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

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Women's slalom
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
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Pictogram for alpine skiing
Venue Sestriere
Date February 22
Competitors 64 from 49 nations
Winning time 1:29.04
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Anja Pärson  Sweden
2nd, silver medalist(s) Nicole Hosp  Austria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Marlies Schild  Austria
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Alpine skiing at the
2006 Winter Olympics
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Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

The women's slalom was contested on Wednesday, 22 February. Janica Kostelić led in the slalom World Cup with 460 points, and was also defending World and Olympic champion, but she finished 0.15 seconds behind Marlies Schild for the 4th place. Anja Pärson got her first Olympic gold medal.

Results[edit]

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

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Anja Pärson  Sweden 42.38 46.66 1:29.04
2nd, silver medalist(s) Nicole Hosp  Austria 42.83 46.50 1:29.33 +0.29
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Marlies Schild  Austria 43.09 46.70 1:29.79 +0.75
4 Janica Kostelić  Croatia 43.07 46.87 1:29.94 +0.90
5 Michaela Kirchgasser  Austria 42.97 47.31 1:30.28 +1.24
6 Tanja Poutiainen  Finland 43.05 47.74 1:30.79 +1.75
7 Annemarie Gerg  Germany 43.37 47.52 1:30.89 +1.85
8 Chiara Costazza  Italy 44.15 46.93 1:31.08 +2.04
Therese Borssén  Sweden 43.21 47.87
10 Sarah Schleper  United States 43.61 47.77 1:31.38 +2.34
11 Florine de Leymarie  France 43.40 47.99 1:31.39 +2.35
12 Resi Stiegler  United States 44.15 47.33 1:31.48 +2.44
13 Šárka Záhrobská  Czech Republic 43.52 48.03 1:31.55 +2.51
14 Lindsey Kildow  United States 43.92 47.66 1:31.58 +2.54
15 Ana Jelušić  Croatia 43.42 48.36 1:31.78 +2.74
16 Monika Bergmann-Schmuderer  Germany 43.48 48.36 1:31.84 +2.80
17 Brigitte Acton  Canada 44.75 47.15 1:31.90 +2.86
18 Anna Ottosson  Sweden 44.09 47.99 1:32.08 +3.04
19 Manuela Mölgg  Italy 43.59 48.58 1:32.17 +3.13
20 Henna Raita  Finland 44.29 48.04 1:32.33 +3.29
21 Maria Pietilä-Holmner  Sweden 44.16 48.31 1:32.47 +3.43
22 Veronika Zuzulová  Slovakia 44.53 48.00 1:32.53 +3.49
23 Nika Fleiss  Croatia 44.31 48.30 1:32.61 +3.57
24 Annalisa Ceresa  Italy 44.55 48.22 1:32.77 +3.73
25 Ana Kobal  Slovenia 44.36 48.53 1:32.89 +3.85
26 Vanessa Vidal  France 44.49 48.48 1:32.97 +3.93
27 Mizue Hoshi  Japan 45.35 48.03 1:33.38 +4.34
28 Eva Kurfürstová  Czech Republic 45.03 48.44 1:33.47 +4.43
29 Noriyo Hiroi  Japan 44.74 48.85 1:33.59 +4.55
30 Katarzyna Karasińska  Poland 45.41 48.89 1:34.30 +5.26
31 Mojca Rataj  Bosnia and Herzegovina 45.34 49.03 1:34.37 +5.33
32 Jessica Walter  Liechtenstein 45.37 49.73 1:35.10 +6.06
33 Alexandra Coletti  Monaco 45.38 50.58 1:35.96 +6.92
34 Anne-Sophie Barthet  France 46.28 50.38 1:36.66 +7.62
35 Nicola Campbell  New Zealand 45.90 50.92 1:36.82 +7.78
36 Macarena Simari Birkner  Argentina 45.90 51.17 1:37.07 +8.03
37 María Belén Simari Birkner  Argentina 46.35 51.26 1:37.61 +8.57
38 Mami Sekizuka  Japan 47.22 50.50 1:37.72 +8.68
39 Chirine Njeim  Lebanon 47.24 51.90 1:39.14 +10.10
40 Erika McLeod  New Zealand 47.96 52.61 1:40.57 +11.53
41 Jae Eun Oh  South Korea 48.07 53.77 1:41.84 +12.80
42 Kirsten McGarry  Ireland 49.64 52.79 1:42.43 +13.39
43 Jelena Lolović  Serbia and Montenegro 46.44 56.36 1:42.80 +13.76
44 Tiiu Nurmberg  Estonia 48.77 54.21 1:42.98 +13.94
45 Yulia Siparenko  Ukraine 50.31 52.95 1:43.26 +14.22
46 Marija Trmčić  Serbia and Montenegro 49.47 53.99 1:43.46 +14.42
47 Vera Eremenko  Kazakhstan 50.73 55.27 1:46.00 +16.96
48 Ivana Ivcevska  Macedonia 52.40 57.73 1:50.13 +21.09
49 Réka Tuss  Hungary 53.76 57.83 1:51.59 +22.55
50 Jinzhi Dong  China 55.40 58.66 1:54.06 +25.02
51 Neha Ahuja  India 55.45 1:00.71 1:56.16 +27.12
Kristina Koznick  United States 45.72 DNS
Lucie Hrstková  Czech Republic 46.45 DNF
Maria Kirkova  Bulgaria 46.58 DNF
Martina Ertl-Renz  Germany DNF
Daniela Merighetti  Italy DNF
Petra Zakouřilová  Czech Republic DNF
Soňa Maculová  Slovakia DNF
Matea Ferk  Croatia DNF
Eva Hučková  Slovakia DNF
Duygu Ulusoy  Turkey DNF
Kathrin Zettel  Austria DSQ
Laure Pequegnot  France DSQ
Magdalini Kalomirou  Greece DSQ

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