FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2011 – Men's super-G

Complete results for Men's Super-G competition at the 2011 World Championships. It ran on February 9 at 11:00 local time, the second race of the championships. 73 athletes from 30 countries competed.[1]

Men's Super G
LocationGarmisch Classic, Kandahar 2
Vertical   625 m (2,051 ft)
Top elevation1,395 m (4,577 ft)  
Base elevation   770 m (2,526 ft)

ResultsEdit

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Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
  15 Christof Innerhofer   Italy 1:38.31
  12 Hannes Reichelt   Austria 1:38.91 +0.60
  19 Ivica Kostelić   Croatia 1:39.03 +0.72
4 18 Didier Cuche    Switzerland 1:39.34 +1.03
5 21 Benjamin Raich   Austria 1:39.65 +1.34
6 8 Romed Baumann   Austria 1:39.79 +1.48
7 16 Carlo Janka    Switzerland 1:40.03 +1.72
8 9 Werner Heel   Italy 1:40.13 +1.82
9 14 Peter Fill   Italy 1:40.34 +2.03
10 13 Adrien Théaux   France 1:40.44 +2.13
11 17 Michael Walchhofer   Austria 1:40.51 +2.20
12 11 Bode Miller   United States 1:41.06 +2.75
13 27 Silvan Zurbriggen    Switzerland 1:41.12 +2.81
14 24 Tommy Ford   United States 1:41.21 +2.90
15 25 Matteo Marsaglia   Italy 1:41.26 +2.95
16 4 Andrej Jerman   Slovenia 1:41.35 +3.04
17 45 Ondřej Bank   Czech Republic 1:41.36 +3.05
18 23 Travis Ganong   United States 1:41.49 +3.18
19 43 Benjamin Thomsen   Canada 1:41.92 +3.61
20 28 Andrej Šporn   Slovenia 1:42.20 +3.89
21 35 Andreas Sander   Germany 1:42.40 +4.09
22 1 Aleš Gorza   Slovenia 1:42.45 +4.14
23 5 Patrik Järbyn   Sweden 1:42.49 +4.18
24 48 Matts Olsson   Sweden 1:42.55 +4.24
25 3 Thomas Frey   France 1:42.81 +4.50
26 40 Natko Zrnčić-Dim   Croatia 1:43.15 +4.84
27 47 Stepan Zuev   Russia 1:43.63 +5.32
28 55 Truls Ove Karlsen   Norway 1:44.01 +5.70
29 57 Roger Vidosa   Andorra 1:44.84 +6.53
30 61 Georgi Georgiev   Bulgaria 1:45.23 +6.92
31 51 Tim Cafe   New Zealand 1:45.24 +6.93
32 41 Benjamin Griffin   New Zealand 1:45.63 +7.32
33 56 Nicola Kindle   Liechtenstein 1:46.75 +8.44
34 58 Yuri Danilochkin   Belarus 1:46.81 +8.50
35 68 Igor Zakurdaev   Kazakhstan 1:47.12 +8.81
36 66 Matej Falat   Slovakia 1:48.26 +9.95
37 63 Michał Kłusak   Poland 1:48.29 +9.98
38 65 Igor Laikert   Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:48.43 +10.12
39 60 Dmitriy Koshkin   Kazakhstan 1:49.07 +10.76
40 73 Rostyslav Feshchuk   Ukraine 1:49.79 +11.48
41 69 Taras Pimenov   Kazakhstan 1:51.04 +12.73
29 Yannick Bertrand   France DNS
71 Dimitri Gedevanishvili   Georgia DNS
2 Ted Ligety   United States DNF
6 Andrej Križaj   Slovenia DNF
7 Sandro Viletta    Switzerland DNF
10 Tobias Grünenfelder    Switzerland DNF
20 Aksel Lund Svindal   Norway DNF
22 Erik Guay   Canada DNF
26 Alexis Pinturault   France DNF
30 Kjetil Jansrud   Norway DNF
31 Jan Hudec   Canada DNF
32 Ed Drake   Great Britain DNF
33 Petr Záhrobský   Czech Republic DNF
34 Andreas Romar   Finland DNF
36 Hans Olsson   Sweden DNF
37 Tobias Stechert   Germany DNF
38 Mirko Deflorian   Moldova DNF
39 Paul de la Cuesta   Spain DNF
42 Ferrán Terra   Spain DNF
44 TJ Baldwin   Great Britain DNF
46 Mark Syrovatka   Czech Republic DNF
49 Kevin Esteve Rigail   Andorra DNF
50 Maciej Bydliński   Poland DNF
52 Tin Široki   Croatia DNF
53 Jaroslav Babušiak   Slovakia DNF
54 Aleksandr Khoroshilov   Russia DNF
59 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner   Argentina DNF
62 Nikola Chongarov   Bulgaria DNF
64 Dalibor Šamšal   Croatia DNF
67 Christoffer Faarup   Denmark DNF
70 Pavel Chernichenko   Kazakhstan DNF
72 Georg Lindner   Moldova DNF

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Super G M Official Starter List" (PDF). FIS. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-10-22. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  2. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Super G M Official Results". FIS. Archived from the original on 10 February 2011. Retrieved 9 February 2011.