Alpine skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's giant slalom

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Women's giant slalom
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Venue Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort
Krasnaya Polyana, Russia
Date 18 February 2014
Competitors 90 from 48 nations
Winning time 2:36.87
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Tina Maze  Slovenia
2nd, silver medalist(s) Anna Fenninger  Austria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Viktoria Rebensburg  Germany
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The Women's giant slalom competition of the Sochi 2014 Olympics was held at the Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort near Krasnaya Polyana, Russia, on Tuesday, 18 February.[1]

The race was won by Tina Maze of Slovenia, who won silver in 2010 at Vancouver. This was her second Olympic gold in Sochi, following the gold in downhill, and fourth career Olympic medal.[2] The silver was won by Anna Fenninger of Austria, and the defending Olympic champion, Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany, was third.[3] Elisabeth Görgl, who won bronze in Vancouver, finished 11th. Among other competitors, some media attention was directed at Vanessa-Mae of Thailand, the last of the finishers. The London-raised pop violinist was over fifty seconds behind Maze.[4]

Both runs were moved up 90 minutes the day prior in anticipation of deteriorating weather. The starting gate at 1,365 m (4,478 ft) had a varying snow/rain mix with temperatures right around freezing – 0 °C (32 °F) – with rain at the finish and a vertical drop of 400 m (1,312 ft).[3] Maze was first out of the gate and posted the best morning time on the clean course. Mid-course fog briefly delayed the start of the afternoon session as the mix changed to snow at the start. Last on the course, Maze posted the 11th best time in the second run to hold on for the gold, just 0.07 seconds ahead of Fenninger.[2][3]

Results[edit]

The first run was started at 09:30 and the second run at 13:00.[3]

Rank Bib Name Nation Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) 1 Tina Maze  Slovenia 1:17.88 1 1:18.99 11 2:36.87
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5 Anna Fenninger  Austria 1:18.73 4 1:18.21 3 2:36.94 +0.07
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 7 Viktoria Rebensburg  Germany 1:19.24 6 1:17.90 1 2:37.14 +0.27
4 10 Nadia Fanchini  Italy 1:18.53 3 1:18.72 7 2:37.25 +0.38
5 6 Mikaela Shiffrin  United States 1:18.79 5 1:18.58 6 2:37.37 +0.50
6 9 Maria Pietilä-Holmner  Sweden 1:19.45 7 1:18.37 5 2:37.82 +0.95
7 2 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby  Sweden 1:18.40 2 1:19.62 20 2:38.02 +1.15
8 12 Anémone Marmottan  France 1:19.69 9 1:18.79 9 2:38.48 +1.61
9 4 Lara Gut  Switzerland 1:20.54 16 1:18.10 2 2:38.64 +1.77
10 14 Dominique Gisin  Switzerland 1:19.99 11 1:19.59 19 2:39.58 +2.71
11 18 Elisabeth Görgl  Austria 1:19.84 10 1:19.80 22 2:39.64 +2.77
12 22 Michaela Kirchgasser  Austria 1:20.39 13 1:19.42 15 2:39.81 +2.94
13 16 Frida Hansdotter  Sweden 1:20.51 15 1:19.34 14 2:39.85 +2.98
14 24 Anne-Sophie Barthet  France 1:20.71 17 1:19.17 12 2:39.88 +3.01
19 Tanja Poutiainen  Finland 1:20.12 12 1:19.76 21
16 23 Francesca Marsaglia  Italy 1:21.63 26 1:18.29 4 2:39.92 +3.05
17 20 Nina Løseth  Norway 1:20.78 18 1:19.18 13 2:39.96 +3.09
18 25 Kajsa Kling  Sweden 1:20.47 14 1:19.83 23 2:40.30 +3.43
19 3 Kathrin Zettel  Austria 1:21.60 25 1:18.73 8 2:40.33 +3.46
20 32 Katarina Lavtar  Slovenia 1:21.22 19 1:19.42 15 2:40.64 +3.77
21 36 Erin Mielzynski  Canada 1:21.25 20 1:19.44 18 2:40.69 +3.82
22 28 Adeline Baud  France 1:21.49 22 1:19.42 15 2:40.91 +4.04
23 30 Lotte Smiseth Sejersted  Norway 1:22.49 30 1:18.96 10 2:41.45 +4.58
24 42 Petra Vlhová  Slovakia 1:21.86 27 1:19.83 23 2:41.69 +4.82
25 38 Barbara Wirth  Germany 1:21.35 21 1:20.38 27 2:41.73 +4.86
26 35 Fabienne Suter  Switzerland 1:22.07 28 1:19.99 25 2:42.06 +5.19
27 29 Mona Løseth  Norway 1:21.50 23 1:20.62 28 2:42.12 +5.25
28 43 Nevena Ignjatović  Serbia 1:22.14 29 1:20.32 26 2:42.46 +5.59
29 41 Resi Stiegler  United States 1:22.69 32 1:21.38 29 2:44.07 +7.20
30 33 Megan McJames  United States 1:22.77 33 1:21.60 30 2:44.37 +7.50
31 52 Ilka Štuhec  Slovenia 1:23.03 34 1:21.82 31 2:44.85 +7.98
32 39 Maryna Gąsienica-Daniel  Poland 1:23.18 35 1:22.32 34 2:45.50 +8.63
33 57 Karolina Chrapek  Poland 1:23.89 36 1:21.92 32 2:45.81 +8.94
34 70 Edit Miklós  Hungary 1:24.40 41 1:22.19 33 2:46.59 +9.72
35 56 Andrea Komšić  Croatia 1:24.24 38 1:22.37 35 2:46.61 +9.74
36 59 Maria Kirkova  Bulgaria 1:24.11 37 1:23.48 40 2:47.59 +10.72
37 51 Žana Novaković  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:24.54 42 1:23.24 38 2:47.78 +10.91
38 47 Barbara Kantorová  Slovakia 1:24.72 43 1:23.09 36 2:47.81 +10.94
39 55 Macarena Simari Birkner  Argentina 1:24.74 44 1:23.11 37 2:47.85 +10.98
40 62 Lavinia Chrystal  Australia 1:25.18 46 1:23.39 39 2:48.57 +11.70
41 45 Greta Small  Australia 1:25.22 47 1:24.44 42 2:49.66 +12.79
42 40 Noelle Barahona  Chile 1:25.02 45 1:24.84 43 2:49.86 +12.99
43 65 Bogdana Matsotska  Ukraine 1:25.25 48 1:25.28 45 2:50.53 +13.66
44 64 Maria Shkanova  Belarus 1:26.79 52 1:23.79 41 2:50.58 +13.71
45 60 Barbora Lukáčová  Slovakia 1:25.59 49 1:25.07 44 2:50.66 +13.79
46 63 Helga María Vilhjálmsdóttir  Iceland 1:26.39 51 1:25.52 46 2:51.91 +15.04
47 48 Salomé Báncora  Argentina 1:25.88 50 1:26.16 47 2:52.04 +15.17
48 66 Anna Berecz  Hungary 1:26.96 53 1:27.09 48 2:54.05 +17.18
49 67 Nino Tsiklauri  Georgia 1:27.27 54 1:28.07 50 2:55.34 +18.47
50 69 Emily Bamford  Australia 1:28.57 56 1:27.23 49 2:55.80 +18.93
51 68 Ania Monica Caill  Romania 1:28.53 55 1:28.73 51 2:57.26 +20.39
52 78 Erla Ásgeirsdóttir  Iceland 1:30.15 57 1:31.51 54 3:01.66 +24.79
53 58 Gim So-hui  South Korea 1:31.47 59 1:30.36 52 3:01.83 +24.96
54 72 Maya Harrisson  Brazil 1:30.31 58 1:31.55 55 3:01.86 +24.99
55 85 Alessia Afi Dipol  Togo 1:31.66 60 1:31.14 53 3:02.80 +25.93
56 74 Jasmine Campbell  Virgin Islands 1:32.05 62 1:33.00 57 3:05.05 +28.18
57 90 Ornella Oettl Reyes  Peru 1:32.87 64 1:33.45 58 3:06.32 +29.45
58 84 Sophia Ralli  Greece 1:33.63 66 1:32.84 56 3:06.47 +29.60
59 79 Camile Dias  Portugal 1:32.70 63 1:34.93 63 3:07.63 +30.76
60 82 Suela Mëhilli  Albania 1:33.55 65 1:34.36 60 3:07.91 +31.04
61 77 Triin Tobi  Estonia 1:34.65 68 1:34.52 61 3:09.17 +32.30
62 86 Kenza Tazi  Morocco 1:35.27 69 1:34.52 61 3:09.79 +32.92
63 89 Tuğba Kocaağa  Turkey 1:36.04 70 1:33.76 59 3:09.80 +32.93
64 80 Kseniya Grigoreva  Uzbekistan 1:34.56 67 1:36.98 65 3:11.54 +34.67
65 81 Élise Pellegrin  Malta 1:36.85 72 1:36.27 64 3:13.12 +36.25
66 71 Xia Lina  China 1:37.03 73 1:38.59 66 3:15.62 +38.75
67 87 Vanessa Vanakorn  Thailand 1:44.86 74 1:42.11 67 3:26.97 +50.10
15 Denise Karbon  Italy 1:19.49 8 DNF
26 Ragnhild Mowinckel  Norway 1:21.50 23 DNF
50 Maruša Ferk  Slovenia 1:22.57 31 DNF
54 Sofija Novoselić  Croatia 1:24.25 39 DNF
44 Maria Bedareva  Russia 1:24.26 40 DNF
76 Agnese Āboltiņa  Latvia 1:31.85 61 DNF
83 Ieva Januškevičiūtė  Lithuania 1:36.79 71 DNF
13 Maria Höfl-Riesch  Germany DNS
8 Marie-Michèle Gagnon  Canada DNF
11 Federica Brignone  Italy DNF
17 Julia Mancuso  United States DNF
21 Marie-Pier Préfontaine  Canada DNF
27 Marion Bertrand  France DNF
31 Wendy Holdener  Switzerland DNF
34 Kateřina Pauláthová  Czech Republic DNF
37 Šárka Strachová  Czech Republic DNF
46 Martina Dubovská  Czech Republic DNF
49 Julietta Quiroga  Argentina DNF
53 Mireia Gutiérrez  Andorra DNF
61 Kristína Saalová  Slovakia DNF
73 Lelde Gasūna  Latvia DNF
75 Florence Bell  Ireland DNF
88 Federica Selva  San Marino DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Competition Schedule". SOCOG. Retrieved 21 December 2013. 
  2. ^ a b Mintz, Geoff (February 18, 2014). "Maze shines in rainy Russia". Ski Racing. Retrieved February 18, 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Ladies' giant slalom" (PDF). Sochi, Russia: FIS. Official results. 18 February 2014. Retrieved 18 February 2014. 
  4. ^ Chadband, Ian (18 February 2014). "Vanessa-Mae slowest in giant slalom..." The Telegraph. London. Retrieved 18 February 2014. 

External links[edit]

  • FIS-Ski.com – 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's giant slalom