[2014] Paris Slalom World Cup - Euros for Jun/Masters May 31

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[2014] Paris Slalom World Cup - Euros for Jun/Masters May 31

Post by Jani Soderhall » Wed May 28, 2014 2:28 pm

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2014 - Euros for Jun/Masters May

Post by Jani Soderhall » Wed May 28, 2014 2:30 pm

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2014 - Euros for Jun/Masters May

Post by Jani Soderhall » Wed May 28, 2014 2:31 pm

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2014 - Euros for Jun/Masters May

Post by Jani Soderhall » Wed May 28, 2014 2:34 pm

Keep an eye on this topic over the weekend for the latest news on the race. I'll be posting partial results to the front page too. And then there's the usual facts/rumours/stories/cry-outs on FB. We'll keep you posted!

The weather looks stable for Saturday, Sunday, but not as warm as we usually have it. 19/20 degress C only, but for racing that's a good temperature.

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2014 - Euros for Jun/Masters May

Post by Jani Soderhall » Thu May 29, 2014 5:25 pm

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2014 - Euros for Jun/Masters May

Post by Jani Soderhall » Thu May 29, 2014 6:27 pm

If you have any questions for the weekend, you can reach me on mobile: +33648907756

I may show up at Trocadero Friday in the afternoon, but more likely we'll all meet Saturday morning!

It should be sunny on Friday, so if you're in town, go and skate! That'll reduce warm up time Saturday morning.

Preliminary order of events:

Saturday:

Registration, practice
Giant slalom
Tight (straight) slalom

Sunday:

Special slalom
Nations Cup (if time allows)
Prize ceremony




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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2014 - Euros for Jun/Masters May

Post by Jani Soderhall » Fri May 30, 2014 4:59 pm

FINAL PROGRAMME

Here's the final programme, and adapted according to the weather forecast. Beautiful weather on Saturday, possible rain showers on Sunday. We know the Trocadero dries fast when there is only light rain, but it may disrupt the program on Sunday, so we'd better try to be as efficient as possible on Saturday.

Usually it takes a bit of time to get started in the morning, with installations, registrations, greeting everyone and getting the courses set up for practise. However with a risk of rain on Sunday, we will try to get ready asap on Saturday morning, so please come early and help us get going. As there is not such a large number of participants there are chances we can run GS, straight easily on Saturday. With the risk of rain showers (although fairly light) we will try to fit in two runs of qualification for the Special slalom already Saturday evening.

SATURDAY
08h30 Registration
09h GS practise
10h Giant slalom, 2 runs

13h Tight slalom, practise
14h Tight slalom, qualification
16h Tight slalom, finals
18h Special slalom qual (if time allows and the weather forecast says rain Sunday)


SUNDAY
09h Special slalom practise
10h Special slalom, qualification
12h Special slalom, finals
14h Nations Cup
16h Awards, overall


NATIONS CUP
The proposed Nations Cup is just a fun event with no special awards other than the immense honor of being the coolest, fastest and most beautiful team! If we have the time to run it, it'll happen, but if rain disturbes us on Sunday we may not have the time to run it.

Maybe to your surprise we have created the teams for you already. This is our provisional team distribution. This will change only if we have more or less participants (not according to your selection or preference). The jury will choose the team setup. If you cannot participate for one reason or another you may choose to not

Preliminary teams:

FRANCE 1
Christopher Dupont
Franck Pannetier
JS Dennebouy

FRANCE 2
Michel Dupont
Marco Camelan
Oliver Noel

FRANCE 3
Guillaume StCriq
Vincent Langlade
Vincent Tanguy

SWEDEN
Pelle Plast
Niklas Hyland
Tezzan Redman

CZE/FR/SE
Petr Matous
Erika Schoirfer
Jani Söderhäll (or another rider)

RUS/UKR/FRA
Oleg Gluschko (RUS)
Stas Mironenko (speaks Russian)
Alexei Soderhall (born in Russia!)

SPAIN 1
Daniel
Alfonso
Leonardo

SPAIN 2
Nacho
Borja
José

ENGLAND 1
Michael
Mmedo
Didier

ENGLAND 2
Patrick
Cyprien
???

ENGLAND/SWITERLAND
Louis
Richard
Jadranko

GERMANY 1
Radan
Lukas
Felix M

GERMANY 2
Robert T (prel)
Max T
Felix T

Nations Cup Rules
The qualification of the Nations Cup is the straight slalom on Saturday. Based upon the result of each rider we'll pre-qualify the teams and then run them head-to-head. Course will be shorter than the usual Straight, probably 30 cones. It will be a fast and fun race. Rules: First to 5 victories, max 5 cones hit then DQ, no cone penalty. Winning team moves forward, loosing team is out.


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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2014 - Euros for Jun/Masters May

Post by Jani Soderhall » Sun Jun 01, 2014 11:27 pm

Partial results, more coming tomorrow.

Special/Hybrid slalom Open
1. Stas Mironenko (UKR)
2. Christopher Dupont (FRA)
3. Oleg Glushko (RUS)
4. Vincent Tanguy (FRA)
5. Louis Selby (GBR)
6. Michel Dupont (FRA)
7. Daniel Navarro Fernandez (ESP)
8. Jadranko Radovanovic (SUI)
8. Marc Camelan (FRA)
9. Alfonso Pérez Villalpando (ESP)
10. Felix Müller (GER)

Special/Hybrid slalom Women
1. Sandrine Saint-criq (FRA)
2. Tezzan Redman (SWE)
3. Erika Schoirfer (FRA)
4. Anne Alexandre (FRA)

Special/Hybrid slalom Masters (45-)
1. Jani Söderhäll (SWE)
2. Vincent Langlade (FRA)
3. Niclas Hyland (SWE)
4. Pelle Gustafsson (SWE)
5. Paul Coupe (GBR)
6. Franck Pannetier (FRA)
7. Richard Searle (GBR)
8. Jose Muñoz Cuellar (ESP)
9. Olivier Noel (FRA)


Special/Hybrid slalom Juniors (-17)
1. Petr Matous (CZE)
2. Max Thiele (GER)
3. Cyprien Dumont (GBR)
4. Leonardo Fernandez (ESP)
5. Alexei Söderhäll (FRA)
6. Felix Thiele (GER)

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2014 - Euros for Jun/Masters May

Post by Hans Koraeus » Mon Jun 02, 2014 1:36 pm

Complete results:

Giant slalom:
Juniors
Women
Masters
Open

Straight slalom:
Juniors - Quals
Juniors - Finals
Women Quals
Women Finals
Masters Quals
Master Finals
Open Quals
Open Elims

Special slalom:
Juniors - Quals
Juniors - Finals
Women Quals
Women Finals
Masters Quals
Master Finals
Open Quals
Open Elims

Nations Cup:
1 CZE/UK/FRA (Matous/Dumont/S.St Cric)
2 SPAIN 1 (D.Fernandez/Villalpando/L.Fernandez)
3 GERMANY 2 (R.Thiele/Müller/M.Thiele)
4 ENGLAND (Selby/Duffort/Searle)
5 RUS/UKR/FRA (Mironenko/Gluschko/A.Soderhall)
6 FRANCE 2 (M.Dupont/Camelan/Noel)
7 FRANCE 1 (C.Dupont/Pannetier/Dennebouy)
8 FRANCE 3 (StCriq/Langlade/Tanguy)
9 SWEDEN (Gustafson/Hyland/Redman)
10 SPAIN 2 (N.Cuellar/B.Cuellar/J.Cuellar)


See also results on Paris World Cup ranking event page where you can also see the overall standings.

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Re: Paris Slalom World Cup 2014 - Euros for Jun/Masters May

Post by Jani Soderhall » Mon Jun 02, 2014 2:59 pm

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Leonardo Fernandez, Spain. Photo by Franck Pennetier

Overall Open
1 Stas Mironenko, Ukraine /Pro
2 Christopher Dupont, France /Pro
3 Oleg Glushko, Russia /Pro
4 Michel Dupont, France /Pro
5 Louis Selby, Great Britain /Pro
6 Marc Camelan, France /Pro
7 Alfonso Pérez Villalpando, Spain
8 Vincent Tanguy, France
9 Daniel Navarro Fernandez, Spain
10 Nacho Munoz Cuellar, Spain
11 Felix Müller, Germany
12 Mmedo Duffort, Great Britain
13 Guillaume Saint-Criq, France /Pro
14 Borja Munoz Cuellar, Spain
15 Jadranko Radovanovic, Switzerland
16 David Rudnianski, France
17 Didier Lambert, Great Britain
18 Jean-Sébastien Dennebouy, France

Overall Am (top 3)
1 Alfonso Pérez Villalpando, Spain
2 Vincent Tanguy, France
3 Daniel Navarro Fernandez, Spain

Overall Women
1 Sandrine Saint-criq, France
2 Tezzan Redman, Sweden
3 Erika Schoirfer, France
4 Anne Alexandre, France

Overall Masters
1 Jani Söderhäll, Sweden - European Champion, Overall, 2014 - Masters category
2 Vincent Langlade, France
3 Niclas Hyland, Sweden
4 Pelle Gustafsson, Sweden
5 Franck Pannetier, France
6 Richard Searle, Great Britain
7 Jose Muñoz Cuellar, Spain
8 Olivier Noel, France
9 Radan Knobloch, Germany
10 Paul Coupe, Great Britain
11 Patrick Dumont, Great Britain

Overall Juniors (-17)
1 Petr Matous, Czech Republic - European Champion, Overall, 2014 - Junior (-17) category
2 Max Thiele, Germany
3 Cyprien Dumont, Great Britain
4 Leonardo Fernandez, Spain
5 Alexei Söderhäll, France
6 Felix Thiele, Germany
7 Lukas Knobloch, Germany

Overall Juniors (-14) - European Champion, Overall, 2014 - Junior (-14) category
1 Max Thiele, Germany
2 Cyprien Dumont, Great Britain
3 Leonardo Fernandez, Spain
4 Felix Thiele, Germany
5 Lukas Knobloch, Germany

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