26 de jan de 2013

Audi FIS World Cup: Kitzbuehel 2013 - Men's Downhill


 David Poisson
Adrien Theaux
Aksel Lund Svindal
Christof Innerhofer
Georg Streitberger
Johan Clarey
Max Franz
Stephan Keppler


Erik Guay, Dominik Paris, Hannes Reichelt
Dominik Paris


Rank Bib FIS Code Name Year Nation Total Time FIS Points
 1  20  291459 PARIS Dominik  1989  ITA   1:57.56  0.00
 2  21  102263 GUAY Erik  1981  CAN   1:57.69  1.51
 3  22  50742 REICHELT Hannes  1980  AUT   1:57.92  4.20
 4  29  191964 POISSON David  1982  FRA   1:58.16  6.99
 5  4  53817 FRANZ Max  1989  AUT   1:58.17  7.11
 6  16  50753 KROELL Klaus  1980  AUT   1:58.29  8.51
 7  10  421483 JANSRUD Kjetil  1985  NOR   1:58.45  10.37
 8  3  50858 STREITBERGER Georg  1981  AUT   1:58.57  11.77
 9  18  421328 SVINDAL Aksel Lund  1982  NOR   1:58.72  13.52
 10  40  102899 OSBORNE-PARADIS Manuel  1984  CAN   1:58.79  14.33
 11  7  292514 HEEL Werner  1982  ITA   1:58.81  14.57
 12  41  294277 KLOTZ Siegmar  1987  ITA   1:58.82  14.68
 13  11  192746 THEAUX Adrien  1984  FRA   1:58.94  16.08
 14  14  51215 BAUMANN Romed  1986  AUT   1:59.01  16.90
 15  25  511139 KUENG Patrick  1984  SUI   1:59.10  17.95
 16  38  53902 MAYER Matthias  1990  AUT   1:59.21  19.23
 17  9  103271 THOMSEN Benjamin  1987  CAN   1:59.23  19.46
 18  8  102271 HUDEC Jan  1981  CAN   1:59.24  19.58
 19  27  530874 GANONG Travis  1988  USA   1:59.32  20.51
 20  19  293006 INNERHOFER Christof  1984  ITA   1:59.48  22.37
 21  30  511313 JANKA Carlo  1986  SUI   1:59.52  22.84
 22  2  192932 FAYED Guillermo  1985  FRA   1:59.74  25.40
 23  1  533131 SULLIVAN Marco  1980  USA   1:59.75  25.52
 24  42  293550 MARSAGLIA Matteo  1985  ITA   1:59.83  26.45
 24  15  510727 DEFAGO Didier  1977  SUI   1:59.83  26.45
 26  12  51327 PUCHNER Joachim  1987  AUT   1:59.89  27.15
 27  34  194190 ROGER Brice  1990  FRA   2:00.05  29.02
 28  39  201606 KEPPLER Stephan  1983  GER   2:00.23  31.12
 29  47  510747 GRUENENFELDER Tobias  1977  SUI   2:00.41  33.21
 30  31  380260 KOSTELIC Ivica  1979  CRO   2:00.53  34.61
 31  36  180570 ROMAR Andreas  1989  FIN   2:00.68  36.36
 32  35  511142 LUEOEND Vitus  1984  SUI   2:00.69  36.48
 33  33  194364 PINTURAULT Alexis  1991  FRA   2:00.79  37.64
 34  49  530939 WEIBRECHT Andrew  1986  USA   2:00.90  38.92
 35  45  192504 MERMILLOD BLONDIN Thomas  1984  FRA   2:01.13  41.60
 36  6  191591 BERTRAND Yannick  1980  FRA   2:01.57  46.73
 37  28  510890 ZURBRIGGEN Silvan  1981  SUI   2:01.90  50.58
 38  48  561217 KOSI Klemen  1991  SLO   2:02.12  53.14
 39  46  561216 KLINE Bostjan  1991  SLO   2:02.16  53.61
 40  50  510997 BERTHOD Marc  1983  SUI   2:02.44  56.87
 41  51  660021 DANILOCHKIN Yuri  1991  BLR   2:02.66  59.43
 42  24  561067 PERKO Rok  1985  SLO   2:02.71  60.02
 43  52  430429 BYDLINSKI Maciej  1988  POL   2:03.10  64.56
Disqualified 1st run
 23  560447 SPORN Andrej  1981  SLO 
Did not finish 1st run
 44  400281 VAN HEEK Marvin  1991  NED 
 43  193034 BOUILLOT Alexandre  1985  FRA 
 37  511529 GISIN Marc  1988  SUI 
 32  534562 LIGETY Ted  1984  USA 
 26  533866 NYMAN Steven  1982  USA 
 17  191740 CLAREY Johan  1981  FRA 
 13  292455 FILL Peter  1982  ITA 
 5  51332 SCHEIBER Florian  1987  AUT 

Dominik Paris - AUT
 Dominik Paris
I really couldn’t have asked for a better season. I still don’t believe it. I am speechless and this is going to take some time to sink in.
To win Kitzbuehel is beyond what I could have dreamed of. I really didn’t expect it… I was not among the best in the training runs and I had no idea what to expect from the race. But I knew that I if I wanted to make a difference I would have to do that in the bottom section. I picked my line and was able to execute the plan perfectly – I think that’s how I earned this victory.
This is the best victory one could have in a winter, Bormio was my first and for sure it’s special but winning Kitzbuehel is something I wanted to do since I was about six years old so this is a dream come true.

Erik Guay - CAN
Erik Guay
I think the way I have been skiing well since Wengen and this podium was in the making. I had a good shot at the podium already in the Super G but it didn’t work out so today I gave it my best shot. I knew I needed to be fast on the top section and I did that, but I didn’t pus as much as Paris on the lower part and that’s where those 13 hundreds escaped from me.
It’s important for me to keep thing in perspective, especially after not skiing all that great in the training runs I was able to do much better in the race. What I love the most about skiing, and it’s becomes even more obvious here in Kitzbuehel is finding how far you can push yourself, which risks you are willing to take and that’s why I’m so happy to be on the podium.


Hannes Reichelt - AUT
Hannes Reichelt
I would have loved to share that first place with Paris again, but he didn’t feel like sharing and was a bit more selfish this time. There is so much pressure for us here in Kitzbuehel, expectations are high on the Austrian team but I believe we gave fans a great show and that’s important. It a great way to advertise the World Championships in Schladming and showcase the best our sport has to offer. I am really happy with how everything went today and can’t wait for the World Champs.

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