| Event type

Slalom, Men

Date23 February 2002
LocationPark City Mountain Resort, Park City, Utah (Know You Don't)
Participants77 from 43 countries
FormatTwo runs, total time determined placement.
Course Setter (Run 1)Gert EhnAUT
Course Setter (Run 2)Jesse HuntUSA
Venue detailsGates: 58 / 57
Length: ?
Start Altitude: 2488 m
Vertical Drop: 214 m

The last few World Cups had gone to Austrian Benjamin Raich and Norwegian superstar Kjetil André Aamodt, but leading the 2001-2002 World Cup race was Croatian Ivica Kostelić, brother of Janica Kostelić, who would win three Alpine gold medals at the 2002 Winter Olympics. On the first slalom run, France’s Jean-Pierre Vidal, third in the 2001-02 World Cup standings, took the lead over the top American, Bode Miller, with Raich in third and Kostelić in fourth. On the second run, Miller caught a gate early and did not finish. The best second run was posted by Vidal’s teammate, Sébastien Amiez, who had been equal eighth after the first run. He was followed by British Scot Alain Baxter, who moved up from a tie with Amiez on the first run. Vidal placed sixth on the second run, good enough to keep him in the lead and win the gold medal, Amiez placing second, and Baxter apparently winning Britain’s first-ever medal in Alpine skiing.

But Baxter had a positive doping test for methamphetamine, the result of using an over-the-counter nasal spray. He was disqualified and Benjamin Raich moved up to the bronze medal position. Baxter appealed his doping positive to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and was cleared of any intentional attempt at using PEDs, which lifted the potential two-year ban from competition, but he was still disqualified in the Olympic slalom.

PosNrSkierNOCTimeRun 1Run 2
13Jean-Pierre VidalFRA1:41.0648.01 (1)53.05 (6)Gold
211Sébastien AmiezFRA1:41.8250.16 (8)51.66 (1)Silver
39Benjamin RaichAUT1:42.4149.34 (3)53.07 (7)Bronze
412Kilian AlbrechtAUT1:42.4550.26 (9)52.19 (2)
524Urs ImbodenSUI1:42.4849.61 (5)52.87 (5)
68Kjetil André AamodtNOR1:42.7249.92 (7)52.80 (4)
719Markus LarssonSWE1:42.8650.29 (10)52.57 (3)
810Jure KoširSLO1:43.3449.80 (6)53.54 (10)
918Ole Kristian FurusethNOR1:44.3951.03 (17)53.36 (9)
1037Andrzej Bachleda-CuruśPOL1:44.6551.43 (22)53.22 (8)
1135Chip KnightUSA1:44.8650.85 (16)54.01 (13)
1215Tom StiansenNOR1:45.1950.74 (15)54.45 (15)
1323Erik SchlopyUSA1:45.2151.27 (20)53.94 (11)
1416Michael von GrünigenSUI1:45.3551.38 (21)53.97 (12)
1538Stanley HayerCZE1:46.1251.97 (25)54.15 (14)
1636Thomas GrandiCAN1:46.2351.15 (19)55.08 (16)
1739Cristian Simari BirknerARG1:46.8251.55 (23)55.27 (17)
1832Kiminobu KimuraJPN1:48.4352.46 (28)55.97 (19)
1948Michal RajčanSVK1:48.6652.73 (29)55.93 (18)
2042Noel BaxterGBR1:49.6453.66 (31)55.98 (20)
2131Kristinn BjörnssonISL1:49.8153.05 (30)56.76 (22)
2250Gareth TraynerGBR1:50.9154.58 (34)56.33 (21)
2349Angel PumpalovBUL1:51.9353.72 (32)58.21 (23)
241Bode MillerUSA1:52.7948.37 (2)1:04.42 (31)
2555Ivars CiagunsLAT1:54.7356.31 (37)58.42 (24)
2662Marko ĐorđevićSCG1:55.9955.95 (36)1:00.04 (25)
2766Alex HeathRSA1:56.9356.37 (38)1:00.56 (29)
2856Jóhann HaraldssonISL1:57.1756.98 (42)1:00.19 (27)
2953Tahir BisićBIH1:57.7257.55 (43)1:00.17 (26)
3060Gang Min-HyeokKOR1:58.4858.01 (44)1:00.47 (28)
3157Byun Jong-MoonKOR2:01.5858.38 (45)1:03.20 (30)
3276Atakan AlaftargilTUR2:10.361:03.10 (48)1:07.26 (32)
3370Péter VinczeHUN2:15.571:01.46 (47)1:14.11 (33)
AC2Rainer SchönfelderAUT– (AC)DNF
AC6Giorgio RoccaITA– (AC)DNF
AC7Kalle PalanderFIN– (AC)DNF
AC17Manfred PrangerAUT– (AC)DNF
AC21Markus EberleGER– (AC)DNF
AC26Jean-Philippe RoyCAN– (AC)DNF
AC28Truls Ove KarlsenNOR– (AC)DNF
AC29Edoardo ZardiniITA– (AC)DNF
AC30Giancarlo BergamelliITA– (AC)DNF
AC33Alan PerathonerITA– (AC)DNF
AC41Akira SasakiJPN– (AC)DNF
AC43Stefan GeorgievBUL– (AC)DNF
AC46Jan HolickýCZE– (AC)DNF
AC47Björgvin BjörgvinssonISL– (AC)DNF
AC58Todd HaywoodNZL– (AC)DNF
AC59Ivan HeimschildSVK– (AC)DNF
AC61Kristinn MagnússonISL– (AC)DNF
AC63Jesse TeatNZL– (AC)DNF
AC64Lee Ki-HyunKOR– (AC)DNF
AC68Danil AnisimovKAZ– (AC)DNF
AC69Dejan PanovskiMKD– (AC)DNF
AC71Laurence ThomsFIJ– (AC)DNF
AC73Robert MakharashviliGEO– (AC)DNF
AC75Bagher KalhorIRI– (AC)DNF
AC77Arsen HarutyunyanARM– (AC)DNF
AC78Elbrus IsakovAZE– (AC)DNF
AC4Mitja KuncSLO51.08 (18)– (AC)DNF
AC5Ivica KostelićCRO49.60 (4)– (AC)DNF
AC13Pierrick BourgeatFRA50.54 (12)– (AC)DNF
AC14Drago GrubelnikSLO50.51 (11)– (AC)DNF
AC22Rene MlekužSLO50.57 (13)– (AC)DNF
AC27Markus GanahlLIE51.85 (24)– (AC)DNF
AC34Tom RothrockUSA50.61 (14)– (AC)DNF
AC40Ondřej BankCZE52.37 (27)– (AC)DNF
AC44Niki FürstauerLBN51.99 (26)– (AC)DNF
AC52Alex AntorAND54.57 (33)– (AC)DNF
AC54Michael DicksonAUS56.88 (41)– (AC)DNF
AC67Mykola SkriabinUKR56.76 (40)– (AC)DNF
AC72Theodoros KhristodoulouCYP59.74 (46)– (AC)DNF
AC74Komil UrunbayevUZB1:04.09 (49)– (AC)DNF
AC45Hur Seung-WookKOR56.70 (39)1:05.99 (AC)DQ
AC65Vasilios DimitriadisGRE55.24 (35)1:10.27 (AC)DQ
AC25Kentaro MinagawaJPN54.33 (AC)DQ
AC20Alain BaxterGBR1:42.3250.16 (AC)52.16 (AC)DQ1
DNS51Borek ZakouřilCZE– (DNS)