Alpine skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Women's giant slalom

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Women's giant slalom
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
VenueSestriere
DateFebruary 24
Competitors65 from 38 nations
Winning time2:09.19
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Julia Mancuso  United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Tanja Poutiainen  Finland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Anna Ottosson  Sweden
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The last event of the women's alpine skiing, the giant slalom, took place on Friday, 24 February. Kostelić was a favourite once again, as she was defending Olympic champion, but Swede Anja Pärson led the World Cup and was defending World Champion of the event. Kostelić was second in the World Cup standing, however, while Austrian Kathrin Zettel was third.[1]

Results[edit]

Complete results from the Women's Giant Slalom event at the 2006 Winter Olympics.

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Julia Mancuso  United States 1:00.89 1:08.30 2:09.19
2nd, silver medalist(s) Tanja Poutiainen  Finland 1:01.21 1:08.65 2:09.86 +0.67
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Anna Ottosson  Sweden 1:02.04 1:08.29 2:10.33 +1.14
4 Nicole Hosp  Austria 1:01.26 1:09.40 2:10.66 +1.47
5 Geneviève Simard  Canada 1:01.47 1:09.26 2:10.73 +1.54
6 Anja Pärson  Sweden 1:01.07 1:09.89 2:10.96 +1.77
7 Kathrin Zettel  Austria 1:01.95 1:09.40 2:11.35 +2.16
8 Nadia Fanchini  Italy 1:01.77 1:09.69 2:11.46 +2.27
9 Ana Drev  Slovenia 1:02.45 1:09.22 2:11.67 +2.48
10 Maria Pietilä-Holmner  Sweden 1:02.00 1:09.69 2:11.69 +2.50
11 Brigitte Acton  Canada 1:02.07 1:09.64 2:11.71 +2.52
12 Tina Maze  Slovenia 1:01.97 1:09.86 2:11.83 +2.64
13 María José Rienda Contreras  Spain 1:02.28 1:09.85 2:12.13 +2.94
14 Karen Putzer  Italy 1:02.46 1:10.01 2:12.47 +3.28
15 Martina Ertl-Renz  Germany 1:01.44 1:11.10 2:12.54 +3.35
16 Fränzi Aufdenblatten  Switzerland 1:03.46 1:09.16 2:12.62 +3.43
17 Marlies Schild  Austria 1:02.68 1:10.59 2:13.27 +4.08
18 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby  Sweden 1:02.12 1:11.24 2:13.36 +4.17
19 Nika Fleiss  Croatia 1:03.27 1:10.16 2:13.43 +4.24
20 Carolina Ruiz Castillo  Spain 1:03.18 1:10.36 2:13.54 +4.35
21 Ingrid Jacquemod  France 1:02.56 1:11.49 2:14.05 +4.86
22 Chemmy Alcott  Great Britain 1:04.47 1:09.95 2:14.42 +5.23
23 Stacey Cook  United States 1:03.35 1:11.09 2:14.44 +5.25
24 Nadia Styger  Switzerland 1:01.87 1:12.58 2:14.45 +5.26
25 Dagmara Krzyżyńska  Poland 1:03.86 1:12.05 2:15.91 +6.72
26 Noriyo Hiroi  Japan 1:04.63 1:12.03 2:16.66 +7.47
27 Petra Zakouřilová  Czech Republic 1:03.93 1:13.07 2:17.00 +7.81
28 Eva Hučková  Slovakia 1:05.24 1:13.07 2:18.31 +9.12
29 Soňa Maculová  Slovakia 1:05.77 1:12.84 2:18.61 +9.42
30 Jelena Lolović  Serbia and Montenegro 1:05.00 1:13.84 2:18.84 +9.65
31 Macarena Simari Birkner  Argentina 1:05.81 1:13.62 2:19.43 +10.24
32 Kirsten McGarry  Ireland 1:08.19 1:14.68 2:22.87 +13.68
33 O Jae-eun  South Korea 1:08.22 1:16.25 2:24.47 +15.28
34 Tiiu Nurmberg  Estonia 1:08.39 1:16.70 2:25.09 +15.90
35 Yulia Siparenko  Ukraine 1:10.43 1:15.50 2:25.93 +16.74
36 Vera Yeremenko  Kazakhstan 1:10.32 1:19.43 2:29.75 +20.56
37 Duygu Ulusoy  Turkey 1:11.43 1:19.38 2:30.81 +21.62
38 Dong Jinzhi  China 1:11.61 1:24.11 2:35.72 +26.53
39 Magda Kalomoirou  Greece 1:15.28 1:21.17 2:36.45 +27.26
40 Ivana Ivchevska  Macedonia 1:13.89 1:23.47 2:37.36 +28.17
41 Réka Tuss  Hungary 1:16.12 1:23.70 2:39.82 +30.63
42 Neha Ahuja  India 1:15.59 1:25.72 2:41.31 +32.12
43 Mirella Arnhold  Brazil 1:20.17 1:29.00 2:49.17 +39.98
Michaela Kirchgasser  Austria 1:02.22 DNF
Denise Karbon  Italy 1:02.90 DNF
Sarah Schleper  United States 1:02.01 DNF
Annemarie Gerg  Germany 1:03.04 DNF
Šárka Záhrobská  Czech Republic 1:03.61 DNF
Ana Jelušić  Croatia 1:05.19 DNF
Lucie Hrstková  Czech Republic 1:03.21 DNF
Chirine Njeim  Lebanon 1:06.80 DNF
Matea Ferk  Croatia 1:06.67 DNF
Jana Gantnerová  Slovakia 1:06.73 DNF
Bianca Narea  Romania 1:10.89 DNF
Janica Kostelić  Croatia DNS
Lindsey Kildow  United States DNS
Mojca Rataj  Bosnia and Herzegovina DNS
Manuela Mölgg  Italy DNF
Christina Lustenberger  Canada DNF
María Belén Simari Birkner  Argentina DNF
Alexandra Coletti  Monaco DNF
Nicola Campbell  New Zealand DNF
Dagný L. Kristjánsdóttir  Iceland DNF
Erika McLeod  New Zealand DNF
Olesya Alieva  Russia DSQ

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 2006 Turin Winter Games: Women's Giant Slalom". Sports Reference. Retrieved 5 April 2018.

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