Men's World Cup Giant Slalom Results from Norway

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HAFJELL, Norway March 15, 2003 (AP)--Final results from the season's final men's World Cup Giant Slalom.

1. Hans Knauss, Austria, 2 minutes, 20.83 seconds (1:09.38-1:11.45).

2. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 2:21.37 (1:10.19-1:11.18).

3. Michael von Gruenigen, Switzerland, 2:21.45 (1:10.06-1:11.39).

4. Erik Schlopy, United States, 2:21.65 (1:10.19-1:11.46).

(tie) Heinz Schilchegger, Austria, 2:21.65 (1:10.15-1:11.50).

6. Kalle Palander, Finland, 2:21.73 (1:10.56-1:11.17).

(tie) Bode Miller, United States, 2:21.73 (1:10.82-1:10.91).

8. Fredirk Nyberg, Sweden, 2:21.89 (1:09.85-1:12.04).

9. Joen Chenal, France, 2:21.90 (1:10.62-1:11.28).

10. Michael Walchhofer, Austria, 2:21.94 (1:11.13-1:10.81).

11. Massimiliano Blardone, Italy, 2:21.95 (1:10.18-1:11.77).

(tie) Christoph Gruber, Austria, 2:21.95 (1:09.30-1:12.65).

13. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 2:21.97 (1:10.40-1:11.57).

14. Ivica Kostelic, Croatia, 2:22.08 (1:11.45-1:10.63).

15. Frederic Covili, italy, 2:22.14 (1:10.12-1:12.02).

16. Didier Cuche, Switzerland, 2:22.28 (1:10.53-1:11.75).

17. Alessandro Roberto, Italy, 2:22.31 (1:11.17-1:11.14).

18. Aksel Lund Svindal, Norway, 2:22.42 (1:10.77-1:11.65).

(tie) Didier Defago, Switzerland, 2:22.42 (1:10.54-1:11.88).

20. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 2:22.46 (1:10.45-1:12.01).

21. Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria, 2:22.51 (1:11.23-1:11.28).

22. Vincent Millet, France, 2:22.57 (1:10.82-1:11.75).

(tie) Thomas Grandi, Canada, 2:22.57 (1:11.35-1:11.22).

24. Davide Simoncellil, Italy, 2:22.84 (1:11.35-1:11.49).

25. Bruno Kernen, Switzerland, 2:22.91 (1:11.60-1:11.31).

26. Arnold Rieder, Italy, 2:23.33 (1:10.90-1:12.43).

27. Daniel Albrecht, Switzerland, 2:23.39 (1:11.77-1:11.62).

28. Ambrosi Hoffmann, Switzerland, 2:23.47 (1.10.98-1:12.49).

29. Andreas Schifferer, Austria, 2:23.67 (1:11.12-1:12.55).

30. Josef Strobl, Austria, 2:23.68 (1:12.11-1:11.57).

World Cup Giant Slalom Standings

Final

1. Michael von Gruenigen, Switzerland, 542 points.

2. Bode Miller, United States, 425.v4. Hans Knauss, Austria, 365.

3. Frederic Covili, France, 296.

5. Massimiliano Blardone, Italy, 249.

(tie) Heinz Schilchegger, Austria, 249.

7. Christian Mayer, Austria, 234.

8. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 231.

9. Christoph Gruber, Austria, 227.

10. Joel Chenal, France, 194.

11. Didier Defago, Switzerland, 171.

12. Eric Schlopy, United States, 163.

13. Frederik Nyberg, Sweden, 159.

14. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 156,

15. Arnold Rieder, Italy, 150.

Also

18. Thomas Grandi, Canada, 111.

43. Julien Cousineau, 22.

49. Daron Rahlves, United States, 9.

(tie) Dane Spencer, United States, 9.

51. Jean-Philippe Roy, Canada, 7.

55. Thomas Vonn, United States, 4.

Overall World Cup Standings

1. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 1,333 points.

2. Bode Miller, United States, 1,100.

3. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 940.

4. Didier Cuche, Switzerland, 709.

5. Daron Rahlves, United States, 647.

6. Kalle Palander, Finland, 638.

7. Michael Walchhofer, Austria, 600.

8. Hans Knauss, Austria, 596.

(tie) Ivica Kostelic, Croatia, 596.

10. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 590.

11. Didier Defago, Switzerland, 579.

12. Bruno Kernen, Switzerland,

(tie) Andreas Schifferer, Austria, 561.

14. Christoph Gruber, Austria, 558.

15. Michael von Gruenigen, Switzerland, 542.

16. Ambrosi Hoffmann, Switzerland, 511.

17. Hannes Trinkl, Austria, 496.

18. Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria, 472.

19. Fritz Strobl, Austria, 458.

20. Heinz Schilchegger, Austria, 427.

Also

33. Erik Schlopy, United States, 268.

36. Thomas Grandi, Canada, 245.

53. Marco Sullivan, United States, 136.

55. Chip Knight, United States, 130.

74. Tom Rothrock, United States, 71.

76. Jakub Fiala, United States, 70.

79. Erik Guay, Canada, 60.

90. Julien Cousineau, Canada, 48.

101. Scott Macartney, United States, 32.

111. Thomas Vonn, United States, 24.

123. Jan Hudec, Canada, 13.

132. Dane Spencer, Unitted States, 9.

140. Jean-Philippe Roy, Canada, 7.

151. Vincent Lavoie, Canada, 1.

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