Alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Women's slalom

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Women's slalom
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
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Pictogram for alpine skiing
Venue Deer Valley
Date February 20
Competitors 70 from 35 nations
Winning time 1:46.10
Medalists
Gold medal    Croatia
Silver medal    France
Bronze medal    Sweden
«1998 2006»
Alpine skiing at the
2002 Winter Olympics
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Combined   men   women
Downhill men women
Giant slalom men women
Slalom men women
Super-G men women

The event was held on February 20, 2002 at the Deer Valley Resort. Kostelic and Pärson both won medals for the second time in the Olympic

Results[edit]

Complete results from the women's slalom event at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Time Difference
1 Janica Kostelić Croatia 52.14 53.96 1:46.10
2 Laure Pequegnot France 52.32 53.85 1:46.17 +0.07
3 Anja Pärson Sweden 52.57 54.52 1:47.09 +0.99
4 Ylva Nowén Sweden 53.08 54.10 1:47.18 +1.08
5 Martina Ertl Germany 54.08 53.74 1:47.82 +1.72
6 Monika Bergmann Germany 54.18 53.80 1:47.98 +1.88
7 Vanessa Vidal France 53.70 54.41 1:48.11 +2.01
8 Henna Raita Finland 54.75 53.65 1:48.40 +2.30
9 Nataša Bokal Slovenia 55.02 54.92 1:49.94 +3.84
10 Nicole Gius Italy 55.57 55.44 1:51.01 +4.91
11 Claudia Riegler New Zealand 55.17 56.02 1:51.19 +5.09
12 Nika Fleiss Croatia 55.39 55.88 1:51.27 +5.17
13 Anna Ottosson Sweden 55.32 56.45 1:51.77 +5.67
14 Noriyo Hiroi Japan 56.35 55.63 1:51.98 +5.88
15 María José Rienda Spain 56.18 55.93 1:52.11 +6.01
16 Kumiko Kashiwagi Japan 56.14 56.27 1:52.41 +6.31
17 Alenka Dovžan Slovenia 55.73 56.92 1:52.65 +6.55
18 Silke Bachmann Italy 55.69 57.25 1:52.94 +6.84
19 Emma Carrick-Anderson Great Britain 56.25 57.54 1:53.79 +7.69
20 Špela Pretnar Slovenia 55.16 58.93 1:54.09 +7.99
21 Eva Kurfürstová Czech Republic 56.79 57.40 1:54.19 +8.09
22 Susanne Ekman Sweden 57.10 57.22 1:54.32 +8.22
23 Ana Jelušić Croatia 57.42 57.59 1:55.01 +8.91
24 Vicky Grau Andorra 58.13 57.03 1:55.16 +9.06
25 Jeannette Korten Australia 57.85 58.25 1:56.10 +10.00
26 Carolina Ruiz Castillo Spain 57.72 58.50 1:56.22 +10.12
27 Emily Brydon Canada 58.58 59.61 1:58.19 +12.09
28 Nadejda Vassileva Bulgaria 59.59 59.45 1:59.04 +12.94
29 Vanessa Rakedjian Armenia 58.59 1:00.53 1:59.12 +13.02
30 Yulia Siparenko Ukraine 59.63 1:00.87 2:00.50 +14.40
31 María Belén Simari Birkner Argentina 59.59 1:00.99 2:00.58 +14.48
32 Lindsey Kildow United States 56.84 1:03.89 2:00.73 +14.63
33 Emma Furuvik Iceland 1:00.39 1:01.53 2:01.92 +15.82
34 Olesia Persidskaya Kazakhstan 1:03.98 1:05.99 2:09.97 +23.87
35 Tamsen McGarry Ireland 1:05.44 1:05.56 2:11.00 +24.90
36 Chirine Njeim Lebanon 1:05.54 1:07.94 2:13.48 +27.38
37 Konstantina Koutra Greece 1:09.19 1:09.41 2:18.60 +32.50
38 Elmira Urumbaeva Uzbekistan 1:14.51 1:10.39 2:24.90 +38.80
Tanja Poutiainen Finland 52.46 DNF
Sonja Nef Switzerland 53.32 DNF
Marlies Oester Switzerland 53.64 DNF
Corina Grünenfelder Switzerland 54.13 DNF
Renate Götschl Austria 54.31 DNF
Carina Raich Austria 55.10 DNF
Christine Sponring Austria 55.42 DNF
Petra Zakouřilová Czech Republic 56.22 DNF
Jelena Lolović Yugoslavia 58.87 DNF
Rowena Bright Australia 1:00.22 DNF
Márta Vastagh Regős Hungary 1:17.66 DNF
Alexandra Munteanu Romania DNS
Tamara Schädler Liechtenstein DNS
Christel Pascal-Saioni France DNF
Kristina Koznick United States DNF
Hedda Berntsen Norway DNF
Trine Bakke Norway DNF
Sarah Schleper United States DNF
Marlies Schild Austria DNF
Veronika Zuzulová Slovakia DNF
Annemarie Gerg Germany DNF
Zali Steggall Australia DNF
Allison Forsyth Canada DNF
Lea Dabič Slovenia DNF
Tasha Nelson United States DNF
Denise Karbon Italy DNF
Kathrin Nikolussi Australia DNF
Chemmy Alcott Great Britain DNF
Lucie Hrstková Czech Republic DNF
Sonia Vierin Italy DNF
Macarena Simari Birkner Argentina DNF
Sofia Akhmeteli Georgia DNF

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