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Alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Men's giant slalom

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Alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Men's giant slalom

Men's giant slalom
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games

Pictogram for alpine skiing
Venue Park City
Date February 21
Competitors 78 from 39 nations
Winning time 2:23.28
Medalists
Gold medal    Austria
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    Norway


The event was held on February 21 at Park City. Stephan Eberharter, age 32.9, became the oldest man to win an alpine event at the Olympics.

Results

Complete results from the men's giant slalom event at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Time Difference
1st Stephan Eberharter Austria 1:11.98 1:11.30 2:23.28
2nd Bode Miller United States 1:12.89 1:11.27 2:24.16 +0.88
3rd Lasse Kjus Norway 1:12.79 1:11.53 2:24.32 +1.04
4 Benjamin Raich Austria 1:12.83 1:11.57 2:24.40 +1.12
5 Christoph Gruber Austria 1:12.82 1:11.59 2:24.41 +1.13
6 Bjarne Solbakken Norway 1:13.15 1:11.35 2:24.40 +1.22
7 Kjetil André Aamodt Norway 1:13.14 1:11.48 2:24.62 +1.34
8 Massimiliano Blardone Italy 1:12.72 1:12.15 2:24.87 +1.59
9 Ivica Kostelić Croatia 1:13.05 1:11.87 2:24.92 +1.64
10 Didier Cuche Switzerland 1:13.25 1:11.75 2:25.00 +1.72
11 Michael von Grünigen Switzerland 1:13.27 1:11.80 2:25.07 +1.79
12 Thomas Grandi Canada 1:13.74 1:11.50 2:25.24 +1.96
13 Fredrik Nyberg Sweden 1:13.41 1:11.88 2:25.29 +2.01
14 Didier Défago Switzerland 1:13.74 1:11.80 2:25.54 +2.26
15 Frederic Covili France 1:13.70 1:11.95 2:25.65 +2.37
16 Dane Spencer United States 1:14.03 1:11.65 2:25.68 +2.40
17 Marco Büchel Liechtenstein 1:13.67 1:12.22 2:25.89 +2.61
18 Jernej Koblar Slovenia 1:13.15 1:13.21 2:26.36 +3.08
19 Thomas Vonn United States 1:14.59 1:11.87 2:26.46 +3.18
20 Kenneth Sivertsen Norway 1:14.16 1:12.35 2:26.51 +3.23
21 Joël Chenal France 1:13.76 1:13.32 2:27.08 +3.08
22 Alessandro Roberto Italy 1:14.65 1:12.88 2:27.53 +4.25
23 Achim Vogt Liechtenstein 1:14.84 1:12.74 2:27.58 +4.30
24 Patrik Järbyn Sweden 1:14.95 1:12.71 2:27.66 +4.38
25 Stanley Hayer Czech Republic 1:14.69 1:13.14 2:27.83 +4.55
26 Giorgio Rocca Italy 1:14.91 1:12.94 2:27.85 +4.57
27 Markus Ganahl Liechtenstein 1:14.70 1:13.22 2:27.92 +4.64
28 Mitja Kunc Slovenia 1:14.95 1:13.22 2:28.17 +4.89
29 Ross Green Great Britain 1:15.90 1:13.41 2:29.31 +6.03
30 Cristian Javier Simari Birkner Argentina 1:16.00 1:13.79 2:29.79 +6.51
31 Petr Záhrobský Czech Republic 1:15.82 1:14.14 2:29.96 +6.68
32 Pavel Chestakov Russia 1:15.80 1:14.17 2:29.97 +6.69
33 Bradley Wall Australia 1:15.69 1:14.59 2:30.28 +7.00
34 Akira Sasaki Japan 1:16.11 1:14.47 2:30.58 +7.30
35 Michael Riegler Liechtenstein 1:16.16 1:14.58 2:30.74 +7.46
36 Alex Antor Andorra 1:16.66 1:14.73 2:31.39 +8.11
37 Kiminobu Kimura Japan 1:17.19 1:14.67 2:31.86 +8.58
38 Stefan Georgiev Bulgaria 1:18.01 1:15.00 2:33.01 +9.73
39 Victor Gomez Andorra 1:17.83 1:15.50 2:33.33 +10.05
40 Sergey Komarov Russia 1:17.78 1:25.78 2:33.56 +10.28
41 Marko Đorđević Yugoslavia 1:17.25 1:16.40 2:33.65 +10.37
42 Kristinn Magnusson Iceland 1:17.50 1:16.29 2:33.79 +10.51
43 Vassillis Dimitriadis Greece 1:19.30 1:16.85 2:36.15 +12.87
44 Tahir Bisic Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:18.96 1:17.21 2:36.17 +12.89
45 Nikolay Skriabin Ukraine 1:18.57 1:17.70 2:36.27 +12.99
46 Min Heuk Kang South Korea 1:19.11 1:17.99 2:37.10 +13.82
47 Jong Moon Byun South Korea 1:19.49 1:17.11 2:37.20 +13.92
48 Alexander Heath South Africa 1:19.32 1:17.95 2:37.27 +13.99
49 Maui Gayme Chile 1:19.76 1:17.58 2:37.34 +14.06
50 Jesse Teat New Zealand 1:20.31 1:17.76 2:38.07 +14.79
51 Todd Haywood New Zealand 1:19.99 1:18.11 2:38.10 +14.82
52 Dejan Panovski Macedonia 1:20.48 1:18.30 2:38.78 +15.50
53 Danil Anisimov Kazakhstan 1:21.40 1:19.21 2:40.61 +17.33
54 Theodoros Christodoulou Cyprus 1:21.67 1:19.92 2:41.59 +18.31
55 Laurence Thoms Fiji 1:22.01 1:19.97 2:41.98 +18.70
56 Peter Vincze Hungary 1:23.99 1:22.74 2:46.73 +23.45
57 Gian Matteo Giordani San Marino 1:25.02 1:23.29 2:48.31 +25.03
Alexander Ploner Italy 1:12.86 DNF
Uros Pavlovcic Slovenia 1:14.01 DNF
Jure Kosir Slovenia 1:14.10 DNF
Vincent Millet France 1:14.03 DNF
Tobias Grünenfeld Switzerland 1:14.15 DNF
Jean-Philippe Roy Canada 1:14.34 DNF
Kalle Palander Finland 1:14.57 DNF
Borek Zakouril Czech Republic 1:15.56 DNF
Andrey Filichkin Russia 1:15.74 DNF
Björgvin Björgvinsson Iceland 1:15.86 DNF
Enis Becirbegovic Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:17.56 DNF
Johann F. Haraldsson Iceland 1:19.10 DNF
Seung Wook Hur South Korea 1:19.32 DNF
Andrei Drygin Tajikistan 1:22.01 DNF
Erik Schlopy United States 1:24.06 DNS
Hans Knauß Austria DNF
Sami Uotila Finland DNF
Ondřej Bank Czech Republic DNF
Ivan Heimschild Slovakia DNF
Ivars Ciaguns Latvia DNF
Nikolai Hentsch Brazil DSQ

References

  • Official Olympic Report
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