Cross-country skiing at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Men's 10 kilometre classical

The men's 10 kilometre classical cross-country skiing competition at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, was held on 17 February at Birkebeineren Ski Stadium in Lillehammer.[1]

Men's 10 kilometre classical
at the XVII Olympic Winter Games
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
VenueBirkebeineren Ski Stadium
Dates17 February
Competitors88 from 33 nations
Winning time24:20.1
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Bjørn Dæhlie
 Norway
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Vladimir Smirnov
 Kazakhstan
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Marco Albarello
 Italy
← 1992
1998 →

Each skier started at half a minute intervals, skiing the entire 10 kilometre course. The Norwegian Sture Sivertsen was the 1993 World champion. Men's 10 kilometre classical was not a part of the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Canada.

ResultsEdit

Rank Bib Name Country Time Deficit
  71 Bjørn Dæhlie   Norway 24:20.1
  86 Vladimir Smirnov   Kazakhstan 24:38.3 +18.2
  78 Marco Albarello   Italy 24:42.3 +22.2
4 74 Mikhail Botvinov   Russia 24:58.9 +38.8
5 68 Sture Sivertsen   Norway 24:59.7 +39.6
6 69 Mika Myllylä   Finland 25:05.3 +45.2
7 87 Vegard Ulvang   Norway 25:08.0 +47.9
8 67 Silvio Fauner   Italy 25:08.1 +48.0
9 88 Harri Kirvesniemi   Finland 25:13.2 +53.1
10 48 Alois Stadlober   Austria 25:25.4 +1:05.3
11 73 Jochen Behle   Germany 25:29.4 +1:09.3
12 76 Jari Räsänen   Finland 25:31.5 +1:11.4
13 80 Andrey Kirillov   Russia 25:41.2 +1:21.1
14 72 Jan Ottosson   Sweden 25:47.9 +1:27.8
15 82 Giorgio Vanzetta   Italy 25:48.1 +1:28.0
16 29 Nikolai Ivanov   Kazakhstan 25:48.3 +1:28.2
17 84 Johann Mühlegg   Germany 25:50.6 +1:30.5
18 64 Vladimir Legotine   Russia 25:52.6 +1:32.5
19 47 Christer Majbäck   Sweden 25:55.2 +1:35.1
20 79 Alexey Prokurorov   Russia 25:55.3 +1:35.2
21 55 Jeremias Wigger   Switzerland 25:55.4 +1:35.3
22 40 Patrick Rémy   France 25:57.6 +1:37.5
23 70 Jari Isometsä   Finland 26:06.5 +1:46.4
24 81 Thomas Alsgaard   Norway 26:07.0 +1:46.9
25 15 Kazunari Sasaki   Japan 26:12.1 +1:52.0
26 62 Luboš Buchta   Czech Republic 26:17.6 +1:57.5
27 83 Torgny Mogren   Sweden 26:21.7 +2:01.6
28 53 Viktor Kamotski   Belarus 26:22.6 +2:02.5
29 77 Fulvio Valbusa   Italy 26:26.2 +2:06.1
30 85 Niklas Jonsson   Sweden 26:27.6 +2:07.5
31 46 Mitsuo Horigome   Japan 26:36.2 +2:16.1
32 42 Torald Rein   Germany 26:38.7 +2:18.6
33 60 Elmo Kassin   Estonia 26:40.9 +2:20.8
34 58 Pavel Ryabinin   Kazakhstan 26:41.7 +2:21.6
35 3 Jaak Mae   Estonia 26:42.7 +2:22.6
36 22 Andrus Veerpalu   Estonia 26:45.8 +2:25.7
37 8 Andrey Nevzorov   Kazakhstan 26:45.9 +2:25.8
38 38 Ričardas Panavas   Lithuania 26:46.1 +2:26.0
39 24 Philippe Sanchez   France 26:47.8 +2:27.7
40 51 Hiroyuki Imai   Japan 26:48.8 +2:28.7
41 14 Todd Boonstra   United States 26:56.3 +2:36.2
42 54 Urmas Välbe   Estonia 26:58.4 +2:38.3
43 52 Ivan Bátory   Slovakia 26:58.7 +2:38.6
44 6 Carlos Vicente   Spain 27:01.4 +2:41.3
45 4 John Aalberg   United States 27:02.3 +2:42.2
46 33 Hans Diethelm   Switzerland 27:03.1 +2:43.0
47 63 Juan Gutiérrez   Spain 27:06.0 +2:45.9
48 61 Giachem Guidon   Switzerland 27:09.1 +2:49.0
49 36 Dany Bouchard   Canada 27:09.5 +2:49.4
50 56 Daníel Jakobsson   Iceland 27:09.7 +2:49.6
51 41 Anthony Evans   Australia 27:09.9 +2:49.8
52 65 Benjamin Husaby   United States 27:11.3 +2:51.2
53 59 Vyacheslav Plaksunov   Belarus 27:12.1 +2:52.0
54 50 Stéphane Azambre   France 27:14.6 +2:54.5
55 43 Markus Hasler   Liechtenstein 27:17.1 +2:57.0
56 45 Siniša Vukonić   Croatia 27:17.5 +2:57.4
57 23 Jordi Ribó   Spain 27:21.2 +3:01.1
58 49 Luke Bodensteiner   United States 27:22.3 +3:02.2
59 75 Václav Korunka   Czech Republic 27:22.8 +3:02.7
60 2 Wilhelm Aschwanden   Switzerland 27:27.2 +3:07.1
61 13 Janko Neuber   Germany 27:27.4 +3:07.3
62 1 Igor Obukhov   Belarus 27:29.2 +3:09.1
63 9 Cédric Vallet   France 27:30.0 +3:09.9
64 37 Ebbe Hartz   Denmark 27:36.0 +3:15.9
65 27 Pavel Benc   Czech Republic 27:38.6 +3:18.5
66 18 Michael Binzer   Denmark 27:43.5 +3:23.4
67 17 Mark Gray   Australia 27:54.0 +3:33.9
68 16 David Belam   Great Britain 28:00.2 +3:40.1
69 57 Slavcho Batinkov   Bulgaria 28:02.2 +3:42.1
70 31 Sergei Dolidovich   Belarus 28:02.8 +3:42.7
71 5 Martin Petrásek   Czech Republic 28:10.0 +3:49.9
72 10 Masaaki Kozu   Japan 28:20.2 +4:00.1
73 39 Elemer-Gyorgy Tanko   Romania 28:30.5 +4:10.4
74 35 Iskren Plankov   Bulgaria 28:39.0 +4:18.9
75 12 Ahn Jin-soo   South Korea 28:42.9 +4:22.8
76 32 Stephan Kunz   Liechtenstein 28:44.8 +4:24.7
77 66 Park Byung-chul   South Korea 28:47.3 +4:27.2
78 21 Rögnvaldur Ingþórsson   Iceland 28:51.2 +4:31.1
79 30 Antonio Rački   Croatia 28:58.6 +4:38.5
80 25 Zsolt Antal   Romania 29:13.3 +4:53.2
81 7 Petar Zografov   Bulgaria 29:49.4 +5:29.3
82 11 Níkos Kalofiris   Greece 30:17.0 +5:56.9
83 34 Christos Títas   Greece 30:37.0 +6:16.9
84 28 Bekim Babić   Bosnia and Herzegovina 30:44.3 +6:24.2
85 20 Jānis Hermanis   Latvia 30:57.3 +6:37.2
86 44 Nikos Anastassiadis   Greece 31:00.3 +6:40.2
87 26 Mithat Yıldırım   Turkey 32:34.8 +8:14.7
88 19 Rusiate Rogoyawa   Fiji 38:30.7 +14:10.6

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cross Country Skiing at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games: Men's 10 kilometres". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 6 July 2019.

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