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Giant Slalom, Men

Date23 February 1994
StatusOlympic
LocationHafjell Alpinsenter, Øyer
Participants61 from 29 countries
FormatTwo runs, total time determined placement.
Course Setter (Run 1)Gustavo ThoeniITA
Course Setter (Run 2)Bernd ZobelAUT
Venue detailsGates: 65 / 64
Length: ?
Start Altitude: 725 m
Vertical Drop: 467 m

The leader in the 1993-94 World Cup was Austrian Christian Mayer and he responded by leading on the first run. In second place was Swiss Urs Kälin, who had been runner-up in the event at the 1991 World Championships. They were followed by Markus Wasmeier, who had won a surprising gold medal in the super-G only four days earlier. On the second run, Wasmeier was best of the leaders, placing third on the run, to move ahead and win another unlikely gold medal. Kälin was right behind him in fourth place, to secure the silver medal. Mayer’s second run was only the 10th best and he dropped down to the bronze medal spot. The two-time defending champion, Alberto Tomba, competed but was only 13th on the first run and missed a gate on the second and did not finish.

PosNrSkierNOCTimeRun 1Run 2
117Markus WasmeierGER2:52.461:28.71 (3)1:23.75 (3)Gold
220Urs KälinSUI2:52.481:28.70 (2)1:23.78 (4)Silver
35Christian MayerAUT2:52.581:28.34 (1)1:24.24 (10)Bronze
48Jan Einar ThorsenNOR2:52.711:28.78 (4)1:23.93 (6)
56Rainer SalzgeberAUT2:52.871:29.51 (12)1:23.36 (1)
623Norman BergamelliITA2:53.121:29.39 (11)1:23.73 (2)
716Lasse KjusNOR2:53.231:29.07 (7)1:24.16 (7)
812Bernhard GstreinAUT2:53.351:29.13 (8)1:24.22 (9)
925Jeremy NobisUSA2:53.601:29.02 (6)1:24.58 (14)
1019Gerhard KönigsrainerITA2:53.611:29.16 (9)1:24.45 (12)
1115Günther MaderAUT2:53.661:29.37 (10)1:24.29 (11)
123Kjetil André AamodtNOR2:53.911:30.03 (18)1:23.88 (5)
134Franck PiccardFRA2:53.971:29.79 (14)1:24.18 (8)
1414Mitja KuncSLO2:54.071:28.90 (5)1:25.17 (19)
157Tobias BarnerssoiGER2:54.491:29.96 (=15)1:24.53 (13)
1627Thomas GrandiCAN2:54.761:29.97 (17)1:24.79 (17)
1724Ian PiccardFRA2:54.851:30.21 (=19)1:24.64 (15)
182Fredrik NybergSWE2:54.941:29.96 (=15)1:24.98 (18)
1922Paul AccolaSUI2:54.961:30.21 (=19)1:24.75 (16)
2033Rob CrossanCAN2:56.101:30.85 (23)1:25.25 (20)
2121Achim VogtLIE2:56.381:31.12 (24)1:25.26 (21)
2232Jernej KoblarSLO2:56.671:30.75 (22)1:25.92 (25)
2318Jure KoširSLO2:57.101:31.30 (25)1:25.80 (23)
2428Gregor GrilcSLO2:57.131:31.38 (26)1:25.75 (22)
2511Johan WallnerSWE2:57.461:31.57 (27)1:25.89 (24)
2631Kiminobu KimuraJPN2:58.501:31.86 (29)1:26.64 (26)
2737Vedran PavlekCRO2:58.911:32.13 (32)1:26.78 (27)
2839Xavier UbeiraESP2:59.351:32.07 (31)1:27.28 (=28)
2945Gianfranco MartinITA2:59.841:32.28 (33)1:27.56 (30)
3052Kristinn BjörnssonISL3:01.161:33.88 (38)1:27.28 (=28)
3148Spencer PessionGBR3:02.621:33.94 (39)1:28.68 (32)
3257Georges MendesPOR3:05.201:35.94 (41)1:29.26 (33)
3355Hur Seung-WookKOR3:07.751:38.08 (43)1:29.67 (34)
3435Erik SchlopyUSA3:10.001:42.26 (44)1:27.74 (31)
AC34Harper PhillipsUSA1:30.31 (21)– (AC)DNF
AC41Marco BüchelLIE1:31.82 (28)– (AC)DNF
AC49Daniel VogtLIE1:31.97 (30)– (AC)DNF
AC54Hans BurkhardLIE1:32.73 (34)– (AC)DNF
AC43Luis Alberto CristóbalESP1:33.34 (35)– (AC)DNF
AC46Anthony HuguetAUS1:33.60 (37)– (AC)DNF
AC59Johnny AlbertsenDEN1:37.35 (42)– (AC)DNF
AC30Janne LeskinenFIN1:34.65 (40)– (DNS)DNF
AC1Michael von GrünigenSUI– (AC)DNF
AC9Marc GirardelliLUX– (AC)DNF
AC13Steve LocherSUI– (AC)DNF
AC26Ole Kristian FurusethNOR– (AC)DNF
AC29Tobias HellmanSWE– (AC)DNF
AC36Simon Wi RuteneNZL– (AC)DNF
AC38Casey PuckettUSA– (AC)DNF
AC40Patrik JärbynSWE– (AC)DNF
AC42Lyubomir PopovBUL– (AC)DNF
AC44Andrey FilichkinRUS– (AC)DNF
AC50Gerard EscodaAND– (AC)DNF
AC51Mika MarilaFIN– (AC)DNF
AC53Federico van DitmarARG– (AC)DNF
AC56Víctor GómezAND– (AC)DNF
AC58Vasily BezsmelnitsynRUS– (AC)DNF
AC60Nicola ErcolaniSMR– (AC)DNF
AC61Enis BećirbegovićBIH– (AC)DNF
AC10Alberto TombaITA1:29.53 (13)– (AC)DQ
AC47Bill GaylordGBR1:33.58 (36)– (AC)DQ