Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Women's giant slalom

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Women's giant slalom
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
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Alpine skiing
Venue Whistler Creekside
Whistler, British Columbia
 Canada
Date February 24 – 25
Competitors 86 from 47 nations
Winning time 2:27.11
Medalists
Gold medal    Germany
Silver medal    Slovenia
Bronze medal    Austria
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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 women's giant slalom competition of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was held at Whistler Creekside in Whistler, British Columbia, on February 24.[1] Following the first run, the event was postponed due to heavy fog in the afternoon; the second run was held the next morning, February 25.[2]

Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany won the gold medal, her first victory in international competition.[3] Her previous best finish was second place at a GS a month earlier, her only World Cup podium.[4]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Difference
1st 2 Viktoria Rebensburg Germany 1:15.47 6 1:11.64 7 2:27.11
2nd 7 Tina Maze Slovenia 1:15.39 5 1:11.76 11 2:27.15 +0.04
3rd 16 Elisabeth Görgl Austria 1:15.12 1 1:12.13 15 2:27.25 +0.14
4 19 Fabienne Suter Switzerland 1:15.97 11 1:11.55 6 2:27.52 +0.41
5 4 Kathrin Zettel Austria 1:15.28 3 1:12.25 19 2:27.53 +0.42
6 1 Kathrin Hölzl Germany 1:15.81 10 1:11.77 12 2:27.58 +0.47
7 10 Eva-Maria Brem Austria 1:15.38 4 1:12.24 18 2:27.62 +0.51
8 18 Julia Mancuso United States 1:16.42 18 1:11.24 3 2:27.66 +0.55
9 8 Taïna Barioz France 1:15.14 2 1:12.65 24 2:27.79 +0.68
10 12 Maria Riesch Germany 1:15.60 7 1:12.37 20 2:27.97 +0.86
11 26 Anemone Marmottan France 1:16.55 19 1:11.45 4 2:28.00 +0.89
12 22 Olivia Bertrand France 1:16.32 17 1:11.81 13 2:28.13 +1.02
13 3 Tanja Poutiainen Finland 1:16.16 13 1:12.01 14 2:28.17 +1.06
14 23 Sarah Schleper United States 1:16.19 14 1:12.17 17 2:28.36 +1.25
15 15 Michaela Kirchgasser Austria 1:16.26 15 1:12.14 16 2:28.40 +1.29
16 13 Tessa Worley France 1:15.80 9 1:12.74 25 2:28.54 +1.43
17 5 Manuela Mölgg Italy 1:15.79 8 1:12.87 26 2:28.66 +1.55
18 11 Federica Brignone Italy 1:17.01 20 1:11.67 9 2:28.68 +1.57
19 36 Ana Drev Slovenia 1:17.63 26 1:11.20 2 2:28.83 +1.72
20 21 Nicole Gius Italy 1:17.16 21 1:11.71 10 2:28.87 +1.76
21 32 Marie-Michèle Gagnon Canada 1:17.41 23 1:11.48 5 2:28.89 +1.78
22 9 Anja Pärson Sweden 1:16.01 12 1:12.89 28 2:28.90 +1.79
23 14 Denise Karbon Italy 1:18.22 30 1:11.15 1 2:29.37 +2.26
24 6 Maria Pietilä Holmner Sweden 1:16.28 16 1:13.35 29 2:29.63 +2.52
25 39 Britt Janyk Canada 1:18.13 29 1:11.66 8 2:29.79 +2.68
26 29 Kajsa Kling Sweden 1:17.49 24 1:12.44 22 2:29.93 +2.82
27 24 Chemmy Alcott Great Britain 1:17.53 25 1:12.41 21 2:29.94 +2.83
28 37 Shona Rubens Canada 1:17.38 22 1:12.87 26 2:30.25 +3.14
29 31 Marie-Pier Préfontaine Canada 1:18.01 27 1:12.50 23 2:30.51 +3.40
30 43 Sanni Leinonen Finland 1:18.38 33 1:14.06 30 2:32.44 +5.33
31 25 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby Sweden 1:18.34 32 1:14.37 31 2:32.71 +5.60
32 27 Megan McJames United States 1:18.30 31 1:14.68 33 2:32.98 +5.87
33 41 Jelena Lolović Serbia 1:20.03 39 1:14.51 32 2:34.54 +7.43
34 42 Carolina Ruiz Castillo Spain 1:19.17 35 1:15.90 35 2:35.07 +7.96
35 53 Jana Gantnerová Slovakia 1:20.00 38 1:15.73 34 2:35.73 +8.62
36 46 Tea Palić Croatia 1:19.95 37 1:16.17 36 2:36.12 +9.01
37 38 Lyaysan Rayanova Russia 1:20.37 41 1:16.58 38 2:36.95 +9.84
38 33 María José Rienda Spain 1:21.22 45 1:16.23 37 2:37.45 +10.34
39 49 Nevena Ignjatović Serbia 1:20.04 40 1:17.47 39 2:37.51 +10.40
40 59 Maria Shkanova Belarus 1:22.18 46 1:18.20 41 2:40.38 +13.27
41 54 Žana Novaković Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:22.77 48 1:18.02 40 2:40.79 +13.68
42 55 Anna Berecz Hungary 1:22.29 47 1:18.58 43 2:40.87 +13.76
43 56 Chirine Njeim Lebanon 1:23.28 50 1:18.33 42 2:41.61 +14.50
44 69 Bogdana Matsotska Ukraine 1:23.04 49 1:18.94 46 2:41.98 +14.87
45 66 Macarena Simari Birkner Argentina 1:23.29 51 1:18.73 44 2:42.02 +14.91
46 52 Maria Belen Simari Birkner Argentina 1:23.60 52 1:18.78 45 2:42.38 +15.27
47 58 Yina Moe-Lange Denmark 1:24.68 57 1:18.99 47 2:43.67 +16.56
48 62 Nicol Gastaldi Argentina 1:24.25 54 1:19.53 48 2:43.78 +16.67
49 63 Kim Sun-Joo South Korea 1:23.88 53 1:20.70 49 2:44.58 +17.47
50 61 Kirsten McGarry Ireland 1:24.28 55 1:20.92 50 2:45.20 +18.09
51 74 Liene Fimbauere Latvia 1:25.16 58 1:21.77 51 2:46.93 +19.82
52 80 Maja Klepić Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:27.37 61 1:22.97 53 2:50.34 +23.23
53 76 Sophia Ralli Greece 1:27.75 62 1:22.86 52 2:50.61 +23.50
54 72 Lizaveta Kuzmenka Belarus 1:24.60 56 1:26.29 58 2:50.89 +23.78
55 84 Sophia Papamichalopoulou Cyprus 1:28.38 64 1:23.48 54 2:51.86 +24.75
56 79 Tuğba Daşdemir Turkey 1:28.37 63 1:25.10 55 2:53.47 +26.36
57 77 Gaia Bassani Antivari Azerbaijan 1:30.82 66 1:26.05 57 2:56.87 +29.76
58 81 Kseniya Grigoreva Uzbekistan 1:31.59 67 1:25.63 56 2:57.22 +30.11
59 73 Xia Lina China 1:30.41 65 1:28.48 59 2:58.89 +31.78
60 85 Marjan Kalhor Iran 1:36.87 68 1:28.52 60 3:05.39 +38.28
20 Šárka Záhrobská Czech Republic 1:18.06 28 DNS
35 Veronika Zuzulová Slovakia 1:18.96 34 DNS
44 Ana Jelušić Croatia 1:20.62 44 DNS
45 Nika Fleiss Croatia 1:19.75 36 DNS
48 Andrea Jardi Spain 1:20.41 42 DNF
51 Mireia Gutiérrez Andorra 1:20.61 43 DNF
70 Noelle Barahona Chile 1:26.76 59 DNF
86 Ornella Oettl Reyes Peru 1:27.25 60 DNF
17 Lindsey Vonn United States DNF
28 Mona Løseth Norway DNF
30 Agnieszka Gąsienica-Daniel Poland DNF
34 Andrea Dettling Switzerland DNF
40 Elena Prosteva Russia DNF
47 Matea Ferk Croatia DNF
50 Alexandra Coletti Monaco DNF
57 Zsófia Döme Hungary DNF
60 Maya Harrisson Brazil DNF
64 Sofie Juarez Andorra DNF
65 Maria Kirkova Bulgaria DNF
68 Tiiu Nurmberg Estonia DNF
71 Petra Zakouřilová Czech Republic DNF
75 Cynthia Denzler Colombia DNF
78 Nino Tsiklauri Georgia DNF
82 Lyudmila Fedotova Kazakhstan DNF
83 Ani-Matilda Serebrakian Armenia DNF
67 Anastasiya Skryabina Ukraine DSQ

References[edit]

  1. ^ vancouver2010.com - schedules and venues by sport
  2. ^ Clatworthy, Ben (24 February 2010). "Weather halts Olympics...again". PlanetSKI.eu. 
  3. ^ Ski Racing.com - Olympics: Rebensburg gets GS gold, Mancuso eighth - 2010-02-25
  4. ^ FIS-ski.com - results - Viktoria Rebensburg - accessed 2010-02-27