FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2015 – Men's super combined

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Men's super combined
at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2015
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
VenueBirds of Prey
Beaver Creek, Colorado, U.S.
DateFebruary 8, 2015
Competitors47 from 21 nations
Winning time2:36.10
Medalists
gold medal    Austria
silver medal    Norway
bronze medal    United States
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The Men's super combined competition at the 2015 World Championships was held on Sunday, February 8.[1][2]

Marcel Hirscher won the gold medal, despite originally finishing in 31st position after the downhill leg. Ondřej Bank however, fell on the final jump and, although the original results had Bank in 25th place, the jury disqualified him after the run ended and as a result, Hirscher was able to start first in the slalom leg instead of starting after the top 30. With a clean track he was able to rise all the way from 30th to 1st. Kjetil Jansrud took silver for Norway after leading the downhill leg. Bronze medalist Ted Ligety commenting on the race conditions and result, said, "It was dumb luck. If I was a half-second faster in the downhill, I wouldn’t have been able to get a medal at all. That’s how big of a difference I thought running early was."[3]

Results[edit]

The downhill run was started at 10:00 MST[4] and the slalom run at 14:15.[5]

Rank Bib Name Nation Downhill Rank Slalom Rank Total Diff
1st, gold medalist(s) 9 Marcel Hirscher  Austria 1:46.17 30 49.93 1 2:36.10
2nd, silver medalist(s) 13 Kjetil Jansrud  Norway 1:43.01 1 53.28 17 2:36.29 +0.19
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 20 Ted Ligety  United States 1:46.04 29 50.36 2 2:36.40 +0.30
4 12 Romed Baumann  Austria 1:43.70 4 52.78 16 2:36.48 +0.38
5 21 Alexis Pinturault  France 1:45.65 23 50.86 3 2:36.51 +0.41
6 22 Carlo Janka   Switzerland 1:44.18 6 52.62 14 2:36.80 +0.70
7 23 Andreas Romar  Finland 1:44.96 18 51.97 5 2:36.93 +0.83
8 39 Aleksander Aamodt Kilde  Norway 1:44.53 11 52.43 12 2:36.96 +0.86
9 10 Thomas Mermillod Blondin  France 1:44.89 16 52.10 8 2:36.99 +0.89
10 25 Dominik Paris  Italy 1:44.75 14 52.38 11 2:37.13 +1.03
11 8 Matthias Mayer  Austria 1:43.75 5 53.39 19 2:37.14 +1.04
12 17 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia 1:46.03 28 51.12 4 2:37.15 +1.05
13 11 Mauro Caviezel   Switzerland 1:44.92 17 52.25 10 2:37.17 +1.07
14 29 Beat Feuz   Switzerland 1:43.10 2 54.37 29 2:37.27 +1.17
15 4 Silvan Zurbriggen   Switzerland 1:45.24 22 52.05 7 2:37.29 +1.19
16 2 Klemen Kosi  Slovenia 1:45.18 20 52.58 13 2:37.76 +1.66
17 24 Tim Jitloff  United States 1:46.01 28 52.12 9 2:38.13 +2.03
18 14 Christof Innerhofer  Italy 1:44.31 8 53.99 24 2:38.30 +2.20
19 15 Adam Žampa  Slovakia 1:46.37 33 51.97 5 2:38.34 +2.24
20 3 Martin Cater  Slovenia 1:44.74 13 53.63 21 2:38.37 +2.27
21 38 Steven Nyman  United States 1:44.64 12 53.89 23 2:38.53 +2.43
22 6 Andrew Weibrecht  United States 1:44.31 8 54.26 27 2:38.57 +2.47
23 34 Andreas Sander  Germany 1:44.28 7 55.01 32 2:39.29 +3.19
24 33 Pavel Trikhichev  Russia 1:46.23 32 53.30 18 2:39.33 +3.23
25 27 Josef Ferstl  Germany 1:45.21 21 54.34 28 2:39.55 +3.45
26 30 Kryštof Krýzl  Czech Republic 1:47.02 38 52.74 15 2:39.76 +3.66
27 1 Maciej Bydliński  Poland 1:46.42 34 54.12 25 2:40.54 +4.44
28 42 Max Ullrich  Croatia 1:46.55 35 54.73 30 2:41.28 +5.18
29 5 Jared Goldberg  United States 1:43.69 3 57.63 37 2:41.32 +5.22
30 26 Martin Vráblík  Czech Republic 1:48.41 40 53.63 21 2:42.04 +5.94
31 48 Christoffer Faarup  Denmark 1:46.94 37 56.03 33 2:42.97 +6.87
32 7 Matteo Marsaglia  Italy 1:44.76 15 58.47 38 2:43.23 +7.13
32 45 Henrik von Appen  Chile 1:46.86 36 56.37 36 2:43.23 +7.13
34 44 Arnaud Alessandria  Monaco 1:47.45 39 56.03 33 2:43.48 +7.38
35 31 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner  Argentina 1:49.82 43 54.14 26 2:43.96 +7.86
36 36 Istok Rodeš  Croatia 1:50.73 46 53.56 20 2:44.29 +8.19
37 41 Willis Feasey  New Zealand 1:48.71 41 56.03 35 2:44.74 +8.64
38 28 Maxence Muzaton  France 1:44.50 10 1:00.83 39 2:45.33 +9.23
39 46 Andreas Žampa  Slovakia 1:50.58 45 54.91 31 2:45.49 +9.39
18 Natko Zrnčić-Dim  Croatia 1:45.72 24 DNF
32 Morgan Pridy  Canada 1:45.14 19 DNF
35 Otmar Striedinger  Austria 1:45.92 25 DNF
40 Igor Zakurdayev  Kazakhstan 1:49.80 42 DNF
43 Nick Prebble  New Zealand 1:50.11 44 DNF
37 Boštjan Kline  Slovenia 1:45.99 26 DQ
47 Marvin van Heek  Netherlands DNS
49 Ioan Valeriu Achiriloaie  Romania DNS
16 Victor Muffat-Jeandet  France DNF
19 Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic DQ

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schedule
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ "Marcel Hirscher wins World Championships Super Combined". nbcsports.com. February 8, 2015. Retrieved February 8, 2015.
  4. ^ Downhill Results
  5. ^ Final Results