10 de mar de 2012

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

Aksel Lund Svindal

Benjamin Raich


Davide Simoncelli

Florian Eisath

Prenom Nom
    
    Neste sábado aconteceu mais uma etapa do Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup - Men's Giant Slalom em Kranjska Gora, Eslovênia. Ted Ligety dos EUA ficou com o 1° lugar, Alexis Pinturault da França ficou com o 2° lugar e  Marcel Hirscher da Áustria ficou com 3° lugar. 

Alexis Pinturault, Ted Ligety, Marcel Hirscher


Rank Bib FIS Code Name Year Nation Run 1 Run 2 Total Time FIS Points
 1  7  534562 LIGETY Ted  1984  USA   1:10.73  1:11.74  2:22.47  0.00
 2  6  194364 PINTURAULT Alexis  1991  FRA   1:12.33  1:11.75  2:24.08  9.83
 3  1  53831 HIRSCHER Marcel  1989  AUT   1:12.34  1:12.16  2:24.50  12.40
 4  3  292000 BLARDONE Massimiliano  1979  ITA   1:11.95  1:12.58  2:24.53  12.58
 5  13  292120 SIMONCELLI Davide  1979  ITA   1:12.36  1:12.51  2:24.87  14.66
 6  28  501324 OLSSON Matts  1988  SWE   1:13.49  1:11.96  2:25.45  18.20
 7  14  202462 DOPFER Fritz  1987  GER   1:13.47  1:12.03  2:25.50  18.50
 8  5  421328 SVINDAL Aksel Lund  1982  NOR   1:13.16  1:12.35  2:25.51  18.56
 9  19  192506 MISSILLIER Steve  1984  FRA   1:13.61  1:11.91  2:25.52  18.62
 10  8  191423 RICHARD Cyprien  1979  FRA   1:12.99  1:12.82  2:25.81  20.40
 11  2  51007 SCHOERGHOFER Philipp  1983  AUT   1:12.96  1:12.88  2:25.84  20.58
 12  22  292491 MOELGG Manfred  1982  ITA   1:13.76  1:12.11  2:25.87  20.76
 12  15  421483 JANSRUD Kjetil  1985  NOR   1:13.43  1:12.44  2:25.87  20.76
 14  10  50625 RAICH Benjamin  1978  AUT   1:13.96  1:11.94  2:25.90  20.95
 15  11  191750 FANARA Thomas  1981  FRA   1:13.18  1:12.78  2:25.96  21.31
 16  20  510727 DEFAGO Didier  1977  SUI   1:13.14  1:12.90  2:26.04  21.80
 17  29  531799 FORD Tommy  1989  USA   1:13.22  1:12.85  2:26.07  21.98
 18  24  192665 GRANGE Jean-Baptiste  1984  FRA   1:13.78  1:12.36  2:26.14  22.41
 19  23  990048 BORSOTTI Giovanni  1990  ITA   1:13.57  1:12.92  2:26.49  24.55
 20  18  501017 MYHRER Andre  1983  SWE   1:13.03  1:13.48  2:26.51  24.67
 21  39  201702 NEUREUTHER Felix  1984  GER   1:14.46  1:12.10  2:26.56  24.98
 22  25  420148 KARLSEN Truls Ove  1975  NOR   1:14.41  1:12.19  2:26.60  25.22
 23  34  194495 FAIVRE Mathieu  1992  FRA   1:14.61  1:12.15  2:26.76  26.20
 24  30  101895 ROY Jean-Philippe  1979  CAN   1:14.37  1:12.56  2:26.93  27.24
 25  17  380260 KOSTELIC Ivica  1979  CRO   1:14.11  1:13.00  2:27.11  28.33
 26  43  511638 TUMLER Thomas  1989  SUI   1:14.32  1:13.07  2:27.39  30.04
 27  12  180534 SANDELL Marcus  1987  FIN   1:13.13  1:14.87  2:28.00  33.77
 28  26  534959 JITLOFF Tim  1985  USA   1:14.13  1:15.42  2:29.55  43.23
 29  9  511313 JANKA Carlo  1986  SUI   1:13.75  1:16.47  2:30.22  47.33
 30  33  510993 ALBRECHT Daniel  1983  SUI   1:14.61  1:29.20  2:43.81  130.31
Disqualified 1st run
   70  561217 KOSI Klemen  1991  SLO         
Did not qualify for 2nd run
   74  380290 SAMSAL Dalibor  1985  CRO         
   73  680053 GELASHVILI Jaba  1993  GEO         
   72  150743 BERNDT Ondrej  1988  CZE         
   71  30149 SIMARI BIRKNER Cristian Javier  1980  ARG         
   69  561161 JAZBEC Patrick  1989  SLO         
   68  910004 DEFLORIAN Mirko  1980  MDA         
   67  293006 INNERHOFER Christof  1984  ITA         
   65  561244 KRANJEC Zan  1992  SLO         
   63  180666 TORSTI Samu  1991  FIN         
   62  531452 BIESEMEYER Thomas  1989  USA         
   61  534507 CHRISTIANSON Charles  1984  USA         
   60  561148 SKUBE Matic  1988  SLO         
   59  192504 MERMILLOD BLONDIN Thomas  1984  FRA         
   58  54144 MEIER Daniel  1993  AUT         
   57  990081 CASSE Mattia  1990  ITA         
   55  500933 OLSSON Jon  1982  SWE         
   53  51401 GRAF Bernhard  1988  AUT         
   52  293550 MARSAGLIA Matteo  1985  ITA         
   51  191778 PICHOT Sebastien  1981  FRA         
   50  421946 KRISTIANSEN Emil Bjoertomt  1990  NOR         
   48  150644 KRYZL Krystof  1986  CZE         
   47  51159 NOESIG Christoph  1985  AUT         
   46  700830 ZAMPA Adam  1990  SVK         
   45  990116 DE ALIPRANDINI Luca  1990  ITA         
   44  421859 NILSEN Markus  1989  NOR         
   40  290693 PLONER Alexander  1978  ITA         
   37  192653 FREY Thomas  1984  FRA         
   36  561032 JAZBEC Janez  1984  SLO         
   32  510997 BERTHOD Marc  1983  SUI         
   31  511383 FEUZ Beat  1987  SUI         
   27  191746 DE TESSIERES Gauthier  1981  FRA         
   21  53985 MATHIS Marcel  1991  AUT         
   16  51215 BAUMANN Romed  1986  AUT         
   4  50742 REICHELT Hannes  1980  AUT         
Did not finish 2nd run
   42  292967 EISATH Florian  1984  ITA         
Did not finish 1st run
   66  561117 KUERNER Miha  1987  SLO         
   64  202265 STAUBITZER Benedikt  1990  GER         
   56  511634 SPESCHA Christian  1989  SUI         
   54  511718 PLEISCH Manuel  1990  SUI         
   49  501384 LINDGREN Tim  1989  SWE         
   41  481148 MAYTAKOV Sergei  1990  RUS         
   38  202437 LUITZ Stefan  1992  GER         
   35  421669 HAUGEN Leif Kristian  1987  NOR     

Ted Ligety- USA
Ted Ligety

Ted Ligety

Ted Ligety

Ted Ligety


I skied really well today, I feel as if the last couple of races I was having a hard time finding the right amount of intensity to go out and run and today I went hard both runs. To win is always nice, and to win by such a margin makes it even nicer. I definitely built up some confidence coming into the Finals- too bad I didn’t do this a couple of weeks ago.
This has always been a great place for me, I have always had a lot of success here and for me this is one of the coolest stops on the Tour- it sure has a lot of character to it, the atmosphere is always great so winning again here is perfect. The time difference is what makes this win more special, in the last few races some people might have started writing me off and I think today I was able to prove them wrong. It’s unfortunate that I’m not closer to the GS title, but I’m still skiing well so that’s something I’m proud of. I’m too far back from a real chance at the discipline title, Hirscher would have to go out in the next races so I could even stand a chance, but you never know…
Having those six weeks off between the GS races might have made it a bit hard for me to get right back into the amount of intensity I need to race. I was a little bit lazy in my approach to those races, in the mental preparation just before the race. Today my goal was DNF or win, and I’m glad I made it to the right side of that.



Alexis Pinturault - FRA
Alexis Pinturault

Alexis Pinturault

Alexis Pinturault

The slope today was really good, I made some mistakes but Ted did a great job today- I am happy with my second place. When I crossed the finish line I thought I was far behind because of the mistakes I made.
Of course with Kranjska Gora being the venue where I first stood on the podium, being here with the same result a year later makes it special. All I want to do is improve and am looking forward to good results in the future as well. Ted was awesome today, even though I am 1.61 behind, I’m still happy. I will try to be in the top ten in tomorrow’s Slalom and leave this place with an even bigger smile.


Marcel Hirscher- AUT
Marcel Hirscher

Marcel Hirscher

Marcel Hirscher

It feels amazing to know that I might win the discipline title, but at this point nothing is fixed and we still have to wait for the finals,” Hirscher said. “I am in a good position, the best I have ever been and it’s the same thing in the run for the Overall. Today I gave it all; I didn’t have the Overall in my head while skiing. I try to not think about the points, even now I don’t know how things are after this race but everything is possible. I could ski out, and with Ted’s current great shape, he could easily win and take home the GS Globe.
I have a lot of opportunities this season, maybe I’ll get a globe and maybe I’ll get none but regardless of that this has been an incredible season for me. I won eight races and with or without a Globe- it was really fun.
I see Kostelic as a great athlete, he won so many things over his long career- if someone can ski after such a short time from an injury like his, that’s Ivica. He had a lot of experience with injuries and knows himself well. If he was at the GS start, he will be there for the Slalom for sure and he will be strong. He is such a good skier that he knows if he is ready or not- I have a feeling he is here to do a great job.

 
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