FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013 – Men's super combined

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Men's super combined
at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013
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Venue Planai
Schladming, Austria
Date 11 February 2013
Competitors 53 from 25 nations
Winning time 2:56.96
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    Croatia
Bronze medal    Austria
«2011  
FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013
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Super combined men women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women
Team mixed

The men's super combined competition at the 2013 World Championships was held on Monday, 11 February. 53 athletes from 25 nations competed.[1]

Results[edit]

The downhill race was started at 12:00[2] and the slalom race at 18:15.[3]

Rank Bib Name Nation Downhill Rank Slalom Rank Total Difference
1st 27 Ted Ligety  United States 2:02.10 6 54.86 2 2:56.96
2nd 22 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia 2:02.75 10 55.36 4 2:58.11 +1.15
3rd 16 Romed Baumann  Austria 2:01.38 1 56.75 11 2:58.13 +1.17
4 9 Andreas Romar  Finland 2:02.93 13 55.37 5 2:58.30 +1.34
5 13 Sandro Viletta   Switzerland 2:03.17 16 55.21 3 2:58.38 +1.42
6 21 Alexis Pinturault  France 2:04.73 22 53.68 1 2:58.41 +1.45
7 8 Silvan Zurbriggen   Switzerland 2:03.01 14 55.41 6 2:58.42 +1.46
8 18 Carlo Janka   Switzerland 2:02.41 8 56.24 10 2:58.65 +1.69
9 15 Dominik Paris  Italy 2:02.07 5 56.81 12 2:58.88 +1.92
10 11 Matthias Mayer  Austria 2:02.16 7 57.21 14 2:59.37 +2.41
11 7 Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic 2:04.26 19 55.43 8 2:59.69 +2.73
12 23 Klemen Kosi  Slovenia 2:02.81 11 58.12 15 3:00.93 +3.97
13 29 Adam Žampa  Slovakia 2:05.56 25 55.68 9 3:01.24 +4.28
14 34 Kevin Esteve  Andorra 2:04.91 23 58.21 16 3:03.12 +6.16
15 1 Martin Vráblík  Czech Republic 2:06.37 29 57.18 13 3:03.55 +6.59
16 26 Maciej Bydliński  Poland 2:04.64 21 58.97 20 3:03.61 +6.65
17 24 Nikola Chongarov  Bulgaria 2:06.15 28 58.62 19 3:04.77 +7.81
18 45 Paul de la Cuesta  Spain 2:05.10 24 59.82 23 3:04.92 +7.96
19 6 Yuri Danilochkin  Belarus 2:05.91 27 59.07 21 3:04.98 +8.02
20 37 Maarten Meiners  Netherlands 2:07.81 34 58.43 18 3:06.24 +9.28
21 48 Igor Laikert  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2:07.05 30 59.45 22 3:06.50 +9.54
22 4 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner  Argentina 2:10.34 38 58.22 17 3:08.56 +11.60
23 28 Aleksandr Khoroshilov  Russia 2:13.75 40 55.42 7 3:09.17 +12.21
24 36 Arjan Wanders  Netherlands 2:07.28 33 1:05.12 25 3:12.40 +15.44
25 5 Marc Berthod   Switzerland 2:03.12 15 1:10.13 27 3:13.25 +16.29
26 52 Rostyslav Feshchuk  Ukraine 2:11.61 39 1:02.35 24 3:13.96 +17.00
27 39 Marc Oliveras  Andorra 2:05.82 26 1:09.86 26 3:15.68 +18.72
28 30 Matteo Marsaglia  Italy 2:02.43 9 1:16.66 28 3:19.09 +22.13
29 44 Max Ullrich  Croatia 2:08.69 37 DNF 29
29 51 Matej Falat  Slovakia 2:08.35 36 DNF 29
29 50 Dmitriy Koshkin  Kazakhstan 2:07.84 35 DNF 29
29 25 Georgi Georgiev  Bulgaria 2:07.15 32 DNF 29
29 43 Igor Zakurdayev  Kazakhstan 2:07.12 31 DNF 29
29 20 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 2:01.52 2 DNF 29
29 19 Christof Innerhofer  Italy 2:01.76 3 DNF 29
29 14 Adrien Théaux  France 2:01.78 4 DNF 29
29 10 Benjamin Raich  Austria 2:02.90 12 DNF 29
29 38 Thomas Biesemeyer  United States 2:04.41 20 DNF 29
29 31 Douglas Hedin  Sweden 2:04.18 18 DNF 29
29 17 Thomas Mermillod-Blondin  France 2:03.68 17 DQ 29
29 2 Brice Roger  France DNF 41 29
29 3 Ryan Cochran-Siegle  United States DNF 41 29
29 12 Siegmar Klotz  Italy DNF 41 29
29 33 Marvin van Heek  Netherlands DNF 41 29
29 35 Will Brandenburg  United States DNF 41 29
29 40 Martin Khuber  Kazakhstan DNF 41 29
29 46 Michał Kłusak  Poland DNF 41 29
29 47 Roberts Rode  Latvia DNF 41 29
29 53 Ignácio Freeman Crespo  Argentina DNF 41 29
29 32 Ferran Terra  Spain DQ 41 29
29 41 Boštjan Kline  Slovenia DQ 41 29
29 42 Christoffer Faarup  Denmark DQ 41 29
29 49 Taras Pimenov  Kazakhstan DQ 41 29

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