Cross-country skiing at the 1988 Winter Olympics

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1988 Winter Olympic Games cross-country skiing results was contested at the Canmore Nordic Centre in Canmore, Alberta, Canada.

Men's events[edit]

15 km classical[edit]

19 February 1988

Pos. Athlete Time
 Gold  Mikhail Devyatyarov
Soviet Union (URS)
41:18.9
 Silver  Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass
Norway (NOR)
41:33.4
 Bronze  Vladimir Smirnov
Soviet Union (URS)
41:48.5
4  Oddvar Brå (NOR) 42:17.3
5  Uwe Bellmann (GDR) 42:17.8
6  Maurilio De Zolt (ITA) 42:31.2
7  Vegard Ulvang (NOR) 42:31.5
8  Harri Kirvesniemi (FIN) 42:42.8

30 km classical[edit]

15 February 1988

Pos. Athlete Time
 Gold  Alexey Prokurorov
Soviet Union (URS)
1:24:26.3
 Silver  Vladimir Smirnov
Soviet Union (URS)
1:24:35.1
 Bronze  Vegard Ulvang
Norway (NOR)
1:25:11.6
4  Mikhail Devyatyarov (URS) 1:25:31.3
5  Giorgio Vanzetta (ITA) 1:25:37.2
6  Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass (NOR) 1:25:44.6
7  Gianfranco Polvara (ITA) 1:26:02.7
8  Marco Albarello (ITA) 1:26:09.1

50 km freestyle[edit]

17 February 1988

Pos. Athlete Time
 Gold  Gunde Svan
Sweden (SWE)
2:04:30.9
 Silver  Maurilio De Zolt
Italy (ITA)
2:05:36.4
 Bronze  Andy Grünenfelder
Switzerland (SUI)
2:06:01.9
4  Vegard Ulvang (NOR) 2:06:32.3
5  Holger Bauroth (GDR) 2:07:02.4
6  Jan Ottosson (SWE) 2:07:34.8
7  Kari Ristanen (FIN) 2:08:08.1
8  Uwe Bellmann (GDR) 2:08:18.6

4 x 10 km relay[edit]

22 February 1988

Pos. Team Time
 Gold Sweden (Jan Ottosson, Thomas Wassberg, Gunde Svan & Torgny Mogren) 1:43:58.6
 Silver Soviet Union (Vladimir Smirnov, Vladimir Sakhnov, Mikhail Devyatyarov & Alexey Prokurorov) 1:44:11.3
 Bronze Czechoslovakia (Radim Nyč, Václav Korunka, Pavel Benc & Ladislav Švanda) 1:45:22.7
4 Switzerland (Andy Grünenfelder, Jürg Capol, Giachem Guidon & Jeremias Wigger) 1:46:16.3
5 Italy (Silviano Barco, Albert Walder, Giorgio Vanzetta & Maurilio De Zolt) 1:46:16.7
6 Norway (Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass, Oddvar Brå, Vegard Ulvang & Terje Langli) 1:46:48.7
7 West Germany (Georg Fischer, Walter Kuss, Jochen Behle & Herbert Fritzenwenger) 1:48:05.0
8 Finland (Jari Laukkanen, Harri Kirvesniemi, Jari Räsänen & Kari Ristanen) 1:48:24.0

Women's events[edit]

5 km classical[edit]

17 February 1988

Medal Athlete Time
 Gold  Marjo Matikainen
Finland (FIN)
15:04.0
 Silver  Tamara Tikhonova
Soviet Union (URS)
15:05.3
 Bronze  Vida Vencienė
Soviet Union (URS)
15:11.1
4  Anne Jahren (NOR) 15:12.6
5  Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi (FIN) 15:16.7
6  Inger Helene Nybråten (NOR) 15:17.7
7  Marie-Helene Westin (SWE) 15:28.9
8  Svetlana Nageykina (URS) 15:29.9

10 km classical[edit]

14 February 1988

Medal Athlete Time
 Gold  Vida Vencienė
Soviet Union (URS)
30:08.3
 Silver  Raisa Smetanina
Soviet Union (URS)
30:17.0
 Bronze  Marjo Matikainen
Finland (FIN)
30:20.5
4  Svetlana Nageykina (URS) 30:26.5
5  Tamara Tikhonova (URS) 30:38.9
6  Inger Helene Nybråten (NOR) 30:51.7
7  Pirkko Määttä (FIN) 30:52.4
8  Marie-Helene Westin (SWE) 30:55.3

20 km freestyle[edit]

25 February 1988

Medal Athlete Time
 Gold  Tamara Tikhonova
Soviet Union (URS)
55:53.6
 Silver  Anfisa Reztsova
Soviet Union (URS)
56:12.8
 Bronze  Raisa Smetanina
Soviet Union (URS)
57:22.1
4  Christina Gilli-Brügger (SUI) 57:37.4
5  Simone Opitz (GDR) 57:54.3
6  Manuela Di Centa (ITA) 57:55.2
7  Kerstin Mohring (GDR) 58:17.2
8  Marianne Dahlmo (NOR) 58:31.1

4 x 5 km relay[edit]

21 February 1988

Medal Team Time
 Gold Soviet Union (Svetlana Nageykina, Nina Gavrilyuk, Tamara Tikhonova & Anfisa Reztsova) 59:51.1
 Silver Norway (Trude Dybendahl, Marit Wold, Anne Jahren & Marianne Dahlmo) 1:01:33.0
 Bronze Finland (Pirkko Määttä, Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi, Marjo Matikainen & Jaana Savolainen) 1:01:53.8
4 Switzerland (Karin Thomas, Sandra Parpan, Evi Kratzer & Christina Gilli-Brügger) 1:01:59.4
5 East Germany (Kerstin Mohring, Simone Opitz, Silke Braun & Simone Greiner-Petter) 1:02:19.9
6 Sweden (Lis Frost, Anna-Lena Fritzon, Karin Lamberg-Skog & Marie-Helene Westin) 1:02:24.9
7 Czechoslovakia (Lubomíra Balážová, Věra Klimková, Ivana Rádlová & Alžbeta Havrančíková) 1:03:37.1
8 United States (Dorcas Denhartog, Leslie Thompson, Nancy Fiddler & Leslie Krichko) 1:04:08.8

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