FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013 – Women's super combined

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Women's super combined
at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2013
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Venue Planai
Schladming, Austria
Date 8 February 2013
Competitors 47 from 25 nations
Winning time 2:39.92
Medalists
gold medal    Germany
silver medal    Slovenia
bronze medal    Austria
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The Women's super combined competition at the 2013 World Championships was held on Friday, February 8. There were 47 athletes competing from 25 countries.[1]

Results[edit]

The downhill race started at 10:00[2] and the slalom at 14:00.[3]

Rank Bib Name Nation Downhill Rank Slalom Rank Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 20 Maria Höfl-Riesch  Germany 1:49.87 4 50.05 2 2:39.92
2nd, silver medalist(s) 18 Tina Maze  Slovenia 1:49.67 1 50.71 5 2:40.38 +0.46
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 16 Nicole Hosp  Austria 1:50.99 9 49.93 1 2:40.92 +1.00
4 8 Michaela Kirchgasser  Austria 1:51.36 16 50.20 3 2:41.56 +1.64
5 22 Kathrin Zettel  Austria 1:51.28 13 50.43 4 2:41.71 +1.79
6 19 Elisabeth Görgl  Austria 1:49.72 3 52.52 12 2:42.24 +2.32
7 29 Sofia Goggia  Italy 1:50.07 6 52.62 16 2:42.69 +2.77
8 11 Julia Mancuso  United States 1:51.60 19 51.65 7 2:43.25 +3.33
9 33 Sara Hector  Sweden 1:52.20 25 51.39 6 2:43.59 +3.67
10 9 Dominique Gisin   Switzerland 1:51.09 10 52.51 11 2:43.60 +3.68
11 4 Laurenne Ross  United States 1:51.28 13 52.60 15 2:43.88 +3.96
12 35 Veronique Hronek  Germany 1:51.69 21 52.20 9 2:43.89 +3.97
13 10 Elena Curtoni  Italy 1:51.67 20 52.53 13 2:44.20 +4.28
14 2 Marianne Kaufmann-Abderhalden   Switzerland 1:51.44 17 53.26 17 2:44.70 +4.78
15 15 Elena Fanchini  Italy 1:50.87 8 54.19 18 2:45.06 +5.14
16 13 Anne-Sophie Barthet  France 1:53.57 31 52.06 8 2:45.63 +5.77
17 30 Ragnhild Mowinckel  Norway 1:53.17 28 52.59 14 2:45.76 +5.84
18 32 Stacey Cook  United States 1:51.29 15 55.41 25 2:46.70 +6.78
19 28 Edit Miklós  Hungary 1:51.82 22 55.36 24 2:47.18 +7.26
20 3 Vanja Brodnik  Slovenia 1:53.24 29 54.43 20 2:47.67 +7.75
21 6 Elena Yakovishina  Russia 1:53.65 32 54.59 22 2:48.24 +8.32
22 26 Jana Gantnerová  Slovakia 1:56.11 38 52.47 10 2:48.58 +8.66
23 41 Aleksandra Prokopyeva  Russia 1:55.24 35 54.58 21 2:49.82 +9.90
24 31 Anastasia Kedrina  Russia 1:54.10 33 56.82 29 2:50.92 +11.00
25 36 Greta Small  Australia 1:56.62 39 54.78 23 2:51.40 +11.48
26 45 Macarena Simari Birkner  Argentina 1:57.79 41 54.39 19 2:52.18 +12.26
27 5 Karolina Chrapek  Poland 1:55.40 36 56.91 30 2:52.31 +12.39
28 39 Maria Bedareva  Russia 1:54.70 34 58.18 32 2:52.88 +12.96
29 42 Isabel van Buynder  Belgium 1:57.43 40 55.91 27 2:53.34 +13.42
30 40 Maria Shkanova  Belarus 1:58.59 42 56.05 28 2:54.64 +14.72
31 47 Andrea Komšić  Croatia 1:59.22 43 55.85 26 2:55.07 +15.15
32 46 Bogdana Matsotska  Ukraine 1:59.56 44 57.44 31 2:57.00 +17.08
1 Tina Weirather  Liechtenstein 1:52.00 23 DNS
7 Leanne Smith  United States 1:51.26 12 DNS
14 Daniela Merighetti  Italy 1:50.86 7 DNS
37 Nadja Kamer   Switzerland 1:51.48 18 DNS
12 Lotte Smiseth Sejersted  Norway 1:51.22 11 DNF
17 Anna Fenninger  Austria 1:49.67 1 DNF
21 Lara Gut   Switzerland 1:49.87 4 DNF
23 Larisa Yurkiw  Canada 1:52.12 24 DNF
24 Klára Křížová  Czech Republic 1:52.30 27 DNF
25 Ilka Štuhec  Slovenia 1:52.21 26 DNF
27 Alexandra Coletti  Monaco 1:53.53 30 DNF
38 Mireia Gutiérrez  Andorra 1:55.85 37 DNF
43 María Belén Simari Birkner  Argentina 2:00.14 45 DNF
44 Maria Kirkova  Bulgaria DNS
34 Agnieszka Gąsienica-Daniel  Poland DNF

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