Alpine skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's combined

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Men's combined
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
SuperCombinedMSochi2014.jpg
Flower ceremony

Gold medal Sandro Viletta, Switzerland Silver medal Ivica Kostelić, Croatia

Bronze medal Christof Innerhofer, Italy
Venue Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort
Krasnaya Polyana, Russia
Date 14 February 2014
Competitors 50 from 35 nations
Winning time 2:45.20
Medalists
Gold medal    Switzerland
Silver medal    Croatia
Bronze medal    Italy
«2010 2018»
Alpine skiing at the
2014 Winter Olympics
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

The men's combined competition of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi was held on Friday, 14 February, at Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort near Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.[1]

The downhill course started at an elevation of 1,947 m (6,388 ft); it was 3.219 km (2.000 mi) in length with a vertical drop of 977 m (3,205 ft). The slalom started at 1,160 m (3,806 ft) with a vertical drop of 200 m (656 ft) and 62 gates.

The downhill was started at 10:00 and the slalom at 15:30. Due to warm temperatures, the downhill was moved up an hour from 11:00, but temperatures were still above freezing in the starting gate. In the afternoon, the temperature at the slalom's starting gate was 11 °C (52 °F).

The gold medalist was Sandro Viletta of Switzerland, who had just one World Cup podium finish, a victory in super-G.[2] Ivica Kostelić of Croatia won the silver medal, already the fourth one in his career (three of them in combined). Christof Innerhofer of Italy, the 2014 downhill silver medalist, won bronze.

Results[edit]

The downhill race was started at 11:00[3] and the slalom race at 15:00.[4]

Rank Bib Name Nation Downhill Rank Slalom Rank Total Behind
1st 20 Sandro Viletta Switzerland 1:54.88 14 50.32 2 2:45.20
2nd 21 Ivica Kostelić Croatia 1:54.17 7 51.37 3 2:45.54 +0.34
3rd 10 Christof Innerhofer Italy 1:54.30 8 51.37 3 2:45.67 +0.47
4 9 Kjetil Jansrud Norway 1:53.24 1 53.02 13 2:46.26 +1.06
5 2 Adam Žampa Slovakia 1:56.23 27 50.11 1 2:46.34 +1.14
6 24 Bode Miller United States 1:54.67 12 51.93 7 2:46.60 +1.40
7 4 Ondřej Bank Czech Republic 1:53.38 2 53.46 16 2:46.84 +1.64
8 16 Carlo Janka Switzerland 1:54.42 9 52.46 11 2:46.88 +1.68
8 12 Aksel Lund Svindal Norway 1:53.94 6 52.94 12 2:46.88 +1.68
10 18 Natko Zrnčić-Dim Croatia 1:55.26 19 51.80 6 2:47.06 +1.86
11 28 Jared Goldberg United States 1:54.90 15 52.39 10 2:47.29 +2.09
12 22 Ted Ligety United States 1:55.17 18 52.22 8 2:47.39 +2.19
13 14 Matthias Mayer Austria 1:53.61 3 53.85 20 2:47.46 +2.26
14 13 Romed Baumann Austria 1:55.36 21 52.23 9 2:47.59 +2.39
15 8 Beat Feuz Switzerland 1:54.46 10 53.29 15 2:47.75 +2.55
16 6 Martin Vráblík Czech Republic 1:56.36 29 51.56 5 2:47.92 +2.72
17 26 Adrien Théaux France 1:55.00 17 53.66 17 2:48.66 +3.46
18 25 Dominik Paris Italy 1:54.46 10 54.99 22 2:49.45 +4.25
19 30 Kryštof Krýzl Czech Republic 1:56.68 32 53.21 14 2:49.89 +4.69
20 27 Morgan Pridy Canada 1:56.21 25 53.82 19 2:50.03 +4.83
21 40 Otmar Striedinger Austria 1:55.48 22 54.98 21 2:50.46 +5.26
22 37 Paul de la Cuesta Spain 1:56.22 26 55.84 23 2:52.06 +6.86
23 39 Nikola Chongarov Bulgaria 1:58.68 41 53.73 18 2:52.41 +7.21
24 32 Pavel Trikhichev Russia 1:56.65 31 56.64 28 2:53.29 +8.09
25 34 Ferran Terra Spain 1:57.23 34 56.31 26 2:53.54 +8.34
26 42 Igor Zakurdayev Kazakhstan 1:57.62 37 57.02 29 2:54.64 +9.44
27 44 Igor Laikert Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:59.76 44 55.94 24 2:55.70 +10.50
28 33 Olivier Jenot Monaco 1:59.81 45 56.01 25 2:55.82 +10.62
29 31 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner Argentina 1:59.63 43 56.46 27 2:56.09 +10.89
30 3 Aleksandr Khoroshilov Russia 1:56.03 24 1:02.43 33 2:58.46 +13.26
31 46 Marc Oliveras Andorra 1:57.08 33 1:01.46 32 2:58.54 +13.34
32 47 Henrik von Appen Chile 1:58.49 40 1:00.42 30 2:58.91 +13.71
33 36 Martin Khuber Kazakhstan 1:59.42 42 1:00.44 31 2:59.86 +14.66
34 49 Christoffer Faarup Denmark 1:57.96 39 1:10.36 34 3:08.32 +23.12
35 29 Klemen Kosi Slovenia 1:56.41 30 DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ
36 1 Aleksander Aamodt Kilde Norway 1:53.85 4 DNF N/A
36 5 Max Franz Austria 1:53.93 5 DNF N/A
36 7 Maciej Bydliński Poland 1:57.36 35 DNF N/A
36 11 Mauro Caviezel Switzerland 1:54.75 13 DNF N/A
36 15 Peter Fill Italy 1:54.98 16 DNF N/A
36 17 Alexis Pinturault France 1:55.68 23 DNF N/A
36 19 Thomas Mermillod-Blondin France 1:56.23 27 DNF N/A
36 23 Andrew Weibrecht United States 1:55.33 20 DNF N/A
36 38 Jorge Birkner Ketelhohn Argentina 2:01.05 46 DNF N/A
36 43 Georgi Georgiev Bulgaria 1:57.69 38 DNF N/A
36 45 Arnaud Alessandria Monaco 1:57.59 36 DNF N/A
37 35 Matej Falat Slovakia DNF N/A
37 41 Yuri Danilochkin Belarus DNF N/A
37 48 Martin Bendík Slovakia DNF N/A
37 50 Ioan Valeriu Achiriloaie Romania DNF N/A

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Competition Schedule". SOCOG. Retrieved 21 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Etchells, Tim (14 February 2014). "Switzerland’s Sandro Viletta is golden in super combined". Ski Racing. Retrieved 14 February 2014. 
  3. ^ Downhill Results
  4. ^ Final Results