Who Won the Gold Medal for Men's Cross Country Pursuit?
The men's cross country pursuit skiing event has been a part of the Winters Olympics since 1992.
Distances have varied, and 2006 was the first time for a 30K race. It also changed to a mass start and called a skiathlon.
This event combines classic technique and a free technique. Athletes change skis and poles at the halfway point of the race.
Bjorn Daehlie and Thomas Alsgaard - both from Norway - won the first four gold medals in men's cross country pursuit.
|2014||Dario Cologna||Switzerland||1:08:15.4||Details >>|
|2010||Marcus Hellner||Sweden||1:15:11.4||Details >>|
|2006||Yevgeny Dementyev||Russia||1:17:00.8||Details >>|
|2002||Thomas Alsgaard & Frode Estil||Norway & Norway||49:48.9||Details >>|
|1998||Thomas Alsgaard||Norway||39:37.7||Details >>|
|1994||Bjørn Dæhlie||Norway||35:48.8||Details >>|
|1992||Bjørn Dæhlie||Norway||38:01.9||Details >>|