FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013 – Men's giant slalom

The Men's Giant Slalom competition at the 2013 World Championships ran on Friday, February 15 at 10:00 local time (1st run) and 13:30 (2nd run), the ninth race of the championships. 99 athletes from 55 countries competed in the main race[1] while 132 athletes from 53 countries competed in the qualification race on Thursday, February 14.[2]

Men's giant slalom
at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
VenuePlanai
Schladming, Austria
Date15 February 2013
Competitors99 from 55 nations
Winning time2:28.92
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Austria
bronze medal    Italy
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Ted Ligety won his third gold medal of the 2013 World Championships, joined on the podium by Marcel Hirscher and Manfred Mölgg. Ligety became the fifth man in history to win three or more gold medals at one world championships and the first in 45 years, when Jean-Claude Killy won four in 1968. Ligety is the first racer of either gender to win the Super G, the giant slalom, and the combined at one world championships.[3][4][5]

ResultsEdit

RaceEdit

The first run was held at 10:00[6] and the second run at 13:30.[7]

Rank Bib Name Nation Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Difference
  3 Ted Ligety   United States 1:13.14 1 1:15.78 6 2:28.92
  6 Marcel Hirscher   Austria 1:14.45 3 1:15.28 1 2:29.73 +0.81
  7 Manfred Mölgg   Italy 1:14.58 4 1:16.09 9 2:30.67 +1.75
4 1 Aksel Lund Svindal   Norway 1:14.44 2 1:16.27 13 2:30.71 +1.79
5 2 Alexis Pinturault   France 1:15.09 8 1:15.77 5 2:30.86 +1.94
6 8 Davide Simoncelli   Italy 1:14.91 6 1:16.09 9 2:31.00 +2.08
7 5 Fritz Dopfer   Germany 1:14.72 5 1:16.39 17 2:31.11 +2.19
8 11 Philipp Schörghofer   Austria 1:15.45 11 1:15.72 4 2:31.17 +2.25
9 15 Benjamin Raich   Austria 1:15.04 7 1:16.28 15 2:31.32 +2.40
10 13 Felix Neureuther   Germany 1:16.30 14 1:15.40 2 2:31.70 +2.78
11 4 Massimiliano Blardone   Italy 1:15.47 12 1:16.27 13 2:31.74 +2.82
12 10 Marcus Sandell   Finland 1:15.42 10 1:16.56 20 2:31.98 +3.06
13 14 Marcel Mathis   Austria 1:15.13 9 1:17.04 23 2:32.17 +3.25
14 16 André Myhrer   Sweden 1:16.93 17 1:15.54 3 2:32.47 +3.55
15 27 Gino Caviezel    Switzerland 1:16.99 18 1:15.96 8 2:32.95 +4.03
16 24 Tim Jitloff   United States 1:17.17 21 1:15.91 7 2:33.08 +4.16
17 26 Adam Žampa   Slovakia 1:17.07 19 1:16.20 12 2:33.27 +4.35
18 19 Matts Olsson   Sweden 1:15.51 13 1:17.82 28 2:33.33 +4.41
19 17 Cyprien Richard   France 1:16.71 15 1:16.83 22 2:33.54 +4.62
20 36 Henrik Kristoffersen   Norway 1:17.67 25 1:16.14 11 2:33.81 +4.89
21 23 Mathieu Faivre   France 1:16.78 16 1:17.07 24 2:33.85 +4.93
22 39 Žan Kranjec   Slovenia 1:17.54 23 1:16.43 18 2:33.97 +5.05
23 25 Roberto Nani   Italy 1:17.44 22 1:16.59 21 2:34.03 +5.11
24 21 Leif Kristian Haugen   Norway 1:18.11 28 1:16.31 16 2:34.42 +5.50
25 9 Ivica Kostelić   Croatia 1:17.61 24 1:17.11 25 2:34.72 +5.80
26 34 Robby Kelley   United States 1:18.44 29 1:16.47 19 2:34.91 +5.99
27 38 Pavel Trikhichev   Russia 1:17.70 26 1:17.68 27 2:35.38 +6.46
28 50 Filip Zubčić   Croatia 1:18.78 30 1:17.64 26 2:36.42 +7.50
29 52 Tomoya Ishi   Japan 1:19.10 32 1:18.75 31 2:37.85 +8.93
30 42 Eemeli Pirinen   Finland 1:19.44 33 1:18.45 30 2:37.89 +8.97
31 44 Klemen Kosi   Slovenia 1:19.85 36 1:18.18 29 2:38.03 +9.11
32 37 Samu Torsti   Finland 1:19.09 31 1:19.22 34 2:38.31 +9.39
33 47 Aleksander Andrienko   Russia 1:20.05 37 1:19.09 32 2:39.14 +10.22
34 53 Nikola Chongarov   Bulgaria 1:20.09 38 1:19.19 33 2:39.28 +10.36
35 35 Philip Brown   Canada 1:19.75 35 1:20.09 37 2:39.84 +10.92
36 51 Ryunosuke Ohkoshi   Japan 1:20.41 40 1:19.76 36 2:40.17 +11.25
37 43 Maarten Meiners   Netherlands 1:21.21 43 1:19.39 35 2:40.60 +11.68
38 62 Kristaps Zvejnieks   Latvia 1:20.82 41 1:20.12 38 2:40.94 +12.02
39 58 Joan Verdú Sánchez   Andorra 1:21.06 42 1:20.27 39 2:41.33 +12.41
40 54 Roger Vidosa   Andorra 1:21.77 45 1:20.29 40 2:42.06 +13.14
41 48 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner   Argentina 1:21.88 46 1:20.78 41 2:42.66 +13.74
42 46 Luke Laidlaw   Australia 1:19.51 34 1:24.11 46 2:43.62 +14.70
43 80 Yuri Danilochkin   Belarus 1:22.49 49 1:21.97 42 2:44.46 +15.54
44 56 Olivier Jenot   Monaco 1:21.28 44 1:23.73 45 2:45.01 +16.09
45 73 Mike Rishworth   Australia 1:23.07 50 1:22.49 43 2:45.56 +16.64
46 72 Eugenio Claro   Chile 1:21.95 47 1:25.03 50 2:46.98 +18.06
47 85 Norbert Farkas   Hungary 1:24.58 53 1:22.96 44 2:47.54 +18.62
48 59 Mohammad Kiadarbandsari   Iran 1:24.49 52 1:24.46 47 2:48.95 +20.03
49 75 Antonio Ristevski   North Macedonia 1:24.41 51 1:24.84 48 2:49.25 +20.33
50 81 Massimiliano Valcareggi   Greece 1:25.61 56 1:24.97 49 2:50.58 +21.66
51 76 Christoffer Faarup   Denmark 1:25.21 55 1:25.84 51 2:51.05 +22.13
52 98 Conor Lyne   Ireland 1:24.75 54 1:26.41 52 2:51.16 +22.24
53 79 Alexandru Barbu   Romania 1:25.75 57 1:26.67 54 2:52.42 +23.50
54 82 Erjon Tola   Albania 1:27.66 59 1:26.66 53 2:54.32 +25.40
55 86 Einar-Kristinn Kristgeirsson   Iceland 1:26.73 58 1:28.13 55 2:54.86 +25.94
56 91 Vasyl Telychuk   Ukraine 1:28.94 60 1:31.48 56 3:00.42 +31.50
18 Didier Defago    Switzerland 1:17.13 20 DNF
30 Dustin Cook   Canada 1:20.19 39 DNF
77 Iason Abramashvili   Georgia 1:22.47 48 DNF
22 Carlo Janka    Switzerland 1:17.78 27 DNS
61 99 Alexandre Mohbat   Lebanon 1:29.09 61
62 89 Marko Rudić   Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:29.29 62
63 87 Park Hy-Un   South Korea 1:29.34 63
64 97 Constantinos Papamichael   Cyprus 1:30.51 64
65 92 Sam Greefs   Belgium 1:31.07 65
66 93 Kim Yngland   Luxembourg 1:31.34 66
67 96 Mladen Minić   Montenegro 1:32.04 67
68 94 Dmitriy Babikov   Uzbekistan 1:35.18 68
69 88 Virgile Vandeput   Israel 1:38.16 69
70 90 Arsen Nersisyan   Armenia 1:38.55 70
12 Thomas Fanara   France DNF
28 Marc Berthod    Switzerland DNF
29 Janez Jazbec   Slovenia DNF
32 Victor Malmström   Finland DNF
33 Stepan Zuev   Russia DNF
40 Thomas Biesemeyer   United States DNF
41 Mirko Delflorian   Moldova DNF
45 Misel Zerak   Slovenia DNF
49 Benjamin Griffin   New Zealand DNF
55 Simon Heeb   Liechtenstein DNF
57 Sebastiano Gastaldi   Argentina DNF
61 Warren Cummings Smith   Estonia DNF
63 Adam Barwood   New Zealand DNF
64 Steffan Winkelhorst   Netherlands DNF
65 Andreas Zampa   Slovakia DNF
66 Marc Oliveras   Andorra DNF
67 Jorge Birkner Ketelhohn   Argentina DNF
68 Leo Vukelić   Croatia DNF
69 Stefan Prisadov   Bulgaria DNF
70 Marko Vukićević   Serbia DNF
71 Jaba Gelashvili   Georgia DNF
74 Matej Falat   Slovakia DNF
78 Patrick Brachner   Azerbaijan DNF
84 Zhang Yuxin   China DNF
95 Manfred Oettl Reyes   Peru DNF
20 Stefan Luitz   Germany DQ
83 Jhonatan Longhi   Brazil DQ
31 Ondřej Bank   Czech Republic DNS
60 Martin Vráblík   Czech Republic DNS

QualificationEdit

Qualified for the actual race were the top 25 runners + one runner each from the best 25 non-represented nations amongst the qualifiers. The first run started at 10:00[8] and the second run at 13:30.[9]

Rank Bib Name Nation Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Difference
1 4 Tomoya Ishii   Japan 1:09.62 1 1:14.27 3 2:23.89
2 17 Kristaps Zvejnieks   Latvia 1:09.97 2 1:14.17 2 2:24.14 +0.25
3 6 Nikola Chongarov   Bulgaria 1:10.78 4 1:14.70 7 2:25.48 +1.59
4 14 Sebastiano Gastaldi   Argentina 1:10.02 3 1:15.66 17 2:25.68 +1.79
5 21 Andreas Zampa   Slovakia 1:11.30 9 1:14.61 6 2:25.91 +2.02
6 2 Ryunosuke Ohkoshi   Japan 1:11.75 12 1:14.58 5 2:26.33 +2.44
7 5 Simon Heeb   Liechtenstein 1:11.27 8 1:15.11 9 2:26.38 +2.49
8 10 Joan Verdú Sánchez   Andorra 1:10.80 5 1:15.64 16 2:26.44 +2.55
9 41 Iason Abramashvili   Georgia 1:12.13 16 1:14.54 4 2:26.67 +2.78
10 15 Maciej Bydliński   Poland 1:11.60 11 1:15.51 15 2:27.11 +3.22
11 1 Roger Vidosa   Andorra 1:11.13 7 1:16.08 21 2:27.21 +3.32
12 3 Olivier Jenot   Monaco 1:11.78 13 1:15.44 13 2:27.22 +3.33
13 19 Adam Barwood   New Zealand 1:12.06 14 1:15.26 11 2:27.32 +3.43
14 8 Martin Vráblík   Czech Republic 1:11.30 9 1:16.33 26 2:27.63 +3.74
15 35 Matej Falat   Slovakia 1:12.25 17 1:15.78 18 2:28.03 +4.14
16 28 Stefan Prisadov   Bulgaria 1:13.14 20 1:15.04 8 2:28.18 +4.29
17 32 Jaba Gelashvili   Georgia 1:12.42 19 1:15.87 19 2:28.29 +4.40
18 27 Leo Vukelić   Croatia 1:13.63 24 1:15.14 10 2:28.77 +4.88
19 33 Eugenio Claro   Chile 1:12.09 15 1:16.77 28 2:28.86 +4.97
20 45 Yuri Danilochkin   Belarus 1:13.58 23 1:15.37 12 2:28.95 +5.06
21 25 Marc Oliveras   Andorra 1:13.52 22 1:15.48 14 2:29.00 5.11
22 20 Steffan Winkelhorst   Netherlands 1:15.31 35 1:14.06 1 2:29.37 +5.48
23 26 Jorge Birkner Ketelhohn   Argentina 1:13.74 26 1:15.93 20 2:29.67 +5.78
24 34 Mike Rishworth   Australia 1:13.82 27 1:16.17 23 2:29.99 +6.10
25 9 Mohammad Kiadarbandsari   Iran 1:12.27 18 1:17.73 29 2:30.00 +6.11
26 24 Henrik von Appen   Chile 1:13.91 28 1:16.16 22 2:30.07 6.18
27 31 Rodrigo Murtagh   Argentina 1:13.92 29 1:16.39 27 2:30.31 +6.42
28 42 Patrick Brachner   Azerbaijan 1:14.28 30 1:16.26 24 2:30.54 +6.65
29 46 Elias Kolega   Croatia 1:14.98 33 1:16.30 25 2:31.28 +7.39
30 29 Willis Feasey   New Zealand 1:15.08 34 1:18.63 21 2:33.71 9.82
31 36 Marco Pfiffner   Liechtenstein 1:15.53 36 1:18.47 31 2:34.00 +10.11
32 43 Morteza Jafari   Iran 1:16.19 37 1:18.27 30 2:34.46 +10.57
33 44 Alexandru Barbu   Romania 1:16.39 39 1:19.23 34 2:35.62 +11.73
34 70 Marko Rudić   Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:16.76 40 1:18.94 33 2:35.70 +11.81
35 54 Norbert Farkas   Hungary 1:14.71 31 1:21.11 42 2:35.82 +11.93
36 80 Ivan Kovbasnyuk   Ukraine 1:17.45 43 1:20.16 36 2:37.61 +13.72
37 50 Erjon Tola   Albania 1:17.26 42 1:20.81 38 2:38.07 +14.18
38 73 Strahinja Stanišić   Serbia 1:18.26 48 1:19.94 35 2:38.20 +14.31
39 72 Ioannis Antoniou   Greece 1:18.05 47 1:20.66 37 2:38.71 +14.82
40 61 Brynjar-Jökull Gudmundsson   Iceland 1:17.69 45 1:21.11 42 2:38.80 +14.91
41 64 Arnar-Geir Isaksson   Iceland 1:18.66 50 1:20.89 40 2:39.55 +15.66
42 88 Conor Lyne   Ireland 1:18.73 52 1:20.84 39 2:39.57 +15.68
43 51 Jhonatan Longhi   Brazil 1:16.84 41 1:23.83 47 2:40.67 +16.78
44 91 Benjamin Szollos   Hungary 1:20.75 56 1:21.09 41 2:41.84 +17.95
45 60 Park Hy-Un   South Korea 1:20.37 54 1:22.41 44 2:42.78 +18.89
46 117 Alexander Heath   South Africa 1:21.13 58 1:22.83 45 2:43.96 +20.07
47 95 Evgeniy Timofeev   Kyrgyzstan 1:21.04 57 1:23.04 46 2:44.08 +20.19
48 97 Viacheslau Yudzin   Belarus 1:21.90 62 1:24.57 48 2:46.47 +22.58
49 90 Alexandre Mohbat   Lebanon 1:21.39 60 1:25.85 51 2:47.24 +23.35
50 76 Sam Greefs   Belgium 1:22.49 63 1:25.67 50 2:48.16 +24.27
51 100 Vincenzo Romano Michelotti   San Marino 1:25.24 70 1:25.42 49 2:50.66 +26.77
52 102 Aivaras Tumas   Lithuania 1:23.38 64 1:27.31 52 2:50.69 +26.80
53 79 Arsen Ghazaryan   Armenia 1:24.75 67 1:27.34 53 2:52.09 +28.20
54 106 Roberts Brishka   Latvia 1:25.34 71 1:27.45 54 2:52.79 +28.90
55 105 Dinos Lefkaritis   Cyprus 1:24.72 66 1:28.28 55 2:53.00 +29.11
56 103 Gilles Bock   Luxembourg 1:25.13 69 1:30.09 57 2:55.22 +31.33
57 104 Karolis Janulionis   Lithuania 1:27.46 73 1:29.65 56 2:57.11 +33.22
58 96 Tarek Fenianos   Lebanon 1:28.83 74 1:30.98 58 2:59.81 +35.92
59 115 Sive Speelman   South Africa 1:29.09 75 1:32.62 60 3:01.71 +37.82
60 81 Dmitriy Babikov   Uzbekistan 1:31.41 77 1:32.23 59 3:03.64 +39.75
61 112 Arif Mohd Khan   India 1:33.45 79 1:35.87 61 3:09.32 +45.43
62 94 Dani Chamoun   Lebanon 1:32.47 78 1:38.03 62 3:10.50 +46.61
63 113 Tsotane Dywili   South Africa 1:34.29 80 1:41.11 63 3:15.40 +51.51
64 128 Jean-Pierre Roy   Haiti 1:47.22 82 1:52.60 64 3:39.82 +1:15.93
65 129 Wu Meng-che   Chinese Taipei 1:52.02 84 1:58.19 65 3:50.21 +1:26.32
66 130 Michael Elliott Williams   Jamaica 1:58.19 85 2:11.63 66 4:09.82 +1:45.93
7 Kevin Esteve   Andorra 1:11.03 6 DNF
12 Nick Prebble   New Zealand 1:13.36 21 DNF
13 Ondřej Berndt   Czech Republic 1:14.79 32 DNF
49 Hossein Saveh-Shemshaki   Iran 1:17.56 44 DNF
55 Einar-Kristinn Kristgeirsson   Iceland 1:18.72 51 DNF
58 Miks Zvejnieks   Latvia 1:16.22 38 DNF
63 Kostas Sykaras   Greece 1:18.01 46 DNF
66 Marko Stevović   Serbia 1:18.43 49 DNF
75 Vasyl Telychuk   Ukraine 1:21.36 59 DNF
84 Mladen Minić   Montenegro 1:19.61 53 DNF
85 Tarik Hadžić   Montenegro 1:20.63 55 DNF
86 Balázs Hegyi   Hungary 1:24.91 68 DNF
87 Constantinos Papamichael   Cyprus 1:23.98 65 DNF
89 Zoltán Halmágyi   Hungary 1:21.59 61 DNF
107 Sergei Trelevskii   Kyrgyzstan 1:26.88 72 DNF
110 Lorenzo Bizzocchi   San Marino 1:30.24 76 DNF
114 Davit Khachatryan   Armenia 1:50.66 83 DNF
132 Benoit Etoc   Haiti 2:01.99 86 DNF
52 Manuel Hug   Liechtenstein 1:13.64 25 DQ
123 Gentian Kurtesi   North Macedonia 1:37.14 81 DNS
11 Pouria Saveh-Shemshaki   Iran DNF
16 Warren Cummings Smith   Estonia DNF
18 Alex Beniaidze   Georgia DNF
22 José Tomás Echeverria   Chile DNF
30 Marko Vukićević   Serbia DNF
37 Antonio Ristevski   North Macedonia DNF
38 Christoffer Faarup   Denmark DNF
39 Ross Peraudo   Australia DNF
40 Sebastian Pfingsthorn   Chile DNF
47 Dardan Dehari   North Macedonia DNF
48 Massimiliano Valcareggi   Greece DNF
53 Zhang Yuxin   China DNF
57 Huang Haibin   China DNF
62 Andrija Vuković   Serbia DNF
65 Nico Gauer   Liechtenstein DNF
68 Soso Japharidze   Georgia DNF
69 Virgile Vandeput   Israel DNF
71 Fabio Guglielmini   Brazil DNF
74 Arsen Nersisyan   Armenia DNF
78 Haris Hodžić   Bosnia and Herzegovina DNF
77 Kim Yngland   Luxembourg DNF
82 Manfred Oettl Reyes   Peru DNF
83 Geoffrey Osch   Luxembourg DNF
92 Artem Voronov   Uzbekistan DNF
93 Dmitriy Trelevski   Kyrgyzstan DNF
98 Arkadiy Semenchenko   Uzbekistan DNF
99 Oskar Emil Vedsted-Jacobsen   Denmark DNF
101 Hubert Gallagher   Ireland DNF
108 Michael Chaker   Lebanon DNF
109 Kasper Jacobsen Astorp   Denmark DNF
111 Ģirts Zile   Latvia DNF
118 Konstantin Shchennikov   Uzbekistan DNF
119 Igor Borisov   Kyrgyzstan DNF
120 Himanshu Thakur   India DNF
121 Besar Iljazi   North Macedonia DNF
124 Sunny Kumar   India DNF
127 Malik Holm   Denmark DNF
125 Hubertus von Hohenlohe   Mexico DQ
23 Michal Klusak   Poland DNS
56 Li Lei   China DNS
59 Rostyslav Feshchuk   Ukraine DNS
67 Kerim Sabljica   Bosnia and Herzegovina DNS
116 Yura Manukyan   Armenia DNS
122 Ricardo Brancal   Portugal DNS
126 Joao-Miguel Marques   Portugal DNS
131 Simonas Masalskas   Lithuania DNS

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Giant Slalom M Official Starter List" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 13 February 2013.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Giant Slalom M Qualification Official Starter List" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 13 February 2013.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "Third Gold medal for Ted Ligety". Ski Racing.com. February 15, 2013.
  4. ^ "Ted Ligety wins GS, becomes 1st man in 45 years to win 3 golds at a world championships". Washington Post. Associated Press. February 15, 2013.
  5. ^ Lewis, Michael C. (February 15, 2013). "Park City's Ted Ligety dominates giant slalom for third gold at world championships". Salt Lake Tribune.
  6. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Giant Slalom M 1st run Results" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 15 February 2013.[permanent dead link]
  7. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Giant Slalom M 2nd run Results" (PDF). FIS. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 February 2013. Retrieved 15 February 2013.
  8. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Giant Slalom M Qualification 1st run Results" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 14 February 2013.
  9. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Giant Slalom M Qualification 2nd run Results" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 14 February 2013.

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