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Alpine skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Women's super-G

The women's super-G competition of the 2006 Winter Olympics took place on Monday 20 February, after poor weather conditions postponed the race from Sunday 19 February. Italian Daniela Ceccarelli won the title at the 2002 Winter Olympics, but was 31st on the World Cup standings leading up to the Games. Anja Pärson of Sweden was defending World Champion from 2005, but she had also been considerably poorer on the World Cup circuit this season, and was ranked 23rd. Austrian Michaela Dorfmeister led with 320 points, ten ahead of compatriot Alexandra Meissnitzer; both of whom crashed out of the 2005 World Championships.[1][2][3]

Women's super-G
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Pictogram for alpine skiing
VenueSan Sicario
DateFebruary 20
Competitors56 from 24 nations
Winning time1:32.47
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria
2nd, silver medalist(s) Janica Kostelić  Croatia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria
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ResultsEdit

Complete results for women's super-G alpine skiing competition at the 2006 Winter Olympics.

Rank Name Country Time Difference
  Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 1:32.47
  Janica Kostelić   Croatia 1:32.74 +0.27
  Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria 1:33.06 +0.59
4 Kelly Vanderbeek   Canada 1:33.09 +0.62
5 Carole Montillet   France 1:33.31 +0.84
6 Martina Schild   Switzerland 1:33.33 +0.86
7 Lindsey Kildow   United States 1:33.42 +0.95
8 Lucia Recchia   Italy 1:33.48 +1.01
9 Emily Brydon   Canada 1:33.50 +1.03
Petra Haltmayr   Germany
11 Julia Mancuso   United States 1:33.72 +1.25
12 Anja Pärson   Sweden 1:33.88 +1.41
13 Andrea Fischbacher   Austria 1:33.97 +1.50
14 Kirsten Clark   United States 1:33.98 +1.51
15 Sylviane Berthod   Switzerland 1:34.00 +1.53
16 Martina Ertl   Germany 1:34.03 +1.56
17 Fränzi Aufdenblatten   Switzerland 1:34.10 +1.63
18 Urška Rabič   Slovenia 1:34.12 +1.65
19 Chemmy Alcott   Great Britain 1:34.20 +1.73
20 Geneviève Simard   Canada 1:34.38 +1.91
21 Nike Bent   Sweden 1:34.41 +1.94
22 Janette Hargin   Sweden 1:34.48 +2.01
23 Dagný L. Kristjánsdóttir   Iceland 1:34.56 +2.09
24 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby   Sweden 1:34.78 +2.31
25 Marie Marchand-Arvier   France 1:34.82 +2.35
26 Renate Götschl   Austria 1:34.83 +2.36
27 Šárka Záhrobská   Czech Republic 1:34.98 +2.51
28 Libby Ludlow   United States 1:35.01 +2.54
29 Petra Robnik   Slovenia 1:35.10 +2.63
30 Carolina Ruiz Castillo   Spain 1:35.20 +2.73
31 Daniela Ceccarelli   Italy 1:35.26 +2.79
32 Ingrid Jacquemod   France 1:35.28 +2.81
33 Tina Weirather   Liechtenstein 1:35.34 +2.87
34 Sherry Lawrence   Canada 1:35.47 +3.00
35 Nadia Styger   Switzerland 1:35.57 +3.10
36 Lucie Hrstková   Czech Republic 1:35.62 +3.15
37 María José Rienda Contreras   Spain 1:36.03 +3.56
38 Nadia Fanchini   Italy 1:36.46 +3.99
39 Tina Maze   Slovenia 1:36.64 +4.17
40 Nika Fleiss   Croatia 1:36.65 +4.18
41 Alexandra Coletti   Monaco 1:37.02 +4.55
42 Olesya Alieva   Russia 1:37.12 +4.65
43 Jelena Lolović   Serbia and Montenegro 1:37.45 +4.98
44 Soňa Maculová   Slovakia 1:37.87 +5.40
45 Ana Drev   Slovenia 1:37.92 +5.45
46 Chirine Njeim   Lebanon 1:37.93 +5.46
47 María Belén Simari Birkner   Argentina 1:38.02 +5.55
48 Jana Gantnerová   Slovakia 1:38.40 +5.93
49 Leyre Morlans   Spain 1:38.53 +6.06
50 Macarena Benvenuto   Chile 1:41.52 +9.05
51 Christelle Laura Douibi   Algeria 1:43.54 +11.07
Macarena Simari Birkner   Argentina DNS
Kirsten McGarry   Ireland DNS
Elena Fanchini   Italy DNF
Daniela Anguita   Chile DNF
Eva Hučková   Slovakia DSQ

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-03-02. Retrieved 2010-03-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-03-02. Retrieved 2010-03-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 2006 Turin Winter Games: Women's Super G". Sports Reference. Retrieved 4 April 2018.

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