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All the results and details from this season's FIS World Cup men's giant slalom races.

Here are the current standings for the FIS World Cup Men's 2012-13 Giant Slalom:
Points awarded for each race: 100 points for 1st place, 80 for 2nd, 60 for 3rd, 50 for 4th, 45 for 5th ...down to 1pt for 30th place.

Position Skier Name Country Points
1st Ted Ligety USA 720
2nd Marcel Hirscher Austria 575
3rd Alexis Pinturault France 326
4th Manfred Moelgg Italy 301
5th Thomas Fanara France 236
6th Felix Neureuther Germany 232

Here is the calendar and results for the FIS World Cup Men's 2012-13 Giant Slalom Season:

Date Venue Country Winner 2nd Place 3rd Place
16-03-2013 Switzerland  Lenzerheide Switzerland Ted Ligety (USA) Marcel Hirscher (AUT) Alexis Pinturault (FRA)
09-03-2013 Slovenia  Kranjska Gora Slovenia Ted Ligety (USA) Marcel Hirscher (AUT) Alexis Pinturault (FRA)
24-02-2013 Germany  Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany Alexis Pinturault (FRA) Marcel Hirscher (AUT) Ted Ligety (USA)
12-01-2013 Switzerland  Adelboden Switzerland Ted Ligety (USA) Fritz Dopfer (GER) Felix Neureuther (GER)
16-12-2012 Italy  Alta Badia Italy Ted Ligety (USA) Marcel Hirscher (AUT) Thomas Fanara (FRA)
08-12-2012 France  Val d'Isere France Marcel Hirscher (AUT) Stefan Luitz Ted Ligety (USA)
02-12-2012 USA  Beaver Creek USA Ted Ligety (USA) Marcel Hirscher (AUT) Davide Simoncelli (ITA)
28-10-2012 Austria  Solden Austria Ted Ligety (USA) Manfred Moelgg (ITA) Marcel Hirscher (AUT)

Giant Slalom Race Details for 2012-13 Skiing Season

Flag   Beaver Creek Giant Slalom Ski Race Details, 02-12-2012

Race details will appear here.

Flag   Solden Giant Slalom Ski Race Details, 28-10-2012

Ted Ligety produced an incredible second run, in tricky conditions, to win the opening race of the FIS World Cup season on the glacier at Solden for the 2nd year running. Manfred Moelgg had led after the first run of the Giant Slalom, with Ligety second, but the American skied a phenomenal 2nd leg to claim victory by 2.75 seconds over Moelgg and 3.12 ahead of local hero Marcel Hirscher, a winning margin that is almost unheard of at the top level of alpine ski racing. With race organisers having to spend the previous 24 hours shifting heavy snow from the course, and with a blanket of fog descending, it was an achievement in itself to actually get the race underway and completed.

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