY ALBRIGHT
U.S.
Points—169.6

CAROL HEISS
U.S.
Points—168.1

INGRID WENDL
Austria
Points—159.3

FOURTH—SUGDEN
Great Britain
FIFTH—EIGEL
Austria
SIXTH—PACHL
Canada

FIGURE SKATING
(PAIRS)

S. SCHWARTZ, K. OPPELT
Austria
Score—14

F. DAFOE, N. BOWDEN
Canada
Score—16

M. NAGY. L. NAGY
Hungary
Score—32

FOURTH—KILIUS, NINGEL
Germany
FIFTH—ORMACA,
GREINER
U.S.
SIXTH—WAGNER, PAUL
Canada

GIANT SLALOM
(MEN)

TONI SAILER
Austria
Time—3:00.1

ANDERL MOLTERER
Austria
Time—3:06.3

WALTER SCHUSTER
Austria
Time—3:07.2

FOURTH—DUVILLARD
France
FIFTH—BOZON
France
SIXTH—HINTERSEER
Austria

GIANT SLALOM (WOMEN)

OSSI REICHERT
Germany
Time—1:56.5

PUTZI FRANDL
Austria
Time—1:57.8

THEA HOCHLEITNER
Austria
Time—1:58.2

FOURTH—LAWRENCE
U.S., tied with BERTHOD Switzerland
SIXTH—WHEELER
Canada

ICE HOCKEY

RUSSIA
5-0-0

UNITED STATES
4-1-0

CANADA
3-2-0

FOURTH—SWEDEN
FIFTH—CZECHOSLOVAKIA
SIXTH—GERMANY

NORDIC COMBINED

SVERRE STENERSEN
Norway
Points—445

BENGT ERICSSON
Sweden
Points—437

FRANCIS GASIENICA
Poland
Points—436.8

FOURTH—KORHONEN
Finland
FIFTH—BARHAUGEN
Norway
SIXTH—KNUTSEN Norway

SLALOM
(MEN)

TONI SAILER
Austria
Time—3:14.7

CHIHARU IGAYA
Japan
Time—3:18.7

STIG SOLLANDER
Sweden
Time—3:20.2

FOURTH—DODGE
U.S.
FIFTH—SCHNEIDER
Switzerland
SIXTH—PASQUIER
France

SLALOM
(WOMEN)

RENEE COLLIARD
Switzerland
Time—1:52.3

REGINA SCHOPF
Austria
Time—1:55.4

EUGENIE SIDOROVA
Russia
Time—1:56.7

FOURTH—MINUZZO CHENAL
Italy
FIFTH—FRANDL
Austria
SIXTH— SANDVIK, BJORNBAKKEN
Norway (tie)

SPECIAL JUMP

ANTTI HYVARINEN
Finland
Points—227

AULIS KALLAKORPI
Finland
Points—225

HARRY GLASS
Germany
Points—224.5

FOURTH—BOLKART
Germany
FIFTH—PETTERSSON
Sweden
SIXTH —DAESCHER Switzerland

SPEED SKATING
(500 METER)

EVGENY GRISHIN Russia
Time—40.2
Olympic, world record

RAFAEL GRATCH
Russia
Time—40.8

ALV GJESTVANG
Norway
Time—41

FOURTH—SERGHEIEV
Russia
FIFTH SALONEN
Finland
SIXTH CAROW
U.S.

SPEED SKATING
(1,500 METER)

E. GRISHIN-Y. MIKHAILOV
Russia
Time—2:08.6 (Tie)
Olympic, world record

(No silver medal awarded because of tie for first)

TOIVO SALONEN
Finland
Time—2:09.4

FOURTH—HARVINEN
Finland
FIFTH—MERCULOV
Russia
SIXTH—ERICSSON
Sweden

SPEED SKATING
(5,000 METER)

BORIS SHILKOV
Russia
Time—7:48.7
Olympic record

SIGGE ERICSSON
Sweden
Time—7:56.7

OLEG GONCHARENKO
Russia
Time—7:57.5

FOURTH—BROEKMAN
Holland, tied with DE GRAAF
Holland
SIXTH—AAS
Norway

SPEED SKATING
(10,000 METER)

SIGGE ERICSSON
Sweden
Time—16:35.9
Olympic record

KNUT JOHANNSEN
Norway
Time—16:36.9

OLEG GONCHARENKO
Russia
Time—16:42.3

FOURTH—HAUGLI
Norway
FIFTH—BROEKMAN
Holland
SIXTH ANDERSEN
Norway

PHOTOGOLD MEDAL FOR FIRST PLACE PHOTOSILVER MEDAL FOR SECOND PLACE PHOTOBRONZE MEDAL FOR THIRD PLACE TWO ILLUSTRATIONS SIX PHOTOS PHOTOKAPUS, SWITZERLAND PHOTO KOZYREVA, RUSSIA PHOTO RANTANEN, FINLAND PHOTO JERNBERG, SWEDEN PHOTO BERTHOD, SWITZ. PHOTO ALBRIGHT, U.S. PHOTO BOBROV, RUSSIA PHOTO STENERSEN, NORWAY PHOTO COLLIARD, SWITZ. PHOTO ERICSSON, SWEDEN PHOTO GRISHIN, RUSSIA PHOTO SHILKOV, RUSSIA

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)