Alpine skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's super-G

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Men's super-G
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Alpine skiing pictogram
Venue Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort
Date 16 February
Competitors 63 from 28 nations
Winning time 1:18.14
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kjetil Jansrud  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Andrew Weibrecht  United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jan Hudec  Canada
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bode Miller  United States
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The men's super-G competition of the Sochi 2014 Olympics was held at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort, near Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.[1] Two bronze medals, one to Canada and one to the United States, were awarded for the third-place tie between Jan Hudec and Bode Miller.[2]

Results[edit]

The race was started at 10:00.[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 21 Kjetil Jansrud  Norway 1:18.14
2nd, silver medalist(s) 29 Andrew Weibrecht  United States 1:18.44 +0.30
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 22 Jan Hudec  Canada 1:18.67 +0.53
13 Bode Miller  United States
5 15 Otmar Striedinger  Austria 1:18.69 +0.55
6 14 Max Franz  Austria 1:18.74 +0.60
7 16 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 1:18.76 +0.62
8 8 Peter Fill  Italy 1:18.85 +0.71
9 34 Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic 1:19.11 +0.97
10 6 Morgan Pridy  Canada 1:19.19 +1.05
11 20 Adrien Théaux  France 1:19.35 +1.21
12 19 Patrick Küng  Switzerland 1:19.38 +1.24
13 24 Aleksander Aamodt Kilde  Norway 1:19.44 +1.30
14 9 Ted Ligety  United States 1:19.48 +1.34
15 2 Thomas Mermillod-Blondin  France 1:19.53 +1.39
16 27 Dominik Paris  Italy 1:19.70 +1.56
17 26 David Poisson  France 1:19.74 +1.60
11 Werner Heel  Italy
19 5 Johan Clarey  France 1:19.75 +1.61
3 Natko Zrnčić-Dim  Croatia
21 18 Georg Streitberger  Austria 1:19.77 +1.63
22 28 Carlo Janka  Switzerland 1:20.01 +1.87
23 25 Travis Ganong  United States 1:20.02 +1.88
24 30 Manuel Osborne-Paradis  Canada 1:20.19 +2.05
1 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia
26 33 Pavel Trikhichev  Russia 1:20.62 +2.48
27 7 Beat Feuz  Switzerland 1:20.65 +2.51
28 51 Adam Žampa  Slovakia 1:20.95 +2.81
29 32 Klemen Kosi  Slovenia 1:21.27 +3.13
30 37 Dmitriy Koshkin  Kazakhstan 1:21.50 +3.36
31 49 Stepan Zuev  Russia 1:21.54 +3.40
32 50 Henrik von Appen  Chile 1:21.88 +3.74
33 40 Martin Vráblík  Czech Republic 1:22.01 +3.87
34 42 Marc Oliveras  Andorra 1:22.02 +3.88
35 35 Olivier Jenot  Monaco 1:22.20 +4.06
36 61 Andreas Žampa  Slovakia 1:22.42 +4.28
37 52 Yuri Danilochkin  Belarus 1:22.45 +4.31
38 39 Maciej Bydliński  Poland 1:22.51 +4.37
39 57 Nikola Chongarov  Bulgaria 1:22.59 +4.45
40 44 Martin Khuber  Kazakhstan 1:22.60 +4.46
41 55 Georgi Georgiev  Bulgaria 1:22.72 +4.58
42 53 Matej Falat  Slovakia 1:22.81 +4.67
43 43 Martin Bendík  Slovakia 1:23.06 +4.92
44 48 Igor Zakurdayev  Kazakhstan 1:23.13 +4.99
45 56 Eugenio Claro  Chile 1:23.31 +5.17
46 46 Christoffer Faarup  Denmark 1:23.34 +5.20
47 38 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner  Argentina 1:23.36 +5.22
48 41 Marko Vukićević  Serbia 1:23.88 +5.74
49 54 Jorge Birkner Ketelhohn  Argentina 1:23.89 +5.75
50 63 Igor Laikert  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:24.20 +6.06
51 62 Kostas Sykaras  Greece 1:26.32 +8.18
52 58 Dmytro Mytsak  Ukraine 1:28.51 +10.37
53 4 Aleksandr Glebov  Russia DNF
53 10 Didier Défago  Switzerland DNF
53 12 Christof Innerhofer  Italy DNF
53 17 Matthias Mayer  Austria DNF
53 31 Paul de la Cuesta  Spain DNF
53 45 Georg Lindner  Moldova DNF
53 47 Arnaud Alessandria  Monaco DNF
53 60 Roberts Rode  Latvia DNF
54 23 Erik Guay  Canada DSQ
54 36 Ferran Terra  Spain DSQ
54 59 Massimiliano Valcareggi  Greece DSQ

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Competition Schedule". SOCOG. Retrieved 21 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Ng, Curtis (16 February 2014). "Jan Hudec bronze snaps Canadian alpine medal drought". CBC. Retrieved 16 February 2014. 
  3. ^ Final Results