2005 European Championship of Ski Mountaineering

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The 2005 European Championship of Ski Mountaineering (Catalan: Campionat d’Europa d’Esquí de Muntanya 2005) was the sixth European Championship of ski mountaineering and was held in Andorra from March 1, 2005 to March 5, 2005. The competition was organized by the International Council for Ski Mountaineering Competitions (ISMC) of the Union Internationale des Associations d'Alpinisme (UIAA).

Results[edit]

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Nation ranking and medals[edit]

Compared to the 2003 European Championship a vertical race and a ralay race event were held but were not added to the total ranking of the Federació Andorrana de Muntanyisme (FAM).

(all age groups)[2]

ranking country team individual vertical race ralay
points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png total points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png
1   Switzerland 478 1 1 1 1230 2 3 4 1708 3 3 4 2 1 1
2  Italy 300 1 1170 4 1 1470 2 3 2 1 1
3  France 312 1 1062 1 1374 1 1 1
4  Spain 190 708 1 898 2
5  Germany 314 1 336 650 1 2
6  Slovakia 66 574 1 1 640 1 1
7  Czech Republic 202 394 596
8  Slovenia 46 318 364
9  Greece 64 257 321
10  Andorra 96 141 237
11  Poland 82 106 188
12  Romania 174 174
13  Russia 38 112 150
14  Austria 140 140
15  Bulgaria 31 31

Vertical race[edit]

Event held in Canillo on March 1, 2005

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

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Switzerland Cristina Favre-Moretti 00h 53' 35.44"
Med 2.png Italy Gloriana Pellissier 00h 53' 48.92"
Med 3.png Germany Barbara Gruber 00h 54' 04.33"
4 Switzerland Isabella Crettenand-Moretti 00h 54' 25.31"
5 Switzerland Catherine Mabillard 00h 56' 17.45"
6 Italy Francesca Martinelli 00h 56' 40.37"
7 France Nathalie Bourillon 00h 57' 16.22"
8 Switzerland Séverine Pont-Combe 00h 57' 17.22"
9 Switzerland Marie Troillet 00h 58' 35.65"
10 Germany Christine Echtler-Schleich 00h 59' 42.7"

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Spain Agustí Roc Amador 00h 42' 45.08"
Med 2.png France Florent Perrier 00h 43' 00.31"
Med 3.png Italy Mirco Mezzanotte 00h 44' 28.4"
4 Switzerland Alexander Hug 00h 44' 58.84"
5 Switzerland Emmanuel Vaudan 00h 45' 10.77"
6 Italy Dennis Brunod 00h 45' 21.78"
7 Spain Manuel Pérez Brunicardi 00h 46' 48.98"
8 France Tony Sbalbi 00h 46' 19.13"
9 Switzerland Alain Rey 00h ' 29.94"
10 Austria Alexander Lugger 00h 46' 33.84"

Team[edit]

Event held in the Gran Valira on March 2, 2005

List of the best 10 teams by gender:[4]

Women[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Switzerland Crettenand-Moretti/Favre-Moretti 02h 41' 04"
Med 2.png Switzerland Mabillard/Magnenat 02h 47' 45"
Med 3.png Germany J. Graßl/Gruber 02h 50' 52"
4 Switzerland Pont-Combe/Zimmermann 02h 54' 03"
5 Spain C. Bes Ginesta/Roca Rodríguez 02h 59' 27"
6 Italy Nex/Pellissier 02h 57(+3)' 00"
7 Italy Martinelli/Renzler 03h 03' 03"
8 France Bourillon/Lathuraz 03h 11' 33"
9 Germany Echtler-Schleich/Treimer 03h 16' 44"
10 Czech Republic Korbová/Oršulová 03h 24' 38"

Men[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png France Gachet/Perrier 02h 12' 36"
Med 2.png Italy Boscacci/Murada 02h 15' 41"
Med 3.png Switzerland Moret/Pittex 02h 16' 47"
4 France B. Blanc/Meilleur 02h 17' 11"
5 Italy Battel/J. Pellissier 02h 18' 38"
6 France C. Champange/Pellicier 02h 19' 07"
7 Switzerland Masserey/J.-Y. Rey 02h 20' 45"
8 Slovakia Leitner/Svätojánsky 02h 22' 57"
9 Germany F. Graßl/Steurer 02h 23' 24"
10 Switzerland Ecoeur/Vaudan 02h 26' 50"

Individual[edit]

Event held on March 3, 2005

List of the best 10 participants by gender:[5]

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Switzerland Cristina Favre-Moretti 02h 16' 38"
Med 2.png Italy Gloriana Pellissier 02h 18' 11"
Med 3.png Switzerland Isabella Crettenand-Moretti 02h 22' 36"
4 Switzerland Gabrielle Magnenat 02h 24' 30"
5 Switzerland Séverine Pont-Combe 02h 29' 01"
6 Italy Francesca Martinelli 02h 31' 02"
7 Italy Roberta Pedranzini 02h 31' 28"
8 Switzerland Marie Troillet 02h 34' 10"
9 Germany Judith Graßl 02h 36' 57"
10 Spain Emma Roca Rodríguez 02h 37' 08"

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Italy Guido Giacomelli 01h 51' 43"
Med 2.png France Florent Perrier 01h 52' 52"
Med 3.png Switzerland Alexander Hug 01h 55' 37"
4 France Grégory Gachet 01h 56' 04"
5 Austria Alexander Lugger 01h 57' 36"
6 Germany Toni Steurer 01h 59' 43"
7 Switzerland Jean-Yves Rey 02h 00' 32"
8 France Bertrand Blanc 02h 00' 56"
9 Spain Manuel Pérez Brunicardi 02h 1' 06"
10 France William Bon Mardion 02h 01' 53"

Combination ranking[edit]

combination ranking including the results of the individual and team races

List of the best 10 participants by gender

Women[edit]

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Relay race[edit]

Event held near Soldau-El Tarter on March 5, 2005

List of the best 10 teams by gender:[6]

Women[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Switzerland Cristina Favre-Moretti/Isabella Crettenand-Moretti/Gabrielle Magnenat 00h 43' 48.7"
Med 2.png Italy Gloriana Pellissier/Francesca Martinelli/Christiane Nex 00h 45' 58.7"
Med 3.png Germany Judith Graßl/Barbara Gruber/Silvia Treimer 00h 47' 24.5"
4 France Nathalie Bourillon/Véronique Lathuraz/Valentine Fabre 00h 47' 44.9"
5 Spain Cristina Bes Ginesta/Emma Roca Rodríguez/Sara Gros Aspiroz 00h 52' 02.8"

Men[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Italy Guido Giacomelli/Dennis Brunod/Manfred Reichegger/Matteo Pedergnana 00h 47' 39.61"
Med 2.png Switzerland Alexander Hug/Christian Pittex/Jean-Yves Rey/Yannick Ecoeur 00h 49' 35.16"
Med 3.png Germany Franz Graßl/Toni Steurer/Stefan Klinger/Georg Nickaes 00h 51' 33.19"
4 France Florent Perrier/Bertrand Blanc/Grégory Gachet/Tony Sbalbi 00h 51' 58.42"
5 Slovakia Peter Svätojánsky/Milan Madaj/Miroslav Leitner/Branislav Kačina 00h 53' 22.53"
6 Spain Manuel Pérez Brunicardi/Javier Martín de Villa/Germán Cerezo Alonso/Fernando Navarro Aznar 00h 53' 34.41"
7 Andorra Toni Casals Rueda/Xavier Comas Guixé/Xavier Capdevila Romero/Joan Vilana Díaz 00h 55' 34.09"
8 Romania Ionuţ Găliţeanu/Silviu Manea/Rareş Manea/Lucian Clinciu 00h 57' 44.57"
9 Czech Republic Michal Štantejský/Miroslav Duch/Michal Němec/Marcel Svoboda 00h 58' 49.42"
10 Poland Adam Gomola/Andrzej Chrobák/Mariusz Wargocki/Marcin Trybała 01h 01' 02.82"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Résultats des compétitions de ski de montagne Saison 2005-Compétitions internationales (French), FFME. Accessed 2009-03-15. Archived 2009-05-16.
  2. ^ Nations ranking, FAM, published by the FFME.
  3. ^ Vertical race, FAM, published by the FFME.
  4. ^ Team, FAM, published by the FFME.
  5. ^ Individual, FAM, published by the FFME.
  6. ^ Relay, FAM, published by the FFME.