FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2007 – Women's super-G

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Women's Super-G
at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2007
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Venue WM Strecke
Åre, Jämtland, Sweden
Date February 6, 2007
Competitors 43 from 17 nations
Winning time 1:18.85
Medalists
gold medal    Sweden
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    Austria
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The Women's Super-G competition at the 2007 World Championships was held on Tuesday, February 6.[1][2]

The race was scheduled to start at 11:00 CET.

The start was lowered 74 meters (243 ft) to 3,246 m (10,650 ft), shortening the course by 200 m (220 yd). The reduced course had a vertical drop of 516 m (1,693 ft) and a length of 1.640 km (1.02 mi).

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Diff.
1st, gold medalist(s) 24 Anja Pärson  Sweden 1:18.85
2nd, silver medalist(s) 30 Lindsey Kildow  United States 1:19.17 +0.32
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 31 Renate Götschl  Austria 1:19.38 +0.53
4 29 Nicole Hosp  Austria 1:19.44 +0.59
4 18 Britt Janyk  Canada 1:19.44 +0.59
6 27 Julia Mancuso  United States 1:19.63 +0.78
7 26 Nadia Styger  Austria 1:19.65 +0.80
8 28 Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria 1:19.97 +1.12
9 10 Libby Ludlow  Sweden 1:20.08 +1.23
10 11 Maria Riesch  Germany 1:20.18 +1.33
11 3 Fabienne Suter   Switzerland 1:20.19 +1.34
12 22 Martina Schild  Austria 1:20.63 +1.78
13 17 Emily Brydon  Canada 1:20.65 +1.80
14 21 Tina Maze  Slovenia 1:20.73 +1.88
15 12 Petra Haltmayr  Austria 1:20.74 +1.89
16 13 Christine Sponring  Austria 1:20.75 +1.90
17 1 Johanna Schnarf  Italy 1:21.08 +2.23
18 5 Marie Marchand-Arvier  France 1:21.16 +2.31
19 20 Fraenzi Aufdenblatten   Switzerland 1:21.20 +2.35
20 15 Genevieve Simard  Canada 1:21.24 +2.39
20 14 Kirsten Clark  United States 1:21.24 +2.39
22 8 Gina Stechert  Germany 1:21.25 +2.40
23 2 Alexandra Coletti  Monaco 1:21.56 +2.71
24 33 Urska Rabic  Slovenia 1:21.58 +2.73
25 6 Carolina Ruiz Castillo  Spain 1:21.86 +3.01
26 38 Dagny Kristjansdottir  Iceland 1:22.01 +3.16
27 34 Petra Robnik  Slovenia 1:22.19 +3.34
28 9 Chemmy Alcott  Great Britain 1:22.22 +3.37
29 37 Lucie Hrstková  Czech Republic 1:22.43 +3.58
30 42 Frida Hansdotter  Sweden 1:22.49 +3.64
31 36 Elena Fanchini  Italy 1:24.64 +5.79
32 41 Eva Hucková  Slovakia 1:26.85 +8.00
33 40 Sona Maculová  Slovakia 1:28.36 +9.51
34 7 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby  Sweden 1:31.09 +12.24
4 Nike Bent  Sweden DNF
16 Ingrid Jacquemod  France DNF
19 Nadia Fanchini  Italy DNF
23 Lucia Recchia  Italy DNF
23 Kelly Vanderbeek  Canada DNF
32 Tina Weirather  Liechtenstein DNF
35 Anne-Sophie Barthet  France DNF
39 Kajsa Kling  Sweden DNF
43 Anna Breigutu  Brazil DNF

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