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FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2011 – Men's slalom

Complete results for Men's Slalom competition at the 2011 World Championships, run on Sunday, February 20. The 11th race of the championships, its first run was at 10:00 local time (CET) and the second run at 13:30. A total of 100 athletes from 55 countries competed in the final.[1]

ResultsEdit

Rank Bib Name Nation Run 1[2] Rank Run 2[3] Rank Total[4] Difference
  2 Jean-Baptiste Grange   France 51.30 1 50.42 10 1:41.72
  18 Jens Byggmark   Sweden 52.39 6 49.76 4 1:42.15 +0.43
  1 Manfred Mölgg   Italy 51.52 2 50.81 17 1:42.33 +0.61
4 14 Mario Matt   Austria 53.11 15 49.43 1 1:42.54 +0.82
5 8 Julien Cousineau   Canada 52.95 13 49.64 2 1:42.59 +0.87
6 25 Naoki Yuasa   Japan 52.60 9 50.08 9 1:42.68 +0.96
7 16 Cristian Deville   Italy 53.11 15 49.67 3 1:42.78 +1.06
8 6 Ivica Kostelic   Croatia 52.32 5 50.56 11 1:42.88 +1.16
9 11 Manfred Pranger   Austria 52.41 7 50.62 15 1:43.03 +1.31
10 5 Andre Myhrer   Sweden 51.87 3 51.35 21 1:43.22 +1.50
11 10 Axel Bäck   Sweden 52.59 8 50.90 19 1:43.49 +1.77
12 3 Mattias Hargin   Sweden 52.27 4 51.32 20 1:43.59 +1.87
13 20 Mitja Valencic   Slovenia 53.03 14 50.60 13 1:43.63 +1.91
14 22 Urs Imboden   Moldova 53.75 23 50.03 7 1:43.78 +2.06
15 29 Nolan Kasper   United States 53.16 17 50.67 16 1:43.83 +2.11
16 28 Filip Trejbal   Czech Republic 54.04 27 49.80 6 1:43.84 +2.12
17 39 Alexis Pinturault   France 54.13 29 49.78 5 1:43.91 +2.19
18 33 Christoph Dreier   Austria 53.95 26 50.07 8 1:44.02 +2.30
19 17 Ted Ligety   United States 52.78 12 51.39 22 1:44.17 +2.45
20 26 Trevor White   Canada 53.84 25 50.58 12 1:44.42 +2.70
21 43 Fritz Dopfer   Germany 53.63 21 50.88 18 1:44.51 +2.79
22 37 Stefano Gross   Italy 54.33 32 50.60 13 1:44.93 +3.21
23 23 Lars Elton Myhre   Norway 53.55 20 52.02 25 1:45.57 +3.85
24 51 Adam Žampa   Slovakia 54.08 28 51.56 23 1:45.64 +3.92
25 30 Justin Murisier    Switzerland 55.49 37 51.79 24 1:47.28 +5.56
26 34 Kilian Albrecht   Bulgaria 55.12 35 52.52 26 1:47.64 +5.92
27 41 Markus Vogel    Switzerland 54.15 30 53.60 29 1:47.75 +6.03
28 53 Ryonosuke Ohkoshi   Japan 55.50 38 53.13 27 1:48.63 +6.91
29 56 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner   Argentina 55.53 31 53.85 31 1:49.38 +7.66
30 75 Filip Zubcic   Croatia 57.22 43 53.26 28 1:50.48 +8.76
31 59 Nikola Chongarov   Bulgaria 57.39 44 53.61 30 1:51.00 +9.28
32 72 Roger Vidosa   Andorra 57.10 42 54.03 32 1:51.13 +9.41
33 62 Jeroen Van Den Bogaert   Belgium 57.04 41 54.97 34 1:52.01 +10.29
34 70 Olivier Jenot   Monaco 58.53 46 54.58 33 1:53.11 +11.39
35 63 Mike Rishworth   Australia 58.62 47 55.13 35 1:53.75 +12.03
36 79 Kristaps Zvejnieks   Latvia 59.31 48 56.81 36 1:56.12 +14.40
37 19 Marc Gini    Switzerland 55.50 38 1:01.24 44 1:56.74 +15.02
38 21 Brad Spence   Canada 53.27 19 1:03.48 46 1:56.75 +15.03
39 44 Krystof Kryzl   Czech Republic 54.36 33 1:03.07 45 1:57.43 +15.71
40 81 Nikos Bonou   Greece 1:00.35 49 58.62 38 1:58.97 +17.25
41 92 Christian Vial   Denmark 1:01.65 52 58.41 37 2:00.06 +18.34
42 89 Jhonatan Longhi   Brazil 1:01.11 50 59.13 39 2:00.24 +18.52
43 87 Bojan Kosic   Montenegro 1:01.83 53 1:00.99 43 2:02.82 +21.10
44 91 Bertold Szepesi   Hungary 1:03.11 54 59.92 41 2:03.03 +21.31
45 94 Vitalij Rumiancev   Lithuania 1:03.93 55 59.13 39 2:03.06 +21.34
46 90 Igor Vakhnenko   Ukraine 1:04.04 56 1:00.16 42 2:04.20 +22.48
47 83 Marko Rudic   Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:01.35 51 1:13.70 48 2:15.05 +33.33
48 93 Erdinc Turksever   Turkey 1:05.42 57 1:10.14 47 2:15.56 +33.84
4 Reinfried Herbst   Austria 52.65 10 DNF
12 Giuliano Razzoli   Italy 52.77 11 DNF
40 Wolfgang Hoerl   Austria 53.17 18 DNF
13 Felix Neureuther   Germany 53.65 22 DNF
36 Matic Skube   Slovenia 53.77 24 DNF
27 Akira Sasaki   Japan 54.18 31 DNF
32 David Chodounsky   United States 54.57 34 DNF
46 Leif Kristian Haugen   Norway 55.43 36 DNF
49 Victor Malmstrom   Finland 58.35 45 DNF
99 Artem Voronov   Uzbekistan 1:09.78 58 DNF
7 Silvan Zurbriggen    Switzerland DNF
9 Steve Missillier   France DNF
15 Michael Janyk   Canada DNF
24 Ondrej Bank   Czech Republic DNF
31 Kjetil Jansrud   Norway DNF
35 Will Brandenburg   United States DNF
38 Kalle Palander   Finland DNF
42 Maxime Tissot   France DNF
45 Björgvin Björgvinsson   Iceland DNF
47 Noel Baxter   United Kingdom DNF
48 Martin Vrablik   Czech Republic DNF
50 Natko Zrncic-Dim   Croatia DNF
52 Aleksandr Khoroshilov   Russia DNF
54 Kyung Sung-Hyun   South Korea DNF
55 David Ryding   United Kingdom DNF
57 Marcus Sandell   Finland DNF
58 Stepan Zuev   Russia DNF
60 Georgi Georgiev   Bulgaria DNF
61 Kai Alaerts   Belgium DNF
64 Kim Woo-Sung   South Korea DNF
65 Joery Rooij Van   Netherlands DNF
66 Stefan Luitz   Germany DNF
67 Santeri Paloniemi   Finland DNF
68 Pouria Saveh-Shemshaki   Iran DNF
69 Jaroslav Babusiak   Slovakia DNF
71 Sebastiano Gastaldi   Argentina DNF
73 Maciej Bydlinski   Poland DNF
74 Pol Carreras   Spain DNF
76 Benjamin Griffin   New Zealand DNF
77 Simon Heeb   Liechtenstein DNF
78 Antonio Ristevski   North Macedonia DNF
80 Ioan-Gabriel Nan   Romania DNF
82 Alex Beniaidze   Georgia DNF
84 Martin Khuber   Kazakhstan DNF
85 Patrick Brachner   Azerbaijan DNF
86 Yuri Danilochkin   Belarus DNF
88 Martin Anguita   Chile DNF
95 Zhang Yuxin   China DNF
96 Constantinos Papamichael   Cyprus DNF
97 Alexander Heath   South Africa DNF
100 Arsen Nersisyan   Armenia DNF
98 Virgile Vandeput   Israel DSQ

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Slalom M Official Starter List" (PDF). FIS. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 March 2011. Retrieved 27 February 2011.
  2. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Slalom M 1st Run Results" (PDF). FIS. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 March 2011. Retrieved 27 February 2011.
  3. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Slalom M 2nd Run Results" (PDF). FIS. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 March 2011. Retrieved 27 February 2011.
  4. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Slalom M Results". FIS. Archived from the original on 24 May 2012. Retrieved 27 February 2011.