Craig Branch

Triple Olympian Craig Branch made his Olympic debut at the 2002 Salt Lake City Games, competing in the alpine skiing disciplines of downhill, Super G and super combined. He then competed at the Torino 2006 Games (32nd - downhill) and at the Vancouver 2010 Games where he placed 29th in the Super G and 34th in the downhill.

His best Olympic result of the three Games was in the Super G at 2002 Salt Lake City where he finished 27th. With a career hampered by several injuries, Branch represented Australia at five World Championships with his best downhill performance a 26th, recorded both in Vail / Beaver Creek in 1999 and St Anton in 2001. At the St Anton world titles he also placed 14th in combined.

Olympic Results

2010 Vancouver

Downhill - Men
Final +2.88 1:57.19 34
Final Placing 34 / 64
Super G - Men
Final +2.55 1:32.89 29
Final Placing 29 / 64

2006 Torino

Downhill - Men
Final +3.75 1:52.55 32
Final Placing 32 / 55

2002 Salt Lake City

Downhill - Men
Final +6.21 1:45.34 45
Final Placing 45 / 54
Super Combined - Men
Downhill DSQ
Final Placing /
Super G - Men
Final +5.57 1:27.15 27
Final Placing 27 / 55