FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2017 – Men's giant slalom

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Men's giant slalom
at the FIS Alpine World
Ski Championships 2017
VenuePiz Nair
LocationSt. Moritz, Switzerland
Dates17 February
Competitors106 from 60 nations
Winning time2:13.31
Medalists
gold medal    Austria
silver medal    Austria
bronze medal    Norway
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The Men's giant slalom competition at the 2017 World Championships was held on 17 February 2017.[1][2]

A qualification was held on 16 February 2017.[3][4]

Results[edit]

The first run was started at 09:45[5] and the second run at 13:30.[6]

Rank Bib Name Nation Run 1 Rank Run 2 Rank Total Diff
1st, gold medalist(s) 6 Marcel Hirscher  Austria 1:06.73 1 1:06.58 6 2:13.31
2nd, silver medalist(s) 22 Roland Leitinger  Austria 1:07.26 6 1:06.30 1 2:13.56 +0.25
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 13 Leif Kristian Haugen  Norway 1:07.27 7 1:06.75 11 2:14.02 +0.71
4 4 Henrik Kristoffersen  Norway 1:07.21 5 1:06.86 13 2:14.07 +0.76
5 5 Philipp Schörghofer  Austria 1:06.99 2 1:07.17 20 2:14.16 +0.85
6 8 Matts Olsson  Sweden 1:07.12 4 1:07.12 19 2:14.24 +0.93
7 7 Alexis Pinturault  France 1:07.08 3 1:07.21 21 2:14.29 +0.98
8 15 Justin Murisier   Switzerland 1:07.84 12 1:06.46 5 2:14.30 +0.99
9 3 Mathieu Faivre  France 1:07.51 8 1:06.85 12 2:14.36 +1.05
10 21 Riccardo Tonetti  Italy 1:07.58 9 1:06.89 15 2:14.47 +1.16
11 30 David Chodounsky  United States 1:08.07 17 1:06.43 3 2:14.50 +1.19
12 43 Linus Straßer  Germany 1:08.03 15 1:06.66 7 2:14.69 +1.38
13 1 Victor Muffat-Jeandet  France 1:07.88 13 1:06.86 13 2:14.74 +1.43
14 12 Stefan Luitz  Germany 1:07.94 14 1:06.89 15 2:14.83 +1.52
15 23 Gino Caviezel   Switzerland 1:08.16 18 1:06.69 9 2:14.85 +1.54
16 2 Felix Neureuther  Germany 1:08.52 21 1:06.41 2 2:14.93 +1.62
17 9 Florian Eisath  Italy 1:07.78 11 1:07.24 22 2:15.02 +1.71
18 19 Steve Missillier  France 1:08.71 23 1:06.44 4 2:15.15 +1.84
19 20 Filip Zubčić  Croatia 1:07.70 10 1:07.59 26 2:15.29 +1.98
20 16 Manfred Mölgg  Italy 1:08.27 20 1:07.10 18 2:15.37 +2.06
21 27 Loïc Meillard   Switzerland 1:08.74 24 1:06.68 8 2:15.42 +2.11
22 17 Carlo Janka   Switzerland 1:08.05 16 1:07.46 24 2:15.51 +2.20
23 25 Erik Read  Canada 1:08.81 28 1:06.71 10 2:15.52 +2.21
24 35 Simon Maurberger  Italy 1:08.26 19 1:07.53 25 2:15.79 +2.48
25 39 Ryan Cochran-Siegle  United States 1:09.02 30 1:07.09 17 2:16.11 +2.80
26 36 Bjørnar Neteland  Norway 1:08.81 28 1:07.32 23 2:16.13 +2.82
27 40 Mattias Rönngren  Sweden 1:09.12 31 1:08.18 27 2:17.30 +3.99
28 45 Štefan Hadalin  Slovenia 1:09.13 32 1:08.42 28 2:17.55 +4.24
29 44 Kristoffer Jakobsen  Sweden 1:09.38 36 1:08.70 31 2:18.08 +4.77
30 47 Albert Popov  Bulgaria 1:09.40 37 1:08.81 32 2:18.21 +4.90
31 48 Adam Barwood  New Zealand 1:09.99 41 1:08.42 28 2:18.41 +5.10
32 28 Kryštof Krýzl  Czech Republic 1:09.62 38 1:08.81 32 2:18.43 +5.12
33 33 Eemeli Pirinen  Finland 1:10.25 42 1:08.69 30 2:18.94 +5.63
34 34 Andreas Žampa  Slovakia 1:08.77 25 1:11.16 40 2:19.93 +6.62
35 54 Juan Del Campo  Spain 1:09.77 39 1:10.19 37 2:19.95 +6.65
36 53 Axel Esteve  Andorra 1:10.26 43 1:10.10 36 2:20.36 +7.05
37 66 Matej Falat  Slovakia 1:10.43 45 1:09.96 35 2:20.39 +7.08
38 61 Sebastiano Gastaldi  Argentina 1:10.57 46 1:09.89 34 2:20.46 +7.15
39 56 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner  Argentina 1:10.86 47 1:10.63 38 2:21.49 +8.18
40 65 Laurie Taylor  Great Britain 1:11.04 49 1:10.99 39 2:22.03 +8.72
41 59 Steffan Winkelhorst  Netherlands 1:10.92 48 1:11.59 41 2:22.51 +9.20
42 60 Yohei Koyama  Japan 1:11.92 53 1:11.63 42 2:23.55 +10.24
43 93 Andrej Drukarov  Lithuania 1:14.40 57 1:13.66 43 2:28.06 +14.75
44 74 Kieran Norris  Ireland 1:14.55 58 1:14.62 44 2:29.17 +15.86
45 78 Igor Zakurdayev  Kazakhstan 1:14.62 59 1:15.28 45 2:29.90 +16.59
46 90 Erjon Tola  Albania 1:15.32 60 1:15.96 46 2:31.28 +17.97
29 Samu Torsti  Finland 1:08.65 22 DNF
37 Phil Brown  Canada 1:08.78 27
38 Aleksandr Andrienko  Russia 1:09.29 34
49 Maarten Meiners  Netherlands 1:08.77 25
51 Simon Efimov  Russia 1:12.27 54
64 William Vukelić  Croatia 1:11.44 51
67 Sven von Appen  Chile 1:11.04 49
81 Sturla Snær Snorrason  Iceland 1:11.78 52
82 Marko Stevović  Serbia 1:13.14 56
85 Yuri Danilochkin  Belarus 1:12.94 55
87 Rodolfo Dickson  Mexico 1:15.48 61 DNQ
91 Ioannis Proios  Greece 1:15.82 62
88 Itamar Biran  Israel 1:15.97 63
92 Kamiljon Tukhtaev  Uzbekistan 1:16.41 64
96 Behnam Shemshaki  Iran 1:19.47 65
100 Alessandro Mariotti  San Marino 1:20.03 66
72 Michael Poettoz  Colombia 1:21.29 67
102 Connor Wilson  South Africa 1:21.50 68
103 Naim Fenianos  Lebanon 1:21.84 69
101 Giorgos Kakkouras  Cyprus 1:24.02 70
105 Max Castermans  Luxembourg 1:24.91 71
106 Andy Randriamiarisoa  Madagascar 1:27.96 72
104 Himanshu Thakur  India 1:32.41 73
10 Andre Myhrer  Sweden 1:09.97 40 DNS
14 Manuel Feller  Austria 1:09.18 33
41 Joan Verdú  Andorra 1:09.35 35
58 Kristaps Zvejnieks  Latvia 1:10.37 44
11 Žan Kranjec  Slovenia DNF
18 Aleksander Aamodt Kilde  Norway
24 Tommy Ford  United States
26 Tim Jitloff  United States
31 Pavel Trikhichev  Russia
32 Trevor Philp  Canada
42 Willis Feasey  New Zealand
46 Miha Hrobat  Slovenia
50 Ondřej Berndt  Czech Republic
52 Martin Čater  Slovenia
55 Filip Forejtek  Czech Republic
57 Dries Van den Broecke  Belgium
62 Daniel Paulus  Czech Republic
63 Kai Horwitz  Chile
68 Tomas Birkner De Miguel  Argentina
69 Andres Figueroa  Chile
70 Tom Verbeke  Belgium
71 Žaks Gedra  Latvia
73 Marko Šljivić  Bosnia and Herzegovina
75 Juhan Luik  Estonia
76 Benjamin Szőllős  Hungary
77 Martin Hyška  Slovakia
79 Simon Breitfuss Kammerlander  Bolivia
80 Marcus Vorre  Denmark
83 Alex Beniaidze  Georgia
84 Luka Bozhinovski  North Macedonia
86 Alexandru Barbu  Romania
89 Evgeniy Timofeev  Kyrgyzstan
94 Arthur Hanse  Portugal
95 Albin Tahiri  Kosovo
97 Jeremy Denat  Peru
98 Ivan Kovbasnyuk  Ukraine
99 Zhang Yangming  China DSQ

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Schedule". Archived from the original on 2017-02-11. Retrieved 2017-01-28.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ Qualification start list
  4. ^ Qualification results
  5. ^ Run 1 results
  6. ^ Final results