Giochi e Medaglie

Giochi Risultati Sport Evento
Nagano 1998
Giochi Risultati Sport Evento
Nagano 1998
#21 Cross Country Skiing 5 kilometres, Classical
#23 Cross Country Skiing 5/10 kilometres Pursuit
#3
Cross Country Skiing 4 × 5 kilometres Relay
Lillehammer 1994
Giochi Risultati Sport Evento
Lillehammer 1994
#2
Cross Country Skiing 5 kilometres, Classical
#2
Cross Country Skiing 5/10 kilometres Pursuit
#1
Cross Country Skiing 15 kilometres, Freestyle
#1
Cross Country Skiing 30 kilometres Classical
#3
Cross Country Skiing 4 × 5 kilometres Relay
Albertville 1992
Giochi Risultati Sport Evento
Albertville 1992
#12 Cross Country Skiing 5 kilometres, Classical
#10 Cross Country Skiing 5/10 kilometres Pursuit
#6 Cross Country Skiing 30 kilometres Freestyle
#3
Cross Country Skiing 4 × 5 kilometres Relay
Calgary 1988
Giochi Risultati Sport Evento
Calgary 1988
#18 Cross Country Skiing 5 kilometres, Classical
#20 Cross Country Skiing 10 kilometres, Classical
#6 Cross Country Skiing 20 kilometres, Freestyle
Sarajevo 1984
Giochi Risultati Sport Evento
Sarajevo 1984
#=24 Cross Country Skiing 5 kilometres
#28 Cross Country Skiing 10 kilometres
#26 Cross Country Skiing 20 kilometres
#9 Cross Country Skiing 4 × 5 kilometres Relay

Manuela DI CENTA

Italia
Sci di Fondo
Altezza
164 cm / 5'5''
Peso
55 kg / 121 libbre
Data di nascita
31 gen 1963 Paluzza, Italy
Genere
Femmina

Numero di medaglie

7 Medaglie Olimpiche

Giochi Olimpici

5 Giochi Olimpici

Manuela DI CENTA: biografia

Italian cross-country skiier Manuela Di Centa competed at the 1992 Olympic Winter Games in Albertville for her first Olympic appearance, but she failed to win an individual skiing medal, although she helped her Italian team to a bronze in the relay. However, at Lillehammer in 1994 she uniquely won a medal in all five cross-country skiing events. To her gold medals in the 15 km. and 30 km. she added silver in the 5 km. and combined pursuit and a bronze in the relay. At Nagano in 1998, she was shut out of individual medals, but added a third consecutive bronze in the relay. Di Centa never won a title at the World Championships but she was World Cup champion in both 1994 and 1996. In 2003, Di Centa became the first Italian woman to climb Mount Everest.

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