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World Alpine Championships Men's Combined Slalom Results

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St. Anton, Austria Feb. 5, 2001 (AP)–Results from the slalom portion of the World Alpine Championships men’s combined. The downhill will take place Tuesday Feb. 6, 2001.

1. Kjetil-Andre Aamodt, Norway, 1 minute, 31.81 seconds (45.85 seconds-45.96 seconds).

2. Mario Matt, Austria, 1:31.95 (45.95-46.00).

3. Rainer Schoenfelder, Austria, 1:32.34 (46.21-46.13).

4. Bode Miller, United States, 1:32.96 (47.24-45.72).

5. Paul Accola, Switzerland, 1:33.98 (47.32-46.66).

6. Ondrej Bank, Czech Republic, 1:35.94 (48.89-47.05).

7. Jan Holicky, Czech Republic, 1:36.55 (50.07-46.48).

8. Ed Podivinsky, Canada, 1:36.80 (50.43-46.37).

9. Alessandro Fattori, Italy, 1:36.98 (49.98-47.00).

10. Jean-Philippe Roy, Canada, 1:37.94 (50.49-47.45).

11. Michal Rajcan, Slovakia, 1:38.72 (50.46-48.26).

12. Casey Puckett, United States, 1:39.46 (49.14-50.32).

13. David Anderson, Canada, 1:39.72 (51.34-48.38).

14. Peter Pen, Slovenia, 1:40.30 (50.46-49.84).

15. Pavel Chestakov, Russia, 1:43.03 (52.57-50.46).

16. Jakub Fiala, United States, 1:43.08 (52.58-50.50).

17. Kurt Sulzenbacher, Italy, 1:45.92 (54.33-51.59).

18. Nikolay Skriabin, Ukraine, 1:46.52 (54.45-52.07).

19. Craig Branch, Australia, 1:47.31 (54.42-52.89).

20. Alexander Heath, South Africa, 1:47.82 (54.82-53.00).

Michael Walchhofer, Austria; Bruno Kernen, Switzerland; Borek Zakouril, Czech Republic; Darin McBeath, Canada; Gregor Sparovec, Slovenia; Ivan Bormolini, Italy; and AJ Bear, Australia; did not finish first run.

Kristian Ghedina, Italy, and Maxim Kedrin, Russia, did not start first run.

Florian Eckert, Germany; Didier Defago, Switzerland; Lasse Kjus, Norway; Kilian Albrecht, Austria; Jakub Cerovsky, Czech Republic; Andrej Filischkin, Russia; and Ivan Heimschild, Slovakia; did not finish second run.

Cristian Javier Simari Birkner, Argentina, disqualified second run.

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