Bobsleigh at the 1994 Winter Olympics – Four-man

Four-man bobsleigh at the 1994 Winter Olympics took place on 26 and 27 February 1994 at Lillehammer Olympic Bobsleigh and Luge Track.[1][2]

Four-man
at the XVII Olympic Winter Games
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VenueLillehammer Olympic Bobsleigh and Luge Track
Dates26–27 February 1994
Competitors88 from 12 nations
Winning time3:27.78
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Harald Czudaj
Karsten Brannasch
Olaf Hampel
Alexander Szelig
 Germany
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Gustav Weder
Donat Acklin
Kurt Meier
Domenico Semeraro
 Switzerland
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Wolfgang Hoppe
Ulf Hielscher
René Hannemann
Carsten Embach
 Germany
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ResultsEdit

Rank Team Athletes Time
    Germany (GER) Harald Czudaj, Karsten Brannasch, Olaf Hampel, Alexander Szelig 3:27.78
    Switzerland (SUI) Gustav Weder, Donat Acklin, Kurt Meier, Domenico Semeraro 3:27.84
    Germany (GER) Wolfgang Hoppe, Ulf Hielscher, René Hannemann, Carsten Embach 3:28.01
4   Austria (AUT) Hubert Schösser, Gerhard Redl, Harald Winkler, Gerhard Haidacher 3:28.40
5   Great Britain (GBR) Mark Tout, George Farrell, Jason Wing, Lenox Paul 3:28.87
6   Austria (AUT) Kurt Einberger, Thomas Bachler, Carsten Nentwig, Martin Schützenauer 3:28.91
7   Switzerland (SUI) Christian Meili, René Schmidheiny, Gerold Löffler, Christian Reich 3:29.33
8   Great Britain (GBR) Sean Olsson, John Herbert, Dean Ward, Paul Field 3:29.41
9   Italy (ITA) Gunther Huber, Antonio Tartaglia, Bernhard Mair, Mirco Ruggiero 3:29.42
10   Czech Republic (CZE) Jiri Dzmura, Pavel Puskar, Pavel Polomsky, Jan Kobian 3:29.51
11   Canada (CAN) Christopher Lori, Christian Farstad, Sheridon Baptiste, Glenroy Gilbert 3:29.56
12   Canada (CAN) Pierre Lueders, David MacEachern, Jacek Remigjusz Pyc, Pascal Caron 3:29.57
13   Latvia (LAT) Zintis Ekmanis, Boriss Artemjevs, Aldis Intlers, Didzis Skuška 3:29.81
14   Jamaica (JAM) Dudley Stokes, Winston Watt, Nelson Stokes, Wayne Thomas 3:29.96
15   United States (USA) Randy Will, Jeffrey Woodard, Joseph Sawyer, Chris Coleman 3:29.97
16   France (FRA) Bruno Mingeon, Philippe Tanchon, Gabriel Fourmigue, Eric Le Chanony 3:30.04
17   Sweden (SWE) Fredrik Gustafsson, Jörgen Kruse, Lennart Westermark, Hans Byberg 3:30.32
18   Japan (JPN) Naomi Takewaki, Hiroyuki Oshima, Hiroshi Suzuki, Takashi Ohori 3:30.32
19   Latvia (LAT) Sandis Prusis, Juris Tone, Otomars Rihters, Adris Pluksna 3:30.81
20   Australia (AUS) Justin McDonald, Adam Barclay, Scott Walker, Glenn Carroll 3:31.02
21   France (FRA) Christophe Flacher, Thierry Tribondeau, Claude Dasse, Max Robert 3:31.18
22   Italy (ITA) Pasquale Gesuito, Paolo Canedi, Silvio Calcagno, Marcantonio Stiffi 3:31.95
23   Romania (ROU) Florian Enache, Marian Chițescu, Iulian Păcioianu, Mihai Dumitrascu 3:32.18
24   Russia (RUS) Oleg Sukhoruchenko, Aydar Teregulov, Sergey Kruglov, Oleg Petrov 3:33.18
25   Puerto Rico (PUR) Liston Bochette, José Ferrer, Jorge Bonnet, Douglas Rosado 3:34.02
26   Monaco (MON) Albert, Prince Grimaldi, David Tomatis, Pascal Camia, Gilbert Bessi 3:34.62
27   Ukraine (UKR) Aleksey Zhukov, Andriy Petukhov, Vasyl Lantukh, Oleksandar Bortiuk 3:35.32
28   Virgin Islands (ISV) Zachary Zoller, Paul Zar, David Entwistle, Alexander Poe 3:35.65
29   Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) Zoran Sokolovic, Izet Haračić, Nizar Zaćiragić, Igor Boras 3:39.77
  United States (USA) Brian Shimer, Bryan Leturgez, Karlos Kirby, Randy Jones DNF

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Lillehammer Olympic Organizing Committee. "1994 Winter Olympics Report, volume IV" (PDF). pp. 99–100. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2 December 2010. Retrieved 10 December 2010.
  2. ^ "Bobsleigh at the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Games: Mens' Four". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 28 April 2018.