11 de mar de 2011

Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup - Men's Downhill



        No dia 11 de Março durante Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup ocorreu Men's Downhill em Kvitfjell, Noruega. Beat Feuz da Suiça ficou com o 1° lugar, Erik Guay da Canadá ficou com o 2° lugar e Michael Walchhofer ficou com o 3° lugar.


 Erik Guay, Beat Feuz, Michael Walchhofer

 
Rank
Bib
FIS Code
Name
Nation
Total Time
FIS Points
 1
 5
 511383
SUI 
 1:47.39
 0.00
 2
 8
 102263
CAN 
 1:47.44
 0.62
 3
 21
 50041
AUT 
 1:47.50
 1.36
 4
 19
 51215
AUT 
 1:47.57
 2.23
 5
 22
 510030
SUI 
 1:47.63
 2.97
 6
 1
 192932
FRA 
 1:47.78
 4.83
 7
 16
 50753
AUT 
 1:47.85
 5.70
 8
 4
 511139
SUI 
 1:47.95
 6.94
 9
 13
 560332
SLO 
 1:48.00
 7.55
 10
 6
 102271
CAN 
 1:48.15
 9.41
 11
 17
 511313
SUI 
 1:48.17
 9.66
 12
 11
 560447
SLO 
 1:48.22
 10.28
 13
 10
 191740
FRA 
 1:48.30
 11.27
 14
 20
 510890
SUI 
 1:48.44
 13.00
 15
 30
 51327
AUT 
 1:48.51
 13.87
 16
 7
 191591
FRA 
 1:48.57
 14.61
 17
 49
 150398
CZE 
 1:48.67
 15.85
 18
 53
 103271
CAN 
 1:48.74
 16.72
 18
 12
 192746
FRA 
 1:48.74
 16.72
 20
 3
 511529
SUI 
 1:48.75
 16.84
 21
 32
 421483
NOR 
 1:48.80
 17.46
 22
 2
 510747
SUI 
 1:48.86
 18.21
 23
 39
 561067
SLO 
 1:48.88
 18.45
 24
 28
 380260
CRO 
 1:48.89
 18.58
 25
 24
 533866
USA 
 1:48.95
 19.32
 26
 9
 293006
ITA 
 1:48.99
 19.82
 27
 48
 534939
USA 
 1:49.04
 20.43
 28
 18
 421328
NOR 
 1:49.05
 20.56
 29
 25
 510767
SUI 
 1:49.06
 20.68
 30
 38
 50742
AUT 
 1:49.08
 20.93
 31
 15
 292455
ITA 
 1:49.13
 21.55
 32
 40
 53981
AUT 
 1:49.16
 21.92
 33
 54
 293550
ITA 
 1:49.19
 22.29
 33
 27
 191964
FRA 
 1:49.19
 22.29
 35
 31
 201606
GER 
 1:49.22
 22.66
 36
 42
 380292
CRO 
 1:49.40
 24.89
 37
 14
 292514
ITA 
 1:49.42
 25.14
 38
 36
 53837
AUT 
 1:49.66
 28.11
 39
 51
 561216
SLO 
 1:49.71
 28.73
 40
 29
 501076
SWE 
 1:49.72
 28.86
 41
 43
 180570
FIN 
 1:49.74
 29.10
 42
 46
 930024
USA 
 1:49.82
 30.09
 43
 34
 294277
ITA 
 1:49.97
 31.95
 44
 45
 294911
ITA 
 1:50.13
 33.93
 45
 50
 561087
SLO 
 1:50.15
 34.18
 46
 47
 100558
CAN 
 1:50.49
 38.39
 47
 26
 500150
SWE 
 1:50.61
 39.88
 48
 33
 534562
USA 
 1:50.70
 40.99
 49
 55
 501230
SWE 
 1:50.74
 41.49
 50
 44
 53936
AUT 
 1:50.82
 42.48
 51
 56
 103656
CAN 
 1:50.95
 44.09
 52
 52
 194167
FRA 
 1:51.39
 49.54
 53
 57
 531799
USA 
 1:51.45
 50.28
 54
 35
 510498
SUI 
 1:51.49
 50.78

Did not finish 1st run

 41
 53817
AUT 



 37
 511142
SUI 



 23
 291459
ITA 




Beat Feuz - SUI



“I felt confident prior the race, I knew I had a good chance for a top-position with my low start-number and I achieved a very clean and precise run,” he told the press afterwards. “I surely didn’t expect to win that race so it’s a pretty exciting moment for me, I have been rewarded for all the tough moments I had to go through a few years ago,” he added.
“Of course the race condition have been favourable for me today, but that’s part of the game in our sport, I have been racing very often too with high numbers which prevented me to show my potential. With the same number as today, I could have been for sure much faster at Garmisch-Partenkirchen.”
“To come ahead of the new World Champion and such a great specialist as Walchhofer is pretty incredible too. I guess I’ll always remember that day,”


 Erik Guay - CAN



“Of course I could be upset to have lost the race by only a few hundredths but on the other hand it’s great to have been able to confirm my recent victory in Germany with this podium result,” he said. “I lost several weeks after the races at Val Gardena because of my bad back so I can be very satisfied with my recent performances,” Guay also commented.
“I have a good chance now to qualify in downhill for the Finals at Lenzerheide, I was my main goal coming here. Apparently this place is good for our team which has done pretty well on that slope in recent seasons. It gives me much confidence for the coming races.”

Michael Walchhofer - AUS


“This is a very important result for me, I have had such a frustrating period this year after my great wins in November and December,” he said. “I wanted to end the season and my career on a high note and I’m very happy to still have a chance to fight for the cup until the Finals. The conditions were difficult for the late starters because of the poor visibility. It was pretty dark when I started but at least I managed to be faster than Didier Cuche who was skiing in the same conditions. It’s good for my moral.”


Fotos: Jonas Ericsson/Agence Zoom/Getty Images Europe

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