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Men's World Cup Super G Results From Kvitfjell, Norway

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Kvitfjell, Norway March 3, 2002 (AP)–Final results of a men’s Super G race on the Olympiabakken course in Lillehammer, Norway.

1. Alessandro Fattori, Italy, 1 minute, 36.68 seconds.

2. Didier Defago, Switzerland, 1:36.88.

3. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 1:36.92.

4. Kristian Ghedina, Italy, 1:36.93.

5. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 1:37.07.

6. Lasse Kjus, Norway, 1:37.12.

(tie) Andreas Schifferer, Austria, 1:37.12.

8. Tobias Grunenfelder, Switzerland, 1:37.13.

9. Fritz Strobl, Austria, 1:37.17.

10. Didier Cuche, Switzerland, 1:37.21.

11. Hans Knauss, Austria, 1:37.26.

12. Ambrosi Hoffmann, Switzerland, 1:37.29.

13. Christian Greber, Austria, 1:37.30.

14. Lasse Paulsen, Norway, 1:37.35.

15. Christoph Gruber, Austria, 1:37.46.

Also

20, Thomas Vonn, United States, 1:37.61.

23, Daron Rahlves, Unietd States, 1:37.83.

29, Bode Miller, United States, 1:38.10.

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World Cup Super G Standings

1. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 420.

2. Didier Cuche, Switzerland, 326.

3. Fritz Strobl, Austria, 246.

4. Alessandro Fattori, Italy, 234.

5. Andreas Schifferer, Austria, 188.

6. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 174.

7. Didier Defago, Switzerland, 162.

8. Christoph Gruber, Austria, 161.

9. Fredrik Nyberg, Sweden, 158.

10. Lasse Kjus, Norway, 156.

Also

11. Daron Rahlves, United States, 118.

37. Thomas Vonn, United States, 11.

48. Bode Miller, United States, 2.

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Overall World Cup Standings

1. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 1,492 points (clinched title).

2. Kjetil Andre Aamodt, Norway, 990.

3. Didier Cuche, Switzerland, 904.

4. Bode Miller, United States, 872.

5. Fritz Strobl, Austria, 716.

6. Lasse Kjus, Norway, 597.

7. Ivica Kostelic, Croatia, 548.

8. Fredrik Nyberg, Sweden, 534.

9. Kristian Ghedina, Italy, 476.

10. Christoph Gruber, Austria, 427.

Also

31. Daron Rahlves, United States, 243.

53. Thomas Grandi, Canada, 116.

56. Jean-Philippe Roy, Canada, 103.

63. Erik Schlopy, United States, 86.

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