Monday, February 14th 2011
On day eight, Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) crowned himself the Super Combined king of the two mountains.
In the Downhill he put the groundworks to his success. After the Slalom he won ahead of the Italians Christof Innerhofer and Peter Fill.
Tuesday, February 15th 2011
They were his World Championships. He took home a complete set of medals: Christof Innerhofer´s star finally rose above Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
He won Gold in the Super-G, Silver in the Super Combined and Bronze in the Downhill.
Wednesday, February 16th 2011
The “Grande Nation” France cheered on day ten. They won the Nation´s Team Event, which was held as a Parallel Slalom for the first time.
Austria won the second place, Sweden´s team ensured the Bronze medal.
Thursday, February 17th 2011
After the ladies´ Giant Slalom they could name themselves “World Champions” for the first time in their career. The Slovenian Tina Maze had the print of always being second – however, that day she showed the world that she was able to win. In a hundreths´ duel she pushed young Italian Federica Brignone to place two. French Tessa Worley secured after an exciting chase her Bronze medal – having completed the first heat only on rank 19.
Friday, February 18th 2011
Giant Slalom favourite Ted Ligety won on the twelfth day of the World Championships. The US-American accomplished
best the challenging course at the Kandahar and brought the first Gold medal to the US-team.
Saturday, February 19th 2011
Austria again and again: The ladies´ Slalom title of the penultimate day was won by top favourite Marlies Schild,
and Silver was won by an Austrian as well, Kathrin Zettel. Maria Pietilae-Holmner from Sweden got the Bronze medal.
Sunday, February 20th 2011
French victory on final day. 29 years after Michel Vion's victory won Jean-Baptiste Grange the Slalom title. He won ahead of Jens Byggmark (SWE) and Manfred
Here you can see the whole picture collection of the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships 2011 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.