Alpine skiing at the 2018 Winter Olympics – Men's super-G

The men's super-G competition of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics was held on 16 February 2018 at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre in PyeongChang.[1][2] Originally set to be held on 15 February 2018, the race was rescheduled to 16 February 2018 after high winds forcing the men's downhill race on 11 February 2018 to be moved to 15 February 2018.

Men's super-G
at the XXIII Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
VenueJeongseon Alpine Centre, Gangwon Province, South Korea
Date16 February
Competitors61 from 29 nations
Winning time1:24.44
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Matthias Mayer  Austria
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Beat Feuz  Switzerland
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Kjetil Jansrud  Norway
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In the victory ceremony, the medals were presented by Paul Tergat, member of the International Olympic Committee, accompanied by Peter Schroecksnadel, FIS Council member.


QualificationEdit

A total of up to 320 alpine skiers qualified across all eleven events. Athletes qualified for this event by having met the A qualification standard only, which meant having 80 or less FIS Points and being ranked in the top 500 in the Olympic FIS points list. The Points list takes into average the best results of athletes per discipline during the qualification period (July 1, 2016 to January 21, 2018). Countries received additional quotas by having athletes ranked in the top 30 of the 2017–18 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup (two per gender maximum, overall across all events). After the distribution of B standard quotas (to nations competing only in the slalom and giant slalom events), the remaining quotas were distributed using the Olympic FIS Points list, with each athlete only counting once for qualification purposes. A country could only enter a maximum of four athletes for the event.[3]

ResultsEdit

The race was started at 11:00.[4]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Behind
  15 Matthias Mayer   Austria 1:24.44
  16 Beat Feuz   Switzerland 1:24.57 +0.13
  7 Kjetil Jansrud   Norway 1:24.62 +0.18
4 10 Blaise Giezendanner   France 1:24.82 +0.38
5 9 Aksel Lund Svindal   Norway 1:24.93 +0.49
6 3 Vincent Kriechmayr   Austria 1:25.13 +0.69
7 17 Dominik Paris   Italy 1:25.18 +0.74
8 12 Andreas Sander   Germany 1:25.21 +0.77
9 4 Dustin Cook   Canada 1:25.23 +0.79
10 6 Boštjan Kline   Slovenia 1:25.36 +0.92
11 5 Hannes Reichelt   Austria 1:25.40 +0.96
12 20 Thomas Dreßen   Germany 1:25.51 +1.07
13 11 Aleksander Aamodt Kilde   Norway 1:25.71 +1.27
14 21 Ryan Cochran-Siegle   United States 1:25.72 +1.28
15 14 Adrien Théaux   France 1:25.76 +1.32
16 18 Christof Innerhofer   Italy 1:25.90 +1.46
17 13 Max Franz   Austria 1:25.96 +1.52
18 25 Maxence Muzaton   France 1:26.08 +1.64
19 29 Brice Roger   France 1:26.10 +1.66
20 32 Matteo Marsaglia   Italy 1:26.11 +1.67
21 28 Gilles Roulin   Switzerland 1:26.20 +1.76
22 26 Manuel Osborne-Paradis   Canada 1:26.39 +1.95
23 33 Broderick Thompson   Canada 1:26.45 +2.01
24 31 Jared Goldberg   United States 1:26.49 +2.05
25 22 Klemen Kosi   Slovenia 1:26.50 +2.06
26 8 Thomas Tumler   Switzerland 1:26.52 +2.08
27 19 Josef Ferstl   Germany 1:26.81 +2.37
28 23 Joan Verdu   Andorra 1:26.86 +2.42
29 35 Natko Zrnčić-Dim   Croatia 1:27.05 +2.61
30 37 Henrik von Appen   Chile 1:27.57 +3.13
31 42 Andreas Romar   Finland 1:27.70 +3.26
32 41 Christoffer Faarup   Denmark 1:27.81 +3.37
33 45 Marc Oliveras   Andorra 1:27.84 +3.40
34 54 Filip Forejtek   Czech Republic 1:28.06 +3.62
35 46 Ondřej Berndt   Czech Republic 1:28.30 +3.86
36 50 Marco Pfiffner   Liechtenstein 1:28.57 +4.13
37 39 Willis Feasey   New Zealand 1:28.59 +4.15
38 49 Olivier Jenot   Monaco 1:28.80 +4.36
39 51 Andreas Žampa   Slovakia 1:28.89 +4.45
40 47 Jan Zabystřan   Czech Republic 1:29.68 +5.24
41 53 Igor Zakurdayev   Kazakhstan 1:29.96 +5.52
42 58 Yuri Danilochkin   Belarus 1:30.13 +5.69
43 38 Adam Barwood   New Zealand 1:31.10 +6.66
44 60 Kim Dong-woo   South Korea 1:31.64 +7.20
45 61 Simon Breitfuss Kammerlander   Bolivia 1:31.69 +7.25
46 52 Marko Stevović   Serbia 1:31.70 +7.26
47 62 Albin Tahiri   Kosovo 1:32.74 +8.30
48 57 Patrick McMillan   Ireland 1:33.54 +9.10
1 Peter Fill   Italy DNF
2 Mauro Caviezel   Switzerland DNF
24 Ted Ligety   United States DNF
27 Andrew Weibrecht   United States DNF
30 Martin Čater   Slovenia DNF
34 Marko Vukićević   Serbia DNF
36 Miha Hrobat   Slovenia DNF
40 James Crawford   Canada DNF
43 Filip Zubčić   Croatia DNF
44 Michał Kłusak   Poland DNF
48 Jan Hudec   Czech Republic DNF
56 Ivan Kovbasnyuk   Ukraine DNF
59 Márton Kékesi   Hungary DNF
55 Michel Macedo   Brazil DNS

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Venues". www.pyeongchang2018.com/. Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Organizing Committee for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Archived from the original on 17 February 2018. Retrieved 26 December 2017.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ "Qualification Systems for XXII Olympic Winter Games, PyeongChang 2018 Alpine skiing" (PDF). International Ski Federation (FIS). 16 August 2017. Retrieved 20 January 2018.
  4. ^ Final results