Snowboarding at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Men's parallel giant slalom

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Men's parallel giant slalom
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
Venue Park City
Date February 14–15
Competitors 32 from 10 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Philipp Schoch  Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Richard Richardsson  Sweden
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Chris Klug  United States
2006 →

The men's parallel giant slalom event in snowboarding at the 2002 Winter Olympics was held in Park City, United States. The qualification runs were held on 14 February and the final rounds on 15 February.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Philipp Schoch
 Switzerland
Silver Richard Richardsson
 Sweden
Bronze Chris Klug
 United States

Qualification[edit]

The top 16 racers, based on their qualification time, advanced to the elimination rounds.[1][2]

Rank Bib Name Nationality 1st run (time) Rank 2nd run (time) Rank Total time
1 10 Gilles Jaquet  Switzerland 15.88 1 19.81 3 35.69
2 7 Alexander Maier  Austria 16.60 5 19.68 1 36.28
3 5 Daniel Biveson  Sweden 16.47 3 19.95 6 36.42
4 6 Richard Richardsson  Sweden 16.85 13 19.73 2 36.58
5 2 Dejan Kosir  Slovenia 16.84 12 19.87 4 36.71
6 26 Jerome Sylvestre  Canada 16.08 2 20.78 19 36.86
7 4 Mathieu Bozzetto  France 16.61 7 20.29 9 36.90
8 12 Sigfried Grabner  Austria 16.60 5 20.34 11 36.94
9 16 Stefan Kaltschütz  Austria 16.64 8 20.33 10 36.97
10 9 Dieter Krassnig  Austria 16.50 4 20.52 13 37.02
11 1 Chris Klug  United States 17.24 20 19.93 5 37.17
12 3 Stephen Copp  Sweden 17.06 16 20.16 7 37.22
13 17 Mathias Behounek  Germany 16.72 9 20.59 16 37.31
14 11 Walter Feichter  Italy 17.10 17 20.23 8 37.33
15 29 Philipp Schoch  Switzerland 16.72 9 20.62 17 37.34
16 14 Nicolas Huet  France 16.83 11 20.66 18 37.49
17 22 Mark Fawcett  Canada 16.94 14 20.59 16 37.53
18 15 Markus Ebner  Germany 16.98 15 20.66 18 37.64
19 32 Roland Fischnaller  Italy 17.15 19 20.55 14 37.70
20 21 Jeff Greenwood  United States 17.37 23 20.47 12 37.84
21 8 Christophe Segura  France 17.28 21 20.78 19 38.06
22 31 Kurt Niederstatter  Italy 17.10 17 21.12 23 38.22
23 28 Charlie Cosnier  France 17.43 24 20.98 22 38.41
24 23 Ryan Wedding  Canada 17.64 26 20.97 21 38.61
25 20 Simon Schoch  Switzerland 17.49 25 21.14 24 38.63
26 30 Zeke Steggall  Australia 17.30 22 21.39 26 38.69
27 27 Peter Thorndike  United States 18.02 28 20.83 20 38.85
28 24 Jonas Aspman  Sweden 18.30 29 20.58 15 38.88
29 13 Jasey Jay Anderson  Canada 17.72 27 21.37 25 39.09
- 18 Ueli Kestenholz  Switzerland DNF - - - -
- 25 Tomaz Knafelj  Slovenia DNF - - - -
- 19 Simone Salvati  Italy DSQ - - - -

Elimination Round[edit]

In the elimination round, each head-to-head contest consists of two runs. If one competitor wins both runs, that competitor advances. If the runs are split, the racer with the overall fastest time advances.[1][3]

1/8 finals   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals
1  Jaquet (SUI) DSQ  
16  Huet (FRA)     16  Huet (FRA)  
8  Grabner (AUT)     8  Grabner (AUT) DSQ  
9  Kaltschütz (AUT) +1.57       16  Huet (FRA) DSQ  
5  Kosir (SLO)       4  Richardsson (SWE)  
12  Copp (SWE) +2.12     5  Kosir (SLO) +2.45
4  Richardsson (SWE)     4  Richardsson (SWE)  
13  Behounek (GER) +1.24       4  Richardsson (SWE) DSQ
3  Biveson (SWE) +0.00*       15  Schoch (SUI)
14  Feichter (ITA)     14  Feichter (ITA) +1.03  
6  Sylvestre (CAN) +0.05     11  Klug (USA)  
11  Klug (USA)       11  Klug (USA) DSQ
7  Bozzetto (FRA)       15  Schoch (SUI)  
10  Krassnig (AUT) +2.24     7  Bozzetto (FRA) DSQ Third place
2  Maier (AUT) DSQ     15  Schoch (SUI)   16  Huet (FRA)
15  Schoch (SUI)   11  Klug (USA)

* In a tie, the winner of the second run advances.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Salt Lake City 2002 Official Report - Snowboarding" (PDF). Salt Lake City Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. February 2002. Retrieved February 6, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Men's Parallel Giant Slalom Qualifications" (PDF). FIS. 14 February 2002. Retrieved 23 February 2014. 
  3. ^ "Men's Parallel Giant Slalom Results" (PDF). FIS. 15 February 2002. Retrieved 23 February 2014.