2006 World Championship of Ski Mountaineering

The 2006 World Championship of Ski Mountaineering (Italian: Campionato del Mondo di Scialpinismo 2006) was the third World Championship of Ski Mountaineering sanctioned by the International Council for Ski Mountaineering Competitions (ISMC), held in the Italian Province of Cuneo from February 27 to March 4, 2006.

The participating athletes were from 33 nations. Because the relay event for the "Senior" athletes had to be canceled to bad snow conditions, there was consequently no combined ranking.[1][2]

ResultsEdit

Nation ranking and medalsEdit

(all age groups)[3]

ranking country vertical Race team relay individual
(Juniors)
points       points       points       points       total points
1   Italy 1320 1 3 2 458 1 1 400 2 164 1 2342
2   Switzerland 1412 1 3 2 354 1 344 1 1 180 1 2290
3   France 1210 5 2 3 420 1 2 344 1 1 200 1 2174
4   Spain 1028 1 162 284 144 1618
5   Germany 443 290 296 1029
6   Slovakia 644 1 100 152 152 922
7   Greece 447 11 100 136 694
8   Czech Republic 286 160 124 680
9   Andorra 383 160 132 675
10   United States 331 130 128 589
11   Slovenia 416 24 136 576
12   Poland 214 26 120 140 500
13   Norway 214 81 108 403
14   Romania 343 343
15   Russia 152 8 96 256
16   Sweden 85 22 116 223
17   Bulgaria 192 22 214
18   Chile 105 2 92 199
19   United Kingdom 53 32 112 197
20   Japan 50 24 104 178
21   Liechtenstein 72 72
22   Venezuela 62 62
22   Denmark 62 62
24   Finland 51 51
25   Croatia 49 49
26   Canada 44 44
27   Argentina 42 42
28   Belgium 13 1 14
29   Morocco 9 9
30   South Korea 2 2
31   Austria
31   China
31   Turkey

Vertical raceEdit

Event held at Crissolo on February 28, 2008

  • altitude of the starting point: 1,365m
  • distance: 4.7 km lange Strecke
  • altitude difference (ascent): 1000m[4]

List of the best 10 participants by gender:[5]

TeamEdit

Event held at Crissolo on March 1, 2006

  • altitude of the starting point: 1,725m
  • highest altitude: 3,019m
  • distance (long distance): 20.3 km
  • altitude difference:
    • ascent: 2,088m
    • downhill: 2,088m[6]

List of the best 10 teams by gender:[7]

Individual (canceled)Edit

Route:[8]

  • distance: 17.1 km
  • highest altitude: 2,400m
  • altitude difference:
    • ascent: 1,740m
    • downhill: 1,750m

RelayEdit

Event held in Artesina on March 4, 2006

  • distance: 1.92 km
  • altitude of starting point: 1,363m
  • highest altitude: 1,503m
  • altitude difference:
    • ascent: 140m
    • downhill: 140m[9]

List of the best 10 relay teams by gender:[10]

WomenEdit

ranking team total time
    Francesca Martinelli/Chiara Raso/Roberta Pedranzini/Gloriana Pellissier 01h 13' 21"
    Gabrielle Magnenat/Nathalie Etzensperger/Catherine Mabillard/Séverine Pont-Combe 01h 14' 23"
    Carole Toïgo/Véronique Lathuraz/Corinne Favre/Nathalie Bourillon 01h 14' 26"
4   Judith Graßl/Barbara Gruber/Silvia Treimer/Stefanie Koch 01h 18' 32.2"
5   Gemma Arró Ribot/Naila Jornet Burgada/Izaskun Zubizarreta/Cristina Bes Ginesta 01h 27' 25"

MenEdit

ranking team total time
    Dennis Brunod/Hansjörg Lunger/Manfred Reichegger/Guido Giacomelli 00h 57' 47.2"
    Grégory Gachet/Stéphane Brosse/Florent Perrier/Patrick Blanc 00h 59' 57.1"
    Alexander Hug/Alain Rey/Rico Elmer/Florent Troillet 00h 59' 58.4"
4   Peter Svätojánsky/Miroslav Leitner/Milan Blaško/Milan Madaj 01h 02' 50"
5   Toni Steurer/Franz Graßl/Martin Echtler/Georg Nickaes 01h 03' 12.4"
6   Javier Martín de Villa/Federico Galera Díez/Manuel Pérez Brunicardi/Agustí Roc Amador 01h 03' 31"
7   Anže Šenk/Jernej Karničar/Tomaž Soklič/Nejc Kuhar 01h 06' 44"
8   Toni Casals Rueda/Xavier Capdevila Romero/Joan Albós Cavaliere/Joan Vilana Díaz 01h 07' 15.4"
9   Pete Swenson/Cary Smith/Chris Kroger/Steve Romeo 01h 07' 48.3"
10   Jaroslav Bánský/Marcel Svoboda/Michal Němec/Miroslav Duch 01h 10' 14.7"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ World Ski Mountaineering Championships-Men: Combined, sports123.com. Archived 2010-02-03 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Weltmeisterschaft im Skibergsteigen: Elite kämpft in Italien um den Titel, mountains2b.com, February 24, 2006.[dead link]
  3. ^ "Results by Nations". February 2017. Archived from the original on 2006-05-12.
  4. ^ "Streckendaten Vertical Race Crissolo". Archived from the original on 2007-08-08. Retrieved 2009-02-16.
  5. ^ "Vertical Race - 28/02/2006 - Crissolo". February 2017. Archived from the original on 2006-05-12.
  6. ^ "Streckendaten Teamrennen Crissolo". February 2017. Archived from the original on 2006-05-09.
  7. ^ "Senior Teams Race - 01/03/2006 - Crissolo". February 2017. Archived from the original on 2006-05-12.
  8. ^ Daten der geplanten Strecke Einzelrennen Espoirs und Senioren (German) Archived 2007-08-08 at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ Streckendaten Staffelrennen Artesina (German) Archived 2007-08-08 at the Wayback Machine
  10. ^ Relay - 04/03/2006 - Artesina Archived July 22, 2011, at the Wayback Machine

External linksEdit