FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019 – Women's downhill

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Women's downhill
at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019
VenueÅre ski resort
LocationÅre, Sweden
Dates10 February
Competitors37 from 16 nations
Winning time1:01.74
Medalists
gold medal    Slovenia
silver medal     Switzerland
bronze medal    United States
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Women's Downhill
LocationÅre, Sweden
Vertical502 m (1,647 ft)
Top elevation898 m (2,946 ft)
Base elevation396 m (1,299 ft)

The Women's downhill competition at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019 was held on 10 February.[1][2][3][4]

In the final event of her international career, Lindsey Vonn won the bronze medal, a half-second behind repeat champion Ilka Štuhec, and Corinne Suter took the silver.[3][4]

Results[edit]

The race was started at 12:30.[5] Due to high winds,[3][4] its start was dropped 162 m (531 ft) to the lowered Super-G start, shortening the length by 0.566 km (0.35 mi) to 1.67 km (1.04 mi).[1][5]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Diff
1st, gold medalist(s) 9 Ilka Štuhec  Slovenia 1:01.74
2nd, silver medalist(s) 19 Corinne Suter   Switzerland 1:01.97 +0.23
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Lindsey Vonn  United States 1:02.23 +0.49
4 7 Stephanie Venier  Austria 1:02.27 +0.53
5 6 Ragnhild Mowinckel  Norway 1:02.33 +0.59
6 8 Nicol Delago  Italy 1:02.36 +0.62
7 13 Ramona Siebenhofer  Austria 1:02.38 +0.64
8 18 Lara Gut-Behrami   Switzerland 1:02.52 +0.78
9 15 Nicole Schmidhofer  Austria 1:02.55 +0.81
10 Tamara Tippler  Austria
11 1 Viktoria Rebensburg  Germany 1:02.56 +0.82
12 12 Michaela Wenig  Germany 1:02.64 +0.90
13 11 Kira Weidle  Germany 1:02.68 +0.94
14 4 Nadia Fanchini  Italy 1:02.74 +1.00
15 5 Sofia Goggia  Italy 1:02.76 +1.02
16 14 Joana Hählen   Switzerland 1:02.90 +1.16
17 20 Ester Ledecká  Czech Republic 1:02.91 +1.17
18 17 Tina Weirather  Liechtenstein 1:03.00 +1.26
19 29 Kajsa Vickhoff Lie  Norway 1:03.08 +1.34
20 16 Romane Miradoli  France 1:03.10 +1.36
2 Jasmine Flury   Switzerland
22 21 Alice Merryweather  United States 1:03.26 +1.36
23 27 Meike Pfister  Germany 1:03.30 +1.56
24 25 Lin Ivarsson  Sweden 1:03.40 +1.66
25 24 Lisa Hörnblad  Sweden 1:03.60 +1.86
26 23 Tiffany Gauthier  France 1:03.64 +1.90
27 28 Alexandra Coletti  Monaco 1:03.65 +1.91
28 30 Roni Remme  Canada 1:03.83 +2.09
29 26 Francesca Marsaglia  Italy 1:03.87 +2.13
30 33 Greta Small  Australia 1:03.96 +2.22
31 32 Iulija Pleshkova  Russia 1:03.97 +2.23
32 22 Marie-Michèle Gagnon  Canada 1:04.06 +2.32
33 34 Maruša Ferk  Slovenia 1:04.09 +2.35
34 36 Ida Dannewitz  Sweden 1:04.28 +2.54
35 35 Helena Rapaport  Sweden 1:04.71 +2.97
36 31 Aleksandra Prokopyeva  Russia 1:04.73 +2.99
37 37 Ania Monica Caill  Romania 1:05.53 +3.79

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Schedule
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ a b c "Lindsey Vonn wins bronze medal in final race of her skiing career". ESPN. Associated Press. 10 February 2019. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  4. ^ a b c "Ilka Stuhec successfully defends downhill gold in Åre". FIS-Ski.com. 10 February 2019. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  5. ^ a b Final results