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Alpine Skiing at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games:

Men's Combined

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Host City: Lillehammer, Norway
Venue(s): Hafjell Alpine Centre, Øyer
Date Started: February 14, 1994
Date Finished: February 15, 1994
Format: One downhill run and two slalom runs, total time determined placement.

Gold: NOR Lasse Kjus
Silver: NOR Kjetil André Aamodt
Bronze: NOR Harald Christian Strand Nilsen


This was the second men’s Alpine event, starting the day after the downhill with the downhill section of the combined. A change occurred in the format as well, with the placements determined by total time in the downhill and the two slalom runs. Previously, scoring had been by a point system based on the times of the skiers. The new system favored slalom skiers, as long as they could place reasonably well in the downhill.

The combined downhill was led by Norwegian [Lasse Kjus], with Americans [Kyle Rasmussen] and [Tommy Moe] in second and third. Kjus had won the 1993 World Championships, followed by his teammate, [Kjetil André Aamodt]. Aamodt was well-positioned after the downhill, in sixth place. For the two slalom runs, Kjus placed seventh and Aamodt ninth but it was good enough to see them repeat their 1-2 finish from the 1993 Worlds. Moe was 15th in the slalom and dropped out of the medals, the bronze going to Norwegian [Harald Christian Strand Nilsen]. Norway’s medal sweep was only the third ever in Alpine skiing at the Winter Olympics, following Austrian sweeps in the 1956 men’s giant slalom and the 1964 women’s downhill.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal T
1 Lasse Kjus 23 Norway NOR Gold 3:17.53
2 Kjetil André Aamodt 22 Norway NOR Silver 3:18.55
3 Harald Christian Strand Nilsen 22 Norway NOR Bronze 3:19.14
4 Günther Mader 29 Austria AUT 3:19.23
5 Tommy Moe 23 United States USA 3:19.41
6 Paul Accola 26 Switzerland SUI 3:19.44
7 Mitja Kunc 22 Slovenia SLO 3:19.55
8 Fredrik Nyberg 24 Sweden SWE 3:20.30
9 Marc Girardelli 30 Luxembourg LUX 3:20.47
10 Jure Košir 21 Slovenia SLO 3:20.58
11 Miran Ravter 21 Slovenia SLO 3:20.68
12 Steve Locher 26 Switzerland SUI 3:21.21
13 Tobias Hellman 21 Sweden SWE 3:21.74
14 Tobias Barnerssoi 24 Germany GER 3:22.49
15 Gianfranco Martin 23 Italy ITA 3:22.69
16 Kristian Ghedina 24 Italy ITA 3:23.17
17 Marcel Sulliger 26 Switzerland SUI 3:24.00
18 Atle Skårdal 27 Norway NOR 3:24.28
19 Lyubomir Popov 26 Bulgaria BUL 3:25.04
20 Simon Wi Rutene 27 New Zealand NZL 3:25.48
21 Mika Marila 21 Finland FIN 3:25.52
22 Janne Leskinen 22 Finland FIN 3:25.53
23 Gregor Grilc 23 Slovenia SLO 3:26.03
24 Achim Vogt 23 Liechtenstein LIE 3:26.23
25 Xavier Ubeira 23 Spain ESP 3:26.92
26 Petar Dichev 24 Bulgaria BUL 3:28.61
27 Marcin Szafrański 22 Poland POL 3:31.27
28 Vicente Tomas 24 Spain ESP 3:31.61
29 Andrey Kolotvin 22 Kazakhstan KAZ 3:34.59
30 Attila Bónis 22 Hungary HUN 3:34.76
31 Kyle Rasmussen 25 United States USA 3:37.54
32 Diego Margozzini 23 Chile CHI 3:42.39
33 Marco Büchel 22 Liechtenstein LIE 3:47.85
AC Alessandro Fattori 20 Italy ITA DNF
AC Kiminobu Kimura 23 Japan JPN DNF
AC Gerard Escoda 23 Andorra AND DNF
AC Cary Mullen 24 Canada CAN DNF
AC Ed Podivinsky 23 Canada CAN DNF
AC Andrey Filichkin 19 Russia RUS DNF
AC Vasily Bezsmelnitsyn 19 Russia RUS DNF
AC Takuya Ishioka 22 Japan JPN DNF
AC Zurab Dzhidzhishvili 20 Georgia GEO DNF
AC Alexis Racloz 27 Chile CHI DNF
AC Maríano Puricelli 19 Argentina ARG DNF
AC Christian Mayer 22 Austria AUT DNF
AC Hans Knauß 23 Austria AUT DNF
AC Bill Gaylord 26 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Graham Bell 28 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Markus Wasmeier 30 Germany GER DNF
AC Chad Fleischer 22 United States USA DNF
AC Georges Mendes 19 Portugal POR DNF
AC Craig Thrasher 23 United States USA DNF
AC Nils Linneberg 26 Chile CHI DQ
AC Jean-Luc Crétier 27 France FRA DQ
AC Patrik Järbyn 24 Sweden SWE DQ
AC Ovidio García 25 Spain ESP DQ