Who Won the Gold Medal for Men's Cross Country 15k?

Men's Cross Country 15k

The men's 15k cross country skiing event has been an Olympic event since 1924 when it started as an 18k race. It became 15 km in 1956. From 1992-1998 it was a 10k race.

This event has been dominated by Scandinavian skiers over the years. Andrus Veerpalu of Estonia won Gold in both 2002 and 2006.

Hallgeir Brenden and Bjorn Daehlie of Norway have also won two gold medals in this event.

Year Gold Medal Country Score
2014 Dario Cologna Switzerland 38:29.7 Details >>
2010 Dario Cologna Switzerland 33:36.3 Details >>
2006 Andrus Veerpalu Estonia 38:01.3 Details >>
2002 Andrus Veerpalu Estonia 37:07.4 Details >>
1998 Bjørn Dæhlie Norway 27:24.5 Details >>
1994 Bjørn Dæhlie Norway 24:20.1 Details >>
1992 Vegard Ulvang Norway 27:36.0 Details >>
1988 Mikhail Devyatyarov Soviet Union 41:18.9 Details >>
1984 Gunde Svan Sweden 41:25.6 Details >>
1980 Thomas Wassberg Sweden 41:57.63 Details >>
1976 Nikolay Bazhukov Soviet Unioin 43:58.47 Details >>
1972 Sven-Åke Lundbäck Sweden 45:28.24 Details >>
1968 Harald Grønningen Norway 47:54.2 Details >>
1964 Eero Mäntyranta Finland 50:54.1 Details >>
1960 Håkon Brusveen Norway 51:55.5 Details >>
1956 Hallgeir Brenden Norway 49:39 Details >>
1952 Hallgeir Brenden Norway 1:01:34 Details >>
1948 Martin Lundström Sweden 1:13:50 Details >>
1936 Erik Larsson Sweden 1:14:38 Details >>
1932 Sven Utterström Sweden 1:23:07 Details >>
1928 Johan Grøttumsbraaten Norway 1:37:01 Details >>
1924 Thorleif Haug Norway 1:14:31.4 Details >>