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Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Paralympics – Men's downhill

The Men's Downhill competition of the Vancouver 2010 Paralympics was held at Whistler Blackcomb in Whistler, British Columbia. The competition was scheduled for Saturday, March 13, but was postponed to Thursday, March 18 due to bad weather conditions.[1]

Men's Downhill
at the X Paralympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing - Paralympic pictogram.svg
VenueWhistler Blackcomb
DatesMarch 13
2006
2014

Visually ImpairedEdit

In the downhill visually impaired, the athlete with a visual impairement has a sighted guide.[2] The two skiers are considered a team, and dual medals are awarded.[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
  4 Jon Santacana Maiztegui
Guide: Miguel Galindo Garces
  Spain 1:18.23
  7 Mark Bathum
Guide: Slater Storey
  United States 1:18.63 +0.40
  6 Gerd Gradwohl
Guide: Karl-Heinz Vachenauer
  Germany 1:20.40 +2.17
4 8 Jakub Krako
Guide: Juraj Medera
  Slovakia 1:20.84 +2.61
5 5 Nicolas Berejny
Guide: Sophie Troc
  France 1:20.96 +2.73
6 11 Christoph Prettner
Guide: Kurt Wastian
  Austria 1:21.83 +3.60
7 1 Radomir Dudas
Guide: Maros Hudik
  Slovakia 1:21.88 +3.65
8 12 Ivan Frantsev
Guide: Valentina Morozova
  Russia 1:31.89 +13.66
9 10 Gabriel Gorce Yepes
Guide: Felix Aznar Ruiz de Alegria
  Spain 1:38.02 +19.79
2 Bart Bunting
Guide: Nathan Chivers
  Australia DNF
3 Chris Williamson
Guide: Nick Brush
  Canada DNF
9 Miroslav Haraus
Guide: Martin Makovnik
  Slovakia DNF

SittingEdit

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
  11 Christoph Kunz   Switzerland 1:18.19
  2 Taiki Morii   Japan 1:18.63 +0.44
  15 Akira Kano   Japan 1:19.19 +1.00
4 19 Thomas Nolte   Germany 1:19.60 +1.41
5 10 Josh Dueck   Canada 1:19.88 +1.69
6 8 Yohann Taberlet   France 1:19.92 +1.73
7 4 Sean Rose   Great Britain 1:20.41 +2.22
8 17 Hans Pleisch   Switzerland 1:21.36 +3.17
9 28 Jasmin Bambur   Serbia 1:21.41 +3.22
10 1 Reinhold Sampl   Austria 1:21.88 +3.69
11 18 Takeshi Suzuki   Japan 1:22.28 +4.09
12 7 Jong-Seork Park   South Korea 1:22.52 +4.33
13 9 Christopher Devlin-Young   United States 1:22.65 +4.46
14 27 Franz Hanfstingl   Germany 1:23.16 +4.97
15 21 Dietmar Dorn   Austria 1:23.23 +5.04
16 26 Enrico Giorge   Italy 1:39.83 +21.64
17 23 Philipp Bonadimann   Austria 1:42.07 +23.88
18 20 Luca Maraffio   Italy 1:49.89 +31.70
3 Shannon Dallas   Australia DNS
5 Martin Braxenthaler   Germany DNF
6 Tyler Walker   United States DNF
12 Kees-Jan van der Klooster   Netherlands DNF
13 Nicolas Loussalez-Artets   France DNF
14 Joseph Tompkins   United States DNF
16 Sang-Min Han   South Korea DNF
22 Sam Carter Daniels   Canada DNF
25 Cyril More   France DNF
24 Russell Docker   Great Britain DSQ

StandingEdit

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
  12 Gerd Schönfelder   Germany 1:20.80
T  11 Michael Brugger   Switzerland 1:22.78 +1.98
T  14 Marty Mayberry   Australia 1:22.78 +1.98
4 10 Cameron Rahles-Rahbula   Australia 1:22.88 +2.08
5 15 Vincent Gauthier-Manuel   France 1:23.24 +2.44
6 3 Robert Meusburger   Austria 1:23.70 +2.90
7 17 Hubert Mandl   Austria 1:23.85 +3.05
8 5 Thomas Pfyl   Switzerland 1:24.17 +3.37
9 26 Christian Lanthaler   Italy 1:25.01 +4.21
10 1 Toby Kane   Australia 1:25.26 +4.46
11 2 Matt Hallat   Canada 1:25.44 +4.64
12 21 Gakuta Koike   Japan 1:26.31 +5.51
13 6 Manfred Auer   Austria 1:26.33 +5.53
14 20 Bradley Washburn   United States 1:26.40 +5.60
T15 7 Morgan Perrin   Canada 1:26.52 +5.72
T15 24 Hiraku Misawa   Japan 1:26.52 +5.72
17 18 Martin Cupka   Slovakia 1:26.89 +6.09
18 28 Stanislav Loska   Czech Republic 1:26.93 +6.13
19 8 Martin France   Slovakia 1:27.67 +6.87
20 25 Micha Josi   Switzerland 1:28.10 +7.30
21 13 George Sansonetis   United States 1:28.47 +7.67
22 16 Monte Meier   United States 1:28.48 +7.68
23 9 Romain Riboud   France 1:28.63 +7.83
24 23 Alexandr Alyabyev   Russia 1:34.30 +13.50
25 27 David Warner   South Africa 1:34.82 +14.02
4 Lionel Brun   France DNF
19 Jeff Dickson   Canada DNF
22 Kevin Wermeester   Germany DNF

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Alpine Skiing Schedule and Results". The official website of the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver. Archived from the original on 13 March 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-13.
  2. ^ AS Results Book (PG) Archived 2010-05-15 at the Wayback Machine, The Official site for the 2010 Winter Paralympics
  3. ^ Visually impaired skiers put fate in guide's hands, thestar.com, March 13, 2010

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