FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2009 – Men's giant slalom

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FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2009
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Complete results for the men's giant slalom competition at the 2009 World Championships. It was run on February 13, the eighth race of the championships.

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Diff.
Gold Carlo Janka Switzerland 1:08.25 1:10.57 2:18.82 --
Silver Benjamin Raich Austria 1:08.73 1:10.80 2:29.53 +0.71
Bronze Ted Ligety United States 1:09.96 1:09.85 2:19.81 +0.99
4 Marcel Hirscher Austria 1:09.40 1:10.48 2:19.88 +1.06
5 Massimiliano Blardone Italy 1:09.21 1:11.28 2:20.49 +1.67
6 Didier Cuche Switzerland 1:09.38 1:11.13 2:20.51 +1.69
7 Jean-Baptiste Grange France 1:09.90 1:10.67 2:20.57 +1.75
8 Alexander Ploner Italy 1:10.24 1:10.36 2:20.60 +1.78
9 Aksel Lund Svindal Norway 1:10.46 1:10.15 2:20.61 +1.79
10 Marc Berthod Switzerland 1:10.55 1:10.21 2:20.76 +1.94
11 Davide Simoncelli Italy 1:10.59 1:10.27 2:20.86 +2.04
12 Manfred Mölgg Italy 1:09.44 1:11.71 2:21.15 +2.33
13 Truls Ove Karlsen Norway 1:10.20 1:11.05 2:21.25 +2.43
14 Philipp Schörghofer Austria 1:09.84 1:11.46 2:21.30 +2.48
15 Gauthier de Tessieres France 1:10.85 1:10.80 2:21.65 +2.83
16 Marcus Sandell Finland 1:11.77 1:09.95 2:21.72 +2.90
17 Jukka Leino Finland 1:11.76 1:10.51 2:22.27 +3.45
18 Bernard Vajdic Slovenia 1:11.31 1:11.28 2:22.59 +3.77
19 Felix Neureuther Germany 1:12.11 1:10.55 2:22.66 +3.84
20 Didier Défago Switzerland 1:10.78 1:11.92 2:22.70 +3.88
21 Robbie Dixon Canada 1:12.27 1:10.57 2:22.84 +4.02
22 Krystof Kryzl Czech Republic 1:12.60 1:10.29 2:22.89 +4.07
23 Ales Gorza Slovenia 1:11.35 1:11.67 2:23.02 +4.20
24 Niklas Rainer Sweden 1:12.64 1:10.85 2:23.49 +4.67
25 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner Argentina 1:12.48 1:11.82 2:24.30 +5.48
26 Tim Jitloff United States 1:12.09 1:12.46 2:24.55 +5.73
27 Natko Zrncic-Dim Croatia 1:13.53 1:11.21 2:24.74 +5.92
28 Sergei Maitakov Russia 1:12.91 1:13.01 2:25.92 +7.10
29 Naoki Yuasa Japan 1:13.36 1:13.43 2:26.79 +7.97
30 Hannes Reichelt Austria 1:13.58 1:13.58
31 Jono Brauer Australia 1:13.67 1:13.67
32 Michael Janyk Canada 1:13.76 1:13.76
33 Ferran Terra Spain 1:13.88 1:13.88
34 Stepan Zuev Russia 1:14.08 1:14.08
35 Noel Baxter United Kingdom 1:14.55 1:14.55
36 Christophe Roux Moldova 1:14.83 1:14.83
37 Tin Siroki Croatia 1:14.87 1:14.87
38 Jaroslav Babusiak Slovakia 1:14.91 1:14.91
39 Kiril Manolov Bulgaria 1:15.05 1:15.05
40 Dalibor Samsal Croatia 1:15.19 1:15.19
41 David Ryding United Kingdom 1:15.41 1:15.41
42 Nikola Chongarov Bulgaria 1:15.60 1:15.60
43 Stefan Georgiev Bulgaria 1:15.63 1:15.63
44 John Kucera Canada 1:15.83 1:15.83
45 Bryce Stevens Australia 1:15.96 1:15.96
46 Paul de la Cuesta Spain 1:15.97 1:15.97
46 Tim Cafe New Zealand 1:15.97 1:15.97
48 Guillem Capdevila Spain 1:16.10 1:16.10
49 Andrew Noble United Kingdom 1:18.09 1:18.09
50 Joery van Rooij Netherlands 1:18.25 1:18.25
51 Hugh Stevens Australia 1:19.07 1:19.07
52 Jorge Mandru Chile 1:19.90 1:19.90
53 Danko Marinelli Croatia 1:29.32 1:29.32
Adam Zampa Slovakia DNS
Bode Miller United States 1:10.97 DNF
Stefan Jon Sigurgeirsson Iceland DNF
Jorge Martinic Chile DNF
Christian Geiger Australia DNF
Ioan-Gabriel Nan Romania DNF
Alwin de Quartel Netherlands DNF
Agustin Torres Argentina DNF
Iason Abramashvili Georgia (country) DNF
Diego Jimenez Spain DNF
Jeroen van den Bogaert Belgium DNF
Aleksandr Khoroshilov Russia DNF
Olivier Jenot Monaco DNF
Jens Byggmark Sweden DNF
Akira Sasaki Japan DNF
Björgvin Björgvinsson Iceland DNF
Jake Zamansky United States DNF
Andre Myhrer Sweden DNF
Jean-Philippe Roy Canada DNF
Thomas Fanara France DNF
Cyprien Richard France DNF
Kjetil Jansrud Norway DNF