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Alpine Skiing Men's World Cup Standings
    2008-12-06 10:15:29     Xinhua

Following are the Alpine skiing World Cup men's standings on Friday:

Downhill standings:

1. Aksel Lund Svindal (Norway) 136 points

2. Peter Fill (Italy) 124

3. Klaus Kroell (Austria) 95

4. Carlo Janka (Switzerland) 91

5. Marco Buechel (Liechtenstein) 90

6. Erik Guay (Canada) 86

7. Didier Defago (Switzerland) 72

8. Michael Walchhofer (Austria) 65

9. Hans Olsson (Sweden) 60

10. Georg Streitberger (Austria) 55

11. Daniel Albrecht (Switzerland) 53

12. Thomas Lanning (United States) 49

13. Ambrosi Hoffmann (Switzerland) 45

14. Christof Innerhofer (Italy) 40

15. Hermann Maier (Austria) 36

15. Steven Nyman (United States) 36

17. Werner Heel (Italy) 34

18. Andrej Jerman (Slovenia) 26

19. David Poisson (France) 24

19. Adrien Theaux (France) 24

 

Overall standings:

1. Aksel Lund Svindal (Norway) 185 points

2. Daniel Albrecht (Switzerland) 185

3. Didier Cuche (Switzerland) 156

4. Peter Fill (Italy) 137

5. Hermann Maier (Austria) 136

6. Carlo Janka (Switzerland) 130

7. Jean-Baptiste Grange (France) 122

8. Erik Guay (Canada) 122

9. Bode Miller (United States) 121

10. Didier Defago (Switzerland) 117

11. Michael Walchhofer (Austria) 115

12. Klaus Kroell (Austria) 113

13. Marco Buechel (Liechtenstein) 105

14. John Kucera (Canada) 80

15. Ted Ligety (United States) 69

16. Mario Matt (Austria) 63

16. Christoph Gruber (Austria) 63

18. Christof Innerhofer (Italy) 62

19. Ivica Kostelic (Croatia) 61

20. Hans Olsson (Sweden) 60

 
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