Slalom M - Alpine Skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino - Results

Men's Slalom - Alpine Skiing
Torino 2006 Winter Olympics

Alpine Skiing at the Torino 2006 Winter Olympics  Torino 2006 Olympic Games - Alpine Skiing
Men's Slalom 2006
Final
Benjamin Raich AUT 1.43,14
Reinfried Herbst AUT 1.43,97
Rainer Schönfelder AUT 1.44,15
4. Andre Myhrer SWE 1.44,18
- Kemtaro Minagawa JPN 1.44,18
6. Ivica Kostelic CRO 1.44,45
7. Naoki Yuasa JPN 1.44,57
8. Johan Brolenius SWE 1.44,81
9. Thomas Grandi CAN 1.44,84
10. Martin Hansson SWE 1.45,24
11. Pierrick Bourgeat FRA 1.45,48
12. James Cochran USA 1.45,68
13. Drago Grubelnik SLO 1.45,69
14. Marc Berthod SUI 1.46,00
15. Silvan Zurbriggen SUI 1.46,10
16. Alain Baxter GBR 1.46,15
17. Michael Janyk CAN 1.46,19
18. Chip Knight USA 1.46,26
19. Bernard Vajdic SLO 1.46,43
20. Noel Baxter GBR 1.47,22
21. Martin Vrablik CZE 1.47,40
22. Bjørgvin Bjørgvinsson ISL 1.51,23
23. Vassilis Dimitriadis GRE 1.51,38
24. Jaroslav Babusiak SVK 1.52,06
25. Stefan Georgiev BUL 1.52,55
26. Ivan Heimschild SVK 1.53,98
27. Roger Vidosa AND 1.54,03
28. Kristjan Oskarsson ISL 1.54,70
29. Anton Konovalov RUS 1.54,71
30. Marco Schafferer BIH 1.57,17
31. Mickey Ross NZL 1.57,80
32. Iason Abramashvili GEO 1.58,67
33. Natko Zrncic-Dim CRO 1.59,03
34. Olivier Jenot MON 1.59,13
35. Kristinn Valsson ISL 1.59,80
36. Nikolay Skriabin UKR 1.59,96
37. Mikail Renzhin ISR 2.00,73
38. Theodoros Khristodoulou CYP 2.06,55
39. Johannes Schmidt GER 2.08,63
40. Hamit Sare TUR 2.09,13
41. Alidad Saveh Shemshaki IRI 2.09,56
42. Attila Marosi HUN 2.10,28
43. George Salameh LIB 2.11,61
44. Vitalij Rumiancev LTU 2.13,46
45. Abraham Sarkakhyan ARM 2.16,21
46. Kayrat Ermetov UZB 2.20,88
47. Yasuhiro Ikuta JPN 2.23,28
Alois Vogl GER dnf
Dalibor Samsal CRO dnf
Felix Neureuther GER dnf
Patrick Thaler ITA dnf
Danko Marinelli CRO dnf
Dean Todorov BUL dnf
Mitja Valencic SLO dnf
Mathieu Razanakolona MAD dnf
Markus Larsson SWE dnf
Dmitrij Ulianov RUS dnf
Daniel Albrecht SUI dnf
Manfred Mölgg ITA dnf
Alex Antor AND dnf
Michal Kalwa POL dnf
Jono Brauer AUS dnf
Leyti Seck SEN dnf
Giorgio Rocca ITA dnf
Jukka Rajala FIN dnf
Aksel Lund Svindal NOR dnf
Mario Matt AUT dnf
Aleksandr Khoroshilov RUS dnf
Filip Trejbal CZE dnf
Lars Elton Myhre NOR dnf
Victor Ryabchenko KAZ dnf
Ales Gorza SLO dnf
Akira Sasaki JPN dnf
Bode Miller USA dnf
Mihail Sediankov BUL dnf
Jean-Baptiste Grange FRA dnf
Jean-Philippe Roy CAN dnf
Alexander Heath RSA dnf
Guangxu Li CHN dnf
Cristian Simari Birkner ARG dnf
Stephane Tissot FRA dnf
Krystof Kryzl CZE dnf
Patrick Biggs CAN dnf
Hans-Petter Buraas NOR dnf
Sindri Mar Palsson ISL dnf
Gjorgi Markovski MKD dnf
James Leuzinger GBR dnf
Erjon Tola ALB dnf
Jean-Pierre Vidal FRA dns
Deyvid Oprja EST dns
Pavel Shestakov RUS dns
Ondrej Bank CZE dns
Zelimir Vukovic SCG dq
Kang Min-heuk KOR dq
Kalle Palander FIN dq
Ted Ligety USA dq
Ivan Borisov KGZ dq
Men's Slalom - Alpine Skiing - Torino 2006 Winter Olympics

Event Format: Each skier ran two races down the slalom course. In the slalom event the skiers had to pass a number of gates marked with poles. In slalom the gates were placed much closer than in the giant slalom event and the skiers had to make quicker and shorter turns. The Olympic gold medal winner was the athlete with the best total time for the two races.

Event facts: Men's Slalom competition was held at the Sestriere and 93 athletes participated in the event. The final took place on Thursday, January 3, 2019 and competitions began on Thursday, January 3, 2019.

These results for Men's Slalom - Torino 2006 Winter Olympics - are based on the official olympic reports and the Olympian Database
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