|
| Event type

Slalom, Women

Date26 February 1994
StatusOlympic
LocationHafjell Alpinsenter, Øyer
Participants55 from 22 countries
FormatTwo runs, total time determined placement.
Course Setter (Run 1)Herbert MandlAUT
Course Setter (Run 2)Marko JurjecSLO
Venue detailsGates: 67 / 68
Length: ?
Start Altitude: 453 m
Vertical Drop: 195 m

Vreni Schneider had won the gold medal in this event and the giant slalom in 1988, and had since dominated slalom on the World Cup circuit. She was World Cup champion in 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, and would win again in 1994 and 1995, and World Champion in 1991. But in early 1994, Schneider was recovering from a back problem, and the early leader in the 1993-94 World Cup was Sweden’s Pernilla Wiberg. But on the first run, Schneider placed only fifth, the run leader being Slovenia’s Katja Koren, with Wiberg second. But Schneider’s second run was legendary, almost 1.3 seconds faster than Koren and exactly 1.3 seconds better than Wiberg. It made Schneider the first woman to win three Olympic gold medals, and was her fifth Olympic medal, the first Alpine skier of either gender to win that many. The silver medal went to Austrian Elfi Eder, the 1993 World Championship bronze medalist, who was the only skier within ½-a-second of Schneider on the second run.

PosNrSkierNOCTimeRun 1Run 2
11Vreni SchneiderSUI1:56.0159.68 (5)56.33 (1)Gold
28Elfi EderAUT1:56.3559.54 (3)56.81 (2)Silver
333Katja KorenSLO1:56.6159.00 (1)57.61 (5)Bronze
42Pernilla WibergSWE1:56.6859.05 (2)57.63 (6)
510Gabi ZingreSUI1:57.8059.62 (4)58.18 (13)
614Christine von GrünigenSUI1:57.861:00.76 (11)57.10 (3)
724Roberta SerraITA1:57.881:00.39 (8)57.49 (4)
84Urška HrovatSLO1:58.071:00.38 (7)57.69 (=7)
93Morena GallizioITA1:58.191:00.43 (9)57.76 (9)
1012Deborah CompagnoniITA1:58.261:00.25 (6)58.01 (11)
1119Špela PretnarSLO1:58.651:00.78 (13)57.87 (10)
1223Monika MaierhoferAUT1:58.741:01.05 (15)57.69 (=7)
1328Christina RodlingSWE1:59.071:01.01 (14)58.06 (12)
149Martina ErtlGER1:59.651:01.23 (16)58.42 (15)
1521Trude GimleNOR1:59.871:01.55 (20)58.32 (14)
166Lara MagoniITA2:00.011:00.77 (12)59.24 (18)
1726Martina AccolaSUI2:00.031:00.45 (10)59.58 (20)
1830Carrie SheinbergUSA2:00.161:01.63 (22)58.53 (16)
1915Kristina AnderssonSWE2:00.751:01.46 (18)59.29 (19)
=2042Ásta HalldórsdóttirISL2:01.551:01.86 (23)59.69 (21)
=2038Lucia MedzihradskáSVK2:01.551:02.67 (27)58.88 (17)
2237Zali SteggallAUS2:03.041:03.16 (28)59.88 (22)
2344Mónica BoschESP2:06.111:03.79 (30)1:02.32 (23)
2449Caroline PoussierAND2:06.821:04.46 (31)1:02.36 (24)
2546Szvetlana KeszthelyiHUN2:09.001:06.09 (32)1:02.91 (25)
2654Gabriela QuijanoARG2:17.261:09.70 (33)1:07.56 (27)
2755Arijana BorasBIH2:18.721:10.92 (34)1:07.80 (28)
2853Ágnes LitterHUN2:35.611:31.67 (36)1:03.94 (26)
AC32Leïla PiccardFRA1:01.33 (17)– (AC)DNF
AC39Eva TwardokensUSA1:01.47 (19)– (AC)DNF
AC43Claudia RieglerNZL1:02.26 (25)– (AC)DNF
AC27Hilde GergGER1:02.48 (26)– (AC)DNF
AC56Thomai LefousiGRE1:12.16 (35)– (AC)DNF
AC5Patricia Chauvet-BlancFRA– (AC)DNF
AC7Marianne KjørstadNOR– (AC)DNF
AC11Annelise CobergerNZL– (AC)DNF
AC13Anita WachterAUT– (AC)DNF
AC16Miriam VogtGER– (AC)DNF
AC17Alenka DovžanSLO– (AC)DNF
AC20Béatrice FilliolFRA– (AC)DNF
AC29Edda MutterGER– (AC)DNF
AC31Florence MasnadaFRA– (AC)DNF
AC34Emma Carrick-AndersonGBR– (AC)DNF
AC35Mélanie TurgeonCAN– (AC)DNF
AC36Erika HanssonSWE– (AC)DNF
AC40Claire de PourtalesGBR– (AC)DNF
AC45Ainhoa IbarraESP– (AC)DNF
AC47Vicky GrauAND– (AC)DNF
AC48Ofélia RáczHUN– (AC)DNF
AC51María José RiendaESP– (AC)DNF
AC18Julie ParisienUSA1:01.61 (21)– (AC)DQ
AC22Monique PelletierUSA1:01.87 (24)– (AC)DQ
AC52Olha LohinovaUKR1:03.49 (29)– (AC)DQ
AC25Trine BakkeNOR1:01.60 (AC)DQ
AC41Caroline Gedde-DahlNOR1:02.67 (AC)DQ
DNS50Cornelia CataROU– (DNS)