2006 World Championship of Ski Mountaineering

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The 2006 World Championship of Ski Mountaineering (Italian: Campionato del Mondo di Scialpinismo 2006) was the third World Championship of Ski Mountaineering sanctioned by the International Council for Ski Mountaineering Competitions (ISMC), held in the Italian Province of Cuneo from February 27 to March 4, 2006.

The participating athletes were from 33 nations. Because the relay event for the "Senior" athletes had to be canceled to bad snow conditions, there was consequently no combined ranking.[1][2]

Results[edit]

Nation ranking and medals[edit]

(all age groups)[3]

ranking country vertical Race team relay individual
(Juniors)
points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png points Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png total points
1 Flag of Italy.svg Italy 1320 1 3 2 458 1 1 400 2 164 1 2342
2 Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland 1412 1 3 2 354 1 344 1 1 180 1 2290
3 Flag of France.svg France 1210 5 2 3 420 1 2 344 1 1 200 1 2174
4 Flag of Spain.svg Spain 1028 1 162 284 144 1618
5 Flag of Germany.svg Germany 443 290 296 1029
6 Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia 644 1 100 152 152 922
7 Flag of Greece.svg Greece 447 11 100 136 694
8 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic 286 160 124 680
9 Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra 383 160 132 675
10 Flag of the United States.svg United States 331 130 128 589
11 Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia 416 24 136 576
12 Flag of Poland.svg Poland 214 26 120 140 500
13 Flag of Norway.svg Norway 214 81 108 403
14 Flag of Romania.svg Romania 343 343
15 Flag of Russia.svg Russia 152 8 96 256
16 Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden 85 22 116 223
17 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria 192 22 214
18 Flag of Chile.svg Chile 105 2 92 199
19 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom 53 32 112 197
20 Flag of Japan.svg Japan 50 24 104 178
21 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein 72 72
22 Flag of Venezuela (1954-2006).svg Venezuela 62 62
22 Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark 62 62
24 Flag of Finland.svg Finland 51 51
25 Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia 49 49
26 Flag of Canada.svg Canada 44 44
27 Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 42 42
28 Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium 13 1 14
29 Flag of Morocco.svg Morocco 9 9
30 Flag of South Korea.svg South Korea 2 2
31 Flag of Austria.svg Austria
31 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China
31 Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey

Vertical race[edit]

Event held at Crissolo on February 28, 2008

  • altitude of the starting point: 1,365m
  • distance: 4.7 km lange Strecke
  • altitude difference (ascent): 1000m[4]

List of the best 10 participants by gender:[5]

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Natascia Leonardi Cortesi 00h 50' 11.5"
Med 2.png Flag of Italy.svg Roberta Pedranzini 00h 51' 55"
Med 3.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Catherine Mabillard 00h 52' 27.2"
4 Flag of Italy.svg Gloriana Pellissier 00h 52' 54.8"
5 Flag of France.svg Corinne Favre 00h 53' 13.3"
6 Flag of Italy.svg Chiara Raso 00h 53' '41.4 "
7 Flag of Switzerland.svg Nathalie Etzensperger 00h 54' 00.7"
8 Flag of Germany.svg Barbara Gruber 00h 55' 19.8"
9 Flag of France.svg Laëtitia Roux 00h 55' 54.2"
10 Flag of the United States.svg Monique Merrill 00h 55' 58.1"

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Flag of France.svg Patrick Blanc 00h 39' 11.3"
Med 2.png Flag of France.svg Tony Sbalbi 00h 41' 13.9"
Med 3.png Flag of France.svg Florent Perrier 00h 41' 14.1"
4 Flag of Spain.svg Agustí Roc Amador 00h 42' 21.8"
5 Flag of Switzerland.svg Sébastien Epiney 00h 43' 39.7"
6 Flag of Switzerland.svg Alain Rey 00h 43' 40.4"
7 Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Pérez Brunicardi 00h 44' 03.2"
8 Flag of Italy.svg Denis Trento 00h 44' 19.1"
9 Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Olivier Nägele 00h 44' 20.9"
10 Flag of Italy.svg Mirco Mezzanotte 00h 44' 22.7"

Team[edit]

Event held at Crissolo on March 1, 2006

  • altitude of the starting point: 1,725m
  • highest altitude: 3,019m
  • distance (long distance): 20.3 km
  • altitude difference:
    • ascent: 2,088m
    • downhill: 2,088m[6]

List of the best 10 teams by gender:[7]

Women[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Flag of Italy.svg Pedranzini/Martinelli 02h 21' 10.3"
Med 2.png Flag of France.svg Favre/Toïgo 02h 26' 07.2"
Med 3.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Mabillard/Pont-Combe 02h 26' 23.2"
4 Flag of Germany.svg J. Graßl/Koch 02h 28' 45.1"
5 Flag of France.svg Bourillon/Lathuraz 02h 31' 11.1"
6 Flag of Switzerland.svg Magnenat/Zimmermann 02h 31' 37.4"
7 Flag of Italy.svg Renzler/Calliari 02h 35' 05.3"
8 Flag of Italy.svg Raso/Martinale 02h 36' 54.6"
9 Flag of Spain.svg C. Bes Ginesta/Zubizarreta Guerendiain 02h 42' 10.4"
10 Flag of Germany.svg Echtler-Schleich/Treimer 02h 45' 10.6"

Men[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Flag of France.svg Brosse/P. Blanc 01h 48' 41.5"
Med 2.png Flag of France.svg Perrier/Gachet 01h 50' 21.1"
Med 3.png Flag of Italy.svg Brunod/Reichegger 01h 51' 15.1"
4 Flag of Switzerland.svg Hug/Elmer 01h 54' 05.8"
5 Flag of Italy.svg Giacomelli/Lunger 01h 55' 31.6"
6 Flag of Italy.svg J. Pellissier/Battel 01h 57' 32.5"
7 Flag of France.svg D. Blanc/Premat 01h 57' 44."
8 Flag of France.svg Pellicier/Gignoux 01h 58' 17.3"
9 Flag of Switzerland.svg Ecoeur/A. Rey 01h 58' 33.2"
10 Flag of Switzerland.svg Moret/Taramarcaz 01h 59' 36.4"

Individual (canceled)[edit]

Route:[8]

  • distance: 17.1 km
  • highest altitude: 2,400m
  • altitude difference:
    • ascent: 1,740m
    • downhill: 1,750m

Relay[edit]

Event held in Artesina on March 4, 2006

  • distance: 1.92 km
  • altitude of starting point: 1,363m
  • highest altitude: 1,503m
  • altitude difference:
    • ascent: 140m
    • downhill: 140m[9]

List of the best 10 relay teams by gender:[10]

Women[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Flag of Italy.svg Francesca Martinelli/Chiara Raso/Roberta Pedranzini/Gloriana Pellissier 01h 13' 21"
Med 2.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Gabrielle Magnenat/Nathalie Etzensperger/Catherine Mabillard/Séverine Pont-Combe 01h 14' 23"
Med 3.png Flag of France.svg Carole Toïgo/Véronique Lathuraz/Corinne Favre/Nathalie Bourillon 01h 14' 26"
4 Flag of Germany.svg Judith Graßl/Barbara Gruber/Silvia Treimer/Stefanie Koch 01h 18' 32.2"
5 Flag of Spain.svg Gemma Arró Ribot/Naila Jornet Burgada/Izaskun Zubizarreta/Cristina Bes Ginesta 01h 27' 25"

Men[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Flag of Italy.svg Dennis Brunod/Hansjörg Lunger/Manfred Reichegger/Guido Giacomelli 00h 57' 47.2"
Med 2.png Flag of France.svg Grégory Gachet/Stéphane Brosse/Florent Perrier/Patrick Blanc 00h 59' 57.1"
Med 3.png Flag of Switzerland.svg Alexander Hug/Alain Rey/Rico Elmer/Florent Troillet 00h 59' 58.4"
4 Flag of Slovakia.svg Peter Svätojánsky/Miroslav Leitner/Milan Blaško/Milan Madaj 01h 02' 50"
5 Flag of Germany.svg Toni Steurer/Franz Graßl/Martin Echtler/Georg Nickaes 01h 03' 12.4"
6 Flag of Spain.svg Javier Martín de Villa/Federico Galera Díez/Manuel Pérez Brunicardi/Agustí Roc Amador 01h 03' 31"
7 Flag of Slovenia.svg Anže Šenk/Jernej Karničar/Tomaž Soklič/Nejc Kuhar 01h 06' 44"
8 Flag of Andorra.svg Toni Casals Rueda/Xavier Capdevila Romero/Joan Albós Cavaliere/Joan Vilana Díaz 01h 07' 15.4"
9 Flag of the United States.svg Pete Swenson/Cary Smith/Chris Kroger/Steve Romeo 01h 07' 48.3"
10 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jaroslav Bánský/Marcel Svoboda/Michal Němec/Miroslav Duch 01h 10' 14.7"

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