FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2017 – Men's downhill

The Men's downhill competition at the 2017 World Championships was scheduled to be held on 11 February 2017, but it was cancelled due to fog. It was rescheduled on 12 February 2017.[1][2]

Men's downhill
at the FIS Alpine World
Ski Championships 2017
VenuePiz Nair
LocationSt. Moritz, Switzerland
Dates12 February
Competitors56 from 24 nations
Winning time1:38.91
Medalists
gold medal     Switzerland
silver medal    Canada
bronze medal    Austria
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ResultsEdit

The race started at 13:30.[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Diff
  13 Beat Feuz    Switzerland 1:38.91
  17 Erik Guay   Canada 1:39.03 +0.12
  18 Max Franz   Austria 1:39.28 +0.37
4 10 Patrick Küng    Switzerland 1:39.30 +0.39
4 9 Kjetil Jansrud   Norway 1:39.30 +0.39
6 20 Aleksander Aamodt Kilde   Norway 1:39.40 +0.49
7 8 Boštjan Kline   Slovenia 1:39.43 +0.52
8 16 Andreas Sander   Germany 1:39.47 +0.56
9 7 Peter Fill   Italy 1:39.56 +0.65
10 21 Brice Roger   France 1:39.73 +0.82
11 19 Matthias Mayer   Austria 1:39.77 +0.86
12 24 Thomas Dressen   Germany 1:39.79 +0.88
13 5 Dominik Paris   Italy 1:39.80 +0.89
14 34 Miha Hrobat   Slovenia 1:39.97 +1.06
14 4 Guillermo Fayed   France 1:39.97 +1.06
16 38 Felix Monsen   Sweden 1:39.98 +1.07
17 15 Hannes Reichelt   Austria 1:39.99 +1.08
18 28 Josef Ferstl   Germany 1:40.04 +1.13
19 6 Vincent Kriechmayr   Austria 1:40.06 +1.15
20 25 Jared Goldberg   United States 1:40.10 +1.19
21 29 Mauro Caviezel    Switzerland 1:40.14 +1.23
22 26 Mattia Casse   Italy 1:40.21 +1.30
23 23 Nils Mani    Switzerland 1:40.26 +1.35
24 22 Klemen Kosi   Slovenia 1:40.46 +1.55
25 11 Travis Ganong   United States 1:40.50 +1.59
26 12 Bryce Bennett   United States 1:40.53 +1.62
27 3 Adrien Théaux   France 1:40.63 +1.72
28 1 Carlo Janka    Switzerland 1:40.64 +1.73
29 27 Thomas Biesemeyer   United States 1:40.65 +1.74
30 43 Christoffer Faarup   Denmark 1:40.82 +1.91
31 2 Manuel Osborne-Paradis   Canada 1:40.84 +1.93
32 39 Henrik von Appen   Chile 1:41.09 +2.18
33 46 Joan Verdu   Andorra 1:41.54 +2.63
34 40 Ivan Kuznetsov   Russia 1:41.79 +2.88
35 35 Alexander Köll   Sweden 1:41.83 +2.92
36 36 Marc Oliveras   Andorra 1:41.87 +2.96
37 44 Maciej Bydliński   Poland 1:42.03 +3.12
38 30 Rok Perko   Slovenia 1:42.06 +3.15
39 32 Jan Hudec   Czech Republic 1:42.09 +3.18
40 31 Marko Vukićević   Serbia 1:42.64 +3.73
41 33 Martin Bendík   Slovakia 1:42.66 +3.75
42 47 Marco Pfiffner   Liechtenstein 1:42.85 +3.94
43 41 Ondřej Berndt   Czech Republic 1:43.09 +4.18
44 45 Jan Zabystřan   Czech Republic 1:43.27 +4.36
45 48 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner   Argentina 1:43.95 +5.04
46 56 Ioan Valeriu Achiriloaie   Romania 1:44.73 +5.82
47 37 Filip Forejtek   Czech Republic 1:44.97 +6.06
48 50 Marko Stevović   Serbia 1:44.98 +6.07
49 51 Igor Zakudayev   Kazakhstan 1:45.07 +6.16
50 49 Sven von Appen   Chile 1:45.60 +6.69
51 55 Albin Tahiri   Kosovo 1:46.86 +7.95
52 53 Márton Kékesi   Hungary 1:47.76 +8.85
53 54 Kai Horwitz   Chile 1:48.29 +9.38
14 Johan Clarey   France DNF
42 Michał Kłusak   Poland
52 Bence Nagy   Hungary

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedule". Archived from the original on 2017-02-11. Retrieved 2017-01-28.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ Final results