FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2011 – Men's downhill

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FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2011
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Super combined men women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women
Team mixed
Men's Downhill
Location Garmisch Classic, Kandahar 2
Vertical    920 m (3,018 ft)
Top elevation 1,690 m (5,545 ft)  
Base elevation    770 m (2,526 ft)

The Men's Downhill competition at the 2011 World Championships was the fourth race of the championships, run under spring-like conditions on Saturday, February 12.[1] At the start of the race at 11:00 am CET, the temperature was 3 C (37 F) at the starting gate (1690 m, 5544 ft) and 9 C (48 F) at the finish area (770 m, 2526 ft). Mostly in the shade, the north-facing slope of the Kandahar 2 course at Garmisch Classic had a vertical drop of 920 m (3018 ft).[2] Fifty four athletes from 24 countries competed.[3]

Results[edit]

[2]

Rank Bib Name Nation Time Difference
1 10 Erik Guay  Canada 1:58.41 ----
2 18 Didier Cuche   Switzerland 1:58.73 +0.32
3 9 Christof Innerhofer  Italy 1:59.17 +0.76
4 20 Romed Baumann  Austria 1:59.51 +1.10
5 17 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 1:59.83 +1.42
6 12 Andrej Šporn  Slovenia 2:00.25 +1.84
7 16 Michael Walchhofer  Austria 2:00.28 +1.87
8 13 Johan Clarey  France 2:00.35 +1.94
9 29 Beat Feuz   Switzerland 2:00.47 +2.06
10 6 Ambrosi Hoffmann   Switzerland 2:00.48 +2.07
11 21 Klaus Kröll  Austria 2:00.58 +2.17
12 19 Silvan Zurbriggen   Switzerland 2:00.75 +2.34
13 5 Steven Nyman  United States 2:00.80 +2.39
14 14 Peter Fill  Italy 2:00.81 +2.40
15 22 Bode Miller  United States 2:00.83 +2.42
16 26 Hannes Reichelt  Austria 2:00.99 +2.58
17 8 Andrej Jerman  Slovenia 2:01.16 +2.75
18 4 Benjamin Thomsen  Canada 2:01.18 +2.77
19 2 Rok Perko  Slovenia 2:01.50 +3.09
20 25 Dominik Paris  Italy 2:01.55 +3.14
21 35 Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic 2:01.77 +3.36
22 15 Werner Heel  Italy 2:01.79 +3.38
23 28 Guillermo Fayed  France 2:01.99 +3.58
24 31 Travis Ganong  United States 2:02.19 +3.78
25 23 Jan Hudec  Canada 2:02.45 +4.04
26 30 Hans Olsson  Sweden 2:02.49 +4.08
27 32 Andreas Romar  Finland 2:02.50 +4.09
28 7 Natko Zrnčić-Dim  Croatia 2:02.57 +4.16
29 1 Yannick Bertrand  France 2:02.66 +4.25
30 24 Gašper Markič  Slovenia 2:02.99 +4.58
31 27 Tobias Stechert  Germany 2:03.31 +4.90
32 37 Ferrán Terra  Spain 2:03.79 +5.38
33 34 Mirko Deflorian  Moldova 2:04.04 +5.63
34 43 Kevin Esteve Rigail  Andorra 2:04.58 +6.17
35 36 Lars Elton Myhre  Norway 2:04.93 +6.52
36 45 Georgi Georgiev  Bulgaria 2:05.19 +6.78
37 42 Paul de la Cuesta  Spain 2:05.74 +7.33
38 39 TJ Baldwin  Great Britain 2:06.54 +8.13
39 50 Nikola Chongarov  Bulgaria 2:06.57 +8.16
40 44 Yuri Danilochkin  Belarus 2:06.99 +8.58
41 48 Michał Kłusak  Poland 2:07.64 +9.23
42 40 Igor Zakurdaev  Kazakhstan 2:07.66 +9.25
43 51 Igor Laikert Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia 2:08.70 +10.29
44 54 Rostyslav Feshchuk  Ukraine 2:09.69 +11.28
45 47 Dmitriy Koshkin  Kazakhstan 2:11.47 +13.06
46 53 Taras Pimenov  Kazakhstan 2:12.30 +13.89
47 52 Pavel Chernichenko  Kazakhstan 2:13.25 +14.84
3 Patrik Järbyn  Sweden DNF
11 Adrien Théaux  France DNF
33 Andreas Sander  Germany DNF
38 Tin Široki  Croatia DNF
41 Roger Vidosa  Andorra DNF
46 Roberts Rode  Latvia DNF
49 Martin Vráblík  Czech Republic DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ski Racing.com - Canada retains World DH title as Guay takes gold - 2011-02-12
  2. ^ a b "FIS World Ski Championships Downhill M Results". FIS. Retrieved 12 February 2011. 
  3. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Downhill M Official Starter List". FIS. Retrieved 11 February 2011.