FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2009 – Women's slalom

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Complete results for the Women's Slalom competition at the 2009 World Championships. It was run on February 15, the final race of the championships.

101 athletes from 42 countries competed.[1]

Results[edit]

[2][3]

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Diff.
Gold Maria Riesch Germany 55.63 56.17 1:51.80 --
Silver Šárka Záhrobská Czech Republic 55.47 57.10 1:52.57 +0.77
Bronze Tanja Poutiainen Finland 55.91 56.98 1:52.89 +1.09
4 Denise Karbon Italy 55.95 56.95 1:52.90 +1.10
5 Nicole Gius Italy 56.75 56.18 1:52.93 +1.13
6 Denise Feierabend Switzerland 56.46 57.03 1:53.49 +1.69
7 Ana Jelusic Croatia 56.04 57.63 1:53.67 +1.87
8 Fanny Chmelar Germany 56.62 57.14 1:53.76 +1.96
9 Anja Pärson Sweden 57.09 56.69 1:53.78 +1.98
10 Aline Bonjour Switzerland 56.83 57.01 1:53.84 +2.04
11 Sanni Leinonen Finland 55.78 58.26 1:54.04 +2.24
12 Anna Goodman Canada 55.86 58.41 1:54.27 +2.47
13 Nastasia Noens France 57.06 57.23 1:54.29 +2.49
14 Rabea Grand Switzerland 56.01 58.43 1:54.44 +2.64
15 Frida Hansdotter Sweden 55.62 58.86 1:54.48 +2.68
16 Sandra Gini Switzerland 57.42 57.38 1:54.80 +3.00
17 Marusa Ferk Slovenia 57.26 57.94 1:55.20 +3.40
18 Kathrin Hölzl Germany 58.42 57.47 1:55.89 +4.09
19 Resi Stiegler United States 58.21 58.13 1:56.34 +4.54
20 Marina Nigg Liechtenstein 57.56 58.90 1:56.46 +4.66
21 Karen Persyn Belgium 58.42 59.14 1:57.56 +5.76
22 Jelena Lolovic Serbia 59.19 58.82 1:58.01 +6.21
23 Katarzyna Karasinska Poland 59.05 58.98 1:58.03 +6.23
24 Aleksandra Klus Poland 59.15 1:00.52 1:59.67 +7.87
25 Brigitte Acton Canada 56.99 1:10.25 2:07.24 +15.44
26 Sandrine Aubert France 55.40 1:44.97 2:40.37 +48.57
Manuela Mölgg Italy 55.00 DSQ
Lindsey Vonn United States 55.24 DNF
Irene Curtoni Italy 56.86 DSQ
Marion Bertrand France 57.66 DSQ
Mizue Hoshi Japan 59.31
Sarah Schleper United States 59.33
Eva Kurfuerstova Czech Republic 59.60
Macarena Simari Birkner Argentina 59.78
Elisabeth Görgl Austria 59.88
Anna Fenninger Austria 1:00.37
Sofija Novoselic Croatia 1:00.62
Agnieszka Gasienica Daniel Poland 1:00.94
Tii-Maria Romar Finland 1:01.32
María Belén Simari Birkner Argentina 1:02.61
Sandra-Elena Narea Romania 1:04.42
Anastasiya Skryabina Ukraine 1:04.60
Noelle Barahona Chile 1:04.90
Sophia Ralli Greece 1:06.02
Hailey Duke United States 1:07.66
Liene Fimbauere Latvia 1:08.48
Tugba Dasdemir Turkey 1:09.59
Oksana Mashchakevich Ukraine 1:09.85
Lyudmila Fedotova Kazakhstan 1:12.97
Szelina Hellner Hungary 1:14.23
Jacky Chamoun Lebanon 1:20.18
Fatemeh Kiadarbandsari Iran 1:21.91
Mitra Kalhor Iran 1:22.12
Katrine Moller Jensen Denmark 1:30.42
Isabel Van Buynder Belgium DSQ
Kristina Krone Puerto Rico DSQ
Marjan Kalhor Iran DSQ
Maria Pietilä Holmner Sweden DNF
Kathrin Zettel Austria DNF
Therese Borssen Sweden DNF
Michaela Kirchgasser Austria DNF
Nika Fleiss Croatia DNF
Susanne Riesch Germany DNF
Nina Løseth Norway DNF
Marie-Michele Gagnon Canada DNF
Lene Løseth Norway DNF
Mona Løseth Norway DNF
Jana Gantnerova Slovakia DNF
Vanja Brodnik Slovenia DNF
Barbora Lukacova Slovakia DNF
Mireia Gutierrez Andorra DNF
Matea Ferk Croatia DNF
Maria Kirkova Bulgaria DNF
Jana Skvarkova Slovakia DNF
Sarah Jarvis New Zealand DNF
Nikol Kucerova Czech Republic DNF
Bogdana Matsotska Ukraine DNF
Marija Trmcic Serbia DNF
Mireia Clemente Spain DNF
Zana Novakovic Bosnia and Herzegovina DNF
Bianca-Andreea Narea Romania DNF
Lizaveta Kuzmenka Belarus DNF
Marija Schkanova Belarus DNF
Maja Klepic Bosnia and Herzegovina DNF
Zsofia Doeme Hungary DNF
Nicol Gastaldi Argentina DNF
Anna Berecz Hungary DNF
Xia Lina China DNF
Julietta Quiroga Argentina DNF
Duygu Ulusoy Turkey DNF
Kristine Poshka Latvia DNF
Cynthia Denzler Colombia DNF
Gaia Bassani Antivari Azerbaijan DNF
Sun Lingling China DNF
Liu Yu China DNF
Tamara Gisem Ukraine DNF
Stephanie Joffroy Chile DNF
Maya Harrisson Brazil DNF
Andrea Araman Lebanon DNF
Marie-Pier Prefontaine Canada DNS
Chirine Njeim Lebanon DNS

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Slalom L Official Starter List" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 21 February 2011. 
  2. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Slalom L 1st Run Results" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 21 February 2011. 
  3. ^ "FIS World Ski Championships Slalom L 2nd Run Results" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 21 February 2011.