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Men's Slalom

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Host City: Lillehammer, Norway
Venue(s): Hafjell Alpine Centre, Øyer
Date Started: February 27, 1994
Date Finished: February 27, 1994
Format: Two runs, total time determined placement.

Gold: AUT Thomas Stangassinger
Silver: ITA Alberto Tomba
Bronze: SLO Jure KoÅ¡ir


[Alberto Tomba], the 1988 gold medalist and 1992 silver medalist in the slalom, was somewhat past his best in the giant slalom, but he still led the 1993-94 slalom World Cup, having won that title in 1992, and winning four of the eight pre-Olympic slaloms. On the first run, he was unimpressive, placing 12th in a time that left him 1.84 seconds behind the run leader, [Thomas Stangassinger] of Austria. Fourth off on the second run, Tomba produced a near-perfect run, and taking the early lead. One-by-one the 11 skiiers ahead of him came down the course, and one-by-one his time held up, until the final skier, Stangassinger. Stangassinger would finish only seventh on the second run, and edged ahead of Tomba by only 0.15 seconds, but the gold medal went to the Austrian. Tomba won his third consecutive Olympic medal in the slalom.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal T
1 Thomas Stangassinger 28 Austria AUT Gold 2:02.02
2 Alberto Tomba 27 Italy ITA Silver 2:02.17
3 Jure Košir 21 Slovenia SLO Bronze 2:02.53
4 Mitja Kunc 22 Slovenia SLO 2:02.62
5 Thomas Fogdö 23 Sweden SWE 2:03.05
6 Finn Christian Jagge 27 Norway NOR 2:03.19
7 Casey Puckett 21 United States USA 2:03.47
8 Angelo Weiss 25 Italy ITA 2:03.72
9 Patrick Staub 26 Switzerland SUI 2:04.19
10 Andrej Miklavc 23 Slovenia SLO 2:04.35
11 Andrea Zinsli 21 Switzerland SUI 2:04.94
12 Mika Marila 21 Finland FIN 2:04.99
13 Mats Ericson 29 Sweden SWE 2:05.49
14 Thomas Grandi 21 Canada CAN 2:05.54
15 Michael von Grünigen 24 Switzerland SUI 2:05.88
16 Yves Dimier 24 France FRA 2:06.99
17 Paul Accola 26 Switzerland SUI 2:07.56
18 Kiminobu Kimura 23 Japan JPN 2:07.97
19 Takuya Ishioka 22 Japan JPN 2:10.34
20 Vicente Tomas 24 Spain ESP 2:13.44
21 Hur Seung-Wook 21 South Korea KOR 2:13.66
22 Attila Bónis 22 Hungary HUN 2:20.43
AC Kjetil André Aamodt 22 Norway NOR DNF
AC Peter Roth 33 Germany GER DNF
AC Thomas Sykora 25 Austria AUT DNF
AC Rob Crossan 25 Canada CAN DNF
AC Sébastien Amiez 21 France FRA DNF
AC Tetsuya Okabe 28 Japan JPN DNF
AC Matt Grosjean 23 United States USA DNF
AC Jeremy Nobis 23 United States USA DNF
AC Armin Bittner 29 Germany GER DNF
AC Günther Mader 29 Austria AUT DNF
AC Bernhard Gstrein 28 Austria AUT DNF
AC Lasse Kjus 23 Norway NOR DNF
AC Bernhard Bauer 26 Germany GER DNF
AC Fabrizio Tescari 24 Italy ITA DNF
AC Johan Wallner 29 Sweden SWE DNF
AC Norman Bergamelli 22 Italy ITA DNF
AC Erik Schlopy 21 United States USA DNF
AC Ovidio García 25 Spain ESP DNF
AC Gaku Hirasawa 21 Japan JPN DNF
AC Tobias Hellman 21 Sweden SWE DNF
AC Lyubomir Popov 26 Bulgaria BUL DNF
AC Gerard Escoda 23 Andorra AND DNF
AC Kristinn Björnsson 21 Iceland ISL DNF
AC Simon Wi Rutene 27 New Zealand NZL DNF
AC Bill Gaylord 26 Great Britain GBR DNF
AC Xavier Ubeira 23 Spain ESP DNF
AC Haukur Arnórsson 22 Iceland ISL DNF
AC Federico van Ditmar 24 Argentina ARG DNF
AC Petar Dichev 24 Bulgaria BUL DNF
AC Marcin Szafrański 22 Poland POL DNF
AC Vedran Pavlek 20 Croatia CRO DNF
AC Levan Abramishvili 23 Georgia GEO DNF
AC Gregor Grilc 23 Slovenia SLO DQ
AC Ole Kristian Furuseth 27 Norway NOR DQ
AC Marc Girardelli 30 Luxembourg LUX DQ