Alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Men's combined

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Men's combined
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Pictogram for alpine skiing
Venue Snowbasin
Date February 13
Competitors 47 from 19 nations
Winning time 3:17.56
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Bode Miller  United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Benjamin Raich  Austria
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Alpine skiing at the
2002 Winter Olympics
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

The combined event was held on February 13 at Snowbasin. It consisted of 3 runs, a downhill and two runs in the slalom. American Bode Miller skied from 15th place after the downhill to a silver medal, 0.28 second behind Kjetil André Aamodt, who won a record sixth Olympic medal in alpine skiing.

Results[edit]

The results of the men's combined event in Alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Rank Name Country Downhill Slalom 1 Slalom 2 Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 1:38.79 46.88 51.89 3:17.56
2nd, silver medalist(s) Bode Miller  United States 1:41.23 46.88 49.73 3:17.84 +0.28
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Benjamin Raich  Austria 1:41.05 46.30 50.91 3:18.26 +0.70
4 Rainer Schönfelder  Austria 1:41.90 45.46 51.31 3:18.67 +1.11
5 Lasse Kjus  Norway 1:38.97 47.72 53.11 3:19.80 +2.24
6 Paul Accola  Switzerland 1:39.62 48.73 53.91 3:22.26 +4.70
7 Patrick Staudacher  Italy 1:39.23 49.51 53.73 3:22.47 +4.91
8 Jean-Philippe Roy  Canada 1:43.31 46.87 52.50 3:22.68 +5.12
9 Jernej Koblar  Slovenia 1:41.70 48.42 53.35 3:23.47 +5.91
10 Stanley Hayer  Czech Republic 1:45.30 47.15 51.99 3:24.44 +6.88
11 Kilian Albrecht  Austria 1:43.32 46.13 55.50 3:24.95 +7.39
12 Borek Zakouril  Czech Republic 1:41.64 49.52 54.04 3:25.20 +7.64
13 Alessandro Fattori  Italy 1:40.15 50.30 55.12 3:25.57 +8.01
14 Andrei Filichkin  Russia 1:43.04 50.19 54.91 3:28.14 +10.58
15 Ross Green  Great Britain 1:43.30 49.97 55.84 3:29.11 +11.55
16 Stefan Georgiev  Bulgaria 1:44.25 49.63 55.51 3:29.39 +11.83
17 Darin McBeath  Canada 1:41.07 51.78 56.72 3:29.57 +12.01
18 Pavel Chestakov  Russia 1:41.45 52.24 56.19 3:30.18 +12.62
19 Jakub Fiala  United States 1:41.85 51.24 57.34 3:30.42 +12.87
20 Jan Holicky  Czech Republic 1:42.85 51.78 56.72 3:31.15 +13.59
21 Antoine Dénériaz  France 1:41.91 51.82 58.24 3:31.97 +14.41
22 Sergey Komarov  Russia 1:43.47 51.66 56.90 3:32.03 +14.47
23 Nicolas Arsel  Argentina 1:48.12 51.24 57.22 3:36.58 +19.02
24 Ivan Heimschild  Slovakia 1:44.89 52.72 59.17 3:36.78 +19.22
25 Nikolay Skriabin  Ukraine 1:44.80 55.03 1:01.23 3:41.06 +23.50
Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic 1:42.71 48.25 DNF
AJ Bear  Australia 1:41.02 52.45 DSQ
Kurt Sulzenbacher  Italy 1:41.49 DNS
Maxim Kendrin  Russia 1:42.81 DNS
Michael Walchhofer  Austria 1:39.94 DNF
Didier Défago  Switzerland 1:40.04 DNF
Bruno Kernen  Switzerland 1:40.07 DNF
Gregor Sparovec  Slovenia 1:40.42 DNF
Gaetan Llorach  France 1:40.56 DNF
Ed Podivinsky  Canada 1:40.59 DNF
Casey Puckett  United States 1:41.80 DNF
Truls Ove Karlsen  Norway 1:41.85 DNF
Andrej Jerman  Slovenia 1:42.42 DNF
Alexander Heath  South Africa 1:47.27 DNF
Tahir Bisic  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:48.68 DNF
Agustin Garcia Jurjo  Argentina 1:49.77 DNF
Cristian Javier Simari Birkner  Argentina DSQ
Craig Branch  Australia DSQ
Mitja Dragšič  Slovenia DSQ
Michal Rajcan  Slovakia DSQ
Paul Schwarzacher-Joyce  Ireland DSQ
Angel Pumpalov  Bulgaria DSQ

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