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Alpine Skiing at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games:

Women's Super G

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Host City: Lillehammer, Norway
Venue(s): Kvitfjell Alpine Centre, Ringebu
Date Started: February 15, 1994
Date Finished: February 15, 1994

Gold: USA Diann Roffe-Steinrotter
Silver: RUS Svetlana Gladysheva
Bronze: ITA Isolde Kostner

Summary

Everyone expected Katja Seizinger to win. She had easily won the downhill six days earlier, was the 1993 World Cup champion, 1993 World Champion, and was leading the 1993-94 World Cup in the super-G. The first skier off was Diann Roffe, who had won a silver medal at the 1992 Winter Olympics in the giant slalom. Roffe had first come to international attention in 1985 when she won the giant slalom World Championship, at only 17-years-old, and then won a World Cup GS a few weeks later. But between then and 1994 she had no World Cup victories. Her run in Lillehammer looked good, with no discernible flaws, and as the other seeded skiers came down, her time held up, earning Roffe a shocking gold medal. Seizinger started seventh but fell and did not finish the race. The silver was also a surprise, going to Russian Svetlana Gladysheva, who was mainly a downhiller, having won a bronze in that event at the 1991 World Championships.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal T
1 Diann Roffe-Steinrotter 26 United States USA Gold 1:22.15
2 Svetlana Gladysheva 22 Russia RUS Silver 1:22.44
3 Isolde Kostner 18 Italy ITA Bronze 1:22.45
4 Pernilla Wiberg 23 Sweden SWE 1:22.67
5 Morena Gallizio 20 Italy ITA 1:22.73
6 Katrin Gutensohn 27 Germany GER 1:22.84
7 Katja Koren 18 Slovenia SLO 1:22.96
8 Kerrin Lee-Gartner 27 Canada CAN 1:22.98
9 Anita Wachter 27 Austria AUT 1:23.01
10 Shannon Nobis 21 United States USA 1:23.02
11 Régine Cavagnoud 23 France FRA 1:23.13
12 Kate Pace-Lindsay 24 Canada CAN 1:23.22
13 Hilary Lindh 24 United States USA 1:23.38
14 Florence Masnada 25 France FRA 1:23.43
15 Sylvia Eder 28 Austria AUT 1:23.51
16 Heidi Zeller-Bähler 26 Switzerland SUI 1:23.53
17 Deborah Compagnoni 23 Italy ITA 1:23.54
18 Hilde Gerg 18 Germany GER 1:23.63
19 Carole Merle 30 France FRA 1:23.72
20 Mélanie Suchet 17 France FRA 1:23.74
21 Varvara Zelenskaya 21 Russia RUS 1:23.80
22T Marianne Kjørstad 23 Norway NOR 1:23.83
22T Veronika Wallinger-Stallmaier 27 Austria AUT 1:23.83
24 Emi Kawabata 23 Japan JPN 1:23.90
25 Michelle McKendry-Ruthven 26 Canada CAN 1:24.13
26 Urška Hrovat 19 Slovenia SLO 1:24.49
27T Erika Hansson 20 Sweden SWE 1:24.50
27T Ainhoa Ibarra 25 Spain ESP 1:24.50
29 María José Rienda 18 Spain ESP 1:24.65
30 Steffi Schuster 24 Austria AUT 1:24.76
31 Michaela Gerg-Leitner 28 Germany GER 1:25.19
32 Jeanette Lunde 21 Norway NOR 1:25.32
33 Lucia Medzihradská 25 Slovakia SVK 1:25.57
34 Nataliya Buga 22 Russia RUS 1:26.09
35 Caroline Gedde-Dahl 20 Norway NOR 1:26.13
36 Vicky Grau 18 Andorra AND 1:26.39
37 Olga Vedyacheva 23 Kazakhstan KAZ 1:26.66
38 Mira Golub 18 Russia RUS 1:27.23
39 Mihaela Fera 23 Romania ROU 1:28.47
40 Olha Lohinova 28 Ukraine UKR 1:30.00
41 Szvetlana Keszthelyi 22 Hungary HUN 1:30.21
42 Francisca Steverlynck 19 Argentina ARG 1:32.56
43 Dominique Ezquerra 16 Argentina ARG 1:32.71
44 Gabriela Quijano 18 Argentina ARG 1:33.45
45 Carola Calello 16 Argentina ARG 1:35.87
46 Karolina Fotiadou 23 Cyprus CYP 1:43.97
AC Heidi Zurbriggen 26 Switzerland SUI DNF
AC Katja Seizinger 21 Germany GER DNF
AC Bibiana Perez 23 Italy ITA DNF
AC Alenka Dovžan 18 Slovenia SLO DNF
AC Chantal Bournissen 26 Switzerland SUI DNF
AC Megan Gerety 22 United States USA DNF
AC Špela Pretnar 20 Slovenia SLO DNF
AC Birgit Heeb-Batliner 21 Liechtenstein LIE DNF
AC Ásta Halldórsdóttir 23 Iceland ISL DNF