Alpine skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's super-G
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram
|Venue||Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort|
|Competitors||63 from 28 nations|
|Vertical||622 m (2,041 ft)|
|Top elevation||1,592 m (5,223 ft)|
|Base elevation||970 m (3,182 ft)|
Kjetil Jansrud of Norway won the gold medal and Andrew Weibrecht of the United States took the silver. Two bronze medals were awarded for the third-place tie between Jan Hudec of Canada and Bode Miller of the U.S.
The vertical drop of the course was 622 m (2,041 ft), starting at an elevation of 1,592 m (5,223 ft) above sea level, with a length of 2.096 km (1.30 mi). Jansrud's winning time of 78.14 seconds yielded an average course speed of 96.565 km/h (60.0 mph), with an average vertical descent rate of 7.960 m/s (26.1 ft/s).
The race was started at 10:00 local time, (UTC+4). At the starting gate, the skies were partly cloudy, the temperature was 1.0 °C (34 °F), and the snow condition was hard. The temperature at the finish was 5.1 °C (41 °F).
- "Competition Schedule". SOCOG. Retrieved 21 December 2013.
- Ng, Curtis (16 February 2014). "Jan Hudec bronze snaps Canadian alpine medal drought". CBC. Archived from the original on 2014-02-16. Retrieved 16 February 2014.
- Final Results
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