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Alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics

Alpine skiing
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
Venue Snowbasin (downhill, super-G, combined),
Park City (giant slalom),
Deer Valley (slalom),
Utah, United States
Dates 10–23 February 2002
Alpine skiing at the
2002 Winter Olympics
Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

Alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics consisted of ten events held near Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The downhill, super-G and combined events were held at Snowbasin, the giant slalom at Park City, and the slalom at Deer Valley. The ten events took place 10–23 February 2002.[1]

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Croatia (CRO) 3 1 0 4
2  Austria (AUT) 2 2 5 9
3  France (FRA) 2 2 0 4
4  Norway (NOR) 2 1 1 4
5  Italy (ITA) 1 1 1 3
6  United States (USA) 0 2 0 2
7  Sweden (SWE) 0 1 1 2
8  Germany (GER) 0 0 1 1
 Switzerland (SUI) 0 0 1 1

Source:[1]

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Downhill
 Fritz Strobl
Austria (AUT)
1:39.13  Lasse Kjus
Norway (NOR)
1:39.35  Stephan Eberharter
Austria (AUT)
1:39.41
Combined
 Kjetil André Aamodt
Norway (NOR)
3:17.56  Bode Miller
United States (USA)
3:17.84  Benjamin Raich
Austria (AUT)
3:18.26
Super-G
 Kjetil André Aamodt
Norway (NOR)
1:21.58  Stephan Eberharter
Austria (AUT)
1:21.68  Andreas Schifferer
Austria (AUT)
1:21.83
Giant slalom
 Stephan Eberharter
Austria (AUT)
2:23.28  Bode Miller
United States (USA)
2:24.16  Lasse Kjus
Norway (NOR)
2:24.32
Slalom
 Jean-Pierre Vidal
France (FRA)
1:41.06  Sébastien Amiez
France (FRA)
1:41.82  Benjamin Raich
Austria (AUT)
1:42.41

Source:[1]

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Downhill
 Carole Montillet
France (FRA)
1:39.56  Isolde Kostner
Italy (ITA)
1:40.01  Renate Götschl
Austria (AUT)
1:40.39
Combined
 Janica Kostelić
Croatia (CRO)
2:43.28  Renate Götschl
Austria (AUT)
2:44.77  Martina Ertl
Germany (GER)
2:45.16
Super-G
 Daniela Ceccarelli
Italy (ITA)
1:13.59  Janica Kostelić
Croatia (CRO)
1:13.64  Karen Putzer
Italy (ITA)
1:13.86
Giant slalom
 Janica Kostelić
Croatia (CRO)
2:30.01  Anja Pärson
Sweden (SWE)
2:31.33  Sonja Nef
Switzerland (SUI)
2:31.67
Slalom
 Janica Kostelić
Croatia (CRO)
1:46.10  Laure Pequegnot
France (FRA)
1:46.17  Anja Pärson
Sweden (SWE)
1:47.09

Source:[1]

Course information

Date Race Start
elevation
Finish
elevation
Vertical
drop
Course
length
Average
gradient
Sun 10 Feb Downhill – men  2,831 m (9,288 ft)  1,948 m (6,391 ft)  883 m (2,897 ft)  2.860 km (1.777 mi) 30.9%
Tue 12 Feb Downhill – women 2,748 m (9,016 ft) 1,948 m (6,391 ft) 800 m (2,625 ft) 2.694 km (1.674 mi) 29.7%
Wed 13 Feb Downhill (K) – men 2,787 m (9,144 ft) 1,948 m (6,391 ft) 839 m (2,753 ft) 2.679 km (1.665 mi) 31.3%
Thu 14 Feb Downhill (K) – women 2,655 m (8,711 ft) 1,948 m (6,391 ft) 707 m (2,320 ft) 2.237 km (1.390 mi) 31.6%
Sat 16 Feb Super-G – men 2,596 m (8,517 ft) 1,948 m (6,391 ft) 648 m (2,126 ft) 2.068 km (1.285 mi) 31.3%
Sun 17 Feb Super-G – women 2,548 m (8,360 ft) 1,948 m (6,391 ft) 600 m (1,969 ft) 1.944 km (1.208 mi) 30.9%
Thu 21 Feb Giant slalom – men 2,510 m (8,235 ft) 2,120 m (6,955 ft) 390 m (1,280 ft)
Fri 22 Feb Giant slalom – women 2,510 m (8,235 ft) 2,120 m (6,955 ft) 390 m (1,280 ft)
Sat 23 Feb Slalom – men 2,488 m (8,163 ft) 2,274 m (7,461 ft) 214 m (702 ft)   
Wed 20 Feb Slalom – women 2,488 m (8,163 ft) 2,274 m (7,461 ft) 214 m (702 ft)   
Wed 13 Feb Slalom (K) – men 2,113 m (6,932 ft) 1,948 m (6,391 ft) 165 m (541 ft)   
Thu 14 Feb Slalom (K) – women 2,100 m (6,890 ft) 1,948 m (6,391 ft) 152 m (499 ft)   

Source:[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "The Official Report of the XIX Olympic Winter Games - Salt Lake 2002". Salt Lake Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. 2002. Retrieved 25 February 2014. 

External links

  • FIS-Ski.com – alpine skiing – 2002 Winter Olympics – Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
  • Sports Reference – 2002 Winter Olympics – Alpine skiing
  • (German)
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