26 de nov de 2012

Audi FIS World Cup: Lake Louise 2012 - Men's Super G


Ted Ligety

Andreas Romar

Matthias Mayer

Werner Heel


 Aksel Lund Svindal

Adrien Theaux, Aksel Lund Svindal, Joachim Puchner



Rank  Bib     FIS Code      Name Year   Nation   Total Time    FIS Points
 1  17  421328 SVINDAL Aksel Lund  1982  NOR   1:34.96  0.00
 2  16  192746 THEAUX Adrien  1984  FRA   1:35.81  9.40
 3  12  51327 PUCHNER Joachim  1987  AUT   1:35.86  9.95
 4  2  534562 LIGETY Ted  1984  USA   1:35.87  10.06
 5  7  292514 HEEL Werner  1982  ITA   1:36.06  12.16
 6  13  53902 MAYER Matthias  1990  AUT   1:36.15  13.16
 7  8  180570 ROMAR Andreas  1989  FIN   1:36.18  13.49
 8  14  53817 FRANZ Max  1989  AUT   1:36.19  13.60
 9  9  293550 MARSAGLIA Matteo  1985  ITA   1:36.25  14.26
 10  4  511139 KUENG Patrick  1984  SUI   1:36.27  14.49
 11  10  102263 GUAY Erik  1981  CAN   1:36.31  14.93
 12  25  292455 FILL Peter  1982  ITA   1:36.32  15.04
 13  24  191740 CLAREY Johan  1981  FRA   1:36.34  15.26
 14  3  102873 KUCERA John  1984  CAN   1:36.36  15.48
 15  22  50753 KROELL Klaus  1980  AUT   1:36.37  15.59
 16  29  50858 STREITBERGER Georg  1981  AUT   1:36.41  16.03
 17  19  421483 JANSRUD Kjetil  1985  NOR   1:36.48  16.81
 18  18  102271 HUDEC Jan  1981  CAN   1:36.65  18.69
 19  23  530939 WEIBRECHT Andrew  1986  USA   1:36.69  19.13
 20  37  6530319 COCHRAN-SIEGLE Ryan  1992  USA   1:36.76  19.90
 20  6  191591 BERTRAND Yannick  1980  FRA   1:36.76  19.90
 22  20  50742 REICHELT Hannes  1980  AUT   1:36.78  20.12
 23  28  51215 BAUMANN Romed  1986  AUT   1:36.79  20.23
 24  15  293006 INNERHOFER Christof  1984  ITA   1:36.80  20.35
 25  11  511352 VILETTA Sandro  1986  SUI   1:36.95  22.00
 26  31  380260 KOSTELIC Ivica  1979  CRO   1:37.00  22.56
 27  5  510890 ZURBRIGGEN Silvan  1981  SUI   1:37.16  24.33
 28  40  100558 COOK Dustin  1989  CAN   1:37.25  25.32
 29  38  531452 BIESEMEYER Thomas  1989  USA   1:37.26  25.43
 30  56  201811 STECHERT Tobias  1985  GER   1:37.27  25.54
 31  34  103512 FRISCH Jeffrey  1984  CAN   1:37.49  27.97
 32  50  380292 ZRNCIC-DIM Natko  1986  CRO   1:37.51  28.20
 33  33  191746 DE TESSIERES Gauthier  1981  FRA   1:37.61  29.30
 34  42  103271 THOMSEN Benjamin  1987  CAN   1:37.63  29.52
 34  30  510727 DEFAGO Didier  1977  SUI   1:37.63  29.52
 36  54  291459 PARIS Dominik  1989  ITA   1:37.67  29.97
 36  32  51332 SCHEIBER Florian  1987  AUT   1:37.67  29.97
 38  44  560447 SPORN Andrej  1981  SLO   1:37.69  30.19
 39  58  533131 SULLIVAN Marco  1980  USA   1:37.74  30.74
 40  27  511313 JANKA Carlo  1986  SUI   1:37.84  31.84
 41  1  510747 GRUENENFELDER Tobias  1977  SUI   1:37.85  31.96
 42  21  50625 RAICH Benjamin  1978  AUT   1:37.94  32.95
 43  36  561216 KLINE Bostjan  1991  SLO   1:37.99  33.50
 44  26  201606 KEPPLER Stephan  1983  GER   1:38.00  33.61
 45  39  202059 FERSTL Josef  1988  GER   1:38.04  34.06
 46  43  421650 BJERKESTRAND Iver  1987  NOR   1:38.07  34.39
 47  61  530874 GANONG Travis  1988  USA   1:38.16  35.38
 48  59  192932 FAYED Guillermo  1985  FRA   1:38.37  37.71
 49  53  191778 PICHOT Sebastien  1981  FRA   1:38.47  38.81
 50  46  561067 PERKO Rok  1985  SLO   1:38.48  38.92
 51  49  481705 GLEBOV Alexander  1983  RUS   1:38.53  39.47
 52  51  294277 KLOTZ Siegmar  1987  ITA   1:38.55  39.70
 53  48  191964 POISSON David  1982  FRA   1:38.57  39.92
 54  41  193034 BOUILLOT Alexandre  1985  FRA   1:38.60  40.25
 55  57  560332 JERMAN Andrej  1978  SLO   1:38.61  40.36
 56  55  511142 LUEOEND Vitus  1984  SUI   1:38.67  41.02
 57  35  54005 STRIEDINGER Otmar  1991  AUT   1:38.88  43.34
 58  47  200379 SANDER Andreas  1989  GER   1:38.89  43.46
 59  52  561217 KOSI Klemen  1991  SLO   1:39.44  49.54
 60  45  934643 GOLDBERG Jared  1991  USA   1:39.76  53.07
 61  60  491151 DE LA CUESTA Paul  1988  SPA   1:39.83  53.85
 62  63  400281 VAN HEEK Marvin  1991  NED   1:39.95  55.18
 63  65  511529 GISIN Marc  1988  SUI   1:40.16  57.50
Did not finish 1st run
 67  20324 OLIVERAS Marc  1991  AND 
 66  501324 OLSSON Matts  1988  SWE 
 64  430429 BYDLINSKI Maciej  1988  POL 
 62  220874 BALDWIN TJ  1990  GBR 


Aksel Lund Svindal - NOR
Aksel Lund Svindal

Aksel Lund Svindal

It’s hard work. I know it’s the boring standard answer but it’s true. The good part is that I learned that hard work doesn’t have to be boring. I had a good summer, I have been healthy and managed to have fun and enjoy my training.
There is good days and bad days, but every day on skis is a good day for me and even the running, weight lifting and biking – if you can have fun with it you can do a lot of it and that helps.
I think the most interesting part is the how to get into a mental state where you know you can be as good as I was this weekend. If I know I have prepared well, I worked hard, I skied well in the training runs and am confident in my equipment – I know the rest is up to me, and I know I want to win. When you are in this state of mind it seems impossible not to have that confidence, but believe me, I have been on the other side. You don’t have a chance to win every day, this is my 18th victory and I know how hard I worked for each one of them.
It took me a year to get back from my crash in Beaver Creek, but I learned from that. I was feeling like Superman that year, and when I hit the fence and I definitely didn’t feel like Superman anymore. Now I manage risk a little better, I don’t want to always stay at the same side but I learned the difference between race and training. Now I chose my risks more wisely. I sold my motorcycle; you don’t want to play the odds too much.



Adrien Theaux - FRA
Adrien Theaux

It’s always a great start to stand on the podium the first weekend of the season. Saturday’s downhill didn’t really go as I expected so today was a little bit like a redemption for me. I was third here last year and am really happy I moved one step up this year. I was a little angry at myself so today I tried to get a good feeling this morning and it worked out.
Lake Louise is always a challenge because it seems easy but it’s not really – it’s hard to go fast here. Compared to Beaver Creek, of course it’s less steep and there are less jumps but I look forward to the Birds of Prey next week.



Joachim Puchner - AUT
Joachim Puchner

I know it’s going to be like every time, I am sitting in third and someone will come in and I will end up just off the podium.
 I was just so nervous! I was so nervous I couldn’t even get myself to stay still. I was so scared once again things wouldn’t go my way and my heart rate got back to its normal pace only once the last guy crossed the finish area.
I podiumed the last time two years ago and last year I kept being close – a fourth and a sixth place showed me I could be among the best but somehow that podium never came last year. Today, I attacked all the way down and am unbelievably happy it paid off – it’s so great!


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