Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Women's slalom

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Women's slalom
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
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alpine skiing
Venue Whistler Creekside
Whistler, British Columbia
 Canada
Date February 26
Competitors 87 from 47 nations
Winning time 1:42.89
Medalists
Gold medal    Germany
Silver medal    Austria
Bronze medal    Czech Republic
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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 women's slalom competition of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was held at Whistler Creekside in Whistler, British Columbia on February 26, 2010.[1]

The race was held in challenging weather conditions of fog, snow, and warm temperatures. Maria Riesch of Germany won her second gold medal of these Olympics. [2]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Difference
1st 5 Maria Riesch Germany 50.75 1 52.14 3 1:42.89 +0.00
2nd 7 Marlies Schild Austria 51.40 3 51.92 1 1:43.32 +0.43
3rd 1 Šárka Záhrobská Czech Republic 51.15 2 52.75 7 1:43.90 +1.01
4 9 Maria Pietilä Holmner Sweden 51.64 5 52.58 6 1:44.22 +1.33
5 6 Sandrine Aubert France 51.68 7 52.78 8 1:44.46 +1.57
6 3 Tanja Poutiainen Finland 51.67 6 53.26 16 1:44.93 +2.04
7 31 Elisabeth Görgl Austria 53.01 22 51.96 2 1:44.97 +2.08
8 18 Nicole Gius Italy 51.71 8 53.30 17 1:45.01 +2.12
9 14 Tina Maze Slovenia 52.28 14 52.81 9 1:45.09 +2.20
10 29 Veronika Zuzulová Slovakia 52.11 11 53.03 11 1:45.14 +2.25
11 16 Manuela Mölgg Italy 53.09 24 52.22 4 1:45.31 +2.42
12 8 Ana Jelušić Croatia 52.37 16 53.06 14 1:45.43 +2.54
13 4 Kathrin Zettel Austria 52.59 18 53.00 10 1:45.59 +2.70
14 11 Christina Geiger Germany 52.10 10 53.52 19 1:45.62 +2.73
15 15 Frida Hansdotter Sweden 52.50 17 53.17 15 1:45.67 +2.78
16 26 Sarah Schleper United States 51.83 9 54.05 28 1:45.88 +2.99
17 25 Brigitte Acton Canada 52.11 11 53.82 21 1:45.93 +3.04
18 30 Denise Karbon Italy 53.44 27 52.50 5 1:45.94 +3.05
19 23 Anna Goodman Canada 53.01 22 53.03 11 1:46.04 +3.15
20 37 Erin Mielzynski Canada 52.60 19 53.49 18 1:46.09 +3.20
21 17 Therese Borssén Sweden 52.97 21 53.74 20 1:46.71 +3.82
22 36 Marina Nigg Liechtenstein 53.78 30 53.05 13 1:46.83 +3.94
23 24 Maruša Ferk Slovenia 53.20 26 53.83 22 1:47.03 +4.14
24 43 Jana Gantnerová Slovakia 53.54 28 53.92 26 1:47.46 +4.57
25 27 Nika Fleiss Croatia 53.68 29 53.91 25 1:47.59 +4.70
26 38 Anne-Sophie Barthet France 53.82 31 54.01 27 1:47.83 +4.94
27 39 Karen Persyn Belgium 54.09 33 53.87 23 1:47.96 +5.07
28 49 Elena Prosteva Russia 54.20 34 54.14 30 1:48.34 +5.45
29 21 Nastasia Noens France 54.49 36 54.08 29 1:48.57 +5.68
30 32 Hailey Duke United States 54.02 32 54.67 31 1:48.69 +5.80
31 33 Marie-Michèle Gagnon Canada 55.64 42 53.87 23 1:49.51 +6.62
32 53 Nevena Ignjatović Serbia 55.27 41 55.21 33 1:50.48 +7.59
33 52 Lyaysan Rayanova Russia 55.13 40 55.69 35 1:50.82 +7.93
34 42 Matea Ferk Croatia 54.95 39 55.98 36 1:50.93 +8.04
35 44 Agnieszka Gąsienica-Daniel Poland 57.06 46 55.13 32 1:52.19 +9.30
36 50 Macarena Simari Birkner Argentina 56.84 44 55.51 34 1:52.35 +9.46
37 51 Bogdana Matsotska Ukraine 56.46 43 56.54 37 1:53.00 +10.11
38 64 Maria Shkanova Belarus 56.92 45 57.58 39 1:54.50 +11.61
39 47 Sofija Novoselić Croatia 58.17 48 56.74 38 1:54.91 +12.02
40 61 Žana Novaković Bosnia and Herzegovina 58.19 49 57.76 40 1:55.95 +13.06
41 70 Noelle Barahona Chile 58.74 50 59.08 41 1:57.82 +14.93
42 73 Tiiu Nurmberg Estonia 58.91 52 59.08 41 1:57.99 +15.10
43 68 Chirine Njeim Lebanon 58.97 53 59.23 43 1:58.20 +15.31
44 65 Zsófia Döme Hungary 58.74 50 59.58 44 1:58.32 +15.43
45 72 Anna Berecz Hungary 59.81 60 59.82 45 1:59.63 +16.74
46 58 Kim Sun-Joo South Korea 59.70 58 1:00.33 46 2:00.03 +17.14
47 66 Sophia Ralli Greece 59.32 55 1:01.09 48 2:00.41 +17.52
48 77 Maya Harrisson Brazil 1:01.18 64 1:00.49 47 2:01.67 +18.78
49 76 Liene Fimbauere Latvia 1:00.30 62 1:01.81 50 2:02.11 +19.22
50 79 Nino Tsiklauri Georgia 59.77 59 1:02.55 52 2:02.32 +19.43
51 80 Cynthia Denzler Colombia 1:01.14 63 1:01.25 49 2:02.39 +19.50
52 78 Yina Moe-Lange Denmark 1:02.75 66 1:01.95 51 2:04.70 +21.81
53 86 Sophia Papamichalopoulou Cyprus 1:02.47 65 1:02.71 53 2:05.18 +22.29
54 87 Jacky Chamoun Lebanon 1:09.41 69 1:08.62 54 2:18.03 +35.14
55 85 Marjan Kalhor Iran 1:08.65 68 1:09.95 55 2:18.60 +35.71
40 Jelena Lolović Serbia 1:05.67 67 DNS
19 Chiara Costazza Italy 53.18 25 DNF
13 Anja Pärson Sweden 52.93 20 DNF
22 Michaela Kirchgasser Austria 52.31 15 DNF
12 Fanny Chmelar Germany 52.12 13 DNF
2 Susanne Riesch Germany 51.46 4 DNF
34 Megan McJames United States 54.41 35 DNF
35 Mona Løseth Norway 54.53 37 DNF
46 Mireia Gutiérrez Andorra 54.81 38 DNF
55 Anastasiya Skryabina Ukraine 57.53 47 DNF
60 Maria Belen Simari Birkner Argentina 58.99 54 DNF
56 Maja Klepić Bosnia and Herzegovina 59.43 56 DNF
82 Ornella Oettl Reyes Peru 59.61 57 DNF
67 Lizaveta Kuzmenka Belarus 59.97 61 DNF
81 Xia Lina China 1:10.60 70 DNF
10 Lindsey Vonn United States DNF
20 Sanni Leinonen Finland DNF
28 Claire Dautherives France DNF
41 Ana Drev Slovenia DNF
45 Petra Zakouřilová Czech Republic DNF
48 Maria Kirkova Bulgaria DNF
54 Chemmy Alcott Great Britain DNF
57 Marija Trmčić Serbia DNF
59 Andrea Jardi Spain DNF
62 Íris Guðmundsdóttir Iceland DNF
63 Sofie Juarez Andorra DNF
71 Nicol Gastaldi Argentina DNF
74 Gaia Bassani Antivari Azerbaijan DNF
75 Tuğba Daşdemir Turkey DNF
83 Kseniya Grigoreva Uzbekistan DNF
69 Kirsten McGarry Ireland DSQ
84 Ani-Matilda Serebrakian Armenia DSQ

References[edit]

  1. ^ FIS-ski.com - 2010 Winter Olympics - results - women's slalom - 2010-02-26
  2. ^ Ski Racing.com - Olympics: Riesch gets SL gold; Schleper stumbles, Vonn Out - 2010-02-26

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