Short track speed skating at the 1992 Winter Olympics
|Short Track Speed Skating
at the XVI Olympic Winter Games
Pictogram for speed skating
|Venue||La halle de glace Olympique|
|Competitors||86 from 16 nations|
Short track speed skating at the 1992 Winter Olympics, was held from 18 February to 22 February. Four events were contested at La halle de glace Olympique, located next to the Théâtre des Cérémonies, a couple of kilometers west of downtown Albertville. This was the first time short track speed skating was contested at the Winter Olympics.
South Korea led the medal table with three, including two golds. Kim Ki-hoon's gold medal in the men's 1000 metre was the first Winter gold medal for South Korea. Kim also led the individual medal table, with two gold medals. The top women's medalist was American Cathy Turner, who won one gold and one silver.
|5000 metre relay
|| South Korea (KOR)
|7:14.02|| Canada (CAN)
|7:14.06|| Japan (JPN)
|3000 metre relay
|| Canada (CAN)
|4:36.62|| United States (USA)
|4:39.34|| Unified Team (EUN)
Sixteen nations competed in the short track events at Albertville.
- "Albertville 1992 Official Report" (PDF). Le Comite d'Organisation des Jeux Olympiques Albertville. LA84 Foundation. 1992. Retrieved January 16, 2014.
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