Alpine skiing at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Women's slalom

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Women's slalom
at the XVII Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Hafjell
Date February 26
Competitors 55 from 25 nations
Winning time 1:56.01
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Vreni Schneider  Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Elfi Eder  Austria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Katja Koren  Slovenia
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The Women's slalom competition of the Lillehammer 1994 Olympics was held at Hafjell.[1][2]

The defending world champion was Karin Buder of Austria, while Switzerland's Vreni Schneider was the defending World Cup slalom champion and leading the 1994 World Cup.[3][4]

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Bib Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Vreni Schneider  Switzerland 0:59.68 0:56.33 1:56.01 -
2nd, silver medalist(s) Elfi Eder  Austria 0:59.54 0:56.81 1:56.35 +0.34
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Katja Koren  Slovenia 0:59.00 0:57.61 1:56.61 +0.60
4 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 0:59.05 0:57.63 1:56.68 +0.67
5 Gabi Zingre  Switzerland 0:59.62 0:58.18 1:57.80 +1.79
6 Christine von Grünigen  Switzerland 1:00.76 0:57.10 1:57.86 +1.85
7 Roberta Serra  Italy 1:00.39 0:57.49 1:57.88 +1.87
8 Urška Hrovat  Slovenia 1:00.38 0:57.69 1:58.07 +2.06
9 Morena Gallizio  Italy 1:00.43 0:57.76 1:58.19 +2.18
10 Deborah Compagnoni  Italy 1:00.25 0:58.01 1:58.26 +2.25
11 Špela Pretnar  Slovenia 1:00.78 0:57.87 1:58.65 +2.64
12 Monika Maierhofer  Austria 1:01.05 0:57.69 1:58.74 +2.73
13 Titti Rodling  Sweden 1:01.01 0:58.06 1:59.07 +3.06
14 Martina Ertl  Germany 1:01.23 0:58.42 1:59.65 +3.64
15 Trude Gimle  Norway 1:01.55 0:58.32 1:59.87 +3.86
16 Lara Magoni  Italy 1:00.77 0:59.24 2:00.01 +4.00
17 Martina Accola  Switzerland 1:00.45 0:59.58 2:00.03 +4.02
18 Carrie Sheinberg  United States 1:01.63 0:58.53 2:00.16 +4.15
19 Kristina Andersson  Sweden 1:01.46 0:59.29 2:00.75 +4.74
20 Ásta Halldórsdóttir  Iceland 1:01.86 0:59.69 2:01.55 +5.54
21 Lucia Medzihradská  Slovakia 1:02.67 0:58.88 2:01.55 +5.54
22 Zali Steggall  Australia 1:03.16 0:59.88 2:03.04 +7.03
23 Mónica Bosch  Spain 1:03.79 1:02.32 2:06.11 +10.10
24 Caroline Poussier  Andorra 1:04.46 1:02.36 2:06.82 +10.81
25 Szvetlana Keszthelyi  Hungary 1:06.09 1:02.91 2:09.00 +12.99
26 Gabriela Quijano  Argentina 1:09.70 1:07.56 2:17.26 +21.25
27 Arijana Boras  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:10.92 1:07.80 2:18.72 +22.71
28 Ágnes Litter  Hungary 1:31.67 1:03.94 2:35.61 +39.60
- Leila Piccard  France 1:01.33 DNF - -
- Eva Twardokens  United States 1:01.47 DNF - -
- Julie Parisien  United States 1:01.61 DQ - -
- Monique Pelletier  United States 1:01.87 DQ - -
- Claudia Riegler  New Zealand 1:02.26 DNF - -
- Hilde Gerg  Germany 1:02.48 DNF - -
- Olha Lohinova  Ukraine 1:03.49 DQ - -
- Thomal Lefoussi  Greece 1:12.16 DNF - -
- Patricia Chauvet  France DNF - - -
- Marianne Kjørstad  Norway DNF - - -
- Annelise Coberger  New Zealand DNF - - -
- Anita Wachter  Austria DNF - - -
- Miriam Vogt  Germany DNF - - -
- Alenka Dovžan  Slovenia DNF - - -
- Béatrice Filliol  France DNF - - -
- Trine Bakke  Norway DQ - - -
- Edda Mutter  Germany DNF - - -
- Florence Masnada  France DNF - - -
- Emma Carrick-Anderson  Great Britain DNF - - -
- Mélanie Turgeon  Canada DNF - - -
- Erika Hansson  Sweden DNF - - -
- Claire de Pourtales  Great Britain DNF - - -
- Caroline Gedde-Dahl  Norway DQ - - -
- Ainhoa Ibarra Astellara  Spain DNF - - -
- Vicky Grau  Andorra DNF - - -
- Ophélie David  Hungary DNF - - -
- María José Rienda Contreras  Spain DNF - - -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Lillehammer 1994 Official Report" (PDF). Lillehammer Olympiske Organisasjonskomité. LA84 Foundation. 1994. Retrieved November 20, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games: Women's Slalom". Sports Reference. Retrieved 29 March 2018. 
  3. ^ "1993 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved November 20, 2013. 
  4. ^ "1993 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved November 20, 2013.