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March 1, 2013

New Zealand\’s Adam Hall and Corey Peters finish run at 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships

New Zealand’s Adam Hall and Corey Peters finish run at 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships

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With the IPC Alpine World Championships officially ending Wednesday with the conclusion of the national team non-medal friendly competition a day after the competition’s official closing ceremony, New Zealand’s Adam Hall and Corey Peters have completed their run. Their country did not compete in the team competition as they did not have enough skiers to form a team.

With their first event the second race of the competition, Hall finished ninth in the men’s standing Super-G with a time of 1:16.65, 4.16 seconds off the winning time set by Austrian Markus Salcher. Peters finished the Super-G with a time of 1:18.95 in the men’s sitting group for a 22 place finish in a field of 25 skiers.

Hall had his best finish at the Championships on the third day of competition when he earned a bronze medal in the Slalom. Peters did not fair as well, earning a Did Not Finish (DNF) during his second run in the Slalom and consequently not ranking.

In the Super Combined, Hall finished ninth with a combined run time of 1:49.87, 7.43 seconds slower than first place finisher Austrian Matthias Lanzinger. Peters’s problems continued, as he earned a DNF during his first run.

Peters finished tenth in the Giant Slalom, with a combined run time of 2:37.73, 21.93 seconds slower than Japanese gold medalist Taiki Morri. Hall skipped the event.

Despite New Zealand’s small size, the country has a history of doing well at the Winter Paralympics. Most recently, the country saw success when Hall won a gold medal in the men’s standing event at the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver.

Adam Hall, New Zealand. 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 2 of competition. Super-G final.
Image: Laura Hale.

2013 IPC Alpine World Championships in La Molina, Spain on Super combined competition day for the first run in the men’s standing event.
Image: Laura Hale.

2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 3 of competition. Slalom final. Adam Hall of New Zealand.
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With the IPC Alpine World Championships officially ending Wednesday with the conclusion of the national team non-medal friendly competition a day after the competition’s official closing ceremony, New Zealand‘s Adam Hall and Corey Peters have completed their run. Their country did not compete in the team competition as they did not have enough skiers to form a team.

With their first event the second race of the competition, Hall finished ninth in the men’s standing Super-G with a time of 1:16.65, 4.16 seconds off the winning time set by Austrian Markus Salcher. Peters finished the Super-G with a time of 1:18.95 in the men’s sitting group for a 22 place finish in a field of 25 skiers.

Hall had his best finish at the Championships on the third day of competition when he earned a bronze medal in the Slalom. Peters did not fair as well, earning a Did Not Finish (DNF) during his second run in the Slalom and consequently not ranking.

In the Super Combined, Hall finished ninth with a combined run time of 1:49.87, 7.43 seconds slower than first place finisher Austrian Matthias Lanzinger. Peter’s problems continued, with him earning a during his first run in the Super Combined.

Peters finished tenth in the Giant Slalom, with a combined run time of 2:37.73, 21.93 seconds slower than Japanese gold medalist Taiki Morri. Hall skipped the event.

Despite New Zealand’s small size, the country has a history of doing well at the Winter Paralympics. Most recently, the country saw success when Hall won a gold medal in the men’s standing event at the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver.

Adam Hall, New Zealand. 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 2 of competition. Super-G final.
Image: Laura Hale.

2013 IPC Alpine World Championships in La Molina, Spain on Super combined competition day for the first run in the men’s standing event.
Image: Laura Hale.

2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 3 of competition. Slalom final. Adam Hall of New Zealand.
Image: Laura Hale.



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Australia\’s Mitchell Gourley finishes up at 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships

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With Australia not having a team compete at Wednesday’s IPC Alpine World Championships in La Molina, Spain, Mitchell Gourley finished his turn at the competition where the 2010 Winter Paralympian failed to earn a single medal.

On the first day of competition, Gourley finished tied in thirteenth place with Swiss skier Thomas Pfyl in the downhill with a time of 1:36.40, 6.66 seconds off the winning time set by Austria‘s Markus Salcher. In the Super-G event on the second day of competition, Gourley finished in eleventh place with a time of 1:16.90 seconds, 4.41 seconds behind winner Salcher. On the third competition day, Gourley earned an eighth place finish in the Slalom with a combined run time of 2:09.66, 3.37 seconds slower than seventh place finisher Andrzej Szczesny of Poland and 13.81 seconds behind winner Vincent Gauthier-Manuel of France. 28 skiers started the Slalom event but only 13 managed to place. Gourley had his best finish in the Super Combined event where he finished in fifth position with a combined run time of 1:45.34, 0.15 seconds slower than fourth place finisher Russian Alexandr Alyabyev and 2.90 seconds slower than Austrian winner Matthias Lanzinger. On the last day of competition, Gourley successfully finished his first run in the Giant Slalom but finished with a Did Not Finish as a result of his second run. Gourley is next set to compete at the Sochi Test event.

Gourley was the only Australian competitor at the Championships. His Australian teammates, including Jessica Gallagher, Melissa Perrine, Toby Kane, and Cameron Rahles Rahbula, missed the Championships either because they needed a small break from this season’s competition schedule or to give themselves additional time to train for the Sochi Test event coming up next month.

2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 3 of competition. Slalom final. Mitchell Gourley of Australia
Image: Laura Hale.

Mitchell Gourley of Australia talking to a race official following his run in the Super Combined
Image: Laura Hale.

Mitchell Gourley of Australia. 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 2 of competition. Super-G final.
Image: Laura Hale.

Super G competition day at the 2013 IPC World Championships in La Molina, Spain. Mitchell Gourley riding a bike.
Image: Laura Hale.



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Nathalie Carpendo finishes wild card run at IPC Alpine World Championships

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Friday, March 1, 2013

Carpanedo following her Giant Slalom finish
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Carpanedo following her DNF slalom run at the 2013 World Championships in La Molina, Spain. Carpanedo was a wild card entry.
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Wednesday, Spanish LW10-2 classified sit skier Nathalie Carpanedo finished her wild card run at the IPC Alpine World Championships competing as a member of the Spanish team in the international team friendly held the day after the closing ceremonies for the World Championships. Carpanedo’s team finished tenth in a field of ten teams, which saw the Austria finish first, team 1 for the United States finish second, and Russia finish third.

Carpanedo started the day with 232.13 International Paralympic Committee Alpine Skiing points, and finished her team race with a time of 26.46 seconds. Because teammate Úrsula Pueyo had a faster time of 20.32, Carpanedo’s time was not used in tabulating Spain’s overall ranking as only one time by a female skier was required.

Beyond Wednesday’s event, Carpanedo competed in two individual races at the Championships. Her first was the Slalom, where she earned a Did Not Finish in her first run. 36 of the 112 competitors had the same result in that race. Her other race, the Giant Slalom, saw her finish in tenth in the women’s sitting group with a combined run time of 4:41.30, 2:11.60 minutes slower than Austrian Claudia Loesch and 1:02.58 minutes slower than the ninth place finisher Gyongi Dani of Hungary. Four skiers in the women’s sitting group failed to finish their runs, and 42 of the 117 total skiers in the Giant Slalom failed to rank in the race.

Carpanedo is one of the founding member of the first women’s disability ski team in Spain. Created with the support of Teresa Silva, Fundación También insisted the team be for women to encourage their participation in disability sport. Fundación También supports a number of other sports including skiing, bicycling, sailing, table tennis, canoeing and scuba diving. Carpanedo’s Fundación También teammate Irene Villa attended the final award ceremonies in support of her teammate and winter Paralympic sport in Spain.



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Nathalie Carpanedo finishes wild card run at 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships

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Carpanedo following her Giant Slalom finish
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Carpanedo following her DNF slalom run at the 2013 World Championships in La Molina, Spain. Carpanedo was a wild card entry.
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Wednesday, Spanish LW10-2 classified sit skier Nathalie Carpanedo finished her wild card run at the IPC Alpine World Championships competing as a member of the Spanish team in the international team friendly held the day after the closing ceremonies for the World Championships. Carpanedo’s team finished tenth in a field of ten teams, which saw the Austria finish first, team 1 for the United States finish second, and Russia finish third.

Carpanedo started the day with 232.13 International Paralympic Committee Alpine Skiing points, and finished her team race with a time of 26.46 seconds. Because teammate Úrsula Pueyo had a faster time of 20.32, Carpanedo’s time was not used in tabulating Spain’s overall ranking as only one time by a female skier was required.

Beyond Wednesday’s event, Carpanedo competed in two individual races at the Championships. Her first was the Slalom, where she earned a Did Not Finish in her first run. 36 of the 116 competitors had the same result in that race. Her other race, the Giant Slalom, saw her finish in tenth in the women’s sitting group with a combined run time of 4:41.30, 2:11.60 minutes slower than first place finisher Austrian Claudia Loesch and 1:09.02 minutes slower than the ninth place finisher Gyöngyi Dani of Hungary. Four skiers in the women’s sitting group failed to finish their runs, and 45 of the 117 total skiers in the Giant Slalom failed to rank in the race.

Carpanedo is one of the founding member of the first women’s disability ski team in Spain. Created with the support of Teresa Silva, Fundación También insisted the team be for women to encourage their participation in disability sport. Fundación También supports a number of other sports including bicycling, sailing, table tennis, canoeing and scuba diving. Carpanedo’s Fundación También teammate Irene Villa attended the final award ceremonies in support of her teammate and winter Paralympic sport in Spain.



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Australia\’s Mitchell Gourley finishes up at IPC Alpine World Championships

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Friday, March 1, 2013

With Australia not having a team compete at Wednesday’s IPC Alpine World Championships in La Molina, Spain, Mitchell Gourley finished his turn at the competition where the 2010 Winter Paralympian failed to earn a single medal.

On the first day of competition, Gourley finished tied in thirteenth place with Swiss skier Thomas Pfyl in the downhill with a time of 1:36.40, 6.66 seconds off the winning time set by Austria‘s Markus Salcher. In the Super-G event on the second day of competition, Gourley finished in eleventh place with a time of 1:16.90 seconds, 4.41 seconds behind winner Salcher. On the third competition day, Gourley earned an eighth place finish in the Slalom with a combined run time of 2:09.66, 3.37 seconds slower than seventh place finisher Andrzej Szczesny of Poland and 13.81 seconds behind winner Vincent Gauthier-Manuel of France. 28 skiers started the Slalom event but only 13 managed to place. Gourley had his best finish in the Super Combined event where he finished in fifth position with a combined run time of 1:45.34, 0.15 seconds slower than fourth place finisher Russian Alexandr Alyabyev and 2.90 seconds slower than Austrian winner Matthias Lanzinger. On the last day of competition, Gourley successfully finished his first run in the Giant Slalom but finished with a Did Not Finish as a result of his second run. Gourley is next set to compete at the Sochi Test event.

Gourley was the only Australian competitor at the Championships. His Australian teammates, including Jessica Gallagher, Melissa Perrine, Toby Kane, and Cameron Rahles Rahbula, missed the Championships either because they needed a small break from this season’s competition schedule or to give themselves additional time to train for the Sochi Test event coming up next month.

2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 3 of competition. Slalom final. Mitchell Gourley of Australia
Image: Laura Hale.

Mitchell Gourley of Australia talking to a race official following his run in the Super Combined
Image: Laura Hale.

Mitchell Gourley of Australia. 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships at La Molina in Spain. Day 2 of competition. Super-G final.
Image: Laura Hale.

Super G competition day at the 2013 IPC World Championships in La Molina, Spain. Mitchell Gourley riding a bike.
Image: Laura Hale.



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February 28, 2013

Austria wins friendly team competition at the end of the IPC Alpine World Championships

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Thursday, February 28, 2013

The IPC Alpine World Championships wrapped up yesterday in La Molina, Spain with a friendly, non-medal counting team event won by Austria. The winner was tabulated based on the fastest score for a visually impaired skier on the team, a female skier on the team and a male skier on the team. The Austrian team included Markus Salchet, Roman Rabl and Claudia Loesch for times counted, with Philipp Bonadimann, Thomas Grochar and Martin Wuerz also competing. The team event included ten teams representing eight countries, with the United States and Canada having two teams each and 54 skiers competing.

The United States team 1 came in second with Tayler Walker, Markus Bathum and Alana Nichols times counting, and Heath Calhoun, Ralph Green and Allison Jones also belonging to the team. Russia came in second with Ivan Frantseva, Alexandr Alyabyev and Mariya Papulova having their scores counted. Hosts Spain finished last with Jon Santacana, Óscar Espallargas and Úrsula Pueyo having their times counting, and Gabriel Gorce and Nathalie Carpanedo also members of the Spanish team.

The next major competition ahead of the 2014 Winter Paralympics is the test event in Sochi, Russia in March of this year.

Thomas Grochar on his run
Image: Laura Hale.

Solene Jambaque of France on her run
Image: Laura Hale.

Marie Bochet, five IPC Alpine World Championships gold medal winning skiing, on her run
Image: Laura Hale.

Canadian visually impaired skier Viviane Forest and Chloe and her guide Lauzon-Gauthier on their run
Image: Laura Hale.

Austrian skier Roman Rabl
Image: Laura Hale.

Gabriel Gorce and his guide on their run for Spain
Image: Laura Hale.

Visually impaired Canadian skier Mac Marcoux and guide BJ Marcoux experience problems on their run
Image: Laura Hale.

Stephani Victor skis for Team USA 2
Image: Laura Hale.

Martin France skis for Slovakia
Image: Laura Hale.

Jon Santacana and Miguel Galindo ski for Spain
Image: Laura Hale.

Braydon Luscombe of Canada
Image: Laura Hale.

Allison Jones of the United States for Team USA 1
Image: Laura Hale.

Fredric Francois of France
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Austria wins friendly team competition at end of 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships

Austria wins friendly team competition at end of 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships

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The IPC Alpine World Championships wrapped up yesterday in La Molina, Spain with a friendly, non-medal counting team event won by Austria. The winner was tabulated based on the fastest score for a visually impaired skier on the team, a female skier on the team, and a male skier on the team. The Austrian team included Markus Salcher, Roman Rabl, and Claudia Loesch for times counted, with Philipp Bonadimann, Thomas Grochar, and Martin Wuerz also competing. The team event included ten teams representing eight countries, with the United States and Canada having two teams each and 54 skiers competing.

The United States team 1 came in second with Tyler Walker, Mark Bathum, and Alana Nichols times counting, and Heath Calhoun, Ralph Green, and Allison Jones also belonging to the team. Russia came in third with Ivan Frantseva, Alexandr Alyabyev, and Mariya Papulova having their scores counted. Hosts Spain finished last with Jon Santacana, Óscar Espallargas, and Úrsula Pueyo having their times counting, and Gabriel Gorce and Nathalie Carpanedo also members of the Spanish team.

The next major competition ahead of the 2014 Winter Paralympics is the test event in Sochi, Russia in March of this year.

Thomas Grochar on his run
Image: Laura Hale.

Solene Jambaque of France on her run
Image: Laura Hale.

Marie Bochet, five IPC Alpine World Championships gold medal winning skiing, on her run
Image: Laura Hale.

Canadian visually impaired skier Viviane Forest and Chloe and her guide Lauzon-Gauthier on their run
Image: Laura Hale.

Austrian skier Roman Rabl
Image: Laura Hale.

Gabriel Gorce and his guide on their run for Spain
Image: Laura Hale.

Visually impaired Canadian skier Mac Marcoux and guide BJ Marcoux experience problems on their run
Image: Laura Hale.

Stephani Victor skis for Team USA 2
Image: Laura Hale.

Martin France skis for Slovakia
Image: Laura Hale.

Jon Santacana and Miguel Galindo ski for Spain
Image: Laura Hale.

Braydon Luscombe of Canada
Image: Laura Hale.

Allison Jones of the United States for Team USA 1
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Fredric Francois of France
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February 26, 2013

France finishes 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships on top of medal ladder

France finishes 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships on top of medal ladder

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On the final day of individual competition at the 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships in La Molina, Spain, concluded today with the Giant Slalom, France pulled ahead of Austria to sit atop of the medal ladder with seven gold medals, two silver medals, and three bronze medals to Austria’s seven gold medals, one silver medal, and three bronze medals. Canada earned the most overall medals at the World Championships with fourteen total medals, two more than France.

France’s medals today included a gold by Marie Bochet in the women’s standing event. Bochet captured all five individual gold medals available in her group at these World Championships. Vincent Gauthier-Manuel also earned a gold for France, in the men’s standing group.

Claudia Loesch earned a gold for Austria in the women’s sitting group. It was Austria’s only medal on the day.

Canada’s medals today included a silver by Viviane Forest and her guide Chloe Lauzon-Gauthier in the women’s visually impaired group, a silver by Mac Marcoux and his guide BJ Marcoux in the men’s visually impaired, a bronze by Chris Williamson and his guide in the same group, a bronze by Kimberly Joines in the women’s sitting group, and a bronze by Alexandra Starker in the women’s standing group.

Spain, who had not earned a medal since the second day of competition, increased their medal count by one when Jon Santacana and his guide Miguel Galindo Garcés earned their third gold of the competition after two competitions in a row where they earned Did Not Finishes (DNF) during their second runs.

The final day of skiing saw 117 skiers start, with only 72 getting ranked at the end. 28 skiers earned DNFs during the first run, and nine earned DNFs during their second runs. Five did not start the first run, and one did not start their second run. Two skiers were disqualified in their second runs.

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Flag of France.png FRA 7 2 3 12
2 Flag of Austria.png AUT 7 1 3 11
3 Flag of Russia.png RUS 4 4 3 11
4 Flag of Japan (geometric).png JPN 3 3 1 7
5 Flag of Spain.svg ESP 3 0 0 3
6 Flag of Germany.svg GER 2 7 2 11
7 Flag of Slovakia.png SVK 2 2 1 5
8 Flag of Canada.png CAN 1 5 8 14
9 Flag of the United States.png USA 1 1 1 3
10 Flag of Switzerland.svg SUI 0 2 4 6
11 Flag of Great Britain with border.png GBR 0 2 3 5
12 Flag of Italy.png ITA 0 1 0 1
13 Flag of New Zealand.png NZL 0 0 1 1

Viviane Forest and Chloe Lauzon-Gauthier of Canada hug following their silver medal run in the Giant Slalom
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Alexandra Frantseva and Pavel Zabotini of Russia hug following their gold medal run in the women’s visually impaired Giant Slalom
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Kelly Gallagher and Charlotte Evans of Great Britain make their way down the course in their second run of their bronze medal winning performance in the Giant Slalom
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Jon Santacana and Miguel Galindo Garcés embrace Chris Williamson and his guide Robin Femy following Santacana’s gold medal winning run
Image: Laura Hale.

Santacana and Galindo at the end of their second run in the Giant Slalom
Image: Laura Hale.

Marie Bochet of France gets a hug following earning her fifth medal of the competition
Image: Laura Hale.

Marie Bochet after crossing the finish line
Image: Laura Hale.

Marie Bochet and German silver medalist Andrea Rothfuss embrace
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Japan finishes IPC Alpine World Championships with seven medals

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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

With the individual component of IPC Alpine World Championships finishing earlier today in La Molina, Spain, the Japanese team leaves with seven total medals, three gold, three silver and one bronze.

Akira Kano with his bronze medal in the Super-G
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