Who Won the Gold Medal for Women's Cross Country Pursuit?
This event began in 1992 and combined a 5k classical race with a 10k freestyle race later.
In 2002 the event changed to a skiathlon, where athletes would race half classical followed immediately by half freestyle - taking a break only to change skis.
|2014||Marit Bjoergen||Norway||38:33.6||Details >>|
|2010||Marit Bjørgen||Norway||39:58.1||Details >>|
|2006||Kristina Šmigun-Vähi||Estonia||42:48.7||Details >>|
|2002||Beckie Scott||Canada||25:09.9||Details >>|
|1998||Larisa Lazutina||Russia||28:29.9||Details >>|
|1994||Lyubov Yegorova||Russia||27:30.1||Details >>|
|1992||Lyubov Yegorova||Unified Team||25:53.7||Details >>|