Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Men's super-G

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Men's super-G
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
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Pictogram for alpine skiing
Venue Whistler Creekside
Date February 19
Competitors 64 from 28 nations
Winning time 1:30.34
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Bode Miller  United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Andrew Weibrecht  United States
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Alpine skiing at the
2010 Winter Olympics

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Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

The men's super-G competition of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was held at Whistler Creekside in Whistler, British Columbia, on February 19, 2010.

The course was labelled as technically difficult, and 18 skiers did not finish the race. Swedish skier Patrik Järbyn crashed badly during the race, flying in the air and landing heavily on his back. He suffered a concussion and was transferred to hospital.[1]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 19 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 1:30.34
2nd, silver medalist(s) 11 Bode Miller  United States 1:30.62 +0.28
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Andrew Weibrecht  United States 1:30.65 +0.31
4 18 Werner Heel  Italy 1:30.67 +0.33
5 20 Erik Guay  Canada 1:30.68 +0.34
6 13 Christof Innerhofer  Italy 1:30.73 +0.39
7 9 Patrick Staudacher  Italy 1:30.74 +0.40
8 15 Carlo Janka  Switzerland 1:30.83 +0.49
9 14 Tobias Grünenfelder  Switzerland 1:30.90 +0.56
10 16 Didier Cuche  Switzerland 1:31.06 +0.72
11 6 Aleš Gorza  Slovenia 1:31.07 +0.73
12 1 Kjetil Jansrud  Norway 1:31.21 +0.87
13 7 Adrien Théaux  France 1:31.24 +0.90
14 17 Benjamin Raich  Austria 1:31.35 +1.01
15 22 Didier Défago  Switzerland 1:31.43 +1.09
16 23 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia 1:31.47 +1.13
17 24 Georg Streitberger  Austria 1:31.49 +1.15
18 28 Andrej Šporn  Slovenia 1:31.58 +1.24
19 8 Ted Ligety  United States 1:31.70 +1.36
20 10 Mario Scheiber  Austria 1:31.93 +1.59
21 21 Michael Walchhofer  Austria 1:32.00 +1.66
22 36 Guillermo Fayed  France 1:32.03 +1.69
23 26 Marco Sullivan  United States 1:32.09 +1.75
32 Jan Hudec  Canada
25 39 Lars Elton Myhre  Norway 1:32.36 +2.02
26 43 Ivan Ratkić  Croatia 1:32.67 +2.33
27 42 Ferran Terra  Spain 1:32.75 +2.41
28 53 Aleksandr Khoroshilov  Russia 1:32.84 +2.50
29 40 Craig Branch  Australia 1:32.89 +2.55
30 34 Jono Brauer  Australia 1:32.92 +2.58
31 5 Gauthier de Tessieres  France 1:33.17 +2.83
32 33 Edward Drake  Great Britain 1:33.20 +2.86
33 57 Roger Vidosa  Andorra 1:33.65 +3.31
34 31 Petr Záhrobský  Czech Republic 1:33.83 +3.49
35 52 Paul de la Cuesta  Spain 1:34.03 +3.69
36 50 Stepan Zuev  Russia 1:34.13 +3.79
37 51 Jaroslav Babušiak  Slovakia 1:35.25 +4.91
38 45 Tim Cafe  New Zealand 1:35.55 +5.21
39 64 Kevin Esteve Rigail  Andorra 1:35.67 +5.33
40 48 Johnny Albertsen  Denmark 1:35.69 +5.35
41 58 Stefan Georgiev  Bulgaria 1:36.32 +5.98
42 44 Maui Gayme  Chile 1:36.56 +6.22
43 60 Igor Zakurdaev  Kazakhstan 1:36.97 +6.63
44 59 Andrei Drygin  Tajikistan 1:38.03 +7.69
45 62 Stefan Jon Sigurgeirsson  Iceland 1:39.12 +8.78
49 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner  Argentina DNS
2 Stephan Keppler  Germany DNF
12 Manuel Osborne-Paradis  Canada DNF
25 Andrej Jerman  Slovenia DNF
27 Robbie Dixon  Canada DNF
29 Patrik Järbyn  Sweden DNF
30 Marco Büchel  Liechtenstein DNF
37 Natko Zrnčić-Dim  Croatia DNF
38 Hans Olsson  Sweden DNF
41 David Poisson  France DNF
46 Andreas Romar  Finland DNF
47 Benjamin Griffin  New Zealand DNF
54 Truls Ove Karlsen  Norway DNF
55 Sergei Maitakov  Russia DNF
61 Jorge Mandrú  Chile DNF
63 Arni Thorvaldsson  Iceland DNF
4 Peter Fill  Italy DSQ
35 Andrej Križaj  Slovenia DSQ
56 Martin Vráblík  Czech Republic DSQ

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