2009 European Championship of Ski Mountaineering

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The 2009 European Championship of Ski Mountaineering (Italian: Campionati Europei di Sci alpinismo 2009) was the eighth European Championship of ski mountaineering and was held in Alpago (Tambre, Italy) from February 19, 2009 to February 24, 2009.[1] The competition was organized by the International Ski Mountaineering Federation (ISMF), successor organization of the International Council for Ski Mountaineering Competitions (ISMC).

Results[edit]

[2]

Nation ranking and medals[edit]

(all age groups)

ranking country vertical race relay team individual
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  Italy 3292 1 3 2 800 3 1731 2 1 1 1920 3 3 2 7743
2  France 3380 1 1 2 696 2 753 1940 2 1 1 6769
3  Spain 3179 3 1 1 715 1 1221 1593 1 6708
4   Switzerland 2845 3 1 745 2 1 1242 1 1602 1 2 2 6434
5  Czech Republic 1567 1 377 990 933 3867
6  Norway 921 1 474 1938 758 1 3191
7  Germany 1548 1 1 374 579 480 1 2981
8  Austria 1267 1 258 414 853 1 2792
9  Andorra 866 237 1107 1 521 2731
10  Poland 1017 374 501 653 1 1 2545
11  Greece 983 207 465 534 2189
12  Slovenia 586 210 573 354 1723
13  Bulgaria 600 971 1571
14  United Kingdom 243 525 256 1024
15  Slovakia 320 210 1 530
16  Denmark 159 110 269

Vertical race[edit]

Event held on February 20, 2009

List of the best 10 participants by gender:

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Italy Roberta Pedranzini 00h42 ' 55"
Med 2.png Spain Mireia Miró Varela 00h 43' 25"
Med 3.png Italy Francesca Martinelli 00h 43' 45"
4 France Laëtitia Roux 00h 44' 00"
5 Switzerland Nathalie Etzensperger 00h 45' 19"
6 Andorra Sophie Dusautoir Bertrand 00h 45' 55"
7 Spain Gemma Arró Ribot 00h 46' 00"
8 Italy Gloriana Pellissier 00h 46' 36"
9 Austria Michaela Eßl 00h 47' 22"
10 Switzerland Séverine Pont-Combe 00h 47' 50"

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Spain Kílian Jornet Burgada 00h35 ' 51"
Med 2.png France Tony Sbalbi 00h 36' 09"
Med 3.png France Yannick Buffet 00h 36' 48"
4 Italy Manfred Reichegger 00h 37' 09"
5 France Grégory Gachet 00h 37' 13"
6 Italy Damiano Lenzi 00h 37' 21"
7 Spain Javier Martín de Villa 00h 37' 42"
8 Switzerland Florent Troillet 00h 37' 51"
9 France Florent Perrier 00h 37' 52"
10 Switzerland Sébastien Epiney 00h 37' 53"

Relay[edit]

Event held on February 21, 2009

List of the best 10 teams by gender:

Women[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Italy Pedranzini/G. Pellissier/Martinelli 00h 31' 50"
Med 2.png Switzerland Magnenat/Etzensperger/Pont-Combe 00h 32' 22"
Med 3.png France Lathuraz/C. Favre/Roux 00h 34' 13"
4 Spain Arró Ribot/Zubizarreta Guerendiain/Miró Varela 00h 35' 14"
5 Norway Tveite Bystøl/Brakstad Orset/Ryste 00h 36' 29"

Men[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Italy Holzknecht/Reichegger/Brunod/Lenzi 00h 34' 41"
Med 2.png Spain Martín de Villa/Vendrell Martínez/Pérez Brunicardi/Jornet Burgada 00h 35' 04"
Med 3.png Switzerland Troillet/Marti/Ecoeur/Bruchez 00h 35' 33"
4 Austria Wieland/Klocker/Bader/Fasser 00h 36' 25"
5 France D. Blanc/Bonnet/Premat/Sbalbi 00h 37' 32"
6 Andorra Casals Rueda/Albós Cavaliere/Vilana Díaz/Capdevila Romero 00h 38' 20"
7 Norway Berger/Hovdenak/Tronvoll/Eriksrud  ??h 38' 23"
8 Poland Zachwieja/Żebracki/Wargocki/Bargiel 00h 38' 56"
9 Germany Steurer/Schuster/Strobel/Lex 00h 39' 20"
10 Czech Republic Duch/Štantejský/Jan Hepnar/Jos. Hepnar 00h 40' 33"

Team[edit]

Event held on February 22, 2009

List of the best 10 teams by gender:

Women[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Italy Martinelli/Pedranzini 02h 57' 52"
Med 2.png Switzerland Magnenat/Etzensperger 03h 08' 43"
Med 3.png Andorra Tudel Cuberes/Dusautoir Bertrand 03h 15' 44"
4 Spain Miró Varela/Zubizarreta Guerendiain 03h 17' 20"
5 Italy Clos/Lunger 03h 31' 32"
6 Norway Ryste/Tveite Bystøl 03h 39' 05"
7 Czech Republic Formánková/Bánská 04h 07' 07"

Men[edit]

ranking team total time
Med 1.png Italy Eydallin/Trento 02h 24' 11"
Med 2.png Italy Holzknecht/Giacomelli 02h 27' 20"
Med 3.png Italy Reichegger/D. Brunod 02h 29' 18"
4 France Buffet/Gachet 02h 29' 38"
5 Spain Martín de Villa/Jornet Burgada 02h 30' 17"
6 France Pellicier/Perrier 02h 33' 21"
7 Switzerland Ecoeur/Marti 02h 35' 03"
8 Italy Pedrini/Lanfranchi 02h 38' 12"
9 Switzerland Ginier/Farquet 02h 39' 28"
10 Spain Pérez Brunicardi/Bes Ginesta 02h 40' 29"

Individual[edit]

Event held on February 24, 2009

List of the best 10 participants by gender:

Women[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png Italy Roberta Pedranzini 02h 21' 03"
Med 2.png Italy Francesca Martinelli 02h 23' 31"
Med 3.png Italy Gloriana Pellissier 02h 27' 20"
4 Switzerland Nathalie Etzensperger 02h 29' 07"
5 Spain Mireia Miró Varela 02h 30' 47"
6 Switzerland Gabrielle Magnenat 02h 31' 35"
7 France Laëtitia Roux 02h 35' 11"
8 Andorra Sophie Dusautoir Bertrand 02h 35' 44"
9 Austria Michaela Eßl 02h 40' 33"
10 Italy Corinne Clos 02h 43' 19"

Men[edit]

ranking participant total time
Med 1.png France Yannick Buffet 02h 00' 21"
Med 2.png Italy Manfred Reichegger 02h 00' 34"
Med 3.png Italy Lorenzo Holzknecht 02h 01' 47"
4 France Florent Perrier 02h 02' 15"
5 Spain Javier Martín de Villa 02h 03' 31"
6 France Didier Blanc 02h 05' 31"
7 Switzerland Marcel Marti 02h 07' 19"
8 Switzerland Yannick Ecoeur 02h 07' 47"
9 Italy Denis Trento 02h 08' 06"
10 France Grégory Gachet 02h 08' 10"

Combination ranking[edit]

combined ranking (results of the individual, team and vertical race events)

List of the best 10 participants by gender:

Women[edit]

ranking participant
Med 1.png Italy Roberta Pedranzini
Med 2.png Italy Francesca Martinelli
Med 3.png Switzerland Nathalie Etzensperger
4 Spain Mireia Miró Varela
5 Switzerland Gabrielle Magnenat
6 Andorra Sophie Dusautoir Bertrand
7 Spain Izaskun Zubizarreta Guerendiain
8 Italy Corinne Clos
9 Norway Bodil Ryste
10 Norway Marit Tveite Bystøl

Men[edit]

ranking participant
Med 1.png France Yannick Buffet
Med 2.png Italy Manfred Reichegger
Med 3.png Italy Lorenzo Holzknecht
4 Spain Javier Martín de Villa
5 France Grégory Gachet
6 France Florent Perrier
7 France Didier Blanc
8 Spain Manuel Pérez Brunicardi
9 Slovenia Nejc Kuhar
10 Austria Johann Wieland

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ski Mountaineering European Championship - Alpago 2009". Archived from the original on 2009-06-21. Retrieved 2009-03-15. 
  2. ^ "Results". Archived from the original on 2009-06-21. Retrieved 2009-03-15.