Snowboarding at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Men's parallel giant slalom

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Men's parallel giant slalom
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Venue Bardonecchia
Date February 22, 2006
Competitors 36 from 14 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Philipp Schoch  Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Simon Schoch  Switzerland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Siegfried Grabner  Austria
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The men's parallel giant slalom event in snowboarding at the 2006 Winter Olympics was held in Bardonecchia, a village in the Province of Turin, Italy. The competition took place on February 22, 2006.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Philipp Schoch
 Switzerland
Silver Simon Schoch
 Switzerland
Bronze Siegfried Grabner
 Austria

Qualification[edit]

The qualification runs started at 10 a.m.(UTC+1)

The athletes were allowed two runs, one on the blue course and one on the red course. The two times were added, and the top 16 snowboarders moved on to the 1/8 finals.[1]

Rank Bib Name Nationality Blue course (time) Rank Red course (time) Rank Total time
1 12 Simon Schoch  Switzerland 33.98 1 35.40 5 1:09.38
2 15 Philipp Schoch  Switzerland 35.42 11 34.41 1 1:09.83
3 3 Heinz Inniger  Switzerland 35.51 12 34.45 2 1:09.96
4 2 Andreas Prommegger  Austria 34.37 2 35.98 10 1:10.35
5 4 Gilles Jaquet  Switzerland 34.55 3 35.92 8 1:10.47
6 13 Siegfried Grabner  Austria 35.66 13 34.99 4 1:10.65
7 16 Nicolas Huet  France 34.67 4 36.05 11 1:10.72
8 14 Dejan Kosir  Slovenia 34.84 6 36.22 15 1:11.06
9 8 Tyler Jewell  United States 34.96 7 36.17 14 1:11.13
10 1 Rok Flander  Slovenia 36.38 20 34.80 3 1:11.18
11 6 Richard Richardsson  Sweden 34.76 5 36.70 21 1:11.46
12 22 Roland Fischnaller  Italy 35.15 8 36.46 17 1:11.61
13 5 Mathieu Bozzetto  France 35.38 9 36.64 19 1:12.02
14 10 Harald Walder  Austria 35.40 10 36.71 22 1:12.11
15 21 Emanuel Oppliger  Australia 35.56 24 35.55 6 1:12.11
16 7 Daniel Biveson  Sweden 36.07 14 36.08 12 1:12.15
17 19 Markus Ebner  Germany 36.32 16 35.90 7 1:12.22
18 18 Denis Salagaev  Russia 36.36 18 35.96 8 1:12.32
19 23 Patrick Bussler  Germany 36.42 22 36.12 13 1:12.54
20 11 Jasey Jay Anderson  Canada 36.18 15 35.57 18 1:12.75
21 26 Izidor Sustersic  Slovenia 36.32 16 36.64 19 1:12.96
22 9 Meinhard Erlacher  Italy 36.88 26 36.34 16 1:13.22
23 29 Filip Fischer  Sweden 36.46 23 36.97 23 1:13.43
24 27 Simone Salvati  Italy 36.39 21 37.09 24 1:13.48
25 24 Alexandr Belkin  Russia 36.66 25 37.38 25 1:14.04
26 25 Tomaz Knafelj  Slovenia 36.37 19 38.50 28 1:14.87
27 31 Radoslav Židek  Slovakia 38.30 28 38.21 26 1:16.51
28 30 Kentaro Tsuruoka  Japan 39.71 29 38.43 27 1:18.14
29 20 Philippe Berubé  Canada 36.88 26 53.15 30 1:30.03
30 17 Alexander Maier  Austria - DSQ 40.57 29
- 28 Rudi Galli  Italy - DSQ - -

Elimination round[edit]

The elimination round started at 1 p.m.(UTC+1)[2]

Medal round[edit]

Round of 16   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals
1  S. Schoch (SUI)  
16  Biveson (SWE) +0.52     1  S. Schoch (SUI)  
8  Kosir (SLO)     8  Kosir (SLO) +1.27  
9  Jewell (USA) +0.30       1  S. Schoch (SUI)  
5  Jaquet (SUI)       13  Bozzetto (FRA) +0.38  
12  Fischnaller (ITA) +0.51     5  Jaquet (SUI) +1.54
4  Prommegger (AUT) +0.54     13  Bozzetto (FRA)  
13  Bozzetto (FRA)       1  S. Schoch (SUI) +0.73
3  Inniger (SUI)       2  P. Schoch (SUI)
14  Walder (AUT) +0.66     3  Inniger (SUI) +0.61  
6  Grabner (AUT)     6  Grabner (AUT)  
11  Richardsson (SWE) +1.44       6  Grabner (AUT) +0.34
7  Huet (FRA) +0.53       2  P. Schoch (SUI)  
10  Flander (SLO)     10  Flander (SLO) +1.07 Third place
2  P. Schoch (SUI)     2  P. Schoch (SUI)   13  Bozzetto (FRA) +0.41
15  Oppliger (AUS) +1.37   6  Grabner (AUT)

Classification 5–8[edit]

  Placement 5–8            
  8  Kosir (SLO)  
  5  Jaquet (SUI) DSQ   Placement 5–6
      5  Jaquet (SUI) +0.41
  Placement 5–8   10  Flander (SLO)
  3  Inniger (SUI)
  10  Flander (SLO) +0.14   Placement 7–8
    8  Kosir (SLO) +0.42
    3  Inniger (SUI)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom". Torino 2006. 22 February 2006. Retrieved 23 February 2014. 
  2. ^ "Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom Finals". Torino 2006. 22 February 2006.