Alpine skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Men's super-G

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Men's super-G
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Pictogram for alpine skiing
Venue Sestriere
Date February 18
Competitors 63 from 27 nations
Winning time 1:30.65
Medalists
Gold medal    Norway
Silver medal    Austria
Bronze medal    Switzerland
«2002 2010»
Alpine skiing at the
2006 Winter Olympics
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

In super-G competitions, skiers must navigate between gates at high speed, and the gates are further apart than in slalom and giant slalom competitions. As in the downhill, there is only one run of the super-G. The men's competition took place on Saturday, 18 February, with the defending Olympic champion Kjetil André Aamodt expected to start.

Results[edit]

The results of the men's super-G event in alpine skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics.

Rank Name Country Time Difference
1st Kjetil André Aamodt Norway 1:30.65 +0.00
2nd Hermann Maier Austria 1:30.78 +0.13
3rd Ambrosi Hoffmann Switzerland 1:30.98 +0.33
4 Erik Guay Canada 1:31.08 +0.43
5 Aksel Lund Svindal Norway 1:31.10 +0.45
6 Marco Büchel Liechtenstein 1:31.22 +0.57
7 Scott Macartney United States 1:31.23 +0.58
8 François Bourque Canada 1:31.27 +0.62
9 Daron Rahlves United States 1:31.37 +0.72
10 Hannes Reichelt Austria 1:31.39 +0.74
11 Antoine Dénériaz France 1:31.49 +0.84
12 Didier Cuche Switzerland 1:31.50 +0.85
13 Peter Fill Italy 1:31.54 +0.89
14 Lasse Kjus Norway 1:31.79 +1.14
15 Andrej Šporn Slovenia 1:31.84 +1.19
16 Didier Défago Switzerland 1:31.90 +1.25
17 Patrick Staudacher Italy 1:31.91 +1.26
18 Bruno Kernen Switzerland 1:31.95 +1.30
19 Christoph Gruber Austria 1:32.00 +1.35
20 Manuel Osborne-Paradis Canada 1:32.02 +1.37
21 Benjamin Raich Austria 1:32.05 +1.40
22 John Kucera Canada 1:32.10 +1.45
22 Finlay Mickel Great Britain 1:32.10 +1.45
24 Patrik Järbyn Sweden 1:32.21 +1.56
24 Yannick Bertrand France 1:32.21 +1.56
26 Bjarne Solbakken Norway 1:32.90 +2.25
27 Konstantin Sats Russia 1:33.14 +2.49
28 Andrej Jerman Slovenia 1:33.20 +2.55
29 Pavel Chestakov Russia 1:33.48 +2.83
29 Massimiliano Blardone Italy 1:33.48 +2.83
31 Ivica Kostelić Croatia 1:33.53 +2.88
32 Petr Záhrobský Czech Republic 1:33.70 +3.05
33 Aleš Gorza Slovenia 1:33.77 +3.12
34 Kryštof Krýzl Czech Republic 1:34.20 +3.55
35 Natko Zrnčić -Dim Croatia 1:34.49 +3.84
36 Ivan Ratkić Croatia 1:34.77 +4.12
37 Roger Cruickshank Great Britain 1:34.87 +4.22
38 Martin Vráblík Czech Republic 1:34.90 +4.25
39 Gauthier de Tessières France 1:34.94 +4.29
40 Jaroslav Babušiak Slovakia 1:35.41 +4.76
41 Aleksandr Khoroshilov Russia 1:35.51 +4.86
42 Anton Konovalov Russia 1:35.72 +5.07
43 Steve Nyman United States 1:36.22 +5.57
44 Duncan Grob Chile 1:36.24 +5.59
45 Michał Kałwa Poland 1:36.25 +5.60
46 Ivan Heimschild Slovakia 1:36.58 +5.93
47 Maui Gayme Chile 1:36.85 +6.20
48 Olivier Jenot Monaco 1:37.03 +6.38
49 Ivan Olivari Croatia 1:37.43 +6.78
50 Alexander Heath South Africa 1:37.77 +7.12
51 Andrei Drygin Tajikistan 1:37.85 +7.20
52 Ivars Ciaguns Latvia 1:38.18 +7.53
53 Nikolay Skriabin Ukraine 1:38.86 +8.21
54 Mikael Gayme Chile 1:39.68 +9.03
55 Leyti Seck Senegal 1:42.87 +12.22
56 Erjon Tola Albania 1:44.27 +13.62
A. J. Bear Australia DNF
Pierre-Emmanuel Dalcin France DNF
Bode Miller United States DNF
Claudio Sprecher Liechtenstein DNF
Ondřej Bank Czech Republic DNF
Alex Antor Andorra DNF
Nikolai Hentsch Brazil DNF

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