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SkiCoupe du monde - Slalom messieurs: le classement

Kranjska Gora (Slovénie), 15 mars 2015 (AFP) - Résultats du slalom de la Coupe du monde messieurs de ski alpin, dimanche, à Kranjska Gora: 1.

Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) 1:41.26 (50.51 50.75) 2. Giuliano Razzoli (ITA) 1:41.50 (50.40 51.10) 3. Mattias Hargin (SWE) 1:42.12 (50.21 51.91) 4. Markus Larsson (SWE) 1:42.28 (51.20 51.08) 5. Alexandr Horoshilov (RUS) 1:42.33 (50.81 51.52) 6. Marcel Hirscher (AUT) 1:42.39 (52.22 50.17) 7. Alexis Pinturault (FRA) 1:42.73 (51.57 51.16) 8. Sebastian-Foss Solevaag (NOR) 1:42.78 (51.37 51.41) 9. Felix Neureuther (GER) 1:42.81 (51.50 51.31) 10. Fritz Dopfer (GER) 1:42.86 (51.55 51.31) 11. Daniel Yule (SUI) 1:42.99 (51.91 51.08) 12. Julien Lizeroux (FRA) 1:43.01 (52.27 50.74) 13. Manfred Moelgg (ITA) 1:43.05 (51.56 51.49) 14. Adam Zampa (SVK) 1:43.23 (52.34 50.89) 15. Victor Muffat Jeandet (FRA) 1:43.51 (51.90 51.61) 16. Andre Myhrer (SWE) 1:43.57 (52.83 50.74) 17. Reinfried Herbst (AUT) 1:43.80 (51.94 51.86) 18. Jean-Baptiste Grange (FRA) 1:43.90 (51.87 52.03) 19. Calle Lindh (SWE) 1:43.99 (52.19 51.80) 20. Axel Baeck (SWE) 1:44.03 (52.23 51.80) 21. Jonathan Nordbotten (NOR) 1:44.05 (51.95 52.10) 22. Linus Strasser (GER) 1:44.10 (52.78 51.32) 23. Leif Kristian Haugen (NOR) 1:44.11 (53.13 50.98) 24. Benjamin Raich (AUT) 1:44.41 (52.22 52.19) 25. Stefano Gross (ITA) 1:44.43 (51.12 53.31) 26. Luca Aerni (SUI) 1:44.56 (52.54 52.02) 27. Matic Skube (SLO) 1:44.70 (53.08 51.62) 28. David Chodounsky (USA) 1:44.90 (52.97 51.93) 29. Miha Kuerner (SLO) 1:45.68 (53.14 52.54) 30. Patrick Thaler (ITA) 1:46.60 (50.86 55.74) N'a pas pris le départ: Andreas Zampa (SVK) N'ont pas terminé: Marc Digruber (AUT), Marco Schwarz (AUT), Jhonatan Longhi (BRA), Erik Read (CAN), Jens Henttinen (FIN), Francois Place (FRA), Michal Jasiczek (POL), Aljaz Dvornik (SLO), Zan Groselj (SLO), Stefan Hadalin (SLO), Gino Caviezel (SUI), Marc Gini (SUI), Reto Schmidiger (SUI), Ramon Zenhaeusern (SUI), Jens Byggmark (SWE), Will Brandenburg (USA), Mark Engel (USA) ./bds/fbx

(AFP)

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