Bobsleigh at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Two-woman

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Two-woman
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
Bobsleigh pictogram.svg
Pictogram for bobsleigh
Venue Park City
Dates February 19
Competitors 30 from 11 nations
Winning time 1:37.76
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s)  United States
Jill Bakken, Vonetta Flowers
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Germany
Sandra Prokoff, Ulrike Holzner
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Germany
Susi Erdmann, Nicole Herschmann
2006 →

The Women's two-woman bobsleigh competition at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, United States was held on 19 February, at Park City.

Results[edit]

Each of the 15 two-woman teams entered for the event completed both runs.

Rank Country Athletes Run 1 Run 2 Total
1Gold medal icon.svg  United States (USA-2) Jill Bakken
Vonetta Flowers
48.81 48.95 1:37.76
2Silver medal icon.svg  Germany (GER-1) Sandra Prokoff
Ulrike Holzner
49.10 48.96 1:38.06
3Bronze medal icon.svg  Germany (GER-2) Susi Erdmann
Nicole Herschmann
49.19 49.10 1:38.29
4  Switzerland Françoise Burdet
Katharina Sutter
49.28 49.06 1:38.34
5  United States (USA-1) Jean Racine
Gea Johnson
49.31 49.42 1:38.73
6  Netherlands (NED-1) Eline Jurg
Nannet Kiemel
49.64 49.54 1:39.18
7  Italy Gerda Weissensteiner
Antonella Bellutti
49.66 49.55 1:39.21
8  Russia Viktoria Tokovaya
Kristina Bader
49.72 49.55 1:39.27
9  Canada Christina Smith
Paula McKenzie
49.60 49.75 1:39.35
10  Netherlands (NED-2) Ilse Broeders
Jeanette Pennings
49.70 49.67 1:39.37
11  Great Britain (GBR-2) Michelle Coy
Jackie Davies
49.77 49.78 1:39.55
12  Great Britain (GBR-1) Cheryl Done
Nicola Gautier
50.10 49.79 1:39.89
13  Hungary Ildikó Strehli
Éva Kürti
49.99 49.92 1:39.91
14  Sweden Karin Olsson
Lina Engren
50.37 49.93 1:40.30
15  Romania Erika Kovacs
Maria Spirescu
50.12 50.62 1:40.74

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