Alpine skiing at the 1998 Winter Olympics – Women's slalom

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Women's slalom
at the XVIII Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Shiga Kogen
Date February 19
Competitors 57 from 27 nations
Winning time 1:32.40
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Hilde Gerg  Germany
2nd, silver medalist(s) Deborah Compagnoni  Italy
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Zali Steggall  Australia
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The Women's slalom competition of the 1998 Winter Olympic Games was held at Shiga Kogen.[1][2]

The defending world champion was Deborah Compagnoni of Italy, while Sweden's Pernilla Wiberg was the defending World Cup slalom champion. [3][4]

Results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Country Run 1 Run 2 Total Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) Hilde Gerg  Germany 0:45.89 0:46.51 1:32.40 -
2nd, silver medalist(s) Deborah Compagnoni  Italy 0:45.29 0:47.17 1:32.46 +0.06
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Zali Steggall  Australia 0:45.96 0:46.71 1:32.67 +0.27
4 Martina Ertl  Germany 0:46.22 0:46.69 1:32.91 +0.51
5 Sabine Egger  Austria 0:45.97 0:47.25 1:33.22 +0.82
6 Ingrid Salvenmoser  Austria 0:46.84 0:46.55 1:33.39 +0.99
7 Martina Accola  Switzerland 0:46.37 0:47.75 1:34.12 +1.72
8 Morena Gallizio  Italy 0:46.93 0:47.94 1:34.87 +2.47
9 Monika Bergmann  Germany 0:47.78 0:47.21 1:34.99 +2.59
10 Anna Ottosson  Sweden 0:47.31 0:47.93 1:35.24 +2.84
11 Nataša Bokal  Slovenia 0:47.72 0:47.87 1:35.59 +3.19
12 Ylva Nowén  Sweden 0:48.07 0:48.26 1:36.33 +3.93
13 Julie Parisien  United States 0:47.91 0:48.44 1:36.35 +3.95
14 María José Rienda Contreras  Spain 0:47.73 0:48.73 1:36.46 +4.06
15 Lara Magoni  Italy 0:48.13 0:48.50 1:36.63 +4.23
16 Alenka Dovžan  Slovenia 0:47.95 0:48.71 1:36.66 +4.26
17 Kazuko Ikeda  Japan 0:47.88 0:49.41 1:37.29 +4.89
18 Tanja Poutiainen  Finland 0:48.06 0:49.45 1:37.51 +5.11
19 Vicky Grau  Andorra 0:48.41 0:49.28 1:37.69 +5.29
20 Junko Yamakawa  Japan 0:48.76 0:49.34 1:38.10 +5.70
21 Diana Fehr  Liechtenstein 0:48.66 0:50.10 1:38.76 +6.36
22 Sarah Schleper  United States 0:49.17 0:50.25 1:39.42 +7.02
23 Tamara Schädler  Liechtenstein 0:49.74 0:50.27 1:40.01 +7.61
24 Kumiko Kashiwagi  Japan 0:49.63 0:50.83 1:40.46 +8.06
25 Carola Calello  Argentina 0:50.52 0:51.04 1:41.56 +9.16
26 Nadezhda Vasileva  Bulgaria 0:52.68 0:52.76 1:45.44 +13.04
27 Mirjana Granzov  Yugoslavia 0:52.45 0:54.20 1:46.65 +14.25
- Leïla Piccard  France 0:46.25 DNF - -
- Karin Roten  Switzerland 0:46.64 DNF - -
- Kristina Koznick  United States 0:46.73 DNF - -
- Urška Hrovat  Slovenia 0:47.02 DNF - -
- Špela Pretnar  Slovenia 0:47.11 DNF - -
- Trine Bakke-Rognmo  Norway 0:47.17 DNF - -
- Henna Raita  Finland 0:47.18 DNF - -
- Mónica Bosch  Spain 0:47.89 DNF - -
- Katerina Tichy  Canada 0:47.93 DNF - -
- Katrine Hvidsteen  Denmark 0:51.10 DNF - -
- Martina Fortkord  Sweden 0:53.25 DNS - -
- Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden DNF - - -
- Claudia Riegler  New Zealand DNF - - -
- Sonja Nef  Switzerland DNF - - -
- Laure Pequegnot  France DNF - - -
- Patricia Chauvet  France DNF - - -
- Elisabetta Biavaschi  Italy DNF - - -
- Andrine Flemmen  Norway DNF - - -
- Emma Carrick-Anderson  Great Britain DNF - - -
- Trude Gimle  Norway DNF - - -
- Janica Kostelić  Croatia DNF - - -
- Brynja Þorsteinsdóttir  Iceland DNF - - -
- Sigríður Þorláksdóttir  Iceland DNF - - -
- Theódóra Mathiesen  Iceland DNF - - -
- Lucie Hrstková  Czech Republic DNF - - -
- Kinga Barsi  Hungary DNF - - -
- Marika Labancz  Hungary DNF - - -
- Tasha Nelson  United States DQ - - -
- Noriyo Hiroi  Japan DQ - - -
- Sofia Akhmeteli  Georgia DQ - - -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Nagano 1998 Official Report - Volume 3" (PDF). Nagano Olympics Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. 1998. Archived from the original (PDF) on February 26, 2008. Retrieved September 30, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Alpine Skiing at the 1998 Nagano Winter Games: Women's Slalom". Sports Reference. Retrieved 31 March 2018. 
  3. ^ "1997 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved November 20, 2013. 
  4. ^ "1997 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved November 20, 2013.