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Olympic medal record
Women's Alpine Skiing
Silver 1984 Sarajevo Downhill
Bronze 1988 Calgary Alpine Combined
Bronze 1988 Calgary Giant Slalom
World Championships
Gold 1987 Crans-Montana Downhill
Gold 1987 Crans-Montana Super-G
Gold 1989 Vail Downhill
Bronze 1987 Crans-Montana Giant Slalom

Maria Walliser (born 27 May 1963) is a Swiss former alpine skier.

Together with her fellow Swiss Erika Hess, Michela Figini and Vreni Schneider she dominated the female alpine skiing during the 1980s. Among her successes, she won two overall World Cups (1986 and 1987), with a total of 37 individual victories.

Walliser won also three World titles in 1987 and 1989, as well as three Olympic medals at Calgary 1988 and Albertville 1992.

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World Cup victories

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Overall and single discipline results

Season Discipline
1984 Downhill
1986 Overall
1986 Downhill
1986 Combined
1987 Overall
1987 Super-G
1987 Giant Slalom

Individual races

Date Location Race
January 21, 1983 France Megève Downhill
February 5, 1983 Yugoslavia Sarajevo Downhill
March 17, 1983 Japan Furano Downhill
December 3, 1983 France Val-d'Isère Downhill
December 21, 1983 Austria Haus Downhill
January 21, 1984 Switzerland Verbier Downhill
January 25, 1985 Switzerland Arosa Downhill
March 3, 1985 United States Vail Combined
March 8, 1985 Canada Sunshine Downhill
January 11, 1986 Austria Bad Gastein Downhill
January 12, 1986 Austria Bad Gastein Combined
February 5, 1986 Italy Valzoldana Giant Slalom
March 1, 1986 Japan Furano Downhill
March 8, 1986 Canada Sunshine Downhill
March 9, 1986 Canada Sunshine Combined
December 6, 1986 France Val d'Isère Super-G
December 17, 1986 Italy Piancavallo Super-G
December 18, 1986 Italy Piancavallo Giant Slalom
December 20, 1986 Italy Valzoldana Giant Slalom
January 6, 1987 Austria Saalbach-Hinterglemm Super-G
18 January 1987 Germany Bischofswiesen Giant Slalom
February 27, 1987 Germany Zwiesel Giant Slalom
March 15, 1987 United States Vail Super-G
December 4, 1987 France Val-d'Isère Downhill
December 18, 1987 Italy Piancavallo Downhill
January 16, 1988 Switzerland Zinal Downhill
January 23, 1988 Austria Bad Gastein Downhill
December 10, 1988 Austria Altenmarkt Downhill
January 20, 1989 France Tignes Downhill
February 19, 1989 Canada Lake Louise Super-G
March 4, 1989 United States Park City Giant Slalom
March 10, 1989 Japan Furano Downhill
March 11, 1989 Japan Furano Giant Slalom
December 8, 1989 United States Steamboat Springs Downhill
December 9, 1989 United States Steamboat Springs, Colorado Super-G
January 13, 1990 Austria Haus Downhill
January 20, 1990 Italy Piancavallo Downhill

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Awards
Preceded by
Switzerland Michela Figini
Swiss Sportswoman of the Year
1986 – 1987
Succeeded by
Switzerland Vreni Schneider

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