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Singles, Men

Date17 – 19 February 1994
StatusOlympic
LocationOL-Amfi, Hamar
Participants25 from 17 countries
FormatSkaters were ranked on Ordinal Placement, based on judges' points, with final placement for each section determined by Majority Placements. The tiebreaker for the Short Program was the Required Elements score, while the tiebreaker for the Free Skating was the Technical Merit score. Thus, if a skater was ranked first by a majority of the judges, that skater was placed first overall for that section. Ties were broken by a Subsequent Majority rule, i.e., if the skaters were ranked for the same position by the same number of judges, Majority Placement for the next higher position for each skater determined who was ranked higher. Final placement was determined by factored placements. The tiebreakers were then 1) Number of Majority Placements, 2) Total Ordinals of Majority, 3) Total Ordinals. The placement for the the Short Program was factored by 0.5 (33.3%), and the placement for Free Skating was factored by 1.0 (66.7%). The sums of the factored placements were then used to determine final placement, with the Free Skating being the tiebreaker.

With only two years since the last Winter Olympics, most of the same skaters from Albertville were back. In addition, with professionals now allowed to skate, the last two gold medalists, Brian Boitano (1988) and Viktor Petrenko (1992) were back. They were joined by Canadian Kurt Browning, the World Champion in 1989-91 and 1993. They were the three favorites, but after the short program they out of the medal race. Boitano placed only 8th in the short, but that was the best of the favorites, as Petrenko was 9th, and Browning a disastrous 12th. The short program was won by Russian Aleksey Urmanov, who had never won a major title, and had never been on the podium at the Worlds. In second was Elvis Stojko, who had defeated Browning at the Canadian trials. Petrenko, Browning, and Boitano redeemed themselves in the free skate, moving up to final placements of 4-5-6, respectively. But Urmanov hung on and won the free skate to secure the gold medal, with Stojko second. Urmanov never won another medal at a major championship. Browning finished his career as one of the greatest male skaters never to win an Olympic gold medal.

PosSkaterNOCTotalShortFree
1Aleksey UrmanovRUS1.50.51.0Gold
2Elvis StojkoCAN3.01.02.0Silver
3Philippe CandeloroFRA6.51.55.0Bronze
4Viktor PetrenkoUKR8.54.54.0
5Kurt BrowningCAN9.06.03.0
6Brian BoitanoUSA10.04.06.0
7Éric MillotFRA10.03.07.0
8Scott DavisUSA10.02.08.0
9Steven CousinsGBR12.53.59.0
10Sébastien BrittenCAN15.05.010.0
11Oleg TataurovRUS15.52.513.0
12Masakazu KagiyamaJPN16.55.511.0
13Michael TyllesenDEN18.56.512.0
14Cornel GheorgheROU22.08.014.0
15Igor PashkevichRUS22.07.015.0
16Michael ShmerkinISR24.57.517.0
17Jung Sung-IlKOR25.09.016.0
18Stephen CarrAUS28.010.018.0
19Marius NegreaROU28.59.519.0
20Zhang MinCHN29.08.021.0
21Andrejs VlaščenkoLAT30.510.520.0
22Fumihiro OikawaJPN32.510.522.0
23Aleksandr MurashkoBLR35.012.023.0
24Dino QuattrocecereRSA35.511.524.0
25 r1/2Margus HernitsEST12.512.5

Short Program (17 February 1994 — 19:00-22:30)

Judge #1Nicolae BelluROU
Judge #2Aleksandr LakernikRUS
Judge #3Aleksey ShirshovBLR
Judge #4Hisashi ToshikawaJPN
Judge #5Monique GeorgelinFRA
Judge #6Linda PetersenDEN
Judge #7Ronald PfenningUSA
Judge #8Robert WorsfoldGBR
Judge #9Elizabeth ClarkCAN
PosOrdSkaterNOCPlacementMaj. OrdinalsPointsJudge #1Judge #2Judge #3Judge #4Judge #5Judge #6Judge #7Judge #8Judge #9
1Aleksey UrmanovRUS1.05×1+14.05.0103.411.5 (3)11.5 (1)11.6 (1)11.6 (1)11.5 (2)11.5 (1)11.5 (1)11.4 (2)11.3 (2)Q
2Elvis StojkoCAN2.08×2+16.013.0102.911.6 (2)11.3 (3)11.4 (2)11.5 (2)11.5 (1)11.3 (2)11.4 (2)11.4 (1)11.5 (1)Q
3Philippe CandeloroFRA3.08×3+29.021.0101.911.7 (1)11.4 (2)11.4 (3)11.5 (3)11.4 (3)11.2 (3)11.4 (3)10.7 (8)11.2 (3)Q
4Scott DavisUSA4.07×5+43.031.099.311.2 (6)11.0 (4)10.9 (5)11.2 (4)10.8 (6)11.0 (5)11.1 (5)11.2 (3)10.9 (5)Q
5Oleg TataurovRUS5.06×5+49.026.098.911.3 (4)10.9 (5)11.1 (4)11.0 (5)11.3 (4)10.8 (7)11.0 (6)11.0 (4)10.5 (10)Q
6Éric MillotFRA6.05×5+50.022.098.911.0 (7)10.9 (6)10.6 (9)10.9 (6)11.1 (5)11.1 (4)11.3 (4)10.9 (5)11.1 (4)Q
7Steven CousinsGBR7.05×7+68.031.096.711.3 (5)10.8 (7)10.8 (6)10.5 (10)10.4 (9)10.5 (10)10.9 (7)10.8 (6)10.7 (8)Q
8Brian BoitanoUSA8.05×7+67.033.096.910.8 (8)10.8 (8)10.8 (7)10.8 (7)10.6 (7)10.9 (6)10.9 (8)10.4 (10)10.9 (6)Q
9Viktor PetrenkoUKR9.06×9+82.050.095.810.8 (9)10.7 (9)10.7 (8)10.7 (9)10.4 (11)10.7 (8)10.7 (10)10.2 (11)10.9 (7)Q
10Sébastien BrittenCAN10.05×10+90.044.094.010.4 (10)10.3 (11)10.5 (10)10.3 (12)10.5 (8)10.4 (11)10.7 (9)10.8 (7)10.1 (12)Q
11Masakazu KagiyamaJPN11.05×10+99.046.092.99.5 (15)10.6 (10)10.4 (11)10.7 (8)10.4 (10)10.5 (9)10.5 (12)10.5 (9)9.8 (15)Q
12Kurt BrowningCAN12.09×12+102.0102.092.910.2 (11)10.1 (12)10.4 (12)10.5 (11)10.2 (12)10.2 (12)10.6 (11)10.1 (12)10.6 (9)Q
13Michael TyllesenDEN13.05×13+136.065.086.29.8 (13)9.9 (13)9.7 (15)9.2 (17)9.0 (18)10.0 (13)10.1 (13)8.5 (21)10.0 (13)Q
14Igor PashkevichRUS14.09×14+121.0121.088.29.7 (14)9.7 (14)9.8 (14)9.5 (13)10.0 (13)9.8 (14)10.0 (14)9.4 (14)10.3 (11)Q
15Michael ShmerkinISR15.05×15+138.071.086.29.1 (18)9.4 (16)9.7 (16)9.4 (15)9.5 (14)9.5 (17)9.9 (15)9.8 (13)9.9 (14)Q
=16Cornel GheorgheROU16.05×16+144.074.084.69.5 (16)9.3 (17)9.9 (13)9.5 (14)9.2 (16)9.7 (15)9.2 (17)8.7 (19)9.6 (17)Q
=16Zhang MinCHN16.05×16+144.074.084.810.0 (12)9.6 (15)9.4 (17)9.1 (18)9.1 (17)9.4 (18)9.3 (16)9.2 (15)9.7 (16)Q
18Jung Sung-IlKOR18.05×18+165.085.080.68.3 (20)9.1 (18)9.2 (18)8.7 (19)9.3 (15)9.6 (16)9.0 (18)8.6 (20)8.8 (21)Q
19Marius NegreaROU19.06×19+167.0107.080.59.4 (17)8.7 (19)8.9 (20)9.3 (16)8.6 (19)9.2 (19)8.6 (20)8.9 (17)8.9 (20)Q
20Stephen CarrAUS20.06×20+179.0116.078.08.3 (21)8.5 (20)9.0 (19)8.7 (20)8.3 (20)8.7 (21)8.6 (21)8.9 (18)9.0 (19)Q
=21Fumihiro OikawaJPN21.06×22+193.0122.075.38.1 (23)8.3 (22)8.8 (21)7.6 (24)7.9 (21)8.7 (20)8.0 (24)9.2 (16)8.7 (22)Q
=21Andrejs VlaščenkoLAT21.06×22+193.0122.074.78.5 (19)8.2 (23)8.4 (23)7.5 (25)7.7 (22)8.2 (22)8.8 (19)8.3 (22)9.1 (18)Q
23Dino QuattrocecereRSA23.07×23+205.0156.072.88.3 (22)7.9 (25)8.6 (22)8.1 (21)7.1 (24)8.1 (23)8.2 (22)8.2 (23)8.3 (23)Q
24Aleksandr MurashkoBLR24.07×24+215.0165.070.18.0 (24)8.0 (24)8.0 (24)8.1 (22)7.5 (23)7.8 (24)7.5 (25)7.7 (24)7.5 (25)Q
25Margus HernitsEST25.09×25+216.0216.069.47.8 (25)8.3 (21)7.9 (25)7.8 (23)6.6 (25)7.7 (25)8.0 (23)7.5 (25)7.8 (24)

Free Skating (19 February 1994 — 19:00-22:15)

Judge #1Nicolae BelluROU
Judge #2Aleksandr LakernikRUS
Judge #3Aleksey ShirshovBLR
Judge #4Hisashi ToshikawaJPN
Judge #5Monique GeorgelinFRA
Judge #6Linda PetersenDEN
Judge #7Ronald PfenningUSA
Judge #8Robert WorsfoldGBR
Judge #9Elizabeth ClarkCAN
PosOrdSkaterNOCPlacementMaj. OrdinalsPointsJudge #1Judge #2Judge #3Judge #4Judge #5Judge #6Judge #7Judge #8Judge #9
1Aleksey UrmanovRUS1.06×1+15.06.0104.611.7 (2)11.7 (1)11.5 (1)11.7 (1)11.4 (5)11.6 (2)11.7 (1)11.6 (1)11.7 (1)
2Elvis StojkoCAN2.08×3+24.019.0104.311.7 (3)11.3 (5)11.4 (3)11.6 (3)11.7 (1)11.6 (3)11.7 (2)11.6 (2)11.7 (2)
3Kurt BrowningCAN3.07×4+31.021.0103.211.6 (4)11.4 (2)11.4 (2)11.6 (2)11.4 (4)11.3 (5)11.5 (4)11.4 (5)11.6 (3)
4Viktor PetrenkoUKR4.07×4+33.023.0103.311.9 (1)11.3 (4)11.3 (4)11.5 (4)11.5 (3)11.5 (4)11.4 (5)11.5 (3)11.4 (5)
5Philippe CandeloroFRA5.06×4+33.017.0103.211.5 (5)11.4 (3)11.3 (5)11.2 (6)11.6 (2)11.6 (1)11.6 (3)11.5 (4)11.5 (4)
6Brian BoitanoUSA6.06×6+60.035.0100.611.4 (6)11.0 (6)11.0 (6)11.4 (5)11.2 (7)11.0 (8)11.3 (6)11.0 (10)11.3 (6)
7Éric MillotFRA7.05×7+68.033.099.311.1 (8)10.8 (8)10.9 (7)10.8 (7)11.3 (6)11.1 (6)10.8 (11)11.3 (7)11.2 (8)
8Scott DavisUSA8.05×8+74.037.098.611.3 (7)11.0 (7)10.6 (10)10.7 (8)11.0 (8)10.8 (9)10.9 (=9)11.1 (9)11.2 (7)
9Steven CousinsGBR9.08×9+75.065.098.210.9 (9)10.8 (9)10.7 (8)10.6 (9)10.8 (10)11.0 (7)10.9 (8)11.4 (6)11.1 (9)
10Sébastien BrittenCAN10.07×10+86.064.096.610.4 (11)10.7 (10)10.5 (11)10.4 (10)10.8 (9)10.7 (10)11.0 (7)11.2 (8)10.9 (10)
11Masakazu KagiyamaJPN11.07×11+96.072.094.910.5 (10)10.6 (11)10.7 (9)10.2 (11)10.7 (11)10.2 (11)10.9 (=9)10.4 (12)10.7 (12)
12Michael TyllesenDEN12.06×12+113.071.090.99.8 (15)10.2 (12)10.0 (12)9.8 (12)9.9 (14)10.0 (12)10.1 (12)10.6 (11)10.5 (13)
13Oleg TataurovRUS13.06×13+116.074.091.110.3 (12)10.0 (14)9.8 (13)9.8 (13)10.5 (12)9.9 (14)9.9 (13)10.2 (14)10.7 (11)
14Cornel GheorgheROU14.05×14+126.066.089.110.2 (13)9.9 (15)9.7 (15)9.5 (14)10.0 (13)10.0 (13)9.6 (15)10.2 (13)10.0 (15)
15Igor PashkevichRUS15.05×14+132.069.088.59.9 (14)10.0 (13)9.7 (14)9.3 (16)9.9 (15)9.7 (17)9.7 (14)10.1 (15)10.2 (14)
16Jung Sung-IlKOR16.05×16+151.080.085.39.5 (16)9.6 (16)9.4 (17)9.2 (18)9.4 (16)9.8 (16)9.4 (18)9.6 (16)9.4 (18)
17Michael ShmerkinISR17.06×17+157.0100.084.49.2 (20)9.4 (17)9.5 (16)9.2 (17)9.1 (18)9.4 (19)9.4 (17)9.5 (17)9.7 (16)
18Stephen CarrAUS18.05×17+153.080.084.79.3 (18)9.3 (19)9.2 (18)9.4 (15)9.3 (17)9.8 (15)9.5 (16)9.3 (18)9.6 (17)
19Marius NegreaROU19.06×20+180.0116.079.69.2 (19)8.6 (20)8.6 (22)8.9 (19)8.9 (19)9.1 (20)9.1 (19)8.7 (21)8.5 (21)
20Andrejs VlaščenkoLAT20.05×20+180.095.079.19.1 (21)8.5 (=21)8.8 (19)8.5 (22)8.7 (20)9.5 (18)8.4 (21)8.8 (19)8.8 (19)
21Zhang MinCHN21.06×21+183.0117.079.29.4 (17)9.4 (18)8.8 (20)8.9 (20)8.5 (21)8.9 (21)8.3 (22)8.6 (22)8.4 (22)
22Fumihiro OikawaJPN22.07×22+194.0148.076.78.5 (22)8.5 (=21)8.4 (23)8.7 (21)8.4 (22)8.6 (22)8.6 (20)8.3 (23)8.7 (20)
23Aleksandr MurashkoBLR23.08×23+203.0179.074.58.2 (23)8.0 (23)8.7 (21)7.9 (24)8.2 (23)8.4 (23)8.1 (23)8.8 (20)8.2 (23)
24Dino QuattrocecereRSA24.09×24+215.0215.069.47.7 (24)7.6 (24)7.8 (24)8.0 (23)7.6 (24)7.8 (24)7.4 (24)7.5 (24)8.0 (24)