FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013 – Men's super-G

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Men's super-G
at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Date 6 February 2013
Competitors 82 from 32 nations
Winning time 1:23.96
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    France
Bronze medal    Norway
«2011  
FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Super combined men women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women
Team mixed

The men's super-G competition at the 2013 World Championships was held on Wednesday, 6 February. It was the first men's race of the championships; 82 athletes from 32 countries competed.[1]

Ted Ligety won the world title, his first-ever victory in a super-G race in international competition. A top competitor in giant slalom, his only previous podium in super-G was a runner-up finish at a World Cup race at Val-d'Isère in December 2009.[2] Completing the podium were Gauthier de Tessières, a late replacement, and Aksel Lund Svindal.[3][4]

Kjetil Jansrud crashed and tore a ligament in his left knee, ending his 2013 season.[5]

Results[edit]

The race was started on schedule at 11:00.[6]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
1 10 Ted Ligety  United States 1:23.96
2 4 Gauthier de Tessières  France 1:24.16 +0.20
3 22 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 1:24.18 +0.22
4 19 Hannes Reichelt  Austria 1:24.51 +0.55
5 16 Matthias Mayer  Austria 1:24.91 +0.95
6 1 Alexis Pinturault  France 1:24.99 +1.03
7 20 Christof Innerhofer  Italy 1:25.05 +1.09
8 13 Romed Baumann  Austria 1:25.17 +1.21
9 21 Adrien Théaux  France 1:25.21 +1.25
10 12 Georg Streitberger  Austria 1:25.30 +1.34
11 2 Silvan Zurbriggen   Switzerland 1:25.32 +1.36
12 17 Matteo Marsaglia  Italy 1:25.35 +1.39
13 14 Jan Hudec  Canada 1:25.52 +1.56
14 6 Thomas Biesemeyer  United States 1:25.56 +1.60
15 9 Peter Fill  Italy 1:25.60 +1.64
16 25 Ryan Cochran-Siegle  United States 1:25.63 +1.67
17 28 Manuel Osborne-Paradis  Canada 1:25.74 +1.78
18 8 Andreas Romar  Finland 1:25.75 +1.79
19 27 Patrick Küng   Switzerland 1:25.88 +1.92
20 32 Benjamin Thomsen  Canada 1:25.93 +1.97
21 11 Werner Heel  Italy 1:26.00 +2.04
22 7 Thomas Mermillod-Blondin  France 1:26.11 +2.15
23 23 Siegmar Klotz  Italy 1:26.27 +2.31
24 15 Erik Guay  Canada 1:26.30 +2.34
25 36 Tobias Stechert  Germany 1:26.64 +2.68
26 26 Carlo Janka   Switzerland 1:26.73 +2.77
27 29 Didier Défago   Switzerland 1:26.81 +2.85
28 35 Klemen Kosi  Slovenia 1:26.83 +2.87
29 24 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia 1:26.89 +2.93
30 46 Marcus Sandell  Finland 1:27.01 +3.05
31 31 Boštjan Kline  Slovenia 1:27.02 +3.06
32 33 Andrej Šporn  Slovenia 1:27.04 +3.08
33 39 Matts Olsson  Sweden 1:27.26 +3.30
34 3 Stephan Keppler  Germany 1:27.55 +3.59
35 38 Douglas Hedin  Sweden 1:27.60 +3.64
36 30 Rok Perko  Slovenia 1:27.78 +3.82
37 64 Adam Žampa  Slovakia 1:27.94 +3.98
38 37 Paul de la Cuesta  Spain 1:28.48 +4.52
39 49 Nikola Chongarov  Bulgaria 1:28.61 +4.65
40 45 Benjamin Griffin  New Zealand 1:28.72 +4.76
41 44 Maciej Bydlinski  Poland 1:28.93 +4.97
42 55 Martin Vráblík  Czech Republic 1:29.30 +5.34
43 53 Nick Prebble  New Zealand 1:29.35 +5.39
44 77 Jorge Birkner Ketelhohn  Argentina 1:29.99 +6.03
45 58 Max Ullrich  Croatia 1:30.02 +6.06
46 43 Kevin Esteve  Andorra 1:30.20 +6.24
47 56 Svetoslav Georgiev  Bulgaria 1:30.23 +6.27
48 52 Martin Khuber  Kazakhstan 1:30.32 +6.36
49 70 Igor Laikert  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:30.66 +6.70
50 67 Michal Klusak  Poland 1:30.82 +6.86
51 74 Matej Falat  Slovakia 1:30.85 +6.89
52 51 Sebastian Brigović  Croatia 1:31.00 +7.04
53 57 Georgi Georgiev  Bulgaria 1:31.06 +7.10
54 71 Yuri Danilochkin  Belarus 1:31.08 +7.12
55 69 Ondrej Berndt  Czech Republic 1:31.30 +7.34
56 73 Igor Zakurdaev  Kazakhstan 1:31.32 +7.36
57 75 Sam Robertson  Australia 1:31.77 +7.81
58 50 Christoffer Faarup  Denmark 1:31.90 +7.94
59 62 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner  Argentina 1:32.02 +8.06
60 76 Taras Pimenov  Kazakhstan 1:32.05 +8.09
61 61 Steffan Winkelhorst  Netherlands 1:32.14 +8.18
62 81 Rostyslav Feshchuk  Ukraine 1:32.76 +8.80
63 66 Jackson Coull  Australia 1:33.08 +9.12
64 68 Istok Rodeš  Croatia 1:33.23 +9.27
65 63 Jamie Prebble  New Zealand 1:33.76 +9.80
66 72 Roberts Rode  Latvia 1:34.35 +10.39
67 80 Ivan Kovbasnyuk  Ukraine 1:35.98 +12.02
68 78 Stephan Sumps  Chile 1:38.42 +14.46
69 82 Marton Kekesi  Hungary 1:43.25 +19.29
70 5 Andrew Weibrecht  United States DNF
70 18 Kjetil Jansrud  Norway DNF
70 34 Alexander Glebov  Russia DNF
70 40 Ivan Muravyev  Russia DNF
70 41 Arjan Wanders  Netherlands DNF
70 42 Marvin van Heek  Netherlands DNF
70 47 Ferran Terra  Spain DNF
70 48 Maarten Meiners  Netherlands DNF
70 54 Willis Feasey  New Zealand DNF
70 59 Georg Lindner  Moldova DNF
70 60 Marc Oliveras  Andorra DNF
70 65 Dmitriy Koshkin  Kazakhstan DNF
70 79 Ignacio Freeman Crespo  Argentina DNF

Video[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Super G L Official Starter List". FIS. Retrieved 5 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "Skiing: Ted Ligety wins super-G world title in Austria". Salt Lake Tribune. Associated Press. 6 February 2013. 
  3. ^ "Ted Ligety earns super G gold with exquisite run". Ski Racing.com. 6 February 2013. 
  4. ^ "Ted Ligety speeds to super G gold". FIS Alpine.com. 6 February 2013. 
  5. ^ "Season over early for Jansrud". FIS Alpine.com. 6 February 2013. 
  6. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Super G M Results". FIS. Retrieved 6 February 2013. 

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