Alpine skiing at the 2010 Winter Paralympics – Men's slalom

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Men's Slalom
at the X Paralympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Venue Whistler Blackcomb
Dates March 14
March 15
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 Slalom competition of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Paralympics was held at Whistler Blackcomb in Whistler, British Columbia. The competition was rescheduled to Sunday March 14 and Monday March 15 due to recent weather conditions.[1]

Visually Impaired[edit]

In the slalom visually impaired, the athlete with a visual impairement has a sighted guide.[2] The two skiers are considered a team, and dual medals are awarded.[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 12 Jakub Krako
Guide: Juraj Medera
 Slovakia 50.41 2 55.41 1 1:45.82
2nd, silver medalist(s) 10 Jon Santacana Maiztegui
Guide: Miguel Galindo Garces
 Spain 49.88 1 57.03 3 1:46.91 +1.09
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 7 Gianmaria dal Maistro
Guide: Tommaso Balasso
 Italy 50.74 3 57.58 4 1:48.32 +2.50
4 3 Miroslav Haraus
Guide: Martin Makovnik
 Slovakia 51.68 5 56.70 2 1:48.38 +2.56
5 4 Norbert Holik
Guide: Lubos Bosela
 Slovakia 51.21 4 58.89 6 1:50.10 +4.28
6 14 Chris Williamson
Guide: Nick Brush
 Canada 52.93 8 58.19 5 1:51.12 +5.30
7 6 Andres Boira Diaz
Guide: Aleix Sune Segala
 Spain 54.17 11 1:00.61 7 1:54.78 +8.96
8 13 Maciej Krezel
Guide: Anna Ogarzynska
 Poland 55.16 12 1:01.65 9 1:56.81 +10.99
9 2 Gerd Gradwohl
Guide: Karl-Heinz Vachenauer
 Germany 55.70 14 1:01.56 8 1:57.26 +11.44
10 15 Michal Beladic
Guide: Martin Pavlak
 Slovakia 56.56 15 1:03.09 10 1:59.65 +13.83
11 11 Mark Bathum
Guide: Slater Storey
 United States 53.04 9 1:17.41 11 2:10.45 +24.63
9 Valery Redkozubov
Guide: Viacheslav Molodtsov
 Russia 55.22 13 DNF
8 Ivan Frantsev
Guide: Valentina Morozova
 Russia 54.04 10 DNF
17 Nicolas Berejny
Guide: Sophie Troc
 France 52.20 7 DNF
5 Radomir Dudas
Guide: Maros Hudik
 Slovakia 1:00.35 16 DNF
1 Gabriel Gorce Yepes
Guide: Felix Aznar Ruiz de Alegria
 Spain 52.10 6 DSQ
16 Christoph Prettner
Guide: Kurt Wastian
 Austria DSQ
18 Anthony Chalencon
Guide: Celine Dole
 France DSQ
19 Alexander Fedoruk
Guide: Vadim Makarov
 Russia DSQ

Sitting[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 15 Martin Braxenthaler  Germany 48.96 2 48.4 1 1:41.63
2nd, silver medalist(s) 8 Josh Dueck  Canada 49.59 4 53.7 3 1:46.29 +4.66
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 10 Philipp Bonadimann  Austria 49.39 3 53.5 2 1:46.34 +4.71
4 9 Andreas Kapfinger  Austria 50.56 7 57.3 4 1:48.46 +6.83
5 5 Reinhold Sampl  Austria 51.16 9 59.5 10 1:50.02 +8.39
6 17 Akira Kano  Japan 52.83 13 1:02.9 13 1:52.31 +10.68
7 1 Taiki Morii  Japan 53.82 16 58.7 5 1:52.55 +10.92
8 7 Sean Rose  Great Britain 53.69 15 1:05.2 20 1:52.74 +11.11
9 23 Carl Burnett  United States 53.99 18 59.3 7 1:53.27 +11.64
10 12 Tyler Walker  United States 53.24 14 1:04.4 17 1:53.34 +11.71
11 34 Sang-Min Han  South Korea 52.58 12 1:04.0 15 1:53.60 +11.97
12 4 Thomas Nolte  Germany 56.06 22 58.9 6 1:55.00 +13.37
13 2 Dietmar Dorn  Austria 56.73 23 59.3 8 1:56.06 +14.43
14 22 Mitsufumi Yamamoto  Japan 55.26 20 1:00.9 12 1:56.17 +14.54
15 11 Takeshi Suzuki  Japan 50.21 6 1:04.3 16 1:56.19 +14.56
16 6 Gerald Hayden  United States 50.61 8 1:06.4 21 1:57.04 +15.41
17 20 Shannon Dallas  Australia 56.86 24 1:00.8 11 1:57.65 +16.02
18 25 Akira Taniguchi  Japan 52.24 11 1:08.2 23 1:57.89 +16.26
19 18 Hans Pleisch  Switzerland 55.52 21 1:03.0 14 1:58.56 +16.93
20 30 Timothy Farr  Great Britain 58.62 28 1:04.7 18 2:03.28 +21.65
21 33 Dino Sokolovic  Croatia 58.58 27 1:04.9 19 2:03.44 + 21.81
22 27 Peter Williams  New Zealand 57.38 25 1:08.2 22 2:05.55 +23.92
23 29 Oldrich Jelinek  Czech Republic 1:01.07 31 1:08.6 24 2:09.65 +28.02
24 16 Yohann Taberlet  France 1:10.83 37 59.4 9 2:10.26 +28.63
25 31 Jasmin Bambur  Serbia 53.92 17 1:19.1 31 2:13.03 +31.40
26 39 Nicolas Loussalez-Artets  France 1:00.03 30 1:14.4 28 2:14.45 +32.82
27 35 Rafal Szumiec  Poland 1:05.30 33 1:09.9 25 2:15.20 +33.57
28 37 Radim Kozlovsky  Czech Republic 1:04.03 32 1:11.4 26 2:15.44 +33.81
29 41 Gal Jakic  Slovenia 1:08.70 35 1:14.2 27 2:22.88 +41.25
30 38 Simon Jacobsen  Sweden 1:09.56 36 1:16.2 30 2:25.73 +44.10
31 43 Talan Skeels-Piggins  Great Britain 1:13.66 38 1:16.0 29 2:29.65 +48.02
32 36 Enrico Giorge  Italy 1:08.22 34 1:22.0 32 2:30.24 +48.61
33 44 Arly Velasquez Penaloza  Mexico 1:41.84 40 1:35.6 33 3:17.41 +1:35.78
34 48 Tomas del Villar  Chile 1:43.10 41 2:23.2 35 4:06.25 +2:24.62
35 45 Juan Ruiz Hernandez  Mexico 2:07.22 42 2:06.5 34 4:13.67 +2:32.04
14 Jürgen Egle  Austria 47.57 1 DNF
13 Jean-Yves le Meur  France 49.71 5 DNF
3 Cyril More  France 51.84 10 DNF
19 Christopher Devlin-Young  United States 54.05 19 DNF
26 Franz Hanfstingl  Germany 58.80 29 DNF
49 Xavi Fernandez Vazquez  Andorra 1:17.08 39 DNF
32 Jong-Seork Park  South Korea 57.54 26 DSQ
21 Heath Calhoun  United States DNF
28 Christoph Kunz  Switzerland DNF
40 Russell Docker  Great Britain DNF
42 Hwan-Kyung Lee  South Korea DNF
24 Jaroslaw Rola  Poland DSQ
46 Juan Ignacio Maggi  Argentina DNS
47 Leonardo Martinez  Argentina DNS

Standing[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 7 Adam Hall  New Zealand 50.95 1 54.45 6 1:45.40
2nd, silver medalist(s) 10 Gerd Schönfelder  Germany 53.37 4 52.60 1 1:45.97 +0.57
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 13 Cameron Rahles-Rahbula  Australia 53.08 2 54.61 8 1:47.69 +2.29
4 3 Robert Meusburger  Austria 53.19 3 54.56 7 1:47.75 +2.35
5 4 Vincent Gauthier-Manuel  France 54.01 5 53.78 2 1:47.79 +2.39
6 14 Lionel Brun  France 54.40 7 53.95 3 1:48.35 +2.95
7 8 Thomas Pfyl  Switzerland 54.06 6 54.32 5 1:48.38 +2.98
8 11 Monte Meier  United States 55.31 10 53.98 4 1:49.29 +3.89
9 20 Bradley Washburn  United States 54.82 8 54.79 10 1:49.61 +4.21
10 1 Alexandr Alyabyev  Russia 55.02 9 55.70 16 1:50.72 +5.32
11 2 Toby Kane  Australia 56.28 13 54.70 9 1:50.98 +5.58
12 18 Martin Falch  Austria 55.63 11 55.51 15 1:51.14 +5.74
13 5 Michael Brugger  Switzerland 55.73 12 55.46 14 1:51.19 +5.79
14 16 Stanislav Loska  Czech Republic 56.68 14 54.99 11 1:51.67 +6.27
15 9 Cedric Amafroi-Broisat  France 56.90 16 55.06 12 1:51.96 +6.56
16 17 Romain Riboud  France 56.68 14 55.43 13 1:52.11 +6.71
17 24 Andreas Preiß  Austria 57.28 18 55.79 17 1:53.07 +7.67
18 19 Gakuta Koike  Japan 57.40 19 55.83 18 1:53.23 +7.83
19 42 Martin Cupka  Slovakia 57.55 20 56.63 21 1:54.18 +8.78
20 23 Markus Salcher  Austria 57.90 21 56.49 20 1:54.39 +8.99
21 33 Kevin Wermeester  Germany 58.92 26 56.15 19 1:55.07 +9.67
22 26 Ralph Green  United States 58.11 22 58.67 24 1:56.78 +11.38
23 29 John Whitney  United States 59.61 27 57.68 22 1:57.29 +11.89
24 27 Martin France  Slovakia 58.59 24 59.02 25 1:57.61 +12.21
25 37 Kirk Schornstein  Canada 58.40 23 59.61 27 1:58.01 +12.61
26 21 Andrzej Szczesny  Poland 58.84 25 59.50 26 1:58.34 +12.94
27 30 Mitchell Gourley  Australia 1:00.92 29 58.08 23 1:59.00 +13.60
28 36 Hanjörg Lantschner  Italy 1:00.30 28 59.69 28 1:59.99 +14.59
29 32 Shinji Inoue  Japan 1:01.09 31 59.96 29 2:01.05 +15.65
30 34 Micha Josi  Switzerland 1:01.07 30 1:01.49 30 2:02.56 +17.16
31 15 Matt Hallat  Canada 57.19 17 1:07.01 34 2:04.20 +18.80
32 39 David Warner  South Africa 1:04.44 36 1:01.81 31 2:06.25 +20.85
33 40 Michal Klos  Poland 1:02.83 33 1:05.42 33 2:08.25 +22.85
34 45 Sadegh Kalhor  Iran 1:03.43 34 1:05.02 32 2:08.45 +23.05
35 25 Laurent Caul-Futy  France 1:01.71 32 1:08.13 35 2:09.84 +24.44
36 50 Mher Avanesyan  Armenia 1:09.74 37 1:09.79 36 2:19.53 +34.13
37 47 Mario Dadic  Croatia 1:12.67 39 1:15.46 37 2:28.13 +42.73
38 44 Ievgen Kravitz  Ukraine 1:22.84 40 1:30.97 39 2:53.81 +1:08.41
39 48 Nijaz Memic  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:29.23 41 1:26.81 38 2:56.04 +1:10.64
40 46 Ioannis Papavasileiou  Greece 1:30.83 42 1:39.15 40 3:09.98 +1:24.58
35 Zlatko Pesjak  Croatia 1:03.47 35 DNF
38 Nicholas Watts  Australia 1:10.80 38 DNF
6 Hiraku Misawa  Japan DNF
12 Hubert Mandl  Austria DNF
43 Balazs Koleszar  Hungary DNF
22 Marty Mayberry  Australia DSQ
41 George Sansonetis  United States DSQ
49 Jorge Migueles  Chile DSQ
28 Jeff Dickson  Canada DNS
31 Luca Carrara  Italy DNS

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alpine Skiing Schedule and Results". The official website of the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver. Archived from the original on March 13, 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-13. 
  2. ^ AS Results Book (PG), The Official site for the 2010 Winter Paralympics
  3. ^ Visually impaired skiers put fate in guide's hands, thestar.com, March 13, 2010

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