in the village of Cresta. "An Olympic Fairy Tale". It was supported by the government largely to help stimulate the economy of the inland counties. Some bobsleigh tracks are also used for luge and skeleton competition. In the A final, countryman Derrick Campbell was obstructed by Great Britain's Nicky Gooch, who was disqualified. 45 In the women's disciplines, Norway was the only nation to take two medals; Stine Lise Hattestad won the moguls ahead of the United States' Liz McIntyre. The latter used his speech to remind about Sarajevo's situation, 66 before giving Heiberg IOC's gold medal. Nancy Kerrigan had, before the games, been clubbed by Tonya Harding's associate, but managed to take silver in ladies' singles. Payne from Bermuda, Paul Hix from United Kingdom, Josef Svarek from Slovakia, Roger White from Australia. 471 athletes from 31 countries participated, with Norway claiming the most gold medals ahead of Germany.
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"Nordic Combined at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games: Men's Individual". The Olympic oaths were issued by Vegard Ulvang for the athletes and Kari Kring for the officials. Pilots must have the skill, timing, and finesse to steer the sleigh along the path, or, 'line that will produce the greatest speed. Moe won the downhill ahead of Norway's Kjetil Andr Aamodt, who came in third in the super-G. "Results and Medalists 1994 Winter Olympics". 59 Six people took the individual medals in the women's events, with the United States' Cathy Turner defending her 1992 gold on the 500 meters 60 and South Korea's Chun Lee-Kyung taking the gold in 1000 meters. Rugby, sailing, shooting, swimming, synchronized Swimming, table Tennis. Nearly two million people spectated the games, which were the first to have the Olympic truce in effect. "Biathlon at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games: Men's.5 kilometres Relay". The Games were the first following the implementation of stricter qualifying standards, which prevented low-performing athletes from competing without meeting minimum standards.
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