16 de dez de 2011

Audi FIS World Cup - Men's Super Giant Slalom

Tommy Ford

Andreas Romar

Aksel Lund Svinda

Travis Ganong


           Nesta sexta ocorreu mais uma etapa do Audi FIS World Cup - Men's Super Giant Slalom em Val Gardena, Itália. Beat Feuz da Suiça ficou com o 1° lugar, Bode Miller dos USA ficou com o 2° lugar e Kjetil Jansrud da noruega ficou com o 3° lugar.

Bode Miller,  Beat Feuz, Kjetil Jansrud

Beat Feuz




Rank
Bib
Name
Nation
Total Time
FIS Points
 1
 26
FEUZ Beat 
SUI 
 1:21.51
 0.00
 2
 8
MILLER Bode 
USA 
 1:21.81
 3.90
 3
 5
JANSRUD Kjetil 
NOR 
 1:21.95
 5.72
 4
 20
SVINDAL Aksel Lund 
NOR 
 1:22.20
 8.97
 5
 54
FRANZ Max 
AUT 
 1:22.32
 10.53
 6
 6
KEPPLER Stephan 
GER 
 1:22.35
 10.92
 7
 40
ROMAR Andreas 
FIN 
 1:22.37
 11.18
 8
 3
PUCHNER Joachim 
AUT 
 1:22.45
 12.22
 9
 4
SCHEIBER Mario 
AUT 
 1:22.53
 13.26
 10
 25
HUDEC Jan 
CAN 
 1:22.64
 14.70
 10
 15
KROELL Klaus 
AUT 
 1:22.64
 14.70
 12
 7
DEFAGO Didier 
SUI 
 1:22.69
 15.35
 13
 34
OLSSON Hans 
SWE 
 1:22.70
 15.48
 14
 58
STECHERT Tobias 
GER 
 1:22.72
 15.74
 15
 18
THEAUX Adrien 
FRA 
 1:22.75
 16.13
 16
 44
PERKO Rok 
SLO 
 1:22.82
 17.04
 17
 2
KUENG Patrick 
SUI 
 1:22.83
 17.17
 18
 37
MAYER Matthias 
AUT 
 1:22.88
 17.82
 19
 19
CUCHE Didier 
SUI 
 1:22.89
 17.95
 20
 33
WEIBRECHT Andrew 
USA 
 1:22.91
 18.21
 21
 9
VILETTA Sandro 
SUI 
 1:22.92
 18.34
 22
 27
FILL Peter 
ITA 
 1:22.94
 18.60
 23
 24
MARSAGLIA Matteo 
ITA 
 1:22.95
 18.73
 24
 16
INNERHOFER Christof 
ITA 
 1:22.98
 19.12
 24
 13
BAUMANN Romed 
AUT 
 1:22.98
 19.12
 26
 41
MARKIC Gasper 
SLO 
 1:23.01
 19.51
 26
 38
ZRNCIC-DIM Natko 
CRO 
 1:23.01
 19.51
 28
 22
REICHELT Hannes 
AUT 
 1:23.05
 20.03
 29
 61
MAPLE Wiley 
USA 
 1:23.11
 20.81
 30
 55
HOFFMANN Ambrosi 
SUI 
 1:23.23
 22.37
 31
 46
GANONG Travis 
USA 
 1:23.24
 22.50
 31
 35
GRAF Bernhard 
AUT 
 1:23.24
 22.50
 33
 12
GUAY Erik 
CAN 
 1:23.30
 23.28
 34
 11
STREITBERGER Georg 
AUT 
 1:23.34
 23.80
 35
 52
FISHER Erik 
USA 
 1:23.37
 24.19
 36
 53
ROGER Brice 
FRA 
 1:23.42
 24.84
 36
 32
SPORN Andrej 
SLO 
 1:23.42
 24.84
 38
 56
KRAMER Manuel 
AUT 
 1:23.46
 25.36
 39
 10
JANKA Carlo 
SUI 
 1:23.47
 25.49
 40
 28
HEEL Werner 
ITA 
 1:23.48
 25.62
 40
 23
DIXON Robbie 
CAN 
 1:23.48
 25.62
 42
 36
SULLIVAN Marco 
USA 
 1:23.64
 27.70
 43
 29
BERTRAND Yannick 
FRA 
 1:23.65
 27.83
 44
 14
GRUENENFELDER Tobias 
SUI 
 1:23.68
 28.22
 45
 17
KOSTELIC Ivica 
CRO 
 1:23.69
 28.35
 46
 21
RAICH Benjamin 
AUT 
 1:23.71
 28.61
 47
 1
ZURBRIGGEN Silvan 
SUI 
 1:23.73
 28.87
 48
 42
SANDER Andreas 
GER 
 1:23.84
 30.30
 49
 45
KLINE Bostjan 
SLO 
 1:23.85
 30.43
 50
 63
THOMSEN Benjamin 
CAN 
 1:23.92
 31.34
 51
 59
STAUDACHER Patrick 
ITA 
 1:23.93
 31.47
 51
 30
JAERBYN Patrik 
SWE 
 1:23.93
 31.47
 53
 60
CASSE Mattia 
ITA 
 1:23.99
 32.25
 54
 49
KRIZAJ Andrej 
SLO 
 1:24.00
 32.38
 55
 62
KLOTZ Siegmar 
ITA 
 1:24.02
 32.64
 55
 47
BOUILLOT Alexandre 
FRA 
 1:24.02
 32.64
 57
 48
PATSCHEIDER Hagen 
ITA 
 1:24.13
 34.07
 58
 50
BJERKESTRAND Iver 
NOR 
 1:24.20
 34.98
 59
 68
FAYED Guillermo 
FRA 
 1:24.24
 35.50
 60
 43
HELIE Louis-Pierre 
CAN 
 1:24.60
 40.18
 61
 69
DEFLORIAN Mirko 
MDA 
 1:24.87
 43.70
 62
 66
DANILOCHKIN Yuri 
BLR 
 1:25.55
 52.54
 63
 51
PICHOT Sebastien 
FRA 
 1:25.88
 56.83
 64
 65
GEORGIEV Georgi 
BUL 
 1:26.09
 59.56
 65
 67
OLIVERAS Marc 
AND 
 1:27.03
 71.79
Did not finish 1st run
 
 64
CRAWFORD Douglas 
GBR 
 
 57
CLAREY Johan 
FRA 
 
 39
BIESEMEYER Thomas 
USA 
 
 31
FORD Tommy 
USA 


Beat Feuz
Beat Feuz

 Beat Feuz

 Beat Feuz

I have no idea what happened to me, this is unbelievable.
All I know is that while waiting for my run, I heard everyone was coming down so far behind and that Miller’s run was so superior. Than the Swiss guy’s which were already down, told me that you have to risk it all, no holding back. With three podium finishes so far this season, I know I am doing well, but I certainly wasn’t counting on this victory. To win a Super G, the discipline I always believed to be my second best, this is just amazing.

Bode Miller
Bode Miller

Bode Miller

Bode Miller

  On the Saslong you always have to wait till the very end, as even a tiny bit of sun can make a big difference. When the visibility gets better, it is a great advantage on this course and that’s why a few skiers who started late managed to race into the front.


Kjetil Jansrud
Kjetil Jansrud

Kjetil Jansrud

Kjetil Jansrud

 I have never come down and been this forward, but with number five everything was possible. It could have been faster, it could have been slower… With this bib draw it can go either way. You can be the snowplow for everyone else, or you can ski well and have everyone else have ruts later on; you never know until you go.




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