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

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Women's combined
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
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Alpine skiing
Venue Whistler Creekside
Whistler, British Columbia
 Canada
Date February 18
Competitors 35 from 19 nations
Winning time 2:09.14
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Maria Riesch  Germany
2nd, silver medalist(s) Julia Mancuso  United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Anja Pärson  Sweden
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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 super combined medalists

The women's super combined competition of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was held at Whistler Creekside in Whistler, British Columbia, on February 18, 2010. The competition was originally scheduled to be held on February 14, 2010, but was postponed due to bad weather, which delayed previous events.

One major change in this event for the 2010 Olympics was the switch from a traditional dedicated "combined" (K), taking place over one or two days and involving a downhill run and two slalom runs (as the combined had been since its reintroduction to the Olympics in 1988), to a one-day "super combined" (SC), consisting of a downhill run in the morning and one slalom run in the afternoon.[1]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Name Nation Downhill Rank Slalom Rank Total Differential
1st, gold medalist(s) 19 Maria Riesch  Germany 1:24.49 2 44.65 7 2:09.14
2nd, silver medalist(s) 3 Julia Mancuso  United States 1:24.96 3 45.12 9 2:10.08 +0.94
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 21 Anja Pärson  Sweden 1:25.57 7 44.62 6 2:10.19 +1.05
4 20 Kathrin Zettel  Austria 1:26.01 11 44.49 4 2:10.50 +1.36
5 4 Tina Maze  Slovenia 1:25.97 10 44.56 5 2:10.53 +1.39
6 22 Fabienne Suter  Switzerland 1:25.29 4 45.56 11 2:10.85 +1.71
7 12 Šárka Záhrobská  Czech Republic 1:27.33 22 43.69 1 2:11.02 +1.88
8 8 Johanna Schnarf  Italy 1:25.72 9 45.57 12 2:11.29 +2.15
9 17 Michaela Kirchgasser  Austria 1:27.09 19 44.26 2 2:11.35 +2.21
10 9 Marie Marchand-Arvier  France 1:25.41 5 46.41 18 2:11.82 +2.68
11 13 Chemmy Alcott  Great Britain 1:27.06 18 45.45 10 2:12.51 +3.37
12 26 Shona Rubens  Canada 1:26.90 17 45.68 13 2:12.58 +3.44
13 27 Mona Løseth  Norway 1:27.72 24 44.96 8 2:12.68 +3.54
14 11 Emily Brydon  Canada 1:26.49 15 46.27 17 2:12.76 +3.62
15 14 Maruša Ferk  Slovenia 1:26.15 12 46.83 22 2:12.98 +3.84
16 15 Anna Fenninger  Austria 1:27.19 20 46.08 16 2:13.27 +4.13
17 25 Kaylin Richardson  United States 1:27.64 23 45.76 14 2:13.40 +4.26
18 16 Elisabeth Görgl  Austria 1:25.60 8 47.98 25 2:13.58 +4.44
19 2 Alexandra Coletti  Monaco 1:26.74 16 47.07 23 2:13.81 +4.67
20 30 Sandrine Aubert  France 1:29.50 26 44.46 3 2:13.96 +4.82
21 28 Leanne Smith  United States 1:27.27 21 46.70 20 2:13.97 +4.83
22 29 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby  Sweden 1:26.47 14 47.69 24 2:14.16 +5.02
23 23 Andrea Dettling  Switzerland 1:26.28 13 48.16 26 2:14.44 +5.30
24 24 Mireia Gutiérrez  Andorra 1:29.16 25 46.51 19 2:15.67 +6.53
25 5 Agnieszka Gąsienica-Daniel  Poland 1:30.28 29 45.96 15 2:16.24 +7.10
26 34 Macarena Simari Birkner  Argentina 1:29.56 27 46.81 21 2:16.37 +7.23
27 32 Anna Berecz  Hungary 1:33.47 30 49.50 27 2:22.97 +13.83
28 35 Noelle Barahona  Chile 1:34.05 31 50.20 28 2:24.25 +15.11
18 Lindsey Vonn  United States 1:24.16 1 DNF
10 Gina Stechert  Germany 1:25.44 6 DNF
31 Maria Belen Simari Birkner  Argentina 1:30.19 28 DNF
1 Nadja Kamer  Switzerland DNF
6 Elena Prosteva  Russia DNF
7 Daniela Merighetti  Italy DNF
33 Georgia Simmerling  Canada DNS

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