Alpine skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's slalom

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Men's slalom
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
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Venue Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort
Krasnaya Polyana, Russia
Date 22 February 2014
Competitors 115 from 61 nations
Winning time 1:41.84
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Mario Matt  Austria
2nd, silver medalist(s) Marcel Hirscher  Austria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Henrik Kristoffersen  Norway
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Men's Slalom
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Location Rosa Khutor
Vertical    200 m (656 ft)
Top elevation 1,160 m (3,806 ft)  
Base elevation    960 m (3,150 ft)

The Men's slalom competition of the 2014 Winter Olympics at Sochi was held at Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort near Krasnaya Polyana, Russia, on Saturday, 22 February.[1]

The tenth and final alpine event of the Olympics, the two runs were held in spring-like conditions. The temperature at the starting gate for the first run exceeded 7 °C (45 °F) and 5 °C (41 °F) for the second run at night. Of the top eight times after the first run, five did not finish the second run (André Myhrer, Jean-Baptiste Grange, Ted Ligety, Felix Neureuther, and Alexis Pinturault), which spawned criticism of the course.[2] The second run was set by Ante Kostelić, known for idiosyncratic gate settings. He is the father of competitor Ivica Kostelić of Croatia, who finished ninth.[3][4][5]

Less than seven weeks shy of his 35th birthday, Mario Matt of Austria became the oldest gold medalist in Olympic alpine skiing history.[4][5] The silver went to defending World Cup champion Marcel Hirscher, and Henrik Kristoffersen became the youngest male to medal in an Olympic alpine event at age 19.[2]

Results[edit]

The first run was held at 16:45[6] and the second run at 20:15.[7]

Rank Bib Name Nation Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) 3 Mario Matt  Austria 46.70 1 55.14 6 1:41.84
2nd, silver medalist(s) 4 Marcel Hirscher  Austria 47.98 9 54.14 2 1:42.12 +0.28
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Henrik Kristoffersen  Norway 48.49 15 54.18 3 1:42.67 +0.83
4 17 Stefano Gross  Italy 47.45 3 55.27 7 1:42.72 +0.88
9 Fritz Dopfer  Germany 48.46 14 54.26 4
6 30 Adam Žampa  Slovakia 49.34 26 53.94 1 1:43.28 +1.44
7 14 Markus Larsson  Sweden 48.04 10 55.56 13 1:43.60 +1.76
2 Mattias Hargin  Sweden 47.45 3 56.15 16
9 27 Sebastian Foss Solevåg  Norway 49.08 25 55.03 5 1:44.11 +2.27
8 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia 48.75 21 55.36 8
11 25 Mitja Valenčič  Slovenia 48.32 11 55.82 15 1:44.14 +2.30
12 28 Leif Kristian Haugen  Norway 48.83 23 55.38 9 1:44.21 +2.37
13 31 Nolan Kasper  United States 48.70 18 55.52 10 1:44.22 +2.38
14 24 Aleksandr Khoroshilov  Russia 48.71 19 55.52 10 1:44.23 +2.39
15 34 Julien Lizeroux  France 48.69 17 55.63 14 1:44.32 +2.48
16 26 Michael Janyk  Canada 48.82 22 55.54 12 1:44.36 +2.52
17 35 David Ryding  Great Britain 49.40 27 56.51 17 1:45.91 +4.07
18 39 Dalibor Šamšal  Croatia 50.71 36 58.28 18 1:48.99 +7.15
19 37 Ramon Zenhaeusern  Switzerland 51.01 39 58.39 19 1:49.40 +7.56
20 38 Philip Brown  Canada 49.97 34 59.68 20 1:49.65 +7.81
21 69 Alexandru Barbu  Romania 52.82 44 59.84 21 1:52.66 +10.82
22 68 Iason Abramashvili  Georgia 52.59 43 1:00.78 23 1:53.37 +11.53
23 52 Michał Jasiczek  Poland 52.88 45 1:00.60 22 1:53.48 +11.64
24 71 Marco Pfiffner  Liechtenstein 53.46 47 1:02.02 26 1:55.48 +13.64
25 63 Adam Barwood  New Zealand 54.21 50 1:01.97 25 1:56.18 +14.34
26 75 Warren Cummings Smith  Estonia 55.08 54 1:02.20 27 1:57.28 +15.44
27 90 Mārtiņš Onskulis  Latvia 56.16 61 1:01.44 24 1:57.60 +15.76
28 51 Matej Vidović  Croatia 51.74 42 1:06.07 33 1:57.81 +15.97
29 84 Antonio Ristevski  Macedonia 55.38 56 1:03.06 28 1:58.44 +16.60
30 78 Mohammad Kiadarbandsari  Iran 55.09 55 1:03.78 29 1:58.87 +17.03
31 83 Hossein Saveh-Shemshaki  Iran 55.46 57 1:03.90 30 1:59.36 +17.52
32 80 Alex Puente Tasias  Spain 53.73 48 1:05.72 32 1:59.45 +17.61
33 53 Pavel Trikhichev  Russia 51.63 41 1:08.16 38 1:59.79 +17.95
34 91 Arman Serebrakian  Armenia 55.90 60 1:04.67 31 2:00.57 +18.73
35 95 Kostas Sykaras  Greece 57.83 64 1:06.25 34 2:04.08 +22.24
36 72 Brynjar Guðmundsson  Iceland 56.85 62 1:07.72 37 2:04.57 +22.73
37 100 Massimiliano Valcareggi  Greece 58.97 68 1:06.75 35 2:05.72 +23.88
38 106 Tarik Hadžić  Montenegro 1:00.95 71 1:06.99 36 2:07.94 +26.10
39 108 Artem Voronov  Uzbekistan 1:00.42 70 1:10.54 40 2:10.96 +29.12
40 107 Conor Lyne  Ireland 1:03.58 74 1:09.71 39 2:13.29 +31.45
41 110 Evgeniy Timofeev  Kyrgyzstan 1:02.47 73 1:12.96 41 2:15.43 +33.59
42 111 Alexandre Mohbat  Lebanon 1:03.77 75 1:18.02 42 2:21.79 +39.95
43 117 Yohan Goutt Goncalves  East Timor 1:09.01 77 1:21.88 43 2:30.89 +49.05
1 André Myhrer  Sweden 47.15 2 DNF N/A
12 Jean-Baptiste Grange  France 47.47 5 DNF N/A
16 Ted Ligety  United States 47.56 6 DNF N/A
7 Felix Neureuther  Germany 47.57 7 DNF N/A
10 Alexis Pinturault  France 47.78 8 DNF N/A
15 Manfred Mölgg  Italy 48.38 12 DNF N/A
22 Giuliano Razzoli  Italy 48.50 16 DNF N/A
19 Naoki Yuasa  Japan 48.74 20 DNF N/A
32 Akira Sasaki  Japan 49.54 28 DNF N/A
42 Trevor Philp  Canada 49.55 29 DNF N/A
36 Santeri Paloniemi  Finland 49.57 31 DNF N/A
40 Kryštof Krýzl  Czech Republic 49.63 32 DNF N/A
44 Justin Murisier  Switzerland 49.92 33 DNF N/A
46 Natko Zrnčić-Dim  Croatia 50.64 35 DNF N/A
41 Stefan Luitz  Germany 50.79 37 DNF N/A
47 Filip Trejbal  Czech Republic 50.80 38 DNF N/A
59 Nikola Chongarov  Bulgaria 51.12 40 DNF N/A
67 Sebastiano Gastaldi  Argentina 53.24 46 DNF N/A
58 Einar Kristgeirsson  Iceland 54.04 49 DNF N/A
87 Adam Lamhamedi  Morocco 54.47 51 DNF N/A
73 Igor Laikert  Bosnia and Herzegovina 54.68 52 DNF N/A
74 Mateusz Garniewicz  Poland 54.93 53 DNF N/A
94 Norbert Farkas  Hungary 55.68 58 DNF N/A
77 Olivier Jenot  Monaco 55.89 59 DNF N/A
93 Eugenio Claro  Chile 57.08 63 DNF N/A
109 Manfred Oettl Reyes  Peru 58.36 65 DNF N/A
92 Dominic Demschar  Australia 58.52 66 DNF N/A
82 Andreas Žampa  Slovakia 58.65 67 DNF N/A
114 Dow Travers  Cayman Islands 1:07.03 76 DNF N/A
29 Daniel Yule  Switzerland 48.38 12 DSQ N/A
23 Axel Bäck  Sweden 49.02 24 DSQ N/A
33 Brad Spence  Canada 49.55 29 DSQ N/A
97 Jhonatan Longhi  Brazil 59.24 69 DSQ N/A
102 Dmytro Mytsak  Ukraine 1:01.57 72 DSQ N/A
6 Patrick Thaler  Italy DNF N/A
11 Reinfried Herbst  Austria DNF N/A
13 Benjamin Raich  Austria DNF N/A
18 Steve Missillier  France DNF N/A
20 David Chodounsky  United States DNF N/A
21 Luca Aerni  Switzerland DNF N/A
43 Jung Dong-Hyun  South Korea DNF N/A
45 Sergei Maitakov  Russia DNF N/A
49 Kristaps Zvejnieks  Latvia DNF N/A
50 Stefan Prisadov  Bulgaria DNF N/A
54 Georgi Georgiev  Bulgaria DNF N/A
55 Žan Kranjec  Slovenia DNF N/A
56 Stepan Zuev  Russia DNF N/A
57 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner  Argentina DNF N/A
60 Kyung Sung-hyun  South Korea DNF N/A
61 Matej Falat  Slovakia DNF N/A
62 Ross Peraudo  Australia DNF N/A
64 Pol Carreras  Spain DNF N/A
65 Patrick Brachner  Azerbaijan DNF N/A
66 Klemen Kosi  Slovenia DNF N/A
70 Maciej Bydliński  Poland DNF N/A
76 Park Je-yun  South Korea DNF N/A
79 Emre Şimşek  Turkey DNF N/A
81 Martin Vráblík  Czech Republic DNF N/A
85 Jorge Birkner Ketelhohn  Argentina DNF N/A
86 Alex Beniaidze  Georgia DNF N/A
88 Marko Vukićević  Serbia DNF N/A
89 Marko Rudić  Bosnia and Herzegovina DNF N/A
96 Arthur Hanse  Portugal DNF N/A
98 Roberts Rode  Latvia DNF N/A
101 Yuri Danilochkin  Belarus DNF N/A
103 Zhang Yuxin  China DNF N/A
104 Rokas Zaveckas  Lithuania DNF N/A
105 Constantinos Papamichael  Cyprus DNF N/A
112 Luke Steyn  Zimbabwe DNF N/A
113 Hubertus Von Hohenlohe  Mexico DNF N/A
115 Alisher Qudratov  Tajikistan DNF N/A
116 Kanes Sucharitakul  Thailand DNF N/A
48 Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic DNS N/A
99 Erjon Tola  Albania DNS N/A

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Competition Schedule". SOCOG. Retrieved 21 December 2013. 
  2. ^ a b Fendrich, Howard (February 22, 2014). "Mario Matt wins slalom amid controversy over course setup". Canada.com. Associated Press. Retrieved February 25, 2014. 
  3. ^ Etchells, Tim (February 22, 2014). "Mario Matt holds on for gold, as Ligety blasts course". Ski Racing. Retrieved February 22, 2014. 
  4. ^ a b Pennington, Bill (February 22, 2014). "Slalom champion sets an age record". New York Times. Retrieved February 25, 2014. 
  5. ^ a b Moore, David Leon (February 22, 2014). "After fast start, Ted Ligety falls short in slalom". USA Today. Retrieved February 25, 2014. 
  6. ^ 1st Run Results
  7. ^ Final Results

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