Alpine skiing at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Women's super-G

The Women's Super G competition of the Lillehammer 1994 Olympics was held at Kvitfjell.[1][2]

Women's Super-G
at the XVII Olympic Winter Games
Alpine skiing pictogram.svg
VenueKvitfjell
Date15 February
Competitors55 from 23 nations
Winning time1:22.15
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Diann Roffe  United States
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Svetlana Gladysheva  Russia
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Isolde Kostner  Italy
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The defending world champion was Katja Seizinger of Germany, who was also the defending World Cup downhill champion and led the 1994 World Cup.[3][4]

ResultsEdit

[1]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Difference
  1 Diann Roffe   United States 1:22.15
  35 Svetlana Gladysheva   Russia 1:22.44 +0.29
  2 Isolde Kostner   Italy 1:22.45 +0.30
4 10 Pernilla Wiberg   Sweden 1:22.67 +0.52
5 17 Morena Gallizio   Italy 1:22.73 +0.58
6 27 Katrin Gutensohn   Germany 1:22.84 +0.69
7 15 Katja Koren   Slovenia 1:22.96 +0.81
8 11 Kerrin Lee-Gartner   Canada 1:22.98 +0.83
9 4 Anita Wachter   Austria 1:23.01 +0.86
10 29 Shannon Nobis   United States 1:23.02 +0.87
11 12 Régine Cavagnoud   France 1:23.13 +0.98
12 31 Kate Pace Lindsay   Canada 1:23.22 +1.07
13 25 Hilary Lindh   United States 1:23.38 +1.23
14 30 Florence Masnada   France 1:23.43 +1.28
15 6 Sylvia Eder   Austria 1:23.51 +1.36
16 16 Heidi Zeller-Bähler   Switzerland 1:23.53 +1.38
17 5 Deborah Compagnoni   Italy 1:23.54 +1.39
18 14 Hilde Gerg   Germany 1:23.63 +1.48
19 9 Carole Merle   France 1:23.72 +1.57
20 33 Mélanie Suchet   France 1:23.74 +1.59
21 21 Varvara Zelenskaya   Russia 1:23.80 +1.65
22 18 Marianne Kjørstad   Norway 1:23.83 +1.68
19 Veronika Wallinger-Stallmaier   Austria
24 40 Emi Kawabata   Japan 1:23.90 +1.75
25 20 Michelle McKendry-Ruthven   Canada 1:24.13 +1.98
26 32 Urška Hrovat   Slovenia 1:24.49 +2.34
27 36 Erika Hansson   Sweden 1:24.50 +2.35
41 Ainhoa Ibarra Astellara   Spain
29 42 María José Rienda Contreras   Spain 1:24.65 +2.50
30 23 Stefanie Schuster   Austria 1:24.76 +2.61
31 26 Michaela Gerg-Leitner   Germany 1:25.19 +3.04
32 39 Jeanette Lunde   Norway 1:25.32 +3.17
33 34 Lucia Medzihradská   Slovakia 1:25.57 +3.42
34 43 Nataliya Buga   Russia 1:26.09 +3.94
35 37 Caroline Gedde-Dahl   Norway 1:26.13 +3.98
36 47 Vicky Grau   Andorra 1:26.39 +4.24
37 46 Olga Vedyacheva   Kazakhstan 1:26.66 +4.51
38 44 Mira Golub   Russia 1:27.23 +5.08
39 56 Mihaela Fera   Romania 1:28.47 +6.32
40 45 Olha Lohinova   Ukraine 1:30.00 +7.85
41 52 Szvetlana Keszthelyi   Hungary 1:30.21 +8.06
42 55 Francisca Steverlynck   Argentina 1:32.56 +10.41
43 53 Dominique Ezquerra   Argentina 1:32.71 +10.56
44 51 Gabriela Quijano   Argentina 1:33.45 +11.30
45 54 Carola Calello   Argentina 1:35.87 +13.72
46 57 Karolina Fotiadou   Cyprus 1:43.97 +21.82
3 Heidi Zurbriggen   Switzerland DNF
7 Katja Seizinger   Germany DNF
8 Bibiana Perez   Italy DNF
13 Alenka Dovžan   Slovenia DNF
22 Chantal Bournissen   Switzerland DNF
24 Megan Gerety   United States DNF
28 Špela Pretnar   Slovenia DNF
38 Birgit Heeb   Liechtenstein DNF
49 Ásta Halldórsdóttir   Iceland DNF
48 Caroline Poussier   Andorra DNS
50 Zali Steggall   Australia DNS

ReferencesEdit

  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 Super G". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 29 March 2018.
  3. ^ "1993 World Cup standings". FIS. Retrieved November 20, 2013.
  4. ^ "1993 World Championships results". FIS. Retrieved November 20, 2013.