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Combined, Women

Date17 – 18 February 2006
StatusOlympic
LocationSestriere Colle / San Sicario Fraìteve
Participants43 from 20 countries
FormatOne downhill run and two slalom runs, total time determined placement.
Course Setter (Downhill)Jan TischhauserSUI
Venue detailsGates: 32 / 49 / 49
Length: 2331 m / ? / ?
Start Altitude: 2286 m / 2170 m / 2170 m
Vertical Drop: 548 m / 140 m / 140 m

In the women’s combined, the downhill was postponed from 17 February, and the slalom was held first, the women completing the downhill portion of the combined the next day. The leader after the slalom was Austrian Marlies Schild, a slalom specialist who would later win bronze in the open slalom. She was followed by Croatian Janica Kostelić, defending champion in the event who had won three gold medals at the 2002 Winter Olympics. But in the downhill, Kostelić posted the best time to defend her gold medal in the event, and win her fourth Olympic gold medal. It was not a surprise as Kostelić had been World Cup champion and World Champion in 2003 and 2005. Schild was seventh in the downhill but held on for the silver medal, with the bronze going to Sweden’s Anja Pärson, who was fourth in the slalom and second in the downhill.

PosNrSkierNOCTimeSlalomDownhill
14Janica KostelićCRO2:51.081:21.68 (2)1:29.40 (1)Gold
21Marlies SchildAUT2:51.581:21.22 (1)1:30.36 (7)Silver
35Anja PärsonSWE2:51.631:22.06 (4)1:29.57 (2)Bronze
46Kathrin ZettelAUT2:52.411:21.75 (3)1:30.66 (8)
53Nicole HospAUT2:53.211:22.07 (5)1:31.14 (13)
68Michaela KirchgasserAUT2:53.481:22.46 (6)1:31.02 (11)
710Martina Ertl-RenzGER2:54.281:23.20 (7)1:31.08 (12)
826Jessica Lindell-VikarbySWE2:55.191:25.00 (=15)1:30.19 (6)
912Julia MancusoUSA2:55.441:24.60 (11)1:30.84 (9)
1017Brigitte ActonCAN2:55.751:24.77 (13)1:30.98 (10)
1114Resi StieglerUSA2:55.791:23.44 (9)1:32.35 (20)
1219Janette HarginSWE2:56.131:24.84 (14)1:31.29 (14)
1322Emily BrydonCAN2:56.511:26.59 (23)1:29.92 (3)
1427Nike BentSWE2:56.621:26.49 (22)1:30.13 (5)
1513Veronika ZuzulováSVK2:56.631:23.35 (8)1:33.28 (25)
169Monika Bergmann-SchmudererGER2:56.801:24.26 (10)1:32.54 (23)
1716Kaylin RichardsonUSA2:56.831:25.00 (=15)1:31.83 (18)
1837Marie Marchand-ArvierFRA2:57.111:25.66 (19)1:31.45 (15)
197Šárka ZáhrobskáCZE2:57.141:24.76 (12)1:32.38 (21)
2041Nadia FanchiniITA2:57.151:27.11 (25)1:30.04 (4)
2125Petra RobnikSLO2:57.401:25.38 (18)1:32.02 (19)
2220Lucie HrstkováCZE2:59.571:27.15 (26)1:32.42 (22)
2323Soňa MaculováSVK3:00.251:26.16 (20)1:34.09 (26)
2418Petra ZakouřilováCZE3:00.771:26.18 (21)1:34.59 (27)
2539Carolina RuizESP3:00.931:28.21 (27)1:32.72 (24)
2629Macarena Simari BirknerARG3:02.661:26.94 (24)1:35.72 (28)
2735Wendy SiorpaesITA3:02.851:31.14 (30)1:31.71 (17)
2842Dagný Linda KristjánsdóttirISL3:04.251:32.60 (31)1:31.65 (16)
2932María Belén Simari BirknerARG3:05.351:28.63 (29)1:36.72 (29)
3045Noelle BarahonaCHI3:26.621:44.01 (32)1:42.61 (30)
AC40Fränzi AufdenblattenSUI1:28.45 (28)– (DNS)DNF
AC2Nika FleissCRO1:25.29 (17)– (DNS)DNF
AC11Lindsey KildowUSA– (AC)DNF
AC33Urška RabičSLO– (AC)DNF
AC15Anne-Sophie BarthetFRA– (AC)DNF
AC24Jelena LolovićSCG– (AC)DNF
AC30Shona RubensCAN– (AC)DNF
AC31Eva HučkováSVK– (AC)DNF
AC34Jana GantnerováSVK– (AC)DNF
AC36Alexandra ColettiMON– (AC)DNF
AC38Chirine NjeimLBN– (AC)DNF
AC21Daniela MerighettiITA– (AC)DQ
AC28Chemmy AlcottGBR– (AC)DQ
DNS43Andrea CasasnovasESP
DNS44Miriam VázquezARG