Kiwi duo Adam Barwood and Willis Feasey have finished outside the top 30 in the final of the men's giant slalom in PyeongChang.

Barwood finished in 34th place while Feasey ended up in 36th, after both skiers fell out of medal contention in their first runs.

The top 30 after the first run went down the slope in reverse order to see who took out the medals, before those ranked 31st to 85th after one run battled it out for the lower rankings.

Barwood, who finished with a total time of 2:27.22, finished more than nine seconds behind eventual winner Marcel Hirscher, while Feasey finished over 10 seconds behind the lead.


Hirscher claimed his second gold medal at the PyeongChang games.

The 28-year-old Austrian star extended his first-run lead to win by a huge margin of 1.27 seconds over hard-charging Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway.

Bronze medalist Alexis Pinturault of France finished 1.31 behind Hirscher's two-run time of 2:18.04.

Hirscher can complete a sweep of three individual titles in his best event, the slalom, which is scheduled for Thursday.

The Austrian also won the Alpine combined on Tuesday.

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