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Slalom, Women

Date19 February 1998
StatusOlympic
LocationMt. Yakebitai, Shiga Kogen, Yamanouchi
Participants57 from 27 countries
FormatTwo runs, total time determined placement.
Course Setter (Run 1)Marko JurjecSLO
Course Setter (Run 2)Wolfgang GrasslGER
Venue detailsGates: 57 / 63
Length: ?
Start Altitude: 1870 m
Vertical Drop: 200 m

The last two World Champions were Deborah Compagnoni (ITA-1997) and Pernilla Wiberg (SWE-1996), with Wiberg also having won the 1997 World Cup slalom. Compagnoni led after the first run, followed by German Hilde Gerg, with Wiberg out as she missed an early gate. Gerg won the second run, with Compagnoni only fifth, to get the gold medal for the German skier. Compagnoni held onto the silver, followed by Australian Zali Steggall winning bronze. Steggall had been steady, third on the first run and fourth on the second. This was the first Winter Olympic Alpine skiing medal won by an Australian, although in 1992 Oceania had won one, with New Zealander Annelise Coberger winning silver in the slalom. Steggall’s brother, Zeke Steggall, also competed in Nagano, in snowboarding.

PosNrSkierNOCTimeRun 1Run 2
12Hilde GergGER1:32.4045.89 (2)46.51 (1)Gold
25Deborah CompagnoniITA1:32.4645.29 (1)47.17 (5)Silver
310Zali SteggallAUS1:32.6745.96 (3)46.71 (4)Bronze
412Martina ErtlGER1:32.9146.22 (5)46.69 (3)
54Sabine EggerAUT1:33.2245.97 (4)47.25 (7)
618Ingrid SalvenmoserAUT1:33.3946.84 (10)46.55 (2)
79Martina AccolaSUI1:34.1246.37 (7)47.75 (8)
823Morena GallizioITA1:34.8746.93 (11)47.94 (11)
925Monika BergmannGER1:34.9947.78 (19)47.21 (6)
1029Anna OttossonSWE1:35.2447.31 (16)47.93 (10)
1122Nataša BokalSLO1:35.5947.72 (17)47.87 (9)
127Ylva NowénSWE1:36.3348.07 (26)48.26 (12)
1335Julie ParisienUSA1:36.3547.91 (22)48.44 (13)
1444María José RiendaESP1:36.4647.73 (18)48.73 (16)
1513Lara MagoniITA1:36.6348.13 (27)48.50 (14)
1626Alenka DovžanSLO1:36.6647.95 (24)48.71 (15)
1739Kazuko IkedaJPN1:37.2947.88 (20)49.41 (19)
1833Tanja PoutiainenFIN1:37.5148.06 (25)49.45 (20)
1932Vicky GrauAND1:37.6948.41 (28)49.28 (17)
2037Junko YamakawaJPN1:38.1048.76 (30)49.34 (18)
2142Diana FehrLIE1:38.7648.66 (29)50.10 (21)
2234Sarah SchleperUSA1:39.4249.17 (31)50.25 (22)
2345Tamara SchädlerLIE1:40.0149.74 (33)50.27 (23)
2446Kumiko KashiwagiJPN1:40.4649.63 (32)50.83 (24)
2552Carola CalelloARG1:41.5650.52 (34)51.04 (25)
2653Nadezhda VasilevaBUL1:45.4452.68 (37)52.76 (26)
2756Mirjana GranzovSCG1:46.6552.45 (36)54.20 (27)
AC16Leïla PiccardFRA46.25 (6)– (AC)DNF
AC11Karin RotenSUI46.64 (8)– (AC)DNF
AC6Kristina KoznickUSA46.73 (9)– (AC)DNF
AC1Urška HrovatSLO47.02 (12)– (AC)DNF
AC8Špela PretnarSLO47.11 (13)– (AC)DNF
AC14Trine BakkeNOR47.17 (14)– (AC)DNF
AC31Henna RaitaFIN47.18 (15)– (AC)DNF
AC30Mónica BoschESP47.89 (21)– (AC)DNF
AC27Katerina TichyCAN47.93 (23)– (AC)DNF
AC48Katrine HvidsteenDEN51.10 (35)– (AC)DNF
AC38Martina FortkordSWE53.25 (38)– (DNS)DNF
AC3Pernilla WibergSWE– (AC)DNF
AC15Claudia RieglerNZL– (AC)DNF
AC17Sonja NefSUI– (AC)DNF
AC19Laure PequegnotFRA– (AC)DNF
AC20Patricia Chauvet-BlancFRA– (AC)DNF
AC21Elisabetta BiavaschiITA– (AC)DNF
AC24Andrine FlemmenNOR– (AC)DNF
AC36Emma Carrick-AndersonGBR– (AC)DNF
AC41Trude GimleNOR– (AC)DNF
AC43Janica KostelićCRO– (AC)DNF
AC37Brynja ÞorsteinsdóttirISL– (AC)DNF
AC39Sigríður ÞorláksdóttirISL– (AC)DNF
AC50Theódóra MathiesenISL– (AC)DNF
AC51Lucie HrstkováCZE– (AC)DNF
AC54Kinga BarsiHUN– (AC)DNF
AC55Marika LabanczHUN– (AC)DNF
AC28Tasha NelsonUSA– (AC)DQ
AC40Noriyo HiroiJPN– (AC)DQ
AC57Sofia AkhmeteliGEO– (AC)DQ