FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2017 – Men's super-G

The Men's super-G competition at the 2017 World Championships was held on 8 February 2017.[1][2]

Men's super-G
at the FIS Alpine World
Ski Championships 2017
VenuePiz Nair
LocationSt. Moritz, Switzerland
Dates8 February
Competitors72 from 32 nations
Winning time1:25.38
Medalists
gold medal    Canada
silver medal    Norway
bronze medal    Canada
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ResultsEdit

The race was started at 12:00.[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Diff
  14 Erik Guay   Canada 1:25.38
  9 Kjetil Jansrud   Norway 1:25.83 +0.45
  26 Manuel Osborne-Paradis   Canada 1:25.89 +0.51
4 13 Aleksander Aamodt Kilde   Norway 1:25.92 +0.54
5 1 Vincent Kriechmayr   Austria 1:26.26 +0.88
6 8 Alexis Pinturault   France 1:26.28 +0.90
7 6 Andreas Sander   Germany 1:26.35 +0.97
8 19 Carlo Janka    Switzerland 1:26.37 +0.99
9 7 Dominik Paris   Italy 1:26.40 +1.02
10 17 Hannes Reichelt   Austria 1:26.47 +1.09
11 3 Peter Fill   Italy 1:26.49 +1.11
12 5 Beat Feuz    Switzerland 1:26.51 +1.13
13 11 Max Franz   Austria 1:26.75 +1.37
14 28 Blaise Giezendanner   France 1:26.96 +1.58
4 Travis Ganong   United States 1:26.96 +1.58
16 2 Adrien Théaux   France 1:26.99 +1.61
17 34 Martin Čater   Slovenia 1:27.19 +1.81
18 25 Brice Roger   France 1:27.22 +1.84
19 23 Mattia Casse   Italy 1:27.29 +1.91
20 24 Mauro Caviezel    Switzerland 1:27.30 +1.92
21 20 Marcel Hirscher   Austria 1:27.43 +2.05
22 22 Patrick Küng    Switzerland 1:27.44 +2.06
23 31 Emanuele Buzzi   Italy 1:27.54 +2.16
24 38 Miha Hrobat   Slovenia 1:27.76 +2.38
25 33 Bjørnar Neteland   Norway 1:28.18 +2.80
26 16 Josef Ferstl   Germany 1:28.22 +2.84
27 45 Christoffer Faarup   Denmark 1:28.24 +2.86
28 43 Ryan Cochran-Siegle   United States 1:28.76 +3.38
29 46 Henrik von Appen   Chile 1:28.87 +3.49
30 36 Alexander Köll   Sweden 1:28.94 +3.56
31 53 Filip Zubčić   Croatia 1:29.05 +3.67
32 21 Jan Hudec   Czech Republic 1:29.31 +3.93
33 37 Marc Oliveras   Andorra 1:29.35 +3.97
34 39 Willis Feasey   New Zealand 1:29.60 +4.22
35 41 Pavel Trikhichev   Russia 1:29.78 +4.40
36 55 Marco Pfiffner   Liechtenstein 1:29.81 +4.43
37 52 Maciej Bydliński   Poland 1:29.83 +4.45
38 54 Michał Kłusak   Poland 1:30.19 +4.81
39 49 Ondřej Berndt   Czech Republic 1:30.40 +5.02
40 58 Jan Zabystřan   Czech Republic 1:30.64 +5.26
41 64 Yuri Danilochkin   Belarus 1:30.94 +5.56
42 65 Ioan Valeriu Achiriloaie   Romania 1:31.59 +6.21
43 61 Kai Horwitz   Chile 1:32.11 +6.73
44 44 Adam Barwood   New Zealand 1:32.82 +7.44
45 63 Marko Stevović   Serbia 1:32.93 +7.55
46 70 Simon Breitfuss Kammerlander   Bolivia 1:33.27 +7.89
47 60 Igor Zakurdayev   Kazakhstan 1:34.68 +9.30
48 66 Ivan Kovbasnyuk   Ukraine 1:34.77 +9.39
49 71 Albin Tahiri   Kosovo 1:36.29 +10.91
50 72 Taras Pimenov   Kazakhstan 1:43.88 +18.50
51 69 Nikita Shcherbakovskiy   Israel 1:48.70 +23.32
10 Boštjan Kline   Slovenia DNF
12 Dustin Cook   Canada
15 Matthias Mayer   Austria
18 Andrew Weibrecht   United States
27 Thomas Biesemeyer   United States
29 Thomas Dressen   Germany
30 Klemen Kosi   Slovenia
32 Joan Verdú   Andorra
35 Felix Monsen   Sweden
40 Ivan Kuznetsov   Russia
42 Marko Vukičević   Serbia
47 Olivier Jenot   Monaco
48 Kryštof Krýzl   Czech Republic
50 Adam Žampa   Slovakia
51 Max Ullrich   Croatia
56 Harry Laidlaw   Australia
57 Andreas Žampa   Slovakia
59 Sven von Appen   Chile
62 Martin Bendík   Slovakia
67 Juhan Luik   Estonia
68 Márton Kékesi   Hungary

ReferencesEdit

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