Men's Monday World Cup Results

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Todtnau, Germany, Feb. 7 (AP)--Results Sunday of a men's World Cup slalom (run times in parentheses):

1. Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria, 1 minute, 26.87 seconds (43.99-42.88).

2. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 1:26.96 (43.13-43.83).

3. Ole Christian Furuseth, Norway, 1:27.00 (43.68-43.32).

4. Mario Matt, Austria, 1:27.10 (44.52-42.58).

5. Matjaz Vrhovnik, Slovenia, 1:27.14 (43.80-43.34).

6. Markus Eberle, Germany, 1:27.31 (43.54-43.77).

7. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 1:27.35 (43.31-44.04).

8. Sebastien Amiez, France, 1:27.40 (44.58-42.82).

9. Hans-Petter Buraas, Norway, 1:27.72 (44.52-43.20).

10. Finn Christian Jagge, Norway, 1:28.00 (43.60-44.40).

11. Jure Kosir, Slovenia, 1:28.25 (43.69-44.56).

12. Thomas Stangassinger, Austria, 1:28.29 (43.64-44.65).

13. Angelo Weiss, Italy, 1:28.30 (44.19-44.11).

14. Michael Von Gruenigen, Switzerland, 1:28.38 (44.65-43.73).

15. Mario Rieter, Austria, 1:28.66 (44.87-43.79).

16. Andrzej Bachleda, Poland, 1:29.06 (45.03-44.03).

17. Marco Casanova, Switzerland, 1:29.86 (45.01-44.85).

18. Paul Accola, Switzerland, 1:29.88 (45.02-44.86).

19. Kilian Albrecht, Austria, 1:30.19 (45.30-44.89).

20. Matteo Nana, Italy, 1:30.46 (45.60-44.86).

21. Florian Seer, Austria, 1:30.56 (45.68-44.88).

22. Sergio Bergamelli, Italy, 1:30.58 (45.58-45.00).

23. Drago Grubelnik, Slovenia, 1:30.62 (45.41-45.21).

24. Johan Brolenius, Sweden, 1:30.67 (45.66-45.01).

(tie) Kristinn Bjornsson, Iceland, 1:30.67 (45.48-45.19).

26. Fabrizio Tescari, Italy, 1:30.68 (45.43-45.25).

27. Kalle Palander, Finland, 1:30.73 (45.53-45.20).

28. Erik Schlopy, Park City, Utah, 1:36.87 (45.45-51.42).

Didier Plaschy, Switzerland, and Andrej Miklavc, Slovenia, did not finish second run.

Ronald Stampfer, Austria; Michael Walchhofer, Austria; Mitja Valencic, Slovenia; Uros Pavlovcic, Slovenia; Harald Christian Strand Nilsen, Norway; Kentaro Minagawa, Japan; Mitja Kunc, Slovenia; Martin Hansson, Sweden; Christian Castellano, Italy; Sacha Gros, Vail, Colo.; Markus Ganahl, Liechtenstein; Pierre Violon, France; Mika Marila, Finland; Julien Lizeroux, France; Richard Gravier, France; Francois Simond, France; Rene Mlekus, Slovenia; Gaku Hirasawa, Japan; Urs Imboden, Switzerland; Kiminobu Kimura, Japan; Alois Vogl, Germany; Markus Larsson, Sweden; Alan Perathoner, Italy; Drew Thorne Thomsen, Stratton Mountain, Vt.; Thomas Pool, Switzerland; Tomas Kraus, Czech Republic; Joel Chenal, France; did not qualify for second run.

Christian Mayer, Austria; Bode Miller, Franconia, N.H.; Takuya Ishioka, Japan; Heinz Schilchegger, Austria; Frederic Covili, France; Charlie Bergendahl, Sweden; Daniel Defago, Switzerland; Bjoergvin Bjoergvinsson, Iceland; did not finish first run.

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Overall World Cup Standings

1. Hermann Maier, Austria, 1,510 points.

2. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 1086.

3. Josef Strobl, Austria, 728.

4. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 687.

5. Kristian Ghedina, Italy, 669.

6. Andreas Schifferer, Austria, 616.

7. Fritz Strobl, Austria, 506.

8. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 482.

9. Fredrik Nyberg, Sweden, 459.

10. Werner Franz, Austria, 446.

11. Christian Mayer, Austria, 396.

12. Hannes Trinkl, Austria, 385.

13. Didier Cuche, Switzerland, 364.

14. Paul Accola, Switzerland, 352.

15. Michael Von Gruenigen, Switzerland, 349.

16. Hans Knauss, Austria, 344.

17. Matjaz Vrhovnik, Slovenia, 341.

18. Thomas Stangassinger, Austria, 309.

19. Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria, 267.

20. Ole Christian Furuseth, Norway, 266.

Also

21. Ed Podivinsky, Canada, 256.

40. Daron Rahlves, Truckee, Calif., 120.

46. Darin McBeath, Canada, 97.

66. Luke Sader, Canada, 59.

71. Chad Fleischer, Vail, Colo., 51.

74. Kevin Wert, Canada, 48.

77. Bode Miller, Franconia, N.H., 42.

78. Sacha GGros, Vail, Colo., 41.

89. Christopher Puckett, Crested Butte, Colo., 26.

97. Thomas Vonn, Newburgh, N.Y., 21.

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World Cup Slalom Standings

1. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 410 points.

2. Matjaz Vrhovnik, Slovenia, 341.

3. Thomas Stangassinger, Austria, 309.

4. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 288.

5. Ole Christian Furuseth, Norway, 266.

6. Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria, 251.

7. Didier Plaschy, Switzerland, 200.

8. Angelo Weiss, Italy, 192.

9. Jure Kosir, Slovenia, 169.

10. Mario Matt, Austria, 164.

11. Finn Christian Jagge, Norway, 161.

12. Markus Eberle, Germany, 152.

13. Matteo Nana, Italy, 119.

14. Mitja Kunc, Slovenia, 118.

15. Hans-Petter Buraas, Norway, 116.

16. Kristinn Bjornsson, Iceland, 110.

17. Christian Mayer, Austria, 99.

18. Drago Grubelnik, Slovenia, 86.

19. Andrzej Bachleda, Poland, 82.

20. Mika Marila, Finland, 81.

Also

36. Sacha Gros, Vail, Colo., 41.

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