26 de fev de 2012

Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2012 - Men's Giant Slalom

Fritz Dopfer

Didier Defago

Marcel Mathis

Philipp Schoerghofer


        Hoje foi o último dia de competição do Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup - Men's Giant Slalom  em Crans-Montana, Suiça.  Massimiliano Blardone da Itália fez uma excelente primeira descida e consegiu uma boa segunda e com isso ficou com o 1° lugar. Marcel Hirscher da Áustria ficou com o 2° lugar e Hannes Reichelt também da Áustria ficou com o 3° lugar.
 
Marcel Hirscher, Massimiliano Blardone, Hannes Reichelt

Massimiliano Blardone


Rank Bib FIS Code Name Year Nation Run 1 Run 2 Total Time FIS Points
 1  4  292000 BLARDONE Massimiliano  1979  ITA   1:15.27  1:18.50  2:33.77  0.00
 2  1  53831 HIRSCHER Marcel  1989  AUT   1:15.25  1:18.68  2:33.93  0.91
 3  12  50742 REICHELT Hannes  1980  AUT   1:16.73  1:17.86  2:34.59  4.64
 4  30  192665 GRANGE Jean-Baptiste  1984  FRA   1:17.68  1:17.05  2:34.73  5.43
 5  26  510727 DEFAGO Didier  1977  SUI   1:17.14  1:17.62  2:34.76  5.60
 6  5  51007 SCHOERGHOFER Philipp  1983  AUT   1:16.69  1:18.11  2:34.80  5.83
 7  23  53985 MATHIS Marcel  1991  AUT   1:17.52  1:17.34  2:34.86  6.17
 8  13  202462 DOPFER Fritz  1987  GER   1:16.92  1:18.05  2:34.97  6.79
 9  3  534562 LIGETY Ted  1984  USA   1:16.47  1:18.59  2:35.06  7.30
 10  15  180534 SANDELL Marcus  1987  FIN   1:17.93  1:17.19  2:35.12  7.64
 11  10  194364 PINTURAULT Alexis  1991  FRA   1:16.68  1:18.47  2:35.15  7.81
 12  25  420148 KARLSEN Truls Ove  1975  NOR   1:17.58  1:17.60  2:35.18  7.98
 13  6  191423 RICHARD Cyprien  1979  FRA   1:16.19  1:19.02  2:35.21  8.15
 14  18  192506 MISSILLIER Steve  1984  FRA   1:17.51  1:17.77  2:35.28  8.54
 15  16  510030 CUCHE Didier  1974  SUI   1:16.52  1:18.77  2:35.29  8.60
 16  29  510997 BERTHOD Marc  1983  SUI   1:18.22  1:17.09  2:35.31  8.71
 17  11  50625 RAICH Benjamin  1978  AUT   1:16.46  1:18.86  2:35.32  8.77
 18  21  191746 DE TESSIERES Gauthier  1981  FRA   1:17.95  1:17.57  2:35.52  9.90
 19  28  531799 FORD Tommy  1989  USA   1:17.76  1:17.78  2:35.54  10.01
 20  20  990048 BORSOTTI Giovanni  1990  ITA   1:17.44  1:18.17  2:35.61  10.41
 21  7  421483 JANSRUD Kjetil  1985  NOR   1:17.43  1:18.38  2:35.81  11.54
 22  24  534959 JITLOFF Tim  1985  USA   1:18.18  1:17.84  2:36.02  12.73
 23  19  292491 MOELGG Manfred  1982  ITA   1:17.80  1:18.28  2:36.08  13.07
 23  9  51215 BAUMANN Romed  1986  AUT   1:16.75  1:19.33  2:36.08  13.07
 25  8  292120 SIMONCELLI Davide  1979  ITA   1:16.36  1:19.73  2:36.09  13.13
 26  14  511313 JANKA Carlo  1986  SUI   1:17.49  1:18.90  2:36.39  14.82
 27  37  561032 JAZBEC Janez  1984  SLO   1:17.93  1:19.18  2:37.11  18.90
 28  17  501017 MYHRER Andre  1983  SWE   1:17.96  1:22.27  2:40.23  36.55
 29  39  202437 LUITZ Stefan  1992  GER   1:18.06  1:22.37  2:40.43  37.68
Disqualified 1st run
   52  103676 BROWN Philip  1991  CAN         
Did not qualify for 2nd run
   67  660021 DANILOCHKIN Yuri  1991  BLR         
   65  380292 ZRNCIC-DIM Natko  1986  CRO         
   64  30149 SIMARI BIRKNER Cristian Javier  1980  ARG         
   60  531452 BIESEMEYER Thomas  1989  USA         
   59  192504 MERMILLOD BLONDIN Thomas  1984  FRA         
   58  990081 CASSE Mattia  1990  ITA         
   57  511634 SPESCHA Christian  1989  SUI         
   56  100558 COOK Dustin  1989  CAN         
   54  293550 MARSAGLIA Matteo  1985  ITA         
   51  421946 KRISTIANSEN Emil Bjoertomt  1990  NOR         
   48  51159 NOESIG Christoph  1985  AUT         
   47  700830 ZAMPA Adam  1990  SVK         
   42  481148 MAYTAKOV Sergei  1990  RUS         
   41  290693 PLONER Alexander  1978  ITA         
   40  201702 NEUREUTHER Felix  1984  GER         
   38  192653 FREY Thomas  1984  FRA         
   35  194495 FAIVRE Mathieu  1992  FRA         
   33  192746 THEAUX Adrien  1984  FRA         
   31  511383 FEUZ Beat  1987  SUI         
Did not finish 2nd run
   2  421328 SVINDAL Aksel Lund  1982  NOR         
Did not finish 1st run
   66  530939 WEIBRECHT Andrew  1986  USA         
   63  910004 DEFLORIAN Mirko  1980  MDA         
   62  53902 MAYER Matthias  1990  AUT         
   61  180570 ROMAR Andreas  1989  FIN         
   55  51401 GRAF Bernhard  1988  AUT         
   53  191778 PICHOT Sebastien  1981  FRA         
   50  511852 CAVIEZEL Gino  1992  SUI         
   49  150644 KRYZL Krystof  1986  CZE         
   46  990116 DE ALIPRANDINI Luca  1990  ITA         
   45  511638 TUMLER Thomas  1989  SUI         
   44  421859 NILSEN Markus  1989  NOR         
   43  292967 EISATH Florian  1984  ITA         
   36  421669 HAUGEN Leif Kristian  1987  NOR         
   34  510993 ALBRECHT Daniel  1983  SUI         
   32  293006 INNERHOFER Christof  1984  ITA         
   27  101895 ROY Jean-Philippe  1979  CAN         
   22  501324 OLSSON Matts  1988  SWE       

Massimiliano Blardone - ITA
Massimiliano Blardone

Massimiliano Blardone

Massimiliano Blardone

This has been such a beautiful season for me, Blardone said. After struggling for a long time, two victories and two more podiums make me very, very happy. Today the snow was the biggest challenge; it was soft and difficult so managing to keep my advantage is just great.
My family will be expanding in a few months, and I would never have thought that that would have worked as such a good motivation. I have a bigger responsibility than the one for myself now, I need to finish my house and be able to have everything ready for the new situation. I’m in a good place with my skiing now and I hope the result will just keep coming- if I would have known things would work like this for me, I might have started a family way earlier, Blardone jokes about the why he is back on top of his game this season


Marcel Hirscher - AUT
Marcel Hirscher

Marcel Hirscher

Marcel Hirscher

This was a difficult race and I think that being able to still win some important points is what matters,Hirscher said. As in the Super G, the most important is making it down without injuries, there were plenty of guys that got in trouble coming down.


Hannes Reichelt - AUT
Hannes Reichelt

Hannes Reichelt
Hannes Reichelt
I think I had a really good run, Raichelt said.  I focused on what I needed to do in order to be fast and tried to work on those details on my way down. I was able to avoid any major mistakes and can say that I am leaving for Kvitfjell with a nice satisfaction.

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