Trude Dybendahl

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Trude Dybendahl
Trude Dybendahl at Fiemme 1991.jpg
Trude Dybendahl at Fiemme 1991
Born (1966-01-08) 8 January 1966 (age 56)
Oslo, Norway
Ski clubKjelsås IL
World Cup career
Seasons13 – (19861998)
Individual wins7
Team wins9
Indiv. podiums18
Team podiums30
Indiv. starts104
Team starts33
Overall titles0 – (3rd in 1990)
Discipline titles0
Medal record

Trude Dybendahl (born 8 January 1966), sometimes listed as Trude Dybendahl-Hartz or Trude Dybendahl Hartz, is a former Norwegian cross-country skier who competed from 1986 to 1998. She won three silver medals in the 4 × 5 km relay at the Winter Olympics (1988, 1992, 1994). Her best individual Olympic finish was fourth in the 30 km event in 1994.

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Dybendahl also won six medals at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with one gold (5 km: 1991), two silvers (15 km: 1991, 4 × 5 km relay: 1997), and three bronzes (4 × 5 km relay: 1991, 1993; 5 km: 1993). She also won the 20 km double pursuit event at the 1990 Holmenkollen ski festival.

During her career, Dybendahl represented Kjelsås IL in Oslo.

Cross-country skiing results

All results are sourced from the International Ski Federation (FIS). [1]

Olympic Games

 Year  Age  5 km  10 km  15 km  Pursuit  20 km  30 km  4 × 5 km 
 relay 
1988 22 N/AN/A N/A Silver
1992 26 21 N/A 8 DNS N/A 9 Silver
1994 28 7 N/A 7 N/A 4 Silver
1998 32 8 N/A 6 11 N/A DNF

World Championships

 Year  Age  5 km  10 km 
 classical 
 10 km 
 freestyle 
 15 km  Pursuit  30 km  4 × 5 km 
 relay 
1989 23N/A1212N/A
1991 25GoldN/ASilverN/ABronze
1993 27BronzeN/AN/A1011Bronze
1995 2937N/AN/A91610
1997 319N/AN/A187Silver

World Cup

Season standings

 Season  Age 
OverallLong DistanceSprint
1986 2027N/AN/A
1987 2132N/AN/A
1988 2212N/AN/A
1989 2315N/AN/A
1990 24Bronze medal icon.svgN/AN/A
1991 256N/AN/A
1992 267N/AN/A
1993 276N/AN/A
1994 289N/AN/A
1995 2910N/AN/A
1996 3014N/AN/A
1997 319195
1998 328136

Individual podiums

  • 7 victories
  • 18 podiums
No.SeasonDateLocationRaceLevelPlace
1  1988–89  7 January 1989 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Kavgolovo, Soviet Union15 km Individual CWorld Cup3rd
2  1989–90  15 December 1989 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Thunder Bay, Canada15 km Individual CWorld Cup2nd
314 January 1990 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Moscow, Soviet Union7.5 km Individual CWorld Cup1st
425 February 1990 Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Bohinj, Yugoslavia10 km Individual CWorld Cup3rd
510 March 1990 Flag of Sweden.svg Örnsköldsvik, Sweden10 km Individual CWorld Cup1st
617 March 1990 Flag of Norway.svg Vang, Norway10 km + 10 km Pursuit C/FWorld Cup1st
7  1990–91  8 February 1991 Flag of Italy.svg Val di Fiemme, Italy15 km Individual CWorld Championships [1] 2nd
812 February 19915 km Individual CWorld Championships [1] 1st
9  1991–92  11 January 1992 Flag of Italy.svg Cogne, Italy30 km Individual FWorld Cup3rd
107 March 1992 Flag of Sweden.svg Funäsdalen, Sweden5 km Individual CWorld Cup2nd
11  1992–93  3 January 1993 Flag of Russia (1991-1993).svg Kavgolovo, Russia30 km Individual CWorld Cup3rd
1221 February 1993 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden5 km Individual CWorld Championships [1] 3rd
139 March 1993 Flag of Norway.svg Lillehammer, Norway5 km Individual CWorld Cup1st
14  1993–94  12 March 1994 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden10 km Individual FWorld Cup3rd
15  1994–95  27 November 1994 Flag of Sweden.svg Kiruna, Sweden5 km Individual CWorld Cup3rd
16 1996–97 18 December 1996 Flag of Germany.svg Oberstdorf, Germany10 km Individual CWorld Cup1st
1711 March 1997 Flag of Sweden.svg Sunne, Sweden 1.0 km Sprint FWorld Cup1st
18  1997–98  10 December 1997 Flag of Italy.svg Milan, Italy1.5 km Sprint FWorld Cup2nd

Team podiums

  • 9 victories – (9 RL)
  • 30 podiums – (28 RL, 2 TS)
No.SeasonDateLocationRaceLevelPlaceTeammate(s)
1 1984–85 10 March 1985 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden4 × 5 km RelayWorld Cup1st Nykkelmo / Dahlmo / Bøe
2  1985–86  1 March 1986 Flag of Finland.svg Lahti, Finland4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup2nd Myklebust / Skeime / Østvold
3 1986–87 19 March 1987 Flag of Norway.svg Oslo, Norway4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup1st Pettersen / Nybråten / Nykkelmo
4  1987–88  21 February 1988 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Calgary, Canada4 × 5 km Relay FOlympic Games [1] 2nd Wold / Jahren / Dahlmo
513 March 1988 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup1st Nybråten / Jahren / Dahlmo
6 1988–89 12 March 1989 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup1st Dahlmo / Jahren / Nybråten
7 1989–90 4 March 1990 Flag of Finland.svg Lahti, Finland4 × 5 km Relay FWorld Cup1st Pedersen / Nybråten / Jahren
8  1990–91  15 February 1991 Flag of Italy.svg Val di Fiemme, Italy4 × 5 km Relay C/FWorld Championships [1] 3rd Pedersen / Nybråten / Nilsen
910 March 1991 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup2nd Pedersen / Nybråten / Nilsen
1015 March 1991 Flag of Norway.svg Oslo, Norway4 × 5 km Relay C/FWorld Cup1st Nybråten / Pedersen / Nilsen
11  1991–92  18 February 1992 Flag of France.svg Albertville, France4 × 5 km Relay C/FOlympic Games [1] 2nd Pedersen / Nybråten / Nilsen
128 March 1992 Flag of Sweden.svg Funäsdalen, Sweden4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup1st Pedersen / Nybråten / Nilsen
13  1992–93  26 February 1993 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden4 × 5 km Relay C/FWorld Championships [1] 3rd Nybråten / Moen / Nilsen
14  1993–94  22 February 1994 Flag of Norway.svg Lillehammer, Norway4 × 5 km Relay C/FOlympic Games [1] 2nd Nybråten / Nilsen / Moen
154 March 1994 Flag of Finland.svg Lahti, Finland4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup1st Moen / Nybråten / Wold
1613 March 1994 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden4 × 5 km Relay FWorld Cup2nd Moen / Nybråten / Wold
17  1994–95  29 January 1995 Flag of Finland.svg Lahti, Finland4 × 5 km Relay FWorld Cup3rd Moen / Nilsen / Martinsen
187 February 1995 Flag of Norway.svg Hamar, Norway4 × 3 km Relay FWorld Cup2nd Moen / Nilsen / Martinsen
1926 March 1995 Flag of Japan.svg Sapporo, Japan4 × 5 km Relay C/FWorld Cup2nd Nybråten / Mikkelsplass / Nilsen
20  1995–96  14 January 1996 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Nové Město, Czech Republic4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup2nd Moen / Martinsen / Mikkelsplass
213 February 1996 Flag of Austria.svg Seefeld, Austria6 × 1.5 km Team Sprint FWorld Cup2nd Moen
2210 March 1996 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden4 × 5 km Relay C/FWorld Cup2nd Martinsen / Mikkelsplass / Moen
23  1996–97  23 November 1996 Flag of Sweden.svg Kiruna, Sweden4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup2nd Mikkelsplass / Moen / Martinsen
248 December 1996 Flag of Switzerland.svg Davos, Switzerland4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup1st Martinsen / Moen / Mikkelsplass
2519 January 1997 Flag of Finland.svg Lahti, Finland8 × 1.5 km Team Sprint FWorld Cup3rd Moen
2628 February 1997 Flag of Norway.svg Trondheim, Norway4 × 5 km Relay C/FWorld Championships [1] 2nd Martinsen / Mikkelsplass / Nilsen
279 March 1997 Flag of Sweden.svg Falun, Sweden4 × 5 km Relay C/FWorld Cup2nd Martinsen / Nilsen / Sorkmo
2816 March 1997 Flag of Norway.svg Oslo, Norway4 × 5 km Relay FWorld Cup2nd Moen / Nilsen / Mikkelsplass
29  1997–98  23 November 1997 Flag of Norway.svg Beitostølen, Norway4 × 5 km Relay CWorld Cup2nd Moen / Mikkelsplass / Martinsen
306 March 1998 Flag of Finland.svg Lahti, Finland4 × 5 km Relay C/FWorld Cup2nd Martinsen / Mikkelsplass / Nilsen

Note:1 Until the 1999 World Championships and the 1994 Olympics, World Championship and Olympic races were included in the World Cup scoring system.

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References

  1. "HARTZ DYBENDAHL Trude". FIS-Ski. International Ski Federation. Retrieved 14 December 2019.