Cross-country skiing at the 1952 Winter Olympics – Women's 10 kilometre

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The women's 10 kilometre cross-country skiing event was part of the cross-country skiing programme at the 1952 Winter Olympics. It was the first appearance of a women's cross-country skiing event at the Olympics. The competition was held on Saturday, 23 February 1952. Twenty cross-country skiers from eight nations competed.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Lydia Wideman
 Finland
Mirja Hietamies
 Finland
Siiri Rantanen
 Finland

Results[edit]

Rank Athlete Time
At 5.5 km Final
1  Lydia Wideman (FIN) 23:00 41:40
2  Mirja Hietamies (FIN) 24:00 42:39
3  Siiri Rantanen (FIN) 24:15 42:50
4  Märta Nordberg (SWE) 24:10 42:53
5  Sirkka Polkunen (FIN) 24:10 43:07
6  Rakel Wahl (NOR) 25:20 44:54
7  Marit Øiseth (NOR) 25:40 45:04
8  Margit Albrechtsson (SWE) 25:05 45:05
9  Eivor Alm (SWE) 25:30 45:20
10  Gina Sigstad (NOR) 25:35 45:37
11  Sonja Edström (SWE) 25:45 45:41
12  Jorun Askersrud (NOR) 26:50 47:45
13  Hanni Gehring (GER) 28:10 50:39
14  Nada Birko (YUG) 28:30 50:44
15  Josette Baisse (FRA) 28:45 51:43
16  Angela Kordež (YUG) 28:55 52:33
17  Fides Romanin (ITA) 31:00 54:43
18  Michèle Angirany (FRA) 30:30 54:56
-  Ildegarda Taffra (ITA) DNF -
-  Lizzy Kladensky (AUT) DNF -

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cross Country Skiing at the 1952 Oslo Winter Games: Women's 10 kilometres". Sports Reference. Retrieved 14 June 2019.

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