Men's World Cup Slalom Results from Adelboden, Switzerland

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Adelboden, Switzerland Feb. 21 (AP)--Results Sunday of a men's World Cup slalom (run times in parentheses):

1. Matjaz Vrhovnik, Slovenia, 1:42.10 (53.04-49.06).

2. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 1:42.31 (53.47-48.84).

3. Mario Matt, Austria, 1:42.53 (53.85-48.68).

4. Hans-Petter Buraas, Norway, 1:42.98 (54.34-48.64).

5. Sebastien Amiez, France, 1:43.18 (53.89-49.29).

6. Jure Kosir, Slovenia, 1:43.36 (53.48-49.88).

7. Uros Pavlovcic, Slovenia, 1:43.51 (55.30-48.21).

8. Marco Casanova, Switzerland, 1:43.52 (54.53-48.99).

9. Kalle Palander, Finland, 1:43.64 (54.71-48.93).

10. Michael Von Gruenigen, Switzerland, 1:43.70 (54.57-49.13).

11. Kilian Albrecht, Austria, 1:43.75 (54.59-49.16).

12. Michael Walchhofer, Austria, 1:43.79 (54.70-49.09)

13. Johan Bronelius, Sweden, 1:43.82 (55.43-48.39).

14. Ole Christian Furuseth, Norway, 1:44.02 (53.99-50.03).

15. Angelo Weiss, Italy, 1:44.36 (54.42-49.94).

16. Erik Schlopy, Park City, Utah, 1:44.50 (55.81-48.69).

17. Andrej Miklavc, Slovenia, 1:44.72 (55.33-49.39).

18. Francois Simond, France, 1:44.76 (55.46-49.30).

19. Paul Accola, Switzerland, 1:45.61 (55.38-50.23).

20. Matteo Nana, Italy, 1:46.13 (54.83-51.30).

21. Mitja Valencic, Slovenia, 1:49.59 (54.36-55.23).

Bode Miller, Franconia, N.H.; Kristinn Bjornsson, Iceland; Rene Mlekuz, Slovenia; Markus Eberle, Germany; Mario Reiter, Austria; Mitja Kunc, Slovenia; Christian Mayer, Austria; Finn Christian Jagge, Norway; Benjamin Raich, Austria; did not finish second run.

Sergio Bergamelli, Italy; Ronald Stampfer, Austria; Markus Larsson, Sweden; Florian Seer, Austria; Urs Imboden, Switzerland; Richard Gravier, France; Joel Chenal, France; Andrea Zinsli, Switzerland; Takuya Ishioka, Japan; Tomas Kraus, Czech Republic; did not qualify for second run.

Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria; Didier Plaschy, Switzerland; Drago Grubelnik, Slovenia; Fabrizio Tescari, Italy; Harald Christian Strand Nilsen, Norway; Mika Marila, Finland; Andrzej Bachleda, Poland; Fredrik Nyberg, Sweden; Sacha Gros, Vail, Colo.; Kentaro Minagawa, Japan; Pierre Violon, France; Kiminobu Kimura, Japan; Martin Hansson, Sweden; Kurt Engl, Austria; Christian Castellano, Italy; Julien Lizeroux, France; Markus Ganahl, Liechtenstein; Kevin Page, France; Heinz Schilchegger, Austria; Jean-Philippe Roy, Canada; Thomas Geisser, Switzerland; Pierre Paquin, France; Alois Vogl, Germany; Rishu Okada, Japan; did not finish first run.

Giorgio Rocca, Italy, disqualified, first run.

Eric Lacas, France, did not start first run.

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Overall World Cup Standings

1. Hermann Maier, Austria, 1,570 points.

2. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 1,224.

3. Josef Strobl, Austria, 852.

4. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 779.

5. Kristian Ghedina, Italy, 693.

6. Andreas Schifferer, Austria, 680.

7. Fritz Strobl, Austria, 646.

8. Werner Franz, Austria, 596.

9. Fredrik Nyberg, Sweden, 554.

10. Didier Cuche, Switzerland, 489.

11. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 482.

12. Matjaz Vrhovnik, Slovenia, 441.

13. Christian Mayer, Austria, 432.

14. Paul Accola, Switzerland, 413.

15. Hannes Trinkl, Austria, 385.

16. Michael Von Gruenigen, Switzerland, 375.

17. Hans Knauss, Austria, 364.

18. Thomas Stangassinger, Austria, 309.

19. Ole Christian Furuseth, Norway, 284.

20. Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria, 267.

Top North Americans

21. Ed Podivinsky, Canada, 260.

40. Daron Rahlves, Truckee, Calif., 142.

50. Darin McBeath, Canada, 97.

72. Luke Sauder, Canada, 59.

77. Chad Fleischer, Vail, Colo., 51.

78. Kevin Wert, Canada, 48.

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

85. Sacha Gros, Vail, Colo., 41.

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

95. Erik Schlopy, Park City, Utah, 25.

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

107. Casey Puckett, Crrested Butte, Colo., 17.

112. Dane Spencer, Boise, Idaho, 12.

114. Jeff Durand, Canada, 11.

124. Jakub Fiala, Breckenridge, Colo., 4.

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World Cup Slalom Standings

1. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 490.

2. Matjaz Vrhovnik, Slovenia, 441.

3. Thomas Stangassinger, Austria, 309.

4. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 288.

5. Ole Christian Furuseth, Norway, 284.

6. Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria, 251.

7. Mario Matt, Austria, 224.

8. Jure Kosir, Slovenia, 209.

9. Angelo Weiss, Italy, 208.

10. Didier Plaschy, Switzerland, 200.

11. Hans-Petter Buraas, Norway, 166.

12. Finn Christian Jagge, Norway, 161.

13. Markus Eberle, Germany, 152.

14. Matteo Nana, Italy, 130.

15. Mitja Kunc, Slovenia, 118.

16. Sebastien Amiez, France, 116.

17. Kristinn Bjornsson, Iceland, 110.

18. Johan Brolenius, Sweden, 101.

19. Christian Mayer, Austria, 99.

20. Kilian Albrecht, Austria, 97.

Also

39. Sacha Gros, Vail, Colo., 41.

45. Erik Schlopy, Park City, Utah, 15.

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