Cross-country skiing at the 1994 Winter Olympics

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The 1994 Winter Olympic Games cross-country skiing results.

Men's events[edit]

10 km[edit]

17 February 1994

Pos. Athlete Time
 Gold  Bjørn Dæhlie
Norway (NOR)
24:20.1
 Silver  Vladimir Smirnov
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
24:38.3
 Bronze  Marco Albarello
Italy (ITA)
24:42.3
4  Mikhail Botvinov (RUS) 24:58.9
5  Sture Sivertsen (NOR) 24:59.7
6  Mika Myllylä (FIN) 25:05.3
7  Vegard Ulvang (NOR) 25:08.0
8  Silvio Fauner (ITA) 25:08.1

15 km pursuit[edit]

19 February 1994

Pos. Athlete Time
 Gold  Bjørn Dæhlie
Norway (NOR)
1:00:08.8
 Silver  Vladimir Smirnov
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
1:00:38.0
 Bronze  Silvio Fauner
Italy (ITA)
1:01:48.6
4  Mika Myllylä (FIN) 1:01:55.9
5  Mikhail Botvinov (RUS) 1:01:57.8
6  Jari Räsänen (FIN) 1:02:03.7
7  Sture Sivertsen (NOR) 1:02:09.7
8  Johann Mühlegg (GER) 1:02:31.2

30 km[edit]

14 February 1994

Pos. Athlete Time
 Gold  Thomas Alsgaard
Norway (NOR)
1:12:26.4
 Silver  Bjørn Dæhlie
Norway (NOR)
1:13:13.6
 Bronze  Mika Myllylä
Finland (FIN)
1:14:14.5
4  Mikhail Botvinov (RUS) 1:14:43.3
5  Maurilio De Zolt (ITA) 1:14:55.5
6  Jari Isometsä (FIN) 1:15:12.5
7  Silvio Fauner (ITA) 1:15:27.7
8  Egil Kristiansen (NOR) 1:15:37.7

50 km[edit]

27 February 1994

Pos. Athlete Time
 Gold  Vladimir Smirnov
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
2:07:20.3
 Silver  Mika Myllylä
Finland (FIN)
2:08:41.4
 Bronze  Sture Sivertsen
Norway (NOR)
2:08:49.0
4  Bjørn Dæhlie (NOR) 2:09:11.4
5  Erling Jevne (NOR) 2:09:12.2
6  Christer Majbäck (SWE) 2:10:03.8
7  Maurilio De Zolt (ITA) 2:10:12.1
8  Giorgio Vanzetta (ITA) 2:10:16.4

4 x 10 km relay[edit]

22 February 1994

Pos. Team Time
 Gold Italy (Maurilio De Zolt, Marco Albarello, Giorgio Vanzetta & Silvio Fauner) 1:41:15.0
 Silver Norway (Sture Sivertsen, Vegard Ulvang, Thomas Alsgaard & Bjørn Dæhlie) 1:41:15.4
 Bronze Finland (Mika Myllylä, Harri Kirvesniemi, Jari Räsänen & Jari Isometsä) 1:42:15.6
4 Germany (Torald Rein, Jochen Behle, Peter Schlickenrieder & Johann Mühlegg) 1:44:26.7
5 Russia (Andrei Kirilov, Alexey Prokurorov, Gennadiy Lazutin & Mikhail Botvinov) 1:44:29.2
6 Sweden (Jan Ottosson, Christer Majbäck, Anders Bergström & Henrik Forsberg) 1:45:22.7
7 Switzerland (Jeremias Wigger, Hans Diethelm, Jürg Capol, Giachem Guidon) 1:47:12.2
8 Czech Republic (Lubos Buchta, Václav Korunka, Jiří Teplý & Pavel Benc) 1:47:12.6

The winning Italian team was among the last carriers of the Olympic torch in the stadium during the 2006 Winter Olympics opening ceremony in Turin, Italy.

Women's events[edit]

5 km[edit]

15 February 1994

Medal Athlete Time
 Gold  Lyubov Yegorova
Russia (RUS)
14:08.8
 Silver  Manuela Di Centa
Italy (ITA)
14:28.3
 Bronze  Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi
Finland (FIN)
14:36.0
4  Anita Moen (NOR) 14:39.4
5  Inger Helene Nybråten (NOR) 14:43.6
6  Larisa Lazutina (RUS) 14:44.2
7  Trude Dybendahl (NOR) 14:48.1
8  Kateřina Neumannová (CZE) 14:49.6

10 km pursuit[edit]

17 February 1994

Medal Athlete Time
 Gold  Lyubov Yegorova
Russia (RUS)
41:38.1
 Silver  Manuela Di Centa
Italy (ITA)
41:46.1
 Bronze  Stefania Belmondo
Italy (ITA)
42:21.1
4  Larisa Lazutina (RUS) 42:36.8
5  Nina Gavrilyuk (RUS) 42:37.5
6  Trude Dybendahl (NOR) 42:50.3
7  Kateřina Neumannová (CZE) 42:50.4
8  Anita Moen (NOR) 43:21.6

15 km[edit]

13 February 1994

Medal Athlete Time
 Gold  Manuela Di Centa
Italy (ITA)
39:44.5
 Silver  Lyubov Yegorova
Russia (RUS)
41:03.0
 Bronze  Nina Gavrilyuk
Russia (RUS)
41:10.4
4  Stefania Belmondo (ITA) 41:33.6
5  Larisa Lazutina (RUS) 41:57.6
6  Yelena Välbe (RUS) 42:26.6
7  Antonina Ordina (SWE) 42:29.1
8  Alžběta Havrančíková (SVK) 42:34.4

30 km[edit]

24 February 1994

Medal Athlete Time
 Gold  Manuela Di Centa
Italy (ITA)
1:25:41.6
 Silver  Marit Wold
Norway (NOR)
1:25:57.8
 Bronze  Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi
Finland (FIN)
1:26:13.0
4  Trude Dybendahl (NOR) 1:26:52.6
5  Lyubov Yegorova (RUS) 1:26:54.8
6  Yelena Välbe (RUS) 1:26:57.4
7  Inger Helene Nybråten (NOR) 1:27:11.2
8  Marjut Rolig (FIN) 1:27:51.4

4 x 5 km relay[edit]

21 February 1994

Medal Team Time
 Gold Russia (Yelena Välbe, Larisa Lazutina, Nina Gavrilyuk & Lyubov Yegorova) 57:12.5
 Silver Norway (Trude Dybendahl, Inger Helene Nybråten, Elin Nilsen & Anita Moen) 57:42.6
 Bronze Italy (Bice Vanzetta, Manuela Di Centa, Gabriella Paruzzi & Stefania Belmondo) 58:42.6
4 Finland (Pirkko Määttä, Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi, Merja Lahtinen & Marjut Rolig) 59:15.9
5 Switzerland (Sylvia Honegger, Silke Schwager, Barbara Mettler & Brigitte Albrecht) 1:00:05.1
6 Sweden (Anna Frithioff, Marie-Helene Östlund, Anna-Lena Fritzon & Antonina Ordina) 1:00:05.8
7 Slovakia (Lubomíra Balážová, Jaroslava Bukvajová, Tatiana Kutlikova & Alžběta Havrančíková) 1:01:00.2
8 Poland (Michalina Maciuszek, Małgorzata Ruchała, Dorota Kwaśna & Bernadetta Bocek) 1:01:13.2

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