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Freestyle Skiing at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games:

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Host City: Lillehammer, Norway
Venue(s): Kanthaugen Freestyle Arena, Lillehammer
Date Started: February 15, 1994
Date Finished: February 16, 1994

Gold: NOR Stine Lise Hattestad
Silver: USA Liz McIntyre
Bronze: RUS Yelizaveta Kozhevnikova


The favorite was Donna Weinbrecht (USA), the defending gold medalist, who had won six straight World Cup events in the 1993-94 season. But a few weeks before the Lillehammer Games, she had been beaten by Norway’s [Stine Lise Hattestad], the 1993 World Champion and overall World Cup Champion in 1992-93. Hattestad placed second in qualifying, which was led by American [Liz McIntyre], while Weinbracht placed only sixth. The final was extremely close, but Weinbrecht was not a factor, placing seventh in her worst performance in years. Hattestad and McIntyre were almost equal. Their turns and air points were exactly equal (20.25) but Hattestad had been faster down the course by .32 seconds, earning her the gold medal by .08 points. The bronze medal went to Russian [Yelizaveta Kozhevnikova] who had won silver in Albertville.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Stine Lise Hattestad 27 Norway NOR Gold
2 Liz McIntyre 28 United States USA Silver
3 Yelizaveta Kozhevnikova 20 Russia RUS Bronze
4 Raphaëlle Monod 25 France FRA
5 Candice Gilg 21 France FRA
6 Tatjana Mittermayer 29 Germany GER
7 Donna Weinbrecht 28 United States USA
8 Ann Battelle 26 United States USA
9 Bronwen Thomas 24 Canada CAN
10 Silvia Marciandi 30 Italy ITA
11 Tae Satoya 17 Japan JPN
12 Lyudmila Dymchenko 16 Russia RUS
13 Minna Karhu 22 Finland FIN
14 Marina Cherkasova 21 Russia RUS
15 Yelena Korolyova 20 Russia RUS
16 Katherina Kubenk 23 Canada CAN
17 Helena Waller 27 Sweden SWE
18 Sandrine Vaucher 22 Switzerland SUI
19 Genevieve Fortin 21 Canada CAN
20 Birgit Keppler-Stein 30 Germany GER
21 Larisa Udodova 20 Uzbekistan UZB
22 Petra Moroder 25 Italy ITA
23 Julie Steggall 22 Canada CAN
24 Patricia Portillo 19 Spain ESP