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Alpine Skiing at the 1998 Nagano Winter Games:

Women's Slalom

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Host City: Nagano, Japan
Venue(s): Mt. Yakebitai, Shiga Kogen, Yamanouchi
Date Started: February 19, 1998
Date Finished: February 19, 1998
Format: Two runs, total time determined placement.

Gold: GER Hilde Gerg
Silver: ITA Deborah Compagnoni
Bronze: AUS Zali Steggall

Summary

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 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.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal T
1 Hilde Gerg 22 Germany GER Gold 1:32.40
2 Deborah Compagnoni 27 Italy ITA Silver 1:32.46
3 Zali Steggall 23 Australia AUS Bronze 1:32.67
4 Martina Ertl-Renz 24 Germany GER 1:32.91
5 Sabine Egger 20 Austria AUT 1:33.22
6 Ingrid Salvenmoser 30 Austria AUT 1:33.39
7 Martina Accola 28 Switzerland SUI 1:34.12
8 Morena Gallizio 24 Italy ITA 1:34.87
9 Monika Bergmann-Schmuderer 19 Germany GER 1:34.99
10 Anna Ottosson 21 Sweden SWE 1:35.24
11 Nataša Bokal 30 Slovenia SLO 1:35.59
12 Ylva Nowén 28 Sweden SWE 1:36.33
13 Julie Parisien 26 United States USA 1:36.35
14 María José Rienda 22 Spain ESP 1:36.46
15 Lara Magoni 29 Italy ITA 1:36.63
16 Alenka Dovžan 21 Slovenia SLO 1:36.66
17 Kazuko Ikeda 23 Japan JPN 1:37.29
18 Tanja Poutiainen 17 Finland FIN 1:37.51
19 Vicky Grau 22 Andorra AND 1:37.69
20 Junko Yamakawa 22 Japan JPN 1:38.10
21 Diana Fehr 23 Liechtenstein LIE 1:38.76
22 Sarah Schleper 18 United States USA 1:39.42
23 Tamara Schädler 20 Liechtenstein LIE 1:40.01
24 Kumiko Kashiwagi 19 Japan JPN 1:40.46
25 Carola Calello 20 Argentina ARG 1:41.56
26 Nadezhda Vasileva 19 Bulgaria BUL 1:45.44
27 Mirjana Granzov 18 Serbia and Montenegro SCG 1:46.65
AC Leïla Piccard 27 France FRA DNF
AC Karin Roten 22 Switzerland SUI DNF
AC Kristina Koznick 22 United States USA DNF
AC Urška Hrovat 23 Slovenia SLO DNF
AC Špela Pretnar 24 Slovenia SLO DNF
AC Trine Bakke-Rognmo 23 Norway NOR DNF
AC Henna Raita 23 Finland FIN DNF
AC Mónica Bosch 25 Spain ESP DNF
AC Katerina Tichy 23 Canada CAN DNF
AC Katrine Hvidsteen 20 Denmark DEN DNF
AC Martina Fortkord 24 Sweden SWE DNF
AC Pernilla Wiberg 27 Sweden SWE DNF
AC Claudia Riegler 21 New Zealand NZL DNF
AC Sonja Nef 25 Switzerland SUI DNF
AC Laure Pequegnot 22 France FRA DNF
AC Patricia Chauvet-Blanc 30 France FRA DNF
AC Elisabetta Biavaschi 24 Italy ITA DNF
AC Andrine Flemmen 23 Norway NOR DNF
AC Emma Carrick-Anderson 22 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Trude Gimle 23 Norway NOR DNF
AC Janica Kostelić 16 Croatia CRO DNF
AC Brynja Þorsteinsdóttir 20 Iceland ISL DNF
AC Sigríður Þorláksdóttir 20 Iceland ISL DNF
AC Theódóra Mathiesen 22 Iceland ISL DNF
AC Lucie Hrstková 16 Czech Republic CZE DNF
AC Kinga Barsi 21 Hungary HUN DNF
AC Marika Labancz 19 Hungary HUN DNF
AC Tasha Nelson 23 United States USA DQ
AC Noriyo Hiroi 21 Japan JPN DQ
AC Sofia Akhmeteli 16 Georgia GEO DQ