FIS World Alpine Championships Men's GS Results

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St. Moritz, Switzerland Feb. 12, 2003 (AP)--Final results from the Men's Giant Slalom race at the World Alpine Championships at St. Moritz.

1. Bode Miller, United States, 2:45.93 (1:19.63-1:26.30).

2. Hans Knauss, Austria, 2:45.96 (1:18.76-1:27.20).

3. Erik Schlopy, United States, 2:45.97 (1:20.68-1:25.29).

4. Ales Gorza, Slovenia, 2:46.32 (1:19.84-1:26.48).

5. Aksel Lund Svindal, Norway, 2:46.77 (1:20.33-1:26.44).

6. Kalle Palander, Finland, 2:46.82 (1:20.55-1:26.27).

7. Michael von Gruenigen, Switzerland, 2:46.86 (1:19.34-1:27.52).

8. Alberto Schieppati, Italy, 2:46.97 (1:20.35-1:26.62).

9. Joel Chenal, France, 2:46.99 (1:19.78-1:27.21).

9. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 2:46.99 (1:19.33-1:27.66).

11. Frederic Covili, France, 2:47.31 (1:19.78-1:27.53).

12. Fredrik Nyberg, Sweden, 2:47.33 (1:20.45-1:26.88).

12. Didier Cuche, Switzerland, 2:47.33 (1:20.13-1:27.20).

14. Christian Mayer, Austria, 2:47.35 (1:20.47-1:26.88).

15. Arnold Rieder, Italy, 2:47.37 (1:20.56-1:26.81).

16. Daron Rahlves, United States, 2:47.51 (1:20.50-1:27.01).

17. Cristian Javier Simari Birkner, Argentina, 2:47.52 (1:21.03-1:26.49).

18. Tobias Gruenenfelder, Switzerland, 2:47.55 (1:20.37-1:27.18).

19. Marco Buechel, Liechtenstein, 2:47.59 (1:19.77-1:27.82).

20. Ambrosi Hoffmann, Switzerland, 2:47.60 (1:19.78-1:27.82).

21. Dane Spencer, United States, 2:47.67 (1:21.11-1:26.56).

22. Didier Defago, Switzerland, 2:47.77 (1:20.50-1:27.27).

23. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 2:47.96 (1:19.78-1:28.18).

24. Truls Ove Karlsen, Norway, 2:48.25 (1:20.98-1:27.27).

24. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 2:48.25 (1:20.20-1:28.05).

26. Alain Baxter, Britain, 2:49.61 (1:21.54-1:28.07).

27. Jukka Rajala, Finland, Finland, 2:50.28 (1:22.05-1:28.23).

28. Mitja Dragsic, Slovenia, 2:50.84 (1:21.38-1:29.46).

29. Jean-Philippe Roy, Canada, 2:51.27 (1:22.09-1:29.18).

30. Markus Ganahl, Liechtenstein, 2:51.28 (1:21.84-1:29.44).

Also

Thomas Grandi, Julien Cousineau and Ryan Semple, Canada, did not finish second run.

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