FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013 – Men's downhill

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Men's downhill
at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Date 9 February 2013
Competitors 58 from 27 nations
Winning time 2:01.32
Medalists
Gold medal    Norway
Silver medal    Italy
Bronze medal    France
«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 downhill competition at the 2013 World Championships was held on Saturday, February 9, with 58 athletes from 27 nations.[1]

Aksel Lund Svindal won his second world title in downhill and fifth overall, joined on the podium by Dominik Paris and David Poisson.[2][3]

Results[edit]

The race was started at 11:00.[4]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
1st 17 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 2:01.32
2nd 18 Dominik Paris  Italy 2:01.78 +0.46
3rd 13 David Poisson  France 2:02.29 +0.97
4 22 Klaus Kröll  Austria 2:02.67 +1.35
5 7 Andreas Romar  Finland 2:02.68 +1.36
6 27 Silvan Zurbriggen   Switzerland 2:02.69 +1.37
7 25 Patrick Küng   Switzerland 2:02.86 +1.54
8 12 Didier Defago   Switzerland 2:02.91 +1.59
9 8 Jan Hudec  Canada 2:02.99 +1.67
10 20 Adrien Theaux  France 2:03.03 +1.71
11 6 Andrej Šporn  Slovenia 2:03.08 +1.76
12 14 Peter Fill  Italy 2:03.18 +1.86
13 3 Matthias Mayer  Austria 2:03.27 +1.95
14 21 Christof Innerhofer  Italy 2:03.40 +2.08
15 1 Brice Roger  France 2:03.46 +2.14
16 9 Werner Heel  Italy 2:03.50 +2.18
17 15 Benjamin Thomsen  Canada 2:03.54 +2.22
18 23 Manuel Osborne-Paradis  Canada 2:03.58 +2.26
19 24 Carlo Janka   Switzerland 2:03.91 +2.59
20 2 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia 2:04.18 +2.86
21 29 Guillermo Fayed  France 2:04.39 +3.07
22 37 Andrew Weibrecht  United States 2:04.57 +3.25
23 10 Max Franz  Austria 2:04.59 +3.27
24 5 Stephan Keppler  Germany 2:05.00 +3.68
25 28 Steven Nyman  United States 2:05.11 +3.79
26 31 Douglas Hedin  Sweden 2:05.25 +3.91
27 33 Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic 2:05.68 +4.36
28 32 Alexander Glebov  Russia 2:05.73 +4.41
29 36 Klemen Kosi  Slovenia 2:06.27 +4.95
30 38 Kevin Esteve  Andorra 2:06.90 +5.58
31 40 Ivan Muravyev  Russia 2:07.11 +5.79
32 43 Marc Oliveras  Andorra 2:07.73 +6.41
33 35 Paul de la Cuesta  Spain 2:08.11 +6.79
34 53 Michal Klusak  Poland 2:09.13 +7.81
35 42 Igor Zakurdayev  Kazakhstan 2:09.18 +7.86
36 49 Martin Vráblík  Czech Republic 2:09.27 +7.95
37 47 Christoffer Faarup  Denmark 2:10.72 +9.40
38 56 Willis Feasey  New Zealand 2:10.99 +9.67
39 54 Dmitriy Koshkin  Kazakhstan 2:11.04 +9.72
40 50 Svetoslav Georgiev  Bulgaria 2:11.05 +9.73
41 45 Martin Khuber  Kazakhstan 2:11.87 +10.55
42 51 Roberts Rode  Latvia 2:12.30 +10.98
43 57 Taras Pimenov  Kazakhstan 2:12.94 +11.62
44 58 Rostyslav Feshchuk  Ukraine 2:13.33 +12.01
45 46 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner  Argentina 2:13.83 +12.51
46 55 Ignacio Freeman Crespo  Argentina 2:14.75 +13.43
47 39 Maciej Bydliński  Poland DNS
47 4 Marvin van Heek  Netherlands DNF
47 11 Marco Sullivan  United States DNF
47 16 Erik Guay  Canada DNF
47 19 Hannes Reichelt  Austria DNF
47 26 Travis Ganong  United States DNF
47 30 Boštjan Kline  Slovenia DNF
47 34 Ferran Terra  Spain DNF
47 41 Yuri Danilochkin  Belarus DNF
47 44 Max Ullrich  Croatia DNF
47 48 Nikola Chongarov  Bulgaria DNF
47 52 Igor Laikert  Bosnia and Herzegovina DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Downhill M Official Starter List". FIS. Retrieved 8 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "Svindal spectacular in winning World DH title". Ski Racing.com. February 9, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Downhill Gold for Aksel Lund Svindal". FIS Alpine.com. February 9, 2013. 
  4. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Downhill M Results". FIS. Retrieved 9 February 2013. 

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