11 de mar de 2012

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

Ted Ligety

     Neste domingo ocorreu a segunda prova do Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup - Men's Slalom em Kranjska Gora, Eslovênia. Andre Myhrer da Suécia ficou com o 1° lugar, Christian Deville da Itália ficou com o 2° lugar e Alexis Pinturault da França mais uma vez visitou o pódio em Kranjska Gora ficando com o 3° lugar.
Cristian Deville, Andre Myhrer, Alexis Pinturault

Andre Myhrer


Rank Bib FIS Code Name Year Nation Run 1 Run 2 Total Time FIS Points
 1  1  501017 MYHRER Andre  1983  SWE   50.59  50.40  1:40.99  0.00
 2  5  291145 DEVILLE Cristian  1981  ITA   50.85  50.63  1:41.48  2.96
 3  17  194364 PINTURAULT Alexis  1991  FRA   52.32  49.25  1:41.57  3.50
 4  4  293797 GROSS Stefano  1986  ITA   51.46  50.25  1:41.71  4.35
 5  26  500656 LARSSON Markus  1979  SWE   52.57  49.17  1:41.74  4.53
 6  32  530165 BRANDENBURG Will  1987  USA   52.50  49.36  1:41.86  5.25
 7  6  201702 NEUREUTHER Felix  1984  GER   51.90  50.05  1:41.95  5.80
 8  21  560355 VALENCIC Mitja  1978  SLO   52.22  49.75  1:41.97  5.92
 9  16  534562 LIGETY Ted  1984  USA   52.43  49.59  1:42.02  6.22
 9  8  50624 PRANGER Manfred  1978  AUT   51.45  50.57  1:42.02  6.22
 11  12  501101 BYGGMARK Jens  1985  SWE   51.06  50.98  1:42.04  6.34
 12  28  50981 HOERL Wolfgang  1983  AUT   52.42  49.70  1:42.12  6.83
 13  11  501111 HARGIN Mattias  1985  SWE   51.70  50.45  1:42.15  7.01
 14  19  290732 THALER Patrick  1978  ITA   52.34  49.90  1:42.24  7.55
 15  10  293098 RAZZOLI Giuliano  1984  ITA   51.53  50.85  1:42.38  8.40
 16  7  380260 KOSTELIC Ivica  1979  CRO   51.77  50.78  1:42.55  9.42
 17  18  532138 KASPER Nolan  1989  USA   51.94  50.65  1:42.59  9.66
 18  9  50625 RAICH Benjamin  1978  AUT   51.88  50.72  1:42.60  9.72
 19  24  102435 JANYK Michael  1982  CAN   53.18  49.52  1:42.70  10.33
 20  14  192665 GRANGE Jean-Baptiste  1984  FRA   52.98  49.86  1:42.84  11.17
 21  42  480736 KHOROSHILOV Alexander  1984  RUS   53.45  49.53  1:42.98  12.02
 22  23  50605 HERBST Reinfried  1978  AUT   52.90  50.13  1:43.03  12.32
 23  25  501223 BAECK Axel  1987  SWE   52.28  50.77  1:43.05  12.44
 24  13  202462 DOPFER Fritz  1987  GER   53.74  49.38  1:43.12  12.87
 25  34  534040 COCHRAN Jimmy  1981  USA   53.52  50.12  1:43.64  16.01
 26  27  102912 SPENCE Brad  1984  CAN   53.01  50.65  1:43.66  16.13
 27  30  511174 VOGEL Markus  1984  SUI   53.55  50.37  1:43.92  17.70
 28  45  150594 TREJBAL Filip  1985  CZE   53.74  50.25  1:43.99  18.12
 29  38  150644 KRYZL Krystof  1986  CZE   53.74  50.29  1:44.03  18.36
 30  41  291318 TONETTI Riccardo  1989  ITA   53.49  58.47  1:51.96  66.26
Did not start 1st run
   43  510997 BERTHOD Marc  1983  SUI         
Did not qualify for 2nd run
   61  380290 SAMSAL Dalibor  1985  CRO         
   59  501116 LAHDENPERAE Anton  1985  SWE         
   57  180703 PALONIEMI Santeri  1993  FIN         
   56  301312 SASAKI Akira  1981  JPN         
   54  561148 SKUBE Matic  1988  SLO         
   53  481148 MAYTAKOV Sergei  1990  RUS         
   51  201896 STEHLE Dominik  1986  GER         
   50  201891 SCHMID Philipp  1986  GER         
   48  193967 MUFFAT JEANDET Victor  1989  FRA         
   47  193347 TISSOT Maxime  1986  FRA         
   46  50824 DREIER Christoph  1981  AUT         
   36  193334 RIVAS Gabriel  1986  FRA         
   35  421849 JOHANSEN Truls  1989  NOR         
   33  422304 KRISTOFFERSEN Henrik  1994  NOR         
   31  511908 SCHMIDIGER Reto  1992  SUI         
Did not finish 2nd run
   22  301709 YUASA Naoki  1983  JPN         
Did not finish 1st run
   70  150743 BERNDT Ondrej  1988  CZE         
   69  561254 ZERAK Misel  1992  SLO         
   68  561244 KRANJEC Zan  1992  SLO         
   67  60160 ALAERTS Kai  1989  BEL         
   66  30149 SIMARI BIRKNER Cristian Javier  1980  ARG         
   65  561117 KUERNER Miha  1987  SLO         
   64  561161 JAZBEC Patrick  1989  SLO         
   63  700830 ZAMPA Adam  1990  SVK         
   62  531799 FORD Tommy  1989  USA         
   60  220689 RYDING David  1986  GBR         
   58  501458 LINDH Calle  1990  SWE         
   55  51395 DIGRUBER Marc  1988  AUT         
   52  193986 PLACE Francois  1989  FRA         
   49  194212 THOULE Nicolas  1990  FRA         
   44  192504 MERMILLOD BLONDIN Thomas  1984  FRA         
   40  102727 STUTZ Paul  1983  CAN         
   39  50547 SCHOENFELDER Rainer  1977  AUT         
   37  294890 NANI Roberto  1988  ITA         
   29  421400 MYHRE Lars Elton  1984  NOR         
   20  292491 MOELGG Manfred  1982  ITA         
   15  192506 MISSILLIER Steve  1984  FRA         
   3  53831 HIRSCHER Marcel  1989  AUT         
   2  50707 MATT Mario  1979  AUT       

Andre Myhrer - SWE
Andre Myhrer

Andre Myhrer

Andre Myhrer
This is just great- it feels amazing, I was searching for this victory the whole season and I knew all the way that the feeling is there, but somehow I had to wait until now to step on top of the podium. I heard that I really need to push hard if I want to make it, so I just tried to ski as fast as I could up on top and than keep a good line in the lower section. It worked!

Cristian Deville - ITA
Cristian Deville

It’s crazy…I cant’ believe how this season turned out. Over the summer I had some problems, was struggling with injuries and when those things happen, your head sometimes plays mean tricks on you. Coming into the season I was not feeling so good. That first podium in America meant so much to me because of that too. Now again, after not finishing the last two races I just fought hard to make it to the finish line and that makes this podium feel even greater. The level of skiing is so high now that you don’t stand a chance if you go slow or try to pace yourself. Maybe a guy like Ligety... if you could have such an advantage as he had yeaterday… but in today’s case- no way. To make it on the podium it’s not enough to push hard every run, you have to want it every gate. I knew that the snow was not as good as in the first run, it’s like summer here, so I pushed the hardest I could, made some mistakes but still made it. I am going into the Finals in Schladming wanting more.


Alexis Pinturault - FRA
Alexis Pinturault
It’s a fantastic day for me, making such a huge jump forward was a bit surprising. I pushed hard in the second run, but I thought it would be good for a top ten. Maybe a top seven…but than standing there at the leaders board, seeing all those guys coming down after me, that was something I didn’t see coming. It’s a great way to go into the Finals, now after these two podiums here I am looking for a victory in Schladming- it will not be easy but I have a great feeling.

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2 comentários:

  1. It is a great thing just to see the photos. Even if you don't get a thing about these uncommon sports, you get involved by the atmosphere that emerges from it. Nice blog, keep walking.

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