Cross-country skiing at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Women's 10 kilometre freestyle pursuit

The women's 10 kilometre freestyle pursuit cross-country skiing competition at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, was held on 17 February at Birkebeineren Ski Stadium in Lillehammer. The Italian Stefania Belmondo was the 1993 World champion and Russian Lyubov Yegorova (then representing the Unified Team) was the defending champion from the 1992 Olympics in Albertville, France.[1]

Women's 10 kilometre freestyle pursuit
at the XVII Olympic Winter Games
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
VenueBirkebeineren Ski Stadium
Dates17 February
Competitors55 from 17 nations
Winning time41:38.9
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Lyubov Yegorova
 Russia
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Manuela Di Centa
 Italy
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Stefania Belmondo
 Italy
← 1992
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Each skier started based on the results from the 5 km classical event, skiing the entire 10 kilometre course after the first-to-finish principle. Lyubov Yegorova of Russia started first in the race with a gap of 19.5 seconds to Manuela Di Centa of Italy. Yegorova held on to her lead and won over Di Centa with 7.8 seconds; her second consecutive olympic gold medal in the pursuit event.[2]

ResultsEdit

The time consists the added times for both the 5 km classical and the 10 km freestyle pursuit.[3][4]

Rank Bib Name Country Time
5 km C
Pos.
5 km C
Time
10 km F
Pos.
10 km F
Total time Deficit
  1 Lyubov Yegorova   Russia 14:08.8 1 27:30.1 3 41:38.9
  2 Manuela Di Centa   Italy 14:28.3 2 27:18.4 2 41:46.7 +7.8
  13 Stefania Belmondo   Italy 15:04.0 13 27:17.1 1 42:21.1 +42.2
4 6 Larisa Lazutina   Russia 14:44.2 6 27:52.6 5 42:36.8 +57.9
5 11 Nina Gavrilyuk   Russia 15:01.6 11 27:35.9 4 42:37.5 +58.6
6 8 Kateřina Neumannová   Czech Republic 14:49.6 8 28:00.8 6 42:50.4 +1:11.5
7 7 Trude Dybendahl   Norway 14:48.1 7 28:02.2 7 42:50.3 +1:11.4
8 4 Anita Moen   Norway 14:39.4 4 28:42.2 14 43:21.6 +1:42.7
9 10 Antonina Ordina   Sweden 14:59.2 10 28:32.5 12 43:31.7 +1:52.8
10 23 Sophie Villeneuve   France 15:31.9 23 28:05.8 8 43:37.7 +1:58.8
11 20 Sylvia Honegger   Switzerland 15:21.7 20 28:17.9 9 43:39.6 +2:00.7
12 12 Elin Nilsen   Norway 15:03.1 12 28:40.4 13 43:43.5 +2:04.6
13 3 Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi   Finland 14:36.0 3 29:21.6 21 43:57.6 +2:18.7
14 15 Małgorzata Ruchała   Poland 15:07.5 15 28:50.7 15 43:58.2 +2:19.3
15 9 Pirkko Määttä   Finland 14:51.5 9 29:10.1 18 44:01.6 +2:22.7
16 26 Fumiko Aoki   Japan 15:41.9 26 28:27.4 11 44:09.3 +2:30.4
17 32 Alžbeta Havrančíková   Slovakia 15:47.2 32 28:23.0 10 44:10.2 +2:31.3
18 24 Gabriella Paruzzi   Italy 15:34.7 24 28:54.9 16 44:29.6 +2:50.7
19 16 Svetlana Nageykina   Russia 15:08.5 16 29:23.7 22 44:32.2 +2:53.3
20 29 Iryna Taranenko   Ukraine 15:46.0 29 29:00.2 17 44:46.2 +3:07.3
21 14 Marjut Rolig   Finland 15:05.1 14 29:43.2 23 44:48.3 +3:09.4
22 31 Bernadeta Bocek   Poland 15:47.1 31 29:11.2 19 44:58.3 +3:19.4
23 37 Barbara Mettler   Switzerland 15:59.6 37 29:17.3 20 45:16.9 +3:38.0
24 21 Lubomíra Balážová   Slovakia 15:23.9 21 30:05.1 27 45:29.0 +3:50.1
25 35 Anna-Lena Fritzon   Sweden 15:52.9 35 29:45.5 24 45:38.4 +3:59.5
26 22 Piret Niglas   Estonia 15:29.0 22 30:12.5 28 45:41.5 +4:02.6
27 30 Kristina Šmigun   Estonia 15:46.1 30 30:13.4 29 45:59.5 +4:20.6
28 38 Dorota Kwaśny   Poland 16:04.3 38 29:57.6 26 46:01.9 +4:23.0
29 25 Annika Evaldsson   Sweden 15:35.7 25 30:36.4 34 46:12.1 +4:33.2
30 51 Isabelle Mancini   France 16:31.8 51 29:49.8 25 46:21.2 +4:42.3
31 28 Nina Kemppel   United States 15:44.8 28 30:37.8 35 46:22.6 +4:43.7
32 40 Leslie Thompson   United States 16:08.0 40 30:22.6 30 46:30.6 +4:51.7
33 43 Iveta Zelingerová   Czech Republic 16:15.6 43 30:25.2 31 46:40.8 +5:01.9
34 19 Bice Vanzetta   Italy 15:21.3 19 31:22.1 41 46:43.4 +5:04.5
35 48 Tatiana Kutlíková   Slovakia 16:27.7 48 30:26.0 32 46:53.7 +5:14.8
36 50 Sumiko Yokoyama   Japan 16:30.5 50 30:26.0 32 46:56.5 +5:17.6
37 17 Anna Frithioff   Sweden 15:13.3 17 31:45.1 44 46:58.4 +5:19.5
38 33 Yelena Antonova   Kazakhstan 15:49.7 33 31:12.1 40 47:01.8 +5:22.9
39 42 Silke Braun-Schwager   Switzerland 16:11.2 42 31:07.1 39 47:18.3 +5:39.4
40 46 Jaroslava Bukvajová   Slovakia 16:26.6 46 31:02.3 37 47:28.9 +5:50.0
41 54 Élisabeth Tardy   France 16:39.3 54 30:58.9 36 47:38.2 +5:59.3
42 27 Cristel Vahtra   Estonia 15:42.3 27 31:58.3 47 47:40.6 +6:01.7
43 57 Irina Nikulchina   Bulgaria 16:41.6 57 31:05.6 38 47:47.2 +6:08.3
44 47 Martina Vondrová   Czech Republic 16:27.3 47 31:24.9 42 47:52.2 +6:13.6
45 36 Lyudmila Dideleva   Belarus 15:57.7 36 31:58.9 48 47:57.7 +6:17.8
46 39 Silja Suija   Estonia 16:07.8 39 31:56.3 46 48:04.1 +6:25.2
47 41 Carole Stanisière   France 16:08.7 41 32:02.4 49 48:11.1 +6:32.2
48 56 Oksana Kotova   Kazakhstan 16:40.7 56 31:31.6 43 48:12.3 +6:33.4
49 44 Yelena Piiraynen   Belarus 16:25.0 44 31:49.4 45 48:14.4 +6:35.5
50 53 Ingrid Butts   United States 16:33.6 53 32:06.6 50 48:40.2 +7:01.3
51 60 Jasmin Baumann   Switzerland 17:00.3 60 32:09.2 51 49:09.5 +7:30.6
52 55 Jana Rázlová   Czech Republic 16:39.7 55 33:07.8 52 49:47.5 +8:08.6
53 49 Yelena Chernetsova   Kazakhstan 16:28.8 49 33:26.4 53 49:55.4 +8:16.5
34 Yelena Sinkevich   Belarus 15:50.2 34 DNF DNF
59 Kerrin Petty   United States 16:52.5 59 DNF DNF
5 Inger Helene Nybråten   Norway 14:43.6 5 DNS
18 Tuulikki Pyykkönen   Finland 15:13.6 18 DNS
45 Svetlana Kamotskaya   Belarus 16:25.8 45 DNS
52 Nataliya Shtaymets   Kazakhstan 16:33.4 52 DNS
58 Halina Nowak   Poland 16:46.1 58 DNS
61 Ineta Kravale   Latvia 17:21.5 61 DNS

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cross Country Skiing at the 1992 Albertville Winter Games: Women's 5/10 kilometres Pursuit". www.sports-reference.com. Sport Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 7 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Cross Country Skiing at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games: Women's 30 kilometres: Women's 5/10 kilometres Pursuit". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 6 July 2019.
  3. ^ "10 km Pursuit Women". www.olympic.org. IOC. Retrieved 6 February 2019.
  4. ^ "Lillehammer 10 km F Pursuit Women". www.skisport365.com. skisport365. Retrieved 7 February 2019.

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