Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Paralympics – Men's Super-G

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Men's Super-G
at the X Paralympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Venue Whistler Blackcomb
Dates March 19
March 20
2006
2014
Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Paralympics
Alpine skiing - Paralympic pictogram.svg
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 Paralympics is held at Whistler Blackcomb in Whistler, British Columbia. The competition has been rescheduled to Friday March 19 and Saturday March 20 due to recent weather conditions.

Visually Impaired[edit]

In the Super-G visually impaired, the athlete with a visual impairement has a sighted guide.[1] The two skiers are considered a team, and dual medals are awarded.[2]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 9 Nicolas Berejny
Guide: Sophie Troc
 France 1:21.55
2nd, silver medalist(s) 7 Jakub Krako
Guide: Juraj Medera
 Slovakia 1:21.71 +0.16
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Miroslav Haraus[3]
Guide: Martin Makovnik
 Slovakia 1:22.75 +1.20
4 13 Mark Bathum
Guide: Slater Storey
 United States 1:23.05 +1.50
5 10 Jon Santacana Maiztegui
Guide: Miguel Galindo Garces
 Spain 1:23.21 +1.66
6 6 Chris Williamson
Guide: Nick Brush
 Canada 1:23.74 +2.19
7 8 Gianmaria dal Maistro
Guide: Tommaso Balasso
 Italy 1:24.84 +3.29
8 11 Radomir Dudas
Guide: Maros Hudik
 Slovakia 1:25.76 +4.21
9 5 Christoph Prettner
Guide: Kurt Wastian
 Austria 1:26.58 +5.03
10 4 Norbert Holik
Guide: Lubos Bosela
 Slovakia 1:28.27 +6.72
11 15 Gerd Gradwohl
Guide: Karl-Heinz Vachenauer
 Germany 1:28.39 +6.84
12 2 Michal Beladic
Guide: Martin Pavlak
 Slovakia 1:28.46 +6.91
13 12 Ivan Frantsev
Guide: Valentina Morozova
 Russia 1:29.50 +7.95
14 14 Gabriel Gorce Yepes
Guide: Felix Aznar Ruiz de Alegria
 Spain 1:35.40 +13.85
15 1 Andrea Boira Diaz
Guide: Aleix Sune Segala
 Spain 1:36.71 +15.16

Sitting[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 12 Akira Kano  Japan 1:19.98
2nd, silver medalist(s) 8 Martin Braxenthaler  Germany 1:20.63 +0.65
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 6 Taiki Morii  Japan 1:20.98 +1.00
4 7 Christopher Devlin-Young  United States 1:21.00 +1.02
5 14 Takeshi Suzuki  Japan 1:22.28 +2.30
6 9 Robert Frohle  Austria 1:24.00 +4.02
7 19 Reinhold Sampl  Austria 1:24.05 +4.07
8 21 Heath Calhoun  United States 1:24.77 +4.79
9 5 Yohann Taberlet  France 1:24.79 +4.81
10 20 Dietmar Dorn  Austria 1:24.94 +4.96
11 10 Shannon Dallas  Australia 1:25.21 +5.23
12 1 Philipp Bonadimann  Austria 1:25.49 +5.51
13 2 Josh Dueck  Canada 1:25.66 +5.68
14 11 Thomas Nolte  Germany 1:25.80 +5.82
15 24 Sang-Min Han  South Korea 1:26.42 +6.44
16 3 Jong-Seork Park  South Korea 1:26.48 +6.50
17 31 Franz Hanfstingl  Germany 1:27.53 +7.55
18 29 Akira Taniguchi  Japan 1:27.79 +7.81
19 16 Jürgen Egle  Austria 1:28.41 +8.43
20 38 Jasmin Bambur  Serbia 1:28.82 +8.84
21 30 Kenji Natsume  Japan 1:29.07 +9.09
22 13 Tyler Walker  United States 1:29.28 +9.30
23 28 Kees-Jan van der Klooster  Netherlands 1:31.95 +11.97
24 37 Oldrich Jelinek  Czech Republic 1:34.62 +14.64
25 33 Talan Skeels-Piggins  Great Britain 1:37.62 +17.64
26 26 Luca Maraffio  Italy 1:38.72 +18.74
27 39 Enrico Giorge  Italy 1:38.83 +18.85
28 32 Radim Kozlovsky  Czech Republic 1:39.02 +19.04
29 23 Russell Docker  Great Britain 1:44.07 +24.09
40 Sam Carter Danniels  Australia DNS
4 Christoph Kunz  Switzerland DNF
18 Sean Rose  Great Britain DNF
22 Nicolas Loussalez-Artets  France DNF
27 Carl Burnett  United States DNF
34 Michael Stampfer  Italy DNF
35 Nicholas Catanzarite  United States DNF
36 Petter Ledin  Sweden DNF
15 Hans Pleisch  Switzerland DSQ
17 Cyril More  France DSQ
25 Jean-Yves le Meur  France DSQ

Standing[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 7 Gerd Schönfelder  Germany 1:20.11
2nd, silver medalist(s) 1 Vincent Gauthier-Manuel  France 1:21.24 +1.13
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 9 Hubert Mandl  Austria 1:21.97 +1.86
4 5 Lionel Brun  France 1:22.42 +2.31
5 8 Cameron Rahles-Rahbula  Australia 1:22.65 +2.54
6 6 Michael Brugger  Switzerland 1:23.00 +2.89
7 11 Adam Hall  New Zealand 1:23.34 +3.23
8 14 Markus Salcher  Austria 1:23.68 +3.57
9 31 Gakuta Koike  Japan 1:25.29 +5.18
10 29 Mitchell Gourley  Australia 1:25.38 +5.27
11 10 Martin France  Slovakia 1:26.29 +6.18
12 28 Martin Cupka  Slovakia 1:26.50 +6.39
13 32 Stanislav Loska  Czech Republic 1:27.21 +7.10
14 12 Cedric Amafroi-Broisat  France 1:27.44 +7.33
15 34 Shinji Inoue  Japan 1:27.62 +7.51
16 21 Jeff Dickson  Canada 1:27.83 +7.72
17 19 Bradley Washburn  United States 1:27.93 +7.82
18 36 Matt Hallat  Canada 1:28.16 +8.05
19 26 Christian Lanthaler  Italy 1:28.64 +8.53
20 35 Morgan Perrin  Canada 1:29.15 +9.04
21 27 Micha Josi  Switzerland 1:29.66 +9.55
22 18 Alexandr Alyabyev  Russia 1:29.76 +9.65
23 13 Kevin Wermeester  Germany 1:29.95 +9.84
24 16 Marty Mayberry  Australia 1:30.50 +10.39
25 33 Bernhard Habersatter  Austria 1:30.58 +10.47
26 38 Kirk Schornstein  Canada 1:31.65 +11.54
27 24 Monte Meier  United States 1:31.91 +11.80
28 30 John Whitney  United States 1:32.97 +12.86
29 23 Laurent Caul-Futy  France 1:34.15 +14.04
30 37 Andrzej Szczesny  Poland 1:35.12 +15.01
31 22 George Sansonetis  United States 1:35.74 +15.73
32 40 Bruce Warner  South Africa 1:38.52 +18.51
33 25 Nicholas Watts  Australia 1:47.84 +27.83
2 Thomas Pfyl  Switzerland DNF
3 Romain Riboud  France DNF
4 Robert Meusburger  Austria DNF
15 Toby Kane  Australia DNF
20 Hiraku Misawa  Japan DNF
17 Manfred Auer  Austria DSQ
39 Ralph Green  United States DSQ

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