FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2017 – Men's slalom

The Men's slalom competition at the 2017 World Championships was held on 19 February 2017.[1][2]

Men's slalom
at the FIS Alpine World
Ski Championships 2017
VenuePiz Nair
LocationSt. Moritz, Switzerland
Dates19 February
Competitors100 from 54 nations
Winning time1:34.75
Medalists
gold medal    Austria
silver medal    Austria
bronze medal    Germany
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A qualification was held on 18 February 2017.[3][4]

ResultsEdit

The first run was started at 09:45[5] and the second run at 13:00.[6]

Rank Bib Name Nation Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Diff
  6 Marcel Hirscher   Austria 46.43 1 48.32 3 1:34.75
  8 Manuel Feller   Austria 47.10 7 48.33 4 1:35.43 +0.68
  2 Felix Neureuther   Germany 47.19 10 48.49 5 1:35.68 +0.93
4 3 Henrik Kristoffersen   Norway 47.08 6 48.71 12 1:35.79 +1.04
5 7 Aleksandr Khoroshilov   Russia 47.11 8 48.69 11 1:35.80 +1.05
6 14 André Myhrer   Sweden 47.55 15 48.30 2 1:35.85 +1.10
7 10 Marco Schwarz   Austria 46.86 2 49.00 17 1:35.86 +1.11
8 12 Michael Matt   Austria 46.91 3 49.08 19 1:35.99 +1.24
9 11 Stefano Gross   Italy 47.40 14 48.75 14 1:36.15 +1.40
10 40 Štefan Hadalin   Slovenia 47.93 22 48.23 1 1:36.16 +1.41
11 5 Dave Ryding   Great Britain 46.96 4 49.22 22 1:36.18 +1.43
12 25 David Chodounsky   United States 47.72 20 48.52 6 1:36.24 +1.49
13 17 Jonathan Nordbotten   Norway 47.55 15 48.71 12 1:36.26 +1.51
14 1 Manfred Mölgg   Italy 47.64 17 48.66 8 1:36.30 +1.55
15 21 Leif Kristian Haugen   Norway 47.67 19 48.68 10 1:36.35 +1.60
16 37 Reto Schmidiger    Switzerland 47.75 21 48.63 7 1:36.38 +1.63
17 26 Victor Muffat-Jeandet   France 47.37 12 49.07 18 1:36.44 +1.69
18 29 Robin Buffet   France 47.65 18 49.10 20 1:36.75 +2.00
19 22 Luca Aerni    Switzerland 48.32 26 48.67 9 1:36.99 +2.24
20 27 Linus Strasser   Germany 48.25 25 48.96 16 1:37.21 +2.46
21 38 Dominik Stehle   Germany 48.01 23 49.21 21 1:37.22 +2.47
22 24 Giuliano Razzoli   Italy 48.37 27 48.89 15 1:37.26 +2.51
23 18 Jean-Baptiste Grange   France 48.23 24 49.57 23 1:37.80 +3.05
24 19 Patrick Thaler   Italy 48.92 33 49.57 23 1:38.49 +3.74
25 47 Joaquim Salarich   Spain 48.82 30 49.68 25 1:38.50 +3.75
26 49 Marco Pfiffner   Liechtenstein 48.66 28 50.21 28 1:38.87 +4.12
27 46 Albert Popov   Bulgaria 48.86 31 50.22 29 1:39.08 +4.33
28 30 Stefan Luitz   Germany 48.95 34 50.20 27 1:39.15 +4.40
29 55 Aleksandr Andrienko   Russia 49.29 42 50.09 26 1:39.38 +4.63
30 39 Istok Rodeš   Croatia 49.28 41 50.35 30 1:39.63 +4.88
31 53 Joonas Rasanen   Finland 49.32 43 50.42 31 1:39.74 +4.99
32 45 Kristaps Zvejnieks   Latvia 48.96 35 50.91 34 1:39.87 +5.12
33 69 Laurie Taylor   Great Britain 49.09 38 50.90 32 1:39.99 +5.24
34 32 Mark Engel   United States 49.05 37 51.04 36 1:40.09 +5.34
35 31 Matej Vidović   Croatia 49.26 40 50.90 32 1:40.16 +5.41
36 58 Kamen Zlatkov   Bulgaria 49.73 45 51.02 35 1:40.75 +6.00
37 52 Gustav Lundbäck   Sweden 51.22 51 51.43 37 1:42.65 +7.90
38 54 Ivica Kostelić   Croatia 49.93 46 52.77 39 1:42.70 +7.95
39 35 Robby Kelley   United States 49.25 39 53.78 43 1:43.03 +8.28
40 81 Iason Abramashvili   Georgia 50.74 50 52.76 38 1:43.50 +8.75
41 56 Kai Alaerts   Belgium 50.19 48 53.32 41 1:43.51 +8.76
42 64 Steffan Winkelhorst   Netherlands 48.76 29 54.93 45 1:43.69 +8.94
43 79 Strahinja Stanišić   Serbia 51.27 52 53.40 42 1:44.67 +9.92
44 73 Martin Anguita   Chile 51.30 54 53.83 44 1:45.13 +10.38
45 82 Márton Kékesi   Hungary 52.63 57 52.83 40 1:45.46 +10.71
46 85 Casper Dyrbye Næsted   Denmark 52.17 56 55.07 46 1:47.24 +12.49
47 95 Ivan Kovbasnyuk   Ukraine 53.00 59 55.67 47 1:48.67 +13.92
4 Daniel Yule    Switzerland 47.33 11 DNF
15 Mattias Hargin   Sweden 47.00 5
23 Ramon Zenhäusern    Switzerland 47.12 9
33 Pavel Trikhichev   Russia 48.90 32
62 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner   Argentina 49.35 44
63 Andreas Žampa   Slovakia 50.49 49
68 Dries van den Broecke   Belgium 49.98 47
71 Patrick Brachner   Azerbaijan 51.27 52
77 Ioannis Proios   Greece 51.45 55
83 Marko Stevović   Serbia 53.10 60
92 Jeremy Denat   Peru 52.89 58
13 Julien Lizeroux   France 47.39 13 DSQ
48 Žan Kranjec   Slovenia 48.98 36 DNS
91 Rokas Zaveckas   Lithuania 53.20 61 DNQ
90 Cormac Comerford   Ireland 54.05 62
93 Erjon Tola   Albania 54.38 63
97 Albin Tahiri   Kosovo 56.65 64
94 Nima Baha   Iran 57.21 65
96 Michael Poettoz   Colombia 59.49 66
98 Sive Speelman   South Africa 1:01.05 67
99 Naim Fenianos   Lebanon 1:04.70 68
9 Alexis Pinturault   France DNF
16 Naoki Yuasa   Japan
20 Sebastian Foss Solevåg   Norway
28 Erik Read   Canada
36 Trevor Philp   Canada
41 Phil Brown   Canada
42 Michael Ankeny   United States
43 Kristoffer Jakobsen   Sweden
44 Žan Grošelj   Slovenia
50 Jakob Špik   Slovenia
51 Dalibor Šamšal   Hungary
57 Michał Jasiczek   Poland
59 Sebastiano Gastaldi   Argentina
60 Juan del Campo   Spain
61 Adam Barwood   New Zealand
65 Willis Feasey   New Zealand
66 Juho Handolin   Finland
67 Axel Esteve   Andorra
70 Tom Verbeke   Belgium
72 Tomas Birkner De Miguel   Argentina
74 Eman Emrić   Bosnia and Herzegovina
75 Jan Zabystřan   Czech Republic
76 Sturla-Snær Snorrason   Iceland
78 Antonio Ristevski   North Macedonia
80 Alexandru Barbu   Romania
84 Yuri Danilochkin   Belarus
86 Juhan Luik   Estonia
87 Itamar Biran   Israel
88 Arthur Hanse   Portugal
89 Simon Breitfuss Kammerlander   Bolivia
34 Kryštof Krýzl   Czech Republic DSQ
100 Hubertus von Hohenlohe   Mexico

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedule". Archived from the original on 2017-02-11. Retrieved 2017-01-28.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ Qualification start list
  4. ^ Qualification results
  5. ^ Run 1 results
  6. ^ Final results