FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2007 – Women's super-G

The Women's Super-G competition at the 2007 World Championships was held on Tuesday, February 6.[1][2]

Women's Super-G
at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2007
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VenueWM Strecke
Åre, Jämtland, Sweden
DateFebruary 6, 2007
Competitors43 from 17 nations
Winning time1:18.85
Medalists
gold medal    Sweden
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    Austria
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The race was scheduled to start at 11:00 CET.

The start was lowered 74 meters (243 ft) to 3,246 m (10,650 ft), shortening the course by 200 m (220 yd). The reduced course had a vertical drop of 516 m (1,693 ft) and a length of 1.640 km (1.02 mi).

ResultsEdit

Rank Bib Name Country Time Diff.
  24 Anja Pärson   Sweden 1:18.85
  30 Lindsey Kildow   United States 1:19.17 +0.32
  31 Renate Götschl   Austria 1:19.38 +0.53
4 29 Nicole Hosp   Austria 1:19.44 +0.59
4 18 Britt Janyk   Canada 1:19.44 +0.59
6 27 Julia Mancuso   United States 1:19.63 +0.78
7 26 Nadia Styger    Switzerland 1:19.65 +0.80
8 28 Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria 1:19.97 +1.12
9 10 Libby Ludlow   United States 1:20.08 +1.23
10 11 Maria Riesch   Germany 1:20.18 +1.33
11 3 Fabienne Suter    Switzerland 1:20.19 +1.34
12 22 Martina Schild    Switzerland 1:20.63 +1.78
13 17 Emily Brydon   Canada 1:20.65 +1.80
14 21 Tina Maze   Slovenia 1:20.73 +1.88
15 12 Petra Haltmayr   Germany 1:20.74 +1.89
16 13 Christine Sponring   Austria 1:20.75 +1.90
17 1 Johanna Schnarf   Italy 1:21.08 +2.23
18 5 Marie Marchand-Arvier   France 1:21.16 +2.31
19 20 Fraenzi Aufdenblatten    Switzerland 1:21.20 +2.35
20 15 Genevieve Simard   Canada 1:21.24 +2.39
20 14 Kirsten Clark   United States 1:21.24 +2.39
22 8 Gina Stechert   Germany 1:21.25 +2.40
23 2 Alexandra Coletti   Monaco 1:21.56 +2.71
24 33 Urska Rabic   Slovenia 1:21.58 +2.73
25 6 Carolina Ruiz Castillo   Spain 1:21.86 +3.01
26 38 Dagny Kristjansdottir   Iceland 1:22.01 +3.16
27 34 Petra Robnik   Slovenia 1:22.19 +3.34
28 9 Chemmy Alcott   Great Britain 1:22.22 +3.37
29 37 Lucie Hrstková   Czech Republic 1:22.43 +3.58
30 42 Frida Hansdotter   Sweden 1:22.49 +3.64
31 36 Elena Fanchini   Italy 1:24.64 +5.79
32 41 Eva Hucková   Slovakia 1:26.85 +8.00
33 40 Sona Maculová   Slovakia 1:28.36 +9.51
34 7 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby   Sweden 1:31.09 +12.24
4 Nike Bent   Sweden DNF
16 Ingrid Jacquemod   France DNF
19 Nadia Fanchini   Italy DNF
23 Lucia Recchia   Italy DNF
23 Kelly Vanderbeek   Canada DNF
32 Tina Weirather   Liechtenstein DNF
35 Anne-Sophie Barthet   France DNF
39 Kajsa Kling   Sweden DNF
43 Anna Breigutu   Brazil DNF

ReferencesEdit