Alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Men's super-G

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Men's super-G
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Pictogram for alpine skiing
Venue Snowbasin
Date February 16
Competitors 56 from 23 nations
Winning time 1:21.58
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Stephan Eberharter  Austria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Andreas Schifferer  Austria
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The event was held on February 16 at Snowbasin. Ten years after his first Olympic title in 1992, Kjetil André Aamodt of Norway won his second super-G gold, and his second gold of the 2002 Games.

Results

The results of the men's super-G event in alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Rank Name Country Time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 1:21.58
2nd, silver medalist(s) Stephan Eberharter  Austria 1:21.68 +0.10
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Andreas Schifferer  Austria 1:21.83 +0.25
4 Fritz Strobl  Austria 1:21.92 +0.34
5 Bjarne Solbakken  Norway 1:22.10 +0.52
6 Didier Défago  Switzerland 1:22.27 +0.69
7 Christoph Gruber  Austria 1:22.35 +0.77
8 Daron Rahlves  United States 1:22.48 +0.90
9 Thomas Vonn  United States 1:23.22 +1.64
10 Paul Accola  Switzerland 1:23.33 +1.75
11 Patrik Järbyn  Sweden 1:23.40 +1.82
12 Tobias Grünenfelder  Switzerland 1:23.43 +1.85
13 Gregor Sparovec  Slovenia 1:23.52 +1.94
Marco Büchel  Liechtenstein
15 Jernej Koblar  Slovenia 1:23.82 +2.24
Sébastien Fournier-Bidoz  France
17 Roland Fischnaller  Italy 1:23.87 +2.29
18 Patrick Staudacher  Italy 1:23.95 +2.37
19 Kenneth Sivertsen  Norway 1:24.16 +2.58
20 Christophe Saioni  France 1:24.28 +2.70
21 Andrej Jerman  Slovenia 1:24.35 +2.77
22 Max Rauffer  Germany 1:24.54 +2.96
23 Pavel Chestakov  Russia 1:25.16 +3.58
24 Petr Záhrobský  Czech Republic 1:25.67 +4.09
25 Scott Macartney  United States 1:25.80 +4.22
26 Kurt Sulzenbacher  Italy 1:26.44 +4.86
27 Craig Branch  Australia 1:27.15 +5.57
28 Ivan Heimschild  Slovakia 1:27.74 +6.16
29 Nikolay Skriabin  Ukraine 1:27.84 +6.26
30 Nicolas Arsel  Argentina 1:28.55 +6.97
31 Duncan Grob  Chile 1:30.35 +8.77
32 Agustin Garcia Jurgo  Argentina 1:30.59 +9.01
33 Paul Schwarzacher-Joyce  Ireland 1:31.30 +9.72
34 Peter Vincze  Hungary 1:50.40 +28.82
Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic DNS
Fredrik Nyberg  Sweden DNF
Lasse Kjus  Norway DNF
Alessandro Fattori  Italy DNF
Claude Crétier  France DNF
Darin McBeath  Canada DNF
Jürgen Hasler  Liechtenstein DNF
Marco Sullivan  United States DNF
Thomas Grandi  Canada DNF
Michael Riegler  Liechtenstein DNF
Borek Zakouril  Czech Republic DNF
Ed Podivinsky  Canada DNF
Andrey Filichkin  Russia DNF
Yasuyuki Takishita  Japan DNF
Mikael Gayme  Chile DNF
Sergey Komarov  Russia DNF
Maui Gayme  Chile DNF
Vassilis Dimitriadis  Greece DNF
Andrei Drygin  Tajikistan DNF
Didier Cuche  Switzerland DSQ
Peter Pen  Slovenia DSQ
A. J. Bear  Australia DSQ

References

  • Official Olympic Report
  • results
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