Alpine skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Men's super-G

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Men's super-G
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Pictogram for alpine skiing
Venue Sestriere
Date February 18
Competitors 63 from 27 nations
Winning time 1:30.65
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Hermann Maier  Austria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ambrosi Hoffmann  Switzerland
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Alpine skiing at the
2006 Winter Olympics
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

In super-G competitions, skiers must navigate between gates at high speed, and the gates are further apart than in slalom and giant slalom competitions. As in the downhill, there is only one run of the super-G. The men's competition took place on Saturday, 18 February, with the defending Olympic champion Kjetil André Aamodt expected to start.

Results[edit]

The results of the men's super-G event in alpine skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics.

Rank Name Country Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 1:30.65 +0.00
2nd, silver medalist(s) Hermann Maier  Austria 1:30.78 +0.13
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ambrosi Hoffmann  Switzerland 1:30.98 +0.33
4 Erik Guay  Canada 1:31.08 +0.43
5 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 1:31.10 +0.45
6 Marco Büchel  Liechtenstein 1:31.22 +0.57
7 Scott Macartney  United States 1:31.23 +0.58
8 François Bourque  Canada 1:31.27 +0.62
9 Daron Rahlves  United States 1:31.37 +0.72
10 Hannes Reichelt  Austria 1:31.39 +0.74
11 Antoine Dénériaz  France 1:31.49 +0.84
12 Didier Cuche  Switzerland 1:31.50 +0.85
13 Peter Fill  Italy 1:31.54 +0.89
14 Lasse Kjus  Norway 1:31.79 +1.14
15 Andrej Šporn  Slovenia 1:31.84 +1.19
16 Didier Défago  Switzerland 1:31.90 +1.25
17 Patrick Staudacher  Italy 1:31.91 +1.26
18 Bruno Kernen  Switzerland 1:31.95 +1.30
19 Christoph Gruber  Austria 1:32.00 +1.35
20 Manuel Osborne-Paradis  Canada 1:32.02 +1.37
21 Benjamin Raich  Austria 1:32.05 +1.40
22 John Kucera  Canada 1:32.10 +1.45
Finlay Mickel  Great Britain
24 Patrik Järbyn  Sweden 1:32.21 +1.56
Yannick Bertrand  France
26 Bjarne Solbakken  Norway 1:32.90 +2.25
27 Konstantin Sats  Russia 1:33.14 +2.49
28 Andrej Jerman  Slovenia 1:33.20 +2.55
29 Pavel Chestakov  Russia 1:33.48 +2.83
Massimiliano Blardone  Italy
31 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia 1:33.53 +2.88
32 Petr Záhrobský  Czech Republic 1:33.70 +3.05
33 Aleš Gorza  Slovenia 1:33.77 +3.12
34 Kryštof Krýzl  Czech Republic 1:34.20 +3.55
35 Natko Zrnčić -Dim  Croatia 1:34.49 +3.84
36 Ivan Ratkić  Croatia 1:34.77 +4.12
37 Roger Cruickshank  Great Britain 1:34.87 +4.22
38 Martin Vráblík  Czech Republic 1:34.90 +4.25
39 Gauthier de Tessières  France 1:34.94 +4.29
40 Jaroslav Babušiak  Slovakia 1:35.41 +4.76
41 Aleksandr Khoroshilov  Russia 1:35.51 +4.86
42 Anton Konovalov  Russia 1:35.72 +5.07
43 Steve Nyman  United States 1:36.22 +5.57
44 Duncan Grob  Chile 1:36.24 +5.59
45 Michał Kałwa  Poland 1:36.25 +5.60
46 Ivan Heimschild  Slovakia 1:36.58 +5.93
47 Maui Gayme  Chile 1:36.85 +6.20
48 Olivier Jenot  Monaco 1:37.03 +6.38
49 Ivan Olivari  Croatia 1:37.43 +6.78
50 Alexander Heath  South Africa 1:37.77 +7.12
51 Andrei Drygin  Tajikistan 1:37.85 +7.20
52 Ivars Ciaguns  Latvia 1:38.18 +7.53
53 Nikolay Skriabin  Ukraine 1:38.86 +8.21
54 Mikael Gayme  Chile 1:39.68 +9.03
55 Leyti Seck  Senegal 1:42.87 +12.22
56 Erjon Tola  Albania 1:44.27 +13.62
A. J. Bear  Australia DNF
Pierre-Emmanuel Dalcin  France DNF
Bode Miller  United States DNF
Claudio Sprecher  Liechtenstein DNF
Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic DNF
Alex Antor  Andorra DNF
Nikolai Hentsch  Brazil DNF

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