Cross-country skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Men's sprint

The men's sprint cross-country skiing competition at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, United States, was held on 19 February at Soldier Hollow.[1]

Men's sprint
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
VenueSoldier Hollow
Dates19 February 2002
Competitors72 from 36 nations
Winning time02:56.9
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Tor Arne Hetland  Norway
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Peter Schlickenrieder  Germany
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Cristian Zorzi  Italy
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Seventy-two skiers competed in the qualifying round, of which the 16 fastest competitors advanced to the final rounds. The 16 competitors who advanced from the qualification were divided into 4 quarterfinal heats of 4 skier each. The two best competitors in each quarterfinal advanced to the semifinal. The two best competitors in each semifinal advanced to the A Final competing for gold, silver, bronze and fourth place. The two lowest ranked competitors in the semifinal were placed in the B Final, competing for ranks from 5th to 8th position.

ResultsEdit

Q — qualified for next round

QualifyingEdit

72 competitors started the qualification race.[2]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Deficit Note
1 9 Håvard Bjerkeli   Norway 02:50.07 Q
2 14 Cristian Zorzi   Italy 02:50.34 +0.27 Q
3 24 Janusz Krężelok   Poland 02:50.67 +0.60 Q
4 5 Trond Iversen   Norway 02:51.09 +1.02 Q
5 15 Peter Schlickenrieder   Germany 02:51.12 +1.05 Q
6 2 Tor Arne Hetland   Norway 02:51.19 +1.12 Q
7 1 Silvio Fauner   Italy 02:51.51 +1.44 Q
8 12 Martin Koukal   Czech Republic 02:52.09 +2.02 Q
9 16 Björn Lind   Sweden 02:52.17 +2.10 Q
10 13 Tobias Angerer   Germany 02:52.31 +2.24 Q
11 10 Freddy Schwienbacher   Italy 02:53.03 +2.96 Q
12 4 Trond Einar Elden   Norway 02:53.31 +3.24 Q
13 28 Matej Soklič   Slovenia 02:53.42 +3.35 Q
14 11 Peter Larsson   Sweden 02:53.55 +3.48 Q
15 6 Markus Hasler   Liechtenstein 02:53.74 +3.67 Q
16 62 Hannu Manninen   Finland 02:53.67 +3.80 Q
17 58 Sergey Novikov   Russia 02:54.35 +4.28
18 3 Thobias Fredriksson   Sweden 02:54.45 +4.38
19 30 Christoph Eigenmann   Switzerland 02:54.76 +4.69
20 17 René Sommerfeldt   Germany 02:54.87 +4.80
21 7 Ari Palolahti   Finland 02:55.28 +5.21
22 22 Sami Repo   Finland 02:55.47 +5.40
23 26 Stephan Kunz   Liechtenstein 02:55.91 +5.84
24 33 Reinhard Neuner   Austria 02:56.20 +6.13
25 23 Jörgen Brink   Sweden 02:56.84 +6.77
26 18 Keijo Kurttila   Finland 02:56.91 +6.84
27 40 Roman Virolainen   Belarus 02:57.48 +7.41
28 21 Fulvio Valbusa   Italy 02:57.60 +7.53
29 19 Vasily Rochev   Russia 02:57.76 +7.69
30 32 Carl Swenson   United States 02:58.56 +8.49
31 20 Vitaly Denisov   Russia 02:59.21 +9.14
32 31 Dmitri Tichkine   Russia 02:59.40 +9.33
33 57 Indrek Tobreluts   Estonia 03:00.02 +9.95
34 46 Nikolay Chebotko   Kazakhstan 03:00.31 +10.24
35 29 Pavo Raudsepp   Estonia 03:01.04 +10.97
36 34 Torin Koos   United States 03:01.32 +11.25
37 42 Lars Flora   United States 03:01.41 +11.34
38 35 Daichi Azegami   Japan 03:01.47 +11.40
39 27 Priit Narusk   Estonia 03:01.75 +11.68
40 47 Zoltan Tagscherer   Hungary 03:01.90 +11.83
41 38 Lefteris Fafalis   Greece 03:01.98 +11.91
42 41 Kris Freeman   United States 03:02.68 +12.61
43 60 Denis Krivushkin   Kazakhstan 03:02.73 +12.66
44 44 Donald Farley   Canada 03:03.02 +12.95
45 36 Roman Leybyuk   Ukraine 03:03.21 +13.14
46 43 Zsolt Antal   Romania 03:05.24 +15.17
47 37 Masaaki Kozu   Japan 03:05.90 +15.83
= 53 Damir Jurcevic   Croatia 03:05.90 +15.83
49 64 Imre Tagscherer   Hungary 03:05.98 +15.91
50 45 Vladimir Bortsov   Kazakhstan 03:06.03 +15.96
51 59 Maxim Odnodvortsev   Kazakhstan 03:06.83 +16.76
52 54 Dawei Han   China 03:07.00 +16.93
53 61 Vladislavas Zybailo   Lithuania 03:07.25 +17.18
= 52 Vadim Gusev   Lithuania 03:07.25 +17.18
55 39 Alexij Tregobov   Belarus 03:08.05 +17.98
56 48 Denis Vorobiev   Belarus 03:08.79 +18.72
57 63 Sin Doo-Sun   South Korea 03:11.89 +21.82
58 50 Aleksandr Schalak   Belarus 03:13.63 +23.56
59 51 Slavtscho Batinkov   Bulgaria 03:14.21 +24.14
60 55 Mátyás Holló   Hungary 03:15.11 +25.04
61 65 Sabahattin Oglago   Turkey 03:18.24 +28.17
62 56 Ivan Bariakov   Bulgaria 03:18.97 +28.90
63 49 Aram Hajiyan   Armenia 03:24.89 +34.82
64 66 Gokio Dineski   Macedonia 03:29.29 +39.22
65 67 Philip Boit   Kenya 03:51.49 +1:01.42
66 68 Isaac Menyoli   Cameroon 04:10.07 +1:20.00
67 71 Prawat Nagvajara   Thailand 04:14.55 +1:24.48
68 69 Arturo Kinch   Costa Rica 04:22.72 +1:32.65
69 70 Paul O'Connor   Ireland 04:33.82 +1:43.75
70 72 Jayaram Khadka   Nepal 04:48.42 +1:58.35
DNS 25 Axel Teichmann   Germany DNS DNS
DSQ 8 Marc Mayer   Austria DSQ DSQ

Final resultsEdit

[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Round
  6 Tor Arne Hetland   Norway 02:56.9 A Final
  5 Peter Schlickenrieder   Germany 02:57.0 A Final
  2 Cristian Zorzi   Italy 02:57.2 A Final
4 9 Björn Lind   Sweden 02:58.1 A Final
5 11 Freddy Schwienbacher   Italy 02:56.1 B Final
6 4 Trond Iversen   Norway 02:56.6 B Final
7 10 Tobias Angerer   Germany 02:58.8 B Final
8 16 Hannu Manninen   Finland 02:59.5 B Final
9 3 Janusz Krężelok   Poland Semifinal
10 8 Martin Koukal   Czech Republic Quarterfinal
11 13 Matej Soklič   Slovenia Quarterfinal
12 15 Markus Hasler   Liechtenstein Quarterfinal
13 1 Håvard Bjerkeli   Norway Quarterfinal
14 7 Silvio Fauner   Italy Quarterfinal
15 12 Trond Einar Elden   Norway Quarterfinal
16 DNQ Serguey Novikov   Russia Qualification
17 DNQ Thobias Fredriksson   Sweden Qualification
18 DNQ Christoph Eigenmann   Switzerland Qualification
19 DNQ René Sommerfeldt   Germany Qualification
20 DNQ Ari Palolahti   Finland Qualification
21 DNQ Sami Repo   Finland Qualification
22 DNQ Stephan Kunz   Liechtenstein Qualification
23 DNQ Reinhard Neuner   Austria Qualification
24 DNQ Joergen Brink   Sweden Qualification
25 DNQ Keijo Kurttila   Finland Qualification
26 DNQ Roman Virolainen   Belarus Qualification
27 DNQ Fulvio Valbusa   Italy Qualification
28 DNQ Vasily Rochev   Russia Qualification
29 DNQ Carl Swenson   United States Qualification
30 DNQ Vitaly Denisov   Russia Qualification
31 DNQ Dmitry Tishkin   Russia Qualification
32 DNQ Indrek Tobreluts   Estonia Qualification
33 DNQ Nikolay Chebotko   Kazakhstan Qualification
34 DNQ Pavo Raudsepp   Estonia Qualification
35 DNQ Torin Koos   United States Qualification
36 DNQ Lars Flora   United States Qualification
37 DNQ Daichi Azegami   Japan Qualification
38 DNQ Priit Narusk   Estonia Qualification
39 DNQ Zoltan Tagscherer   Hungary Qualification
40 DNQ Lefteris Fafalis   Greece Qualification
41 DNQ Kris Freeman   United States Qualification
42 DNQ Denis Krivushkin   Kazakhstan Qualification
43 DNQ Donald Farley   Canada Qualification
44 DNQ Roman Leybyuk   Ukraine Qualification
45 DNQ Zsolt Antal   Romania Qualification
46 DNQ Masaaki Kozu   Japan Qualification
47 DNQ Damir Jurcevic   Croatia Qualification
48 DNQ Imre Tagscherer   Hungary Qualification
49 DNQ Vladimir Bortsov   Kazakhstan Qualification
50 DNQ Maxim Odnodvortsev   Kazakhstan Qualification
51 DNQ Dawei Han   China Qualification
52 DNQ Vladislavas Zybailo   Lithuania Qualification
53 DNQ Vadim Gusev   Lithuania Qualification
54 DNQ Alexij Tregobov   Belarus Qualification
55 DNQ Denis Vorobyov   Belarus Qualification
56 DNQ Sin Doo-Sun   South Korea Qualification
57 DNQ Aleksandr Shalak   Belarus Qualification
58 DNQ Slavtscho Batinkov   Bulgaria Qualification
59 DNQ Mátyás Holló   Hungary Qualification
60 DNQ Sabahattin Oglago   Turkey Qualification
61 DNQ Ivan Bariakov   Bulgaria Qualification
62 DNQ Aram Hajiyan   Armenia Qualification
63 DNQ Gokio Dineski   Macedonia Qualification
64 DNQ Philip Boit   Kenya Qualification
65 DNQ Isaac Menyoli   Cameroon Qualification
66 DNQ Prawat Nagvajara   Thailand Qualification
67 DNQ Arturo Kinch   Costa Rica Qualification
68 DNQ Paul O'Connor   Ireland Qualification
69 DNQ Jayaram Khadka   Nepal Qualification
DNS DNQ Axel Teichmann   Germany Qualification
DSQ 14 Peter Larsson   Sweden Quarterfinal
DSQ DNQ Marc Mayer   Austria Qualification

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cross Country Skiing at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games: Men's Sprint". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 7 July 2019.
  2. ^ "RESULTS - QUALIFICATION / RÉSULTATS - QUALIFICATIONS MEN'S SPRINT" (PDF). International Ski Federation. Retrieved 2 February 2018.
  3. ^ Results - olympic.org