Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Men's slalom

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Men's slalom
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
alpine skiing
Venue Whistler Creekside
Whistler, British Columbia
 Canada
Date February 27
Competitors 102 from 56 nations
Winning time 1:39.32
Medalists
Gold medal    Italy
Silver medal    Croatia
Bronze medal    Sweden
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Alpine skiing at the
2010 Winter Olympics

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Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

The men's slalom competition of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was held at Whistler Creekside in Whistler, British Columbia, on February 27, 2010.

Giuliano Razzoli of Italy won the gold and Ivica Kostelić of Croatia picked up his second silver medal of these Olympics; André Myhrer of Sweden took the bronze.[1]

The last alpine event of the 2010 Olympics was held in challenging weather conditions, which included rain. The start was lowered 66 vertical feet (20 m), the same start as the women's race. More than 40 racers failed to complete the first run, including ten of the first thirty.[2]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Difference
1 13 Giuliano Razzoli Italy 47.79 1 51.53 7 1:39.32 +0.00
2 2 Ivica Kostelić Croatia 48.37 4 51.11 3 1:39.48 +0.16
3 12 André Myhrer Sweden 49.03 10 50.73 1 1:39.76 +0.44
4 3 Benjamin Raich Austria 48.33 3 51.48 6 1:39.81 +0.49
5 6 Marcel Hirscher Austria 48.92 9 51.28 4 1:40.20 +0.88
6 9 Mitja Valenčič Slovenia 48.22 2 52.13 19 1:40.35 +1.03
7 8 Manfred Mölgg Italy 48.64 5 51.81 9 1:40.45 +1.13
8 19 Julien Cousineau Canada 49.59 19 51.07 2 1:40.66 +1.34
9 4 Julien Lizeroux France 48.82 8 51.90 10 1:40.72 +1.40
10 7 Reinfried Herbst Austria 49.23 12 51.55 8 1:40.78 +1.46
11 37 Ondřej Bank Czech Republic 48.69 6 52.12 18 1:40.81 +1.49
12 1 Silvan Zurbriggen Switzerland 48.78 7 52.05 17 1:40.83 +1.51
13 14 Michael Janyk Canada 49.18 11 51.91 11 1:41.09 +1.77
14 10 Mattias Hargin Sweden 49.27 13 51.98 12 1:41.25 +1.93
15 23 Marc Gini Switzerland 49.94 22 51.41 5 1:41.35 +2.03
16 41 Maxime Tissot France 49.52 16 52.02 14 1:41.54 +2.22
17 31 Kjetil Jansrud Norway 49.54 18 52.03 15 1:41.57 +2.25
18 27 Akira Sasaki Japan 49.41 14 52.35 22 1:41.76 +2.44
19 43 Natko Zrnčić-Dim Croatia 50.01 23 51.98 12 1:41.99 +2.67
20 33 Kilian Albrecht Bulgaria 50.08 24 52.28 20 1:42.36 +3.04
21 38 Thomas Mermillod-Blondin France 49.90 21 52.58 24 1:42.48 +3.16
22 30 Jens Byggmark Sweden 50.50 27 52.03 15 1:42.53 +3.21
23 50 Aleksandr Khoroshilov Russia 50.50 27 52.32 21 1:42.82 +3.50
24 46 Nolan Kasper United States 50.66 29 52.51 23 1:43.17 +3.85
25 56 Stefan Georgiev Bulgaria 50.86 30 53.06 25 1:43.92 +4.60
26 65 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner Argentina 51.35 31 53.37 26 1:44.72 +5.40
27 53 David Ryding Great Britain 51.58 33 53.55 27 1:45.13 +5.81
28 58 Christophe Roux Moldova 51.90 35 53.85 28 1:45.75 +6.43
29 71 Andrew Noble Great Britain 51.55 32 54.58 30 1:46.13 +6.81
30 66 Jaroslav Babušiak Slovakia 52.10 37 54.76 31 1:46.86 +7.54
31 35 Trevor White Canada 49.53 17 57.64 37 1:47.17 +7.85
32 61 Danko Marinelli Croatia 52.28 38 55.05 32 1:47.33 +8.01
33 62 Vassilis Dimitriadis Greece 51.96 36 56.20 35 1:48.16 +8.84
34 63 Jeroen Van den Bogaert Belgium 53.99 42 54.57 29 1:48.56 +9.24
35 74 Mykhaylo Renzhyn Israel 52.84 39 56.07 34 1:48.91 +9.59
36 75 Marko Rudić Bosnia and Herzegovina 53.70 40 55.46 33 1:49.16 +9.84
37 76 Kristaps Zvejnieks Latvia 53.82 41 57.47 36 1:51.29 +11.97
38 88 Igor Zakurdaev Kazakhstan 54.41 43 58.40 38 1:52.81 +13.49
39 83 Rostyslav Feshchuk Ukraine 55.35 45 58.44 39 1:53.79 +14.47
40 79 Bojan Kosić Montenegro 56.15 46 59.17 41 1:55.32 +16.00
41 69 Hossein Saveh-Shemshaki Iran 57.59 47 58.80 40 1:56.39 +17.07
42 90 Oleg Shamaev Uzbekistan 57.65 48 1:00.40 42 1:58.05 +18.73
43 101 Li Lei China 59.43 49 1:01.43 43 2:00.86 +21.54
44 98 Samir Azzimani Morocco 1:00.43 50 1:02.00 44 2:02.43 +23.11
45 89 Shane O'Connor Ireland 1:00.83 51 1:04.31 45 2:05.14 +25.82
46 99 Hubertus of Hohenlohe Mexico 1:02.09 52 1:05.69 46 2:07.78 +28.46
47 102 Kwame Nkrumah-Acheampong Ghana 1:09.08 53 1:13.52 48 2:22.60 +43.28
48 95 Erjon Tola Albania 1:33.94 54 1:09.94 47 2:43.88 +1:04.56
11 Steve Missillier France 49.49 15 DNF
24 Patrick Thaler Italy 50.13 25 DNF
22 Jimmy Cochran United States 54.94 44 DNF
20 Axel Bäck Sweden 50.25 26 DSQ
47 Sandro Viletta Switzerland 49.85 20 DSQ
64 Iason Abramashvili Georgia 51.89 34 DSQ
93 Markus Kilsgaard Denmark DNS
5 Manfred Pranger Austria DNF
15 Felix Neureuther Germany DNF
16 Ted Ligety United States DNF
17 Bode Miller United States DNF
18 Lars Elton Myhre Norway DNF
21 Urs Imboden Moldova DNF
25 Bernard Vajdič Slovenia DNF
26 Cristian Deville Italy DNF
28 Brad Spence Canada DNF
29 Filip Trejbal Czech Republic DNF
32 Marc Berthod Switzerland DNF
36 Matic Skube Slovenia DNF
39 Kentaro Minagawa Japan DNF
40 Truls Ove Karlsen Norway DNF
42 Leif Kristian Haugen Norway DNF
44 Dalibor Samsal Croatia DNF
45 Mitja Dragšič Slovenia DNF
48 Martin Vráblík Czech Republic DNF
49 Björgvin Björgvinsson Iceland DNF
51 Jung Dong-Hyun South Korea DNF
52 Andreas Romar Finland DNF
54 Sergei Maitakov Russia DNF
55 Kim Woo-Sung South Korea DNF
57 Bart Mollin Belgium DNF
59 Stefan Jon Sigurgeirsson Iceland DNF
60 Stepan Zuev Russia DNF
67 Pouria Saveh-Shemshaki Iran DNF
68 Roger Vidosa Andorra DNF
70 Ioan-Gabriel Nan Romania DNF
72 Stephanos Tsimikalis Greece DNF
73 Antonio Ristevski Macedonia DNF
77 Agustin Torres Argentina DNF
78 Jhonatan Longhi Brazil DNF
80 Márton Bene Hungary DNF
81 Deyvid Oprja Estonia DNF
84 Erdinç Türksever Turkey DNF
85 Vitalij Rumiancev Lithuania DNF
86 Jaba Gelashvili Georgia DNF
91 Christopher Papamichalopoulos Cyprus DNF
92 Andrei Drygin Tajikistan DNF
94 Jedrij Notz Azerbaijan DNF
96 Leyti Seck Senegal DNF
100 Dmitry Trelevski Kyrgyzstan DNF
34 Kryštof Krýzl Czech Republic DSQ
82 Ghassan Achi Lebanon DSQ
87 Arsen Nersisyan Armenia DSQ
97 Manfred Oettl Reyes Peru DSQ

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ski Racing.com - Olympics: Italy gets first gold, Miller, Ligety out - 2010-02-27.
  2. ^ FIS-ski.com - 2010 Winter Olympics - results - Men's slalom - accessed 2010-02-27.

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