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Two in a row for Ted...perhaps on his way to another Globe...

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...with no other team member in the top 30.  He certainly didn't lose anthing with the equipment change and extra cash.

 

Results 


Place   Val d Isere (FRA)   Discipline   Giant Slalom
Date   11.12.2010   Category   FIS World Cup
Race codex   0470   Gender   M
Valid for FIS Points   YES   TD Name   Malsiner Markus (ITA)
       
  
Nation:  
Rank Bib FIS Code Name Year Nation Run 1 Run 2 Total Time FIS Points
 1  3  534562 LIGETY Ted 1984  USA   1:11.37  1:14.89  2:26.26  0.00
 2  13  421328 SVINDAL Aksel Lund 1982  NOR   1:11.63  1:15.68  2:27.31  6.25
 3  1  292000 BLARDONE Massimiliano 1979  ITA   1:12.01  1:15.46  2:27.47  7.20
 4  2  511313 JANKA Carlo 1986  SUI   1:12.96  1:14.85  2:27.81  9.22
 5  7  50625 RAICH Benjamin 1978  AUT   1:12.59  1:15.33  2:27.92  9.87
 6  6  53831 HIRSCHER Marcel 1989  AUT   1:12.49  1:15.54  2:28.03  10.53
 7  4  292120 SIMONCELLI Davide 1979  ITA   1:13.03  1:15.20  2:28.23  11.72
 8  17  511352 VILETTA Sandro 1986  SUI   1:13.36  1:15.06  2:28.42  12.85
 9  12  292491 MOELGG Manfred 1982  ITA   1:13.94  1:14.65  2:28.59  13.86
 10  5  421483 JANSRUD Kjetil 1985  NOR   1:13.36  1:15.33  2:28.69  14.45
 11  19  191750 FANARA Thomas 1981  FRA   1:13.40  1:15.37  2:28.77  14.93
 12  15  191423 RICHARD Cyprien 1979  FRA   1:13.51  1:15.29  2:28.80  15.11
 13  30  191746 DE TESSIERES Gauthier 1981  FRA   1:13.47  1:15.37  2:28.84  15.35
 14  26  500656 LARSSON Markus 1979  SWE   1:13.75  1:15.36  2:29.11  16.95
 15  18  192506 MISSILLIER Steve 1984  FRA   1:14.06  1:15.24  2:29.30  18.08
 16  39  202462 DOPFER Fritz 1987  GER   1:15.24  1:14.50  2:29.74  20.70
 16  25  50742 REICHELT Hannes 1980  AUT   1:14.84  1:14.90  2:29.74  20.70
 18  20  420148 KARLSEN Truls Ove 1975  NOR   1:14.43  1:15.33  2:29.76  20.82
 19  16  380260 KOSTELIC Ivica 1979  CRO   1:13.50  1:16.30  2:29.80  21.06
 20  10  51215 BAUMANN Romed 1986  AUT   1:14.55  1:15.31  2:29.86  21.41
 21  21  510997 BERTHOD Marc 1983  SUI   1:14.07  1:16.09  2:30.16  23.20
 22  22  150398 BANK Ondrej 1980  CZE   1:14.21  1:15.99  2:30.20  23.44
 23  29  51159 NOESIG Christoph 1985  AUT   1:14.89  1:15.73  2:30.62  25.93
 24  51  102961 DIXON Robbie 1985  CAN   1:14.65  1:16.02  2:30.67  26.23
 25  31  510890 ZURBRIGGEN Silvan 1981  SUI   1:15.08  1:15.68  2:30.76  26.77
 26  23  180251 PALANDER Kalle 1977  FIN   1:14.89  1:15.89  2:30.78  26.89
 27  24  292056 GUFLER Michael 1979  ITA   1:15.33  1:15.68  2:31.01  28.25
 28  35  292967 EISATH Florian 1984  ITA   1:14.87  1:16.16  2:31.03  28.37
 29  11  510030 CUCHE Didier 1974  SUI   1:13.99  1:18.02  2:32.01  34.20
 30  28  201702 NEUREUTHER Felix 1984  GER   1:13.79  1:25.01  2:38.80  74.59
Did not qualify 1st run 

 

post #2 of 6

Be careful about reporting results in a subject line - some Bears can't see the races until the evening broadcasts and go into results moratorium until then.

 

Using the spoiler markup to hide the results works, too.

 

Just a friendly reminder!  :)

 

Otherwise, huzzah for the guy from Park City!

post #3 of 6

It's now three in a row, right? With the win in Alta Badia.

OTOH the Eye-talians have been awfully bad in their supposed home turf of said Alta Badia....sigh.

post #4 of 6

Strange World Cup so far. Ligety skiing like Stenmark in GS, Walchofer partying like it's 2005 and Zurbriggen skiing like, well, Zurbriggen, except that other one.

As Bill Russell used to say, "someone's gonna win this ballgame, Rick." But right now, hard to say who. With a lot of guys soaking up points at different ends of the specialty spectrum, there's the possibility of a lowish points total taking the Cup (and I mean the overall Cup, I'd say Ligety's a lock for the little one). That means we might see someone like Ligety win it all without scoring any real points in, say, downhill, or a boring-old Svindal winning without scoring more than 60 points in any given race. I'm liking what I see so far, though. And a GREAT downhill at Val Gardena last week on a lightning fast course.

post #5 of 6

Ligety is just flawless.  It's amazing to watch.

post #6 of 6
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Originally Posted by prickly View Post

Strange World Cup so far. Ligety skiing like Stenmark in GS, Walchofer partying like it's 2005 and Zurbriggen skiing like, well, Zurbriggen, except that other one.
 


Haaa haaa... love it  biggrin.gif

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