2004 World Championship of Ski Mountaineering

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The 2004 World Championship of Ski Mountaineering was the second World Championship of Ski Mountaineering sanctioned by the International Council for Ski Mountaineering Competitions (ISMC), held in the Spanish Aran Valley from March 1 to March 6, 2004.

Compared to the 2002 World Championship a relay race and a vertical race competition was added.

Results[edit]

Nation ranking and medals[edit]

(all age groups)[1]

ranking country vertical race team individual relay
points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png total points
1 Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland 501 2 2 1 466 1 1 1378 3 2 364 1 1 2709
2 Flag of Italy.svg Italy 469 2 2 4 436 1 1 1390 1 1 1 344 1 1 2639
3 Flag of France.svg France 351 1 1 460 1 1 1255 1 1 380 1 1 2446
4 Flag of Spain.svg Spain 350 1 1 222 1018 1 296 1886
5 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic 286 134 453 280 1153
6 Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia 252 1 114 582 144 1092
7 Flag of Germany.svg Germany 268 224 320 120 932
8 Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia 160 78 425 140 803
9 Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra 151 104 150 132 537
10 Flag of Romania.svg Romania 55 28 290 136 509
11 Flag of Greece.svg Greece 142 42 193 116 493
12 Flag of Poland.svg Poland 68 298 1 124 490
13 Flag of Austria.svg Austria 148 64 147 359
14 Flag of Japan.svg Japan 109 14 64 112 299
15 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria 56 34 186 276
16 Flag of the United States.svg United States 146 128 274
17 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom 127 14 58 199
18 Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark 121 18 53 192
19 Flag of Canada.svg Canada 95 75 170
20 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein 82 74 156
21 Flag of Russia.svg Russia 70 16 53 139
22 Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 68 12 45 125
23 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China 89 89
24 Flag of Morocco.svg Morocco 61 8 69
25 Flag of Eritrea.svg Eritrea 60 60
26 Flag of Chile.svg Chile 34 2 14 50
27 Flag of South Korea.svg South Korea 27 9 36
28 Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium 30 30
29 Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia 26 26

Vertical race[edit]

event held on March 2, 2004

altitude difference (ascent): 950m

List of the best 10 participants by gender (incl. "Espoirs" level):[2]

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Favre-Moretti 00h 48' 21"
Med 2.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Isabella Crettenand-Moretti 00h 50' 13"
Med 3.png Flag of Italy.svg Gloriana Pellissier 00h 50' 56"
4 Flag of France.svg Corinne Favre 00h 52' 26"
5 Flag of the United States.svg Jeannie Wall 00h 53' 22"
6 Flag of Italy.svg Annamaria Baudena 00h 54' 34"
7 Flag of Switzerland.svg Marie Troillet 00h 56' 13"
8 Flag of Germany.svg Christine Echtler-Schleich 00h 56' 51"
9 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Lucie Oršulová 00h 57' 28"
10 Flag of Italy.svg Maria Luisa Riva 00h 57' 45"

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Flag of France.svg Patrick Blanc 00h 40' 27"
Med 2.png Flag of France.svg Florent Perrier 00h 40' 51"
Med 3.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Sébastien Epiney 00h 41' 27"
4 Flag of Italy.svg Jean Pellissier 00h 41' 47"
5 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Olivier Nägele 00h 41' 49"
6 Flag of Austria.svg Andreas Ringhofer 00h 43' 00"
7 Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Pérez Brunicardi 00h 43' 08"
8 Flag of Italy.svg Martin Riz 00h 43' 39"
9 Flag of Switzerland.svg Jean-Yves Rey 00h 43' 49"
10 Flag of Spain.svg Javier Martín de Villa 00h 44' 07"

Team[edit]

Event held on March 3, 2004

altitude difference:

  • ascent: 2,128m
  • downhill: 2,128m

List of the best 10 teams by gender:[3]

Women[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Favre-Moretti/Mabillard 03h 05' 43"
Med 2.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Bapst/Crettenand-Moretti 03h 18' 50"
Med 3.png Flag of France.svg Corinne Favre/Toïgo 03h 20' 25"
4 Flag of France.svg Oggeri/Ducognon 03h 20' 41"
5 Flag of France.svg Bourillon/Lathuraz 03h 21' 03"
6 Flag of Italy.svg Nex/Riva 03h 24' 36"
7 Flag of Italy.svg Rogger/Renzler 03h 25' 23"
8 Flag of Switzerland.svg Magnenat/Zimmermann 03h 42' 17"
9 Flag of Germany.svg Echtler-Schleich/Treimer 03h 45' 59"
10 Flag of Spain.svg Roca Rodríguez/C. Bes Ginesta 03h 55' 04"

Men[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Flag of France.svg P. Blanc/Perrier 02h 31' 54"
Med 2.png Flag of Italy.svg Battel/Pellissier 02h 33' 19"
Med 3.png Flag of Italy.svg Brunod/Reichegger 02h 34' 45"
4 Flag of Switzerland.svg J.-Y. Rey/Epiney 02h 37' 18"
5 Flag of Switzerland.svg Hug/Pittex 02h 38' 35"
6 Flag of France.svg Meilleur/Tomio 02h 39' 25"
7 Flag of Slovakia.svg Leitner/Svätojánsky 02h 39' 59"
8 Flag of Italy.svg Giacomelli/Mezzanotte 02h 40' 22"
9 Flag of Austria.svg Lugger/Ringhofer 02h 41' 53"
10 Flag of Switzerland.svg Taramarcaz/F. Troillet 02h 43' 38"

Individual[edit]

Event held on March 5, 2004

  • distance: ~ 20 km
  • altitude difference:
    • ascent: 1,720m
    • downhill: 1,720m

List of the best 10 participants by gender (incl. "Espoirs" level):[4]

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Cristina Favre-Moretti 02h 21' 55"
Med 2.png Flag of Italy.svg Gloriana Pellissier 02h 30' 10"
Med 3.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Isabella Crettenand-Moretti 02h 31' 57"
4 Flag of Switzerland.svg Catherine Mabillard 02h 33' 05"
5 Flag of France.svg Delphine Oggeri 02h 35' 18"
6 Flag of France.svg Nathalie Bourillon 02h 35' 52"
7 Flag of France.svg Véronique Lathuraz 02h 35' 53"
8 Flag of Italy.svg Maria Luisa Riva 02h 39(+3)' 01"
9 Flag of Switzerland.svg Marie Troillet 02h 43' 09"
10 Flag of France.svg Corinne Favre 02h 44' 15"

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Rico Elmer 02h 00' 38"
Med 2.png Flag of France.svg Florent Perrier 02h 01' 03"
Med 3.png Flag of Italy.svg Dennis Brunod 02h 01' 19"
4 Flag of Italy.svg Manfred Reichegger 02h 02' 11"
5 Flag of Austria.svg Alexander Lugger 02h 02' 22"
6 Flag of France.svg Patrick Blanc 02h 03' 31"
7 Flag of France.svg Grégory Gachet 02h 05' 50"
8 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Olivier Nägele 02h 05' 06"
9 Flag of Switzerland.svg Taramarcaz 02h 06' 16"
10 Flag of Italy.svg Jean Pellissier 02h 06' 18"

Relay[edit]

Event held on March 6, 2004

List of the best 10 relay teams by gender (some teams included "Espoirs" level athletes):[5]

Women[edit]

ranking team Gesamtzeit
Med 1.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Isabella Crettenand-Moretti/Catherine Mabillard/Cristina Favre-Moretti 00h 46' 02"
Med 2.png Flag of France.svg Nathalie Bourillon/Véronique Lathuraz/Delphine Oggeri 00h 47' 16"
Med 3.png Flag of Italy.svg Annamaria Baudena/Christiane Nex/Gloriana Pellissier 00h 49' 21"
4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Alice Korbová/Kamila Bulířová/Lucie Oršulová 00h 50' 45"
5 Flag of Spain.svg Emma Roca Rodríguez/Cristina Bes Ginesta/Iolanda García Sàez 00h 52' 25"

Men[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Flag of France.svg Stéphane Brosse/Cédric Tomio/Florent Perrier/Patrick Blanc 00h 49' 33"
Med 2.png Flag of Italy.svg Carlo Battel/Graziano Boscacci/Martin Riz/Guido Giacomelli 00h 49' 43"
Med 3.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Alexander Hug/Alain Richard/Pierre Bruchez/Rico Elmer 00h 51' 46"
4 Flag of Spain.svg Agustí Roc Amador/Javier Martín de Villa/Dani León Roca/Manuel Pérez Brunicardi 00h 52' 44"
5 Flag of Slovakia.svg Miroslav Leitner/Branislav Kačina/Milan Madaj/Peter Svätojánsky 00h 53' 17"
6 Flag of Slovenia.svg Tone Karničar/Jernej Karničar/Žiga Karničar/Marko Lihteneker 00h 56' 44"
7 Flag of Romania.svg Ionuţ Găliţeanu/Silviu Manea/Péter Károly/Lucian Clinciu 00h 57' 35"
8 Flag of Andorra.svg Joan Vilana Díaz/Manel Pelegrina Lopez/Xavier Capdevila Romero/Toni Casals Rueda 00h 57' 44"
9 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jaroslav Bánský/Tomáš Němec/Michal Němec/Miroslav Duch 00h 58' 23"
10 Flag of Poland.svg Jakub Brzosko/Grzegorz Bargiel/Adam Gomola/Maciej Ziarko 00h 58' 45"
11 Flag of Germany.svg Toni Steurer/Tim Stachel/Gerhard Reithmeier/Stefan Klinger[6] 00h 54(+6)' 15"

Combination ranking[edit]

(individual, team, vertical race rankings)

List of the best 10 participants by gender:[7]

Women[edit]

ranking participant
Med 1.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Cristina Favre-Moretti
Med 2.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Catherine Mabillard
Med 3.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Isabella Crettenand-Moretti
4 Flag of France.svg Delphine Oggeri
5 Flag of France.svg Nathalie Bourillon
6 Flag of France.svg Véronique Lathuraz
7 Flag of France.svg Corinne Favre
8 Flag of Italy.svg Maria Luisa Riva
9 Flag of Italy.svg Astrid Renzler
10 Flag of Germany.svg Silvia Treimer

Men[edit]

ranking participant
Med 1.png Flag of France.svg Florent Perrier
Med 2.png Flag of France.svg Patrick Blanc
Med 3.png Flag of Italy.svg Dennis Brunod
4 Flag of Italy.svg Manfred Reichegger
5 Flag of Italy.svg Jean Pellissier
6 Flag of Austria.svg Alexander Lugger
7 Flag of Slovakia.svg Peter Svätojánsky
8 Flag of Switzerland.svg Pierre-Marie Taramarcaz
9 Flag of Slovakia.svg Miroslav Leitner
10 Flag of Switzerland.svg Christian Pittex

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nations World Championship-Final Classifcation 06/03/2004, www.ski-mountaineering.net.
  2. ^ Vertical Race World Championship-Final Classifcation 02/03/2004, www.ski-mountaineering.net.
  3. ^ Teams World Championship-Final Classifcation 03/03/2004, www.ski-mountaineering.net.
  4. ^ Singles World Championship-Final Classifcation 05/03/2004, www.ski-mountaineering.net.
  5. ^ Relays World Championship-Final Classifcation 06/03/2004, www.ski-mountaineering.net.
  6. ^ includes six penalty minutes for forgotten parts of equipment
  7. ^ Combined World Championship-Final Classifcation 05/03/2004, www.ski-mountaineering.net.