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World Alpine Championships Final Results

February 13, 2005



1. Germany, 26 points (2-2-1-7_12) - (3-1-1-9_14).

2. Austria 29 (5-3-2-2_12) - (9-5-2-1_17).

3. France 38 (3-9-3-5_20) - (7-2-4-5_18).

4. United States, 39 (9-1-9-1_20) - (2-9-5-3_19).

5. Canada, 42 (3-4-6-3_16) - (3-9-6-8_26).

6. Switzerland, 46 (9-5-4-6_24) - (1-6-9-6_22).

7. Sweden, 48 (9-8-9-9_35) - (5-3-3-2_13).

8. Italy 50 (1-6-9-8_24) - (9-4-9-4_26).

9. Slovenia, 54 (9-7-5-4_25) - (6-7-9-7_29).

Super-G

Serie 1

1. Nadia Fanchini, Italy, 1 minute, 7.72 seconds.

2. Hilde Gerg, Germany, 0.57 seconds behind.

3. Emily Brydon, Canada, 0.71.

3. Carole Montillet-Carles, France, 0.71.

5. Renate Goetschl, Austria, 1.25

Julia Mancuso, United States, did not finish.

Serie 2

1. Bode Miller, United States, 1:04.49.

2. Florian Eckert, Germany, 0.21.

3. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 0.27.

4. Erik Guay, Canada, 0.76.

5. Didier Defago, Switzerland, 0.97.

6. Peter Fill, Italy, 1.56.

7. Ales Gorza, Slovenia, 2.00.

Serie 3

1. Martina Ertl, Germany, 1:07.83.

2. Kathrin Zettel, Austria, 0.31.

3. Ingrid Jacquemod, France, 0.59.

4. Nadia Styger, Switzerland, 1.42.

5. Urska Rabic, Slovenia, 1.64.

6. Brigitte Acton, Canada, 2.23.

Lindsey Kildow, United States, did not finish.

Serie 4

1. Daron Rahlves, United States, 1:04.27.

2. Michael Walchhofer, Austria, 0.34.

3. Francois Bourque, Canada, 0.98.

4. Andrej Sporn, Slovenia, 1.95.

5. Jean-Pierre Vidal, France, 2.13.

6. Daniel Albrecht, Switzerland, 2.20.

7. Andreas Ertl, Germany, 2.65.

Standings

After Super-G series

1. Germany, 12 points (2-2-1-7).

2. Austria, 12 (5-3-2-2).

3. Canada, 16 (3-4-6-3).

4. United States, 20 (9-1-9-1).

5. France, 20 (3-9-3-5).

6. Italy, 24 (1-6-9-8).

7. Switzerland, 24 (9-5-4-6).

8. Slovenia, 25 (9-7-5-4).

9. Sweden, 35 (9-8-9-9).

Slalom

Serie 1

1. Sonja Nef, Switzerland, 45.09 seconds.

2. Sarah Schleper, United States, 0.37 seconds behind.

3. Emily Brydon, Canada, 1.06.

3. Martina Ertl, Germany, 1.06.

5. Janette Hargin, Sweden, 1.25.

6. Tina Maze, Slovenia, 1.40.

7. Laure Pequegnot, France, 1.56.

Serie 2

1. Felix Neureuther, Germany, 42.71 seconds.

2. Pierrick Bourgeat, France, 0.27 behind.

3. Andre Myhrer, Sweden, 0.32.

4. Giorgio Rocca, Italy, 0.42.

5. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 0.62.

6. Silvan Zurbriggen, Switzerland, 0.66.

7. Jure Kosir, Slovenia, 0.82.

Bode Miller, United States, disqualified.

Patrick Biggs, Canada, did not finish.

Serie 3

1. Monika Bergmann-Schmuderer, Germany, 45.98 seconds.

2. Kathrin Zettel, Austria, 0.34 behind.

3. Therese Borsson, Sweden, 0.44.

4. Christel Pascal, France, 0.92.

5. Julia Mancuso, United States, 1.21.

6. Brigitte Acton, Canada, 1.25.

Serie 4

1. Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria, 43.50 seconds.

2. Markus Larsson, Sweden, 0.21 behind.

3. Ted Ligety, United States, 0.26.

4. Manfred Moelgg, Italy, 0.43.

5. Jean-Pierre Vidal, France, 0.59.

6. Daniel Albrecht, Switzerland, 0.70.

7. Mitja Dragsic, Slovenia, 0.89.

8. Thomas Grandi, Canada, 1.36.

9. Andreas Ertl, Germany, 1.90.

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