Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Women's super-G

The women's super-G competition of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was held at Whistler Creekside in Whistler, British Columbia, on Saturday, February 20.

Women's super-G
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Women's Super G podium at Whistler Creekside closeup.jpg
Medalists: Maze, Fischbacher, Vonn
VenueWhistler Creekside
DateFebruary 20
Competitors53 from 27 nations
Winning time1:20.14
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Andrea Fischbacher  Austria
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Tina Maze  Slovenia
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Lindsey Vonn  United States
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Women's Super-G
LocationWhistler Creekside
Franz's Super-G
Vertical   600 m (1,969 ft)
Top elevation1,425 m (4,675 ft)  
Base elevation   825 m (2,707 ft)

Andrea Fischbacher of Austria won the gold medal, Tina Maze of Slovenia took the silver, and the bronze medalist was Lindsey Vonn of the United States, who had won gold in the downhill.[1]

The Franz's Super-G course started at an elevation of 1,425 m (4,675 ft) above sea level with a vertical drop of 600 m (1,969 ft) and a length of 2.005 km (1.25 mi). Fischbacher's winning time of 80.14 seconds yielded an average course speed of 90.067 km/h (56.0 mph), with an average vertical descent rate of 7.487 m/s (24.6 ft/s).

ResultsEdit

Saturday, February 20, 2010

The race was started at 10:00 local time, (UTC −8). At the starting gate, the skies were clear, the temperature was 2.8 °C (37 °F), and the snow condition was hard packed. The temperature at the finish was 5.9 °C (43 °F).

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
  19 Andrea Fischbacher   Austria 1:20.14
  22 Tina Maze   Slovenia 1:20.63 +0.49
  17 Lindsey Vonn   United States 1:20.88 +0.74
4 30 Johanna Schnarf   Italy 1:20.99 +0.85
5 16 Elisabeth Görgl   Austria 1:21.14 +1.00
6 20 Nadia Styger   Switzerland 1:21.25 +1.11
7 26 Lucia Recchia   Italy 1:21.43 +1.29
8 12 Maria Riesch   Germany 1:21.46 +1.32
9 1 Julia Mancuso   United States 1:21.50 +1.36
10 14 Ingrid Jacquemod   France 1:21.77 +1.63
11 21 Anja Pärson   Sweden 1:21.98 +1.84
12 13 Andrea Dettling   Switzerland 1:22.03 +1.89
13 18 Fabienne Suter   Switzerland 1:22.16 +2.02
14 28 Elena Fanchini   Italy 1:22.17 +2.03
15 6 Gina Stechert   Germany 1:22.21 +2.07
16 15 Anna Fenninger   Austria 1:22.30 +2.16
17 25 Britt Janyk   Canada 1:22.89 +2.75
18 4 Carolina Ruiz Castillo   Spain 1:23.05 +2.91
23 Leanne Smith   United States
20 2 Chemmy Alcott   Great Britain 1:23.46 +3.32
21 34 Mona Løseth   Norway 1:23.97 +3.83
22 33 Aurelie Revillet   France 1:24.08 +3.94
23 35 Agnieszka Gąsienica-Daniel   Poland 1:24.31 +4.17
24 31 Elena Prosteva   Russia 1:24.43 +4.29
25 32 Alexandra Coletti   Monaco 1:24.56 +4.42
26 8 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby   Sweden 1:24.83 +4.69
27 36 Georgia Simmerling   Canada 1:25.21 +5.07
28 3 Viktoria Rebensburg   Germany 1:25.23 +5.09
29 38 Klára Křížová   Czech Republic 1:26.46 +6.32
30 41 Jelena Lolović   Serbia 1:26.67 +6.53
31 47 María Belén Simari Birkner   Argentina 1:27.24 +7.10
32 42 Macarena Simari Birkner   Argentina 1:27.48 +7.34
33 43 Maria Shkanova   Belarus 1:27.84 +7.70
34 49 Anastasiya Skryabina   Ukraine 1:28.60 +8.46
35 52 Noelle Barahona   Chile 1:28.66 +8.52
36 50 Zsófia Döme   Hungary 1:29.09 +8.95
37 51 Chirine Njeim   Lebanon 1:29.59 +9.45
38 53 Lyudmila Fedotova   Kazakhstan 1:31.43 +11.29
5 Nicole Schmidhofer   Austria DNF
7 Maruša Ferk   Slovenia DNF
9 Emily Brydon   Canada DNF
10 Nadja Kamer   Switzerland DNF
11 Marie Marchand-Arvier   France DNF
24 Shona Rubens   Canada DNF
27 Chelsea Marshall   United States DNF
29 Daniela Merighetti   Italy DNF
37 Lyaysan Rayanova   Russia DNF
39 Nevena Ignjatović   Serbia DNF
40 Mireia Gutierrez   Andorra DNF
44 Andrea Jardi   Spain DNF
45 Íris Guðmundsdóttir   Iceland DNF
46 Anna Berecz   Hungary DNF
48 Maria Kirkova   Bulgaria DNF

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Layden, Tim (February 20, 2010). "Vonn settles for bronze in super-G". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved January 10, 2020.

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