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Women's Super G

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Host City: Torino, Italy
Venue(s): , San Sicario Fraìteve
Date Started: February 20, 2006
Date Finished: February 20, 2006

Gold: AUT Michaela Dorfmeister
Silver: CRO Janica Kostelić
Bronze: AUT Alexandra Meissnitzer

Summary

The women's Super G had to be postponed one day because of snow. As in the downhill, the two favorites were Austrians Michaela Dorfmeister, gold medalist in that event, World Cup champion in 2005, and the 2003 World Champion in Super G, and Renate Götschl, Super G World Cup champion in 2004. Götschl skied poorly for her, placing only 26th. Dorfmeister was off 30th, last of the seeds, with the lead then held by Croatian Janica Kostelić, triple gold medalist at the 2002 Winter Olympics. But Dorfmeister bested her time by just over ¼ second to win her second gold medal in Torino. The bronze medal went to Dorfmeister's teammate, Alexandra Meissnitzer. Meissnitzer had been the best skier in the world in 1999, winning World Cup titles in the overall, Super G, and GS, and was World Champion that year in GS and Super G, but she had not reached that form since.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal T
1 Michaela Dorfmeister 32 Austria AUT Gold 1:32.47
2 Janica Kostelić 24 Croatia CRO Silver 1:32.74
3 Alexandra Meissnitzer 32 Austria AUT Bronze 1:33.06
4 Kelly Vanderbeek 23 Canada CAN 1:33.09
5 Carole Montillet-Carles 32 France FRA 1:33.31
6 Martina Schild 24 Switzerland SUI 1:33.33
7 Lindsey Kildow-Vonn 21 United States USA 1:33.42
8 Lucia Recchia 26 Italy ITA 1:33.48
9T Emily Brydon 25 Canada CAN 1:33.50
9T Petra Haltmayr 30 Germany GER 1:33.50
11 Julia Mancuso 21 United States USA 1:33.72
12 Anja Pärson 24 Sweden SWE 1:33.88
13 Andrea Fischbacher 20 Austria AUT 1:33.97
14 Kirsten Clark 28 United States USA 1:33.98
15 Sylviane Berthod 28 Switzerland SUI 1:34.00
16 Martina Ertl-Renz 32 Germany GER 1:34.03
17 Fränzi Aufdenblatten 25 Switzerland SUI 1:34.10
18 Urška Rabič 20 Slovenia SLO 1:34.12
19 Chemmy Alcott 23 Great Britain GBR 1:34.20
20 Geneviève Simard 25 Canada CAN 1:34.38
21 Nike Bent 24 Sweden SWE 1:34.41
22 Janette Hargin 28 Sweden SWE 1:34.48
23 Dagný Linda Kristjánsdóttir 25 Iceland ISL 1:34.56
24 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby 22 Sweden SWE 1:34.78
25 Marie Marchand-Arvier 20 France FRA 1:34.82
26 Renate Götschl 30 Austria AUT 1:34.83
27 Šárka Záhrobská-Strachová 21 Czech Republic CZE 1:34.98
28 Libby Ludlow 24 United States USA 1:35.01
29 Petra Robnik 21 Slovenia SLO 1:35.10
30 Carolina Ruiz 24 Spain ESP 1:35.20
31 Daniela Ceccarelli 30 Italy ITA 1:35.26
32 Ingrid Jacquemod 27 France FRA 1:35.28
33 Tina Weirather 16 Liechtenstein LIE 1:35.34
34 Sherry Lawrence 22 Canada CAN 1:35.47
35 Nadia Styger 27 Switzerland SUI 1:35.57
36 Lucie Hrstková 24 Czech Republic CZE 1:35.62
37 María José Rienda 30 Spain ESP 1:36.03
38 Nadia Fanchini 19 Italy ITA 1:36.46
39 Tina Maze 22 Slovenia SLO 1:36.64
40 Nika Fleiss 21 Croatia CRO 1:36.65
41 Alexandra Coletti 22 Monaco MON 1:37.02
42 Olesya Aliyeva 28 Russia RUS 1:37.12
43 Jelena Lolović 24 Serbia and Montenegro SCG 1:37.45
44 Soňa Maculová 18 Slovakia SVK 1:37.87
45 Ana Drev 20 Slovenia SLO 1:37.92
46 Chirine Njeim 21 Lebanon LIB 1:37.93
47 María Belén Simari Birkner 23 Argentina ARG 1:38.02
48 Jana Gantnerová 16 Slovakia SVK 1:38.40
49 Leire Morlans 18 Spain ESP 1:38.53
50 Macarena Benvenuto 17 Chile CHI 1:41.52
51 Christelle Douibi 20 Algeria ALG 1:43.54
AC Elena Fanchini 20 Italy ITA DNF
AC Daniela Anguita 21 Chile CHI DNF
AC Eva Hučková 17 Slovakia SVK [1:39.33] DQ