Cross-country skiing at the 1948 Winter Olympics – Men's 18 kilometre

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The 18 kilometre cross-country skiing event was part of the cross-country skiing at the 1948 Winter Olympics programme. It was the fifth appearance of the event. The competition was held on Saturday, 31 January 1948. Eighty-four cross-country skiers from 15 nations competed. [1]

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Medalists

GoldSilverBronze
Martin Lundström
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Nils Östensson
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
Gunnar Eriksson
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden

Results

PlaceCompetitorTime
1Flag of Sweden.svg  Martin Lundström  (SWE)1'13:50
2Flag of Sweden.svg  Nils Östensson  (SWE)1'14:22
3Flag of Sweden.svg  Gunnar Eriksson  (SWE)1'16:06
4Flag of Finland.svg  Heikki Hasu  (FIN)1'16:43
5Flag of Sweden.svg  Nils Karlsson  (SWE)1'16:54
6Flag of Finland.svg  Sauli Rytky  (FIN)1'18:10
7Flag of Finland.svg  August Kiuru  (FIN)1'18:25
8Flag of Finland.svg  Teuvo Laukkanen  (FIN)1'18:51
9Flag of Norway.svg  Olav Hagen  (NOR)1'19:05
10Flag of Finland.svg  Martti Huhtala  (FIN)1'19:28
11Flag of France.svg  Benoît Carrara  (FRA)1'20:03
12Flag of Finland.svg  Eero Rautiola  (FIN)1'20:18
13Flag of Norway.svg  Olav Økern  (NOR)1'20:37
14Flag of Norway.svg  Olav Odden  (NOR)1'21:35
15Flag of Norway.svg  Erling Evensen  (NOR)1'21:40
16Flag of Sweden.svg  Sven Israelsson  (SWE)1'21:44
17Flag of Norway.svg  Reidar Nyborg  (NOR)1'21:47
18Flag of Norway.svg  Olaf Dufseth  (NOR)1'21:50
19Flag of Sweden.svg  Erik Elmsäter  (SWE)1'22:12
20Flag of Switzerland.svg  Edi Schild  (SUI)1'22:15
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Niklaus Stump  (SUI)1'22:15
22Flag of Italy.svg  Severino Compagnoni  (ITA)1'22:21
23Flag of Finland.svg  Olavi Sihvonen  (FIN)1'22:26
24Flag of Finland.svg  Pauli Salonen  (FIN)1'22:28
25Flag of Switzerland.svg  Max Müller  (SUI)1'22:40
26Flag of Switzerland.svg  Robert Zurbriggen  (SUI)1'22:51
27Flag of Norway.svg  Eilert Dahl  (NOR)1'22:52
28Flag of Austria.svg  Karl Rafreider  (AUT)1'23:19
29Flag of Italy.svg  Alfredo Prucker  (ITA)1'23:26
30Flag of Switzerland.svg  Theo Allenbach  (SUI)1'24:12
Flag of Italy.svg  Rizzieri Rodeghiero  (ITA)1'24:12
32Flag of Norway.svg  Kaare Østerdahl  (NOR)1'24:20
33Flag of Sweden.svg  Clas Haraldsson  (SWE)1'24:21
34Flag of Switzerland.svg  Alfons Supersaxo  (SUI)1'24:29
35Flag of Italy.svg  Christiano Rodeghiero  (ITA)1'24:34
36Flag of Austria.svg  Josl Gstrein  (AUT)1'25:04
37Flag of France.svg  Marius Mora  (FRA)1'25:06
38Flag of Poland (1928-1980).svg  Stefan Dziedzic  (POL)1'25:33
39Flag of Austria.svg  Engelbert Hundertpfund  (AUT)1'25:41
40Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  Jaroslav Cardal  (TCH)1'25:44
41Flag of Switzerland.svg  Karl Bricker  (SUI)1'25:47
42Flag of France.svg  René Jeandel  (FRA)1'25:57
43Flag of Switzerland.svg  Gottlieb Perren  (SUI)1'26:27
44Flag of France.svg  André Buffard  (FRA)1'27:18
45Flag of Austria.svg  Matthias Noichl  (AUT)1'27:34
46Flag of Austria.svg  Josef Deutschmann  (AUT)1'27:43
47Flag of Poland (1928-1980).svg  Tadeusz Kwapień  (POL)1'27:55
48Flag of France.svg  Paul Bouveret  (FRA)1'28:07
49Flag of Hungary (1946-1949, 1956-1957).svg  András Harangvölgyi  (HUN)1'28:10
50Flag of Italy.svg  Alberto Tassotti  (ITA)1'28:16
51Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg  Tone Razinger  (YUG)1'28:24
52Flag of Italy.svg  Arcangelo Chiocchetti  (ITA)1'28:36
53Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg  Matevž Kordež  (YUG)1'28:37
54Flag of Italy.svg  Vincenzo Perruchon  (ITA)1'28:50
55Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg  Jože Knific  (YUG)1'29:01
56Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg  Tone Pogačnik  (YUG)1'29:08
57Flag of Hungary (1946-1949, 1956-1957).svg  Imre Beták  (HUN)1'29:24
58Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  Vít Fousek Sr.  (TCH)1'29:37
59Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  Bohumil Kosour  (TCH)1'29:37
60Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  Jaroslav Zajíček  (TCH)1'29:44
61Flag of Austria.svg  Paul Haslwanter  (AUT)1'31:00
62Flag of Poland (1928-1980).svg  Józef Daniel Krzeptowski  (POL)1'31:05
63Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  Štefan Kovalčík  (TCH)1'31:06
64Flag of Austria.svg  Karl Martitsch  (AUT)1'31:19
65US flag 48 stars.svg  Chummy Broomhall  (USA)1'31:40
66US flag 48 stars.svg  Don Johnson  (USA)1'32:03
67Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  Jaroslav Kadavý  (TCH)1'32:47
68Flag of Austria.svg  Hubert Hammerschmied  (AUT)1'32:47
69Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg  Alojz Klančnik  (YUG)1'33:02
70Flag of Poland (1928-1980).svg  Stanisław Bukowski  (POL)1'34:17
71Flag of France.svg  Walter Jeandel  (FRA)1'34:19
72Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  František Šimůnek  (TCH)1'35:21
73Canadian Red Ensign (1921-1957).svg  Tom Dennie  (CAN)1'35:41
74US flag 48 stars.svg  Ralph Townsend  (USA)1'37:12
75US flag 48 stars.svg  Corey Engen  (USA)1'37:24
76Flag of Poland (1928-1980).svg  Leopold Tajner  (POL)1'38:45
77US flag 48 stars.svg  Gordon Wren  (USA)1'40:12
78Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  Jaroslav Lukeš  (TCH)1'41:00
79Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Christof Frommelt  (LIE)1'42:35
80Flag of Bulgaria (1946-1948).svg  Nikola Delev  (BUL)1'43:29
81Canadian Red Ensign (1921-1957).svg  Wilbur Irwin  (CAN)1'44:43
82Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Egon Matt  (LIE)1'48:41
83Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Erwin Jehle  (LIE)1'49:26
Flag of Bulgaria (1946-1948).svg  Georgi Doykov  (BUL)DNF

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References

  1. "Cross Country Skiing at the 1948 Sankt Moritz Winter Games: Men's 18 kilometres". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 14 June 2019.