2010 World Championship of Ski Mountaineering

The 2010 World Championship of Ski Mountaineering (Catalan: Campionats del Món d’Esquí de Muntanya 2010) was the first World Championship of Ski Mountaineering sanctioned by the International Ski Mountaineering Federation (ISMF), successor organization of the International Council for Ski Mountaineering Competitions (ISMC). The competition was held in the skiing area of Gran Valira in the Pyrenees, Andorra, from March 1 to March 6, 2010. This was decided by the ISMC in 2006.[1] The event was supported by the Federació Andorrana de Muntanyisme (FAM) and the Club Pirinenc Andorrà (CPA). Andorra was also venue of the European Championship of Ski Mountaineering in 2005.

Compared to the 2008 World Championship a long distance race was not held in Andorra.

ResultsEdit

Nation ranking and medalsEdit

(all age groups)[2]

ranking country vertical race individual team relay
points       points       points       points       total points
1   Italy 1 5 1 1 4 4 1 2 3 5961
2   France 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 4926
3   Switzerland 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 4549
4   Spain 3 1 1 1 1 4221
5   Andorra 1576
6   Austria 1 1 1566
7   Germany 1 1 1 1064
8   Norway 935
9   United States 838
10   Poland 561
11   Slovenia 467
12   Czech Republic 1 443
13   Slovakia 413
14   Canada 375
15   Japan 196
16   United Kingdom 99
17   China 98
18   Sweden 91
19   Chile 61
20   Argentina 26
21   South Korea 14
22   Bulgaria 0
23   Belgium 0

Vertical raceEdit

event held on March 1, 2010[3]

List of the best 10 participants by gender (incl. "Espoirs" level):

WomenEdit

ranking participant total time
    Roberta Pedranzini 0h 48' 25"
    Laëtitia Roux 0h 49' 24"
    Francesca Martinelli 0h 49' 49"
4   Mireia Miró Varela 0h 50' 11"
5   Sophie Dusautoir Bertrand 0h 50' 47"
6   Lydia Prugger 0h 51' 27"
7   Nathalie Etzensperger 0h 51' 48"
8   Gemma Arró Ribot 0h 51' 56"
9   Monique Merrill 0h 52' 52"
10   Victoria Kreuzer 0h 52' 59"

MenEdit

ranking participant total time
    Kílian Jornet Burgada 0h 39' 50"
    Dennis Brunod 0h 39' 57"
    Florent Perrier 0h 40' 04"
4   Manfred Reichegger 0h 40' 21"
5   Didier Blanc 0h 40' 31"
6   Damiano Lenzi 0h 40' 40"
7   Marc Pinsach Rubirola 0h 41' 12"
8   Florent Troillet 0h 41' 40"*)
9   Tony Sbalbi 0h 41' 46"
10   Grégory Gachet 0h 41' 56"

*) incl. 30 penalty seconds

IndividualEdit

event held on March 3, 2010[4]

List of the best 10 participants by gender:

WomenEdit

ranking participant total time
    Laëtitia Roux 1h 48' 49"
    Roberta Pedranzini 1h 49' 20"
    Francesca Martinelli 1h 53' 36"
4   Nathalie Etzensperger 1h 57' 51"
5   Sophie Dusautoir Bertrand 2h 00' 25"
6   Gemma Arró Ribot 2h 03' 27"
7   Marit Tveite Bystøl 2h 05' 19"
8   Silvia Rocca 2h 05' 30"
9   Monique Merrill 2h 06' 11"
10   Marie Troillet 2h 06' 29"

MenEdit

ranking participant total time
    Florent Troillet 1h 30' 50"
    Kílian Jornet Burgada 1h 30' 54"
    Didier Blanc 1h 31' 41"
4   Manfred Reichegger 1h 31' 45"
5   Matteo Eydallin 1h 33' 12"
6   Florent Perrier 1h 33' 48"
7   Damiano Lenzi 1h 34' 53"
8   William Bon Mardion 1h 37' 14"
9   Marc Pinsach Rubirola 1h 37' 40"
10   Yannick Ecoeur 1h 38' 12"

TeamEdit

event held on March 5, 2010[5]

List of the best 10 relay teams by gender (some teams included "Espoirs" level athletes):

WomenEdit

[6]

ranking team total time
    Pedranzini/Martinelli 2h 50' 17"
    Troillet/Etzensperger 2h 59' 16"
    Clos/Rocca 3h 02' 13"
4   Arró Ribot/Miró Varela 3h 02' 45"
5   Prugger/Eßl 3h 06' 02"
6   Dusautoir Bertrand/Tudel Cuberes 3h 09' 40"
7   Fulywer/Merrill 3h 28' 36"
8   Brakstad Orset/Tveite Bystøl 3h 30' 24"
9   Matteau/Bernier 3h 33' 41"
10   Kirkland/Cook Silitch 3h 40' 55"

MenEdit

[7]

ranking team total time
    Perrier/D. Blanc 2h 14' 54"
    Anthamatten/Troillet 2h 16' 50"
    Holzknecht/Lenzi 2h 18' 23"
4   Pellicier/Bon Mardion 2h 19' 33"
5   Lanfranchi/Pedrini 2h 21' 11"*)
6   Reichegger/Brunod 2h 21' 13"
7   Sbalbi/Gachet 2h 21' 24"
8   Jornet Burgada/Pinsach Rubirola 2h 23' 06"
9   Marti/Ecoeur 2h 24' 39"
10   Kuhar/Šenk 2h 28' 31"

*) incl. 1 penalty minute

RelayEdit

event held on March 6, 2010

List of the best 10 relay teams by gender (some teams included "Espoirs" level athletes):

WomenEdit

[8]

ranking team total time
    Francesca Martinelli/Rocca/Pedranzini 0h 40' 38"
    Etzensberger/Magnenat/Troillet 0h 41' 50"
    Prugger/Eßl/Swidrak 0h 43' 11"
4   Gemma Arró Ribot/Bes Ginesta/Miró Varela 0h 43' 37"
5   Fabre/S. Favre/Roux 0h 43' 38"
6   Tveite Bystøl/Haukøy/Brakstad Orset 0h 46' 40"
7   Matteau/Bernier/Velisek 0h 48' 59"
8   Dusautoir Bertrand/Segura Lanao/Tudel Cuberes 0h 49' 30"
9   Fulywer/Zurm/Kirkland 0h 53' 17"
10   Horibe/Itō/Mase 1h 11' 36"

MenEdit

[9]

ranking team total time
    Lenzi/Reichegger/Holzknecht/Brunod 0h 42' 48"
    Troillet/Anthamatten/Ecoeur/Bruchez 0h 43' 50"
    Gachet/Bon Mardion/Perrier/D. Blanc 0h 44' 17"
4   Martín de Villa/Pérez Brunicardi/Pinsach Rubirola/Jornet Burgada 0h 45' 27"
5   Fasser/Jakob Herrmann/Stock/Klocker 0h 47' 56"
6   Kuhar/Mikloša/Triler/Šenk 0h 48' 46"
7   Berger/Hovdenak/Tronvoll/Porsanger 0h 49' 06"
8   Comas Guixé/Casals Rueda/Vilana Díaz/Albós Cavaliere 0h 49' 15"
9   Schuster/Strobel/Lex/Echtler 0h 51' 37"
10   Scheefer/Taam/Parsons/French 0h 53' 18"

Combination rankingEdit

(vertical race, individual and team ranking)

List of the best 10 participants by gender:

WomenEdit

[10]

ranking participant
    Roberta Pedranzini
    Francesca Martinelli
    Nathalie Etzensperger
4   Laëtitia Roux
5   Sophie Dusautoir Bertrand
6   Gemma Arró Ribot
7   Lydia Prugger
8   Silvia Rocca
9   Monique Merrill
10   Michaela Eßl

MenEdit

[11]

ranking participant
    Didier Blanc
    Florent Perrier
    Kílian Jornet Burgada
4   Florent Troillet
5   Manfred Reichegger
6   Damiano Lenzi
7   Marc Pinsach Rubirola
8   Dennis Brunod
9   William Bon Mardion
10   Martin Anthamatten

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit