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Start list for World Cup 2002 - Event 1

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Name: World Cup 2002 - Event 1
Organiser: Belgium
Date: 2 June 2002

Men

51 entered competitors
Bib numberPunching card numberNameOrganisationNationalityStart time
Tobias AnderssonSwedenSweden
Thomas AspSwedenSweden
Robert BanachPolandPoland
Thormod BergNorwayNorway
Grant BluettAustraliaAustralia
Felix BreitschadelAustriaAustria
Thomas BuhrerSwitzerlandSwitzerland
Roger Casal FernandezSpainSpain
Radovan CechCzech RepublicCzech Republic
Marian DavidikSlovakiaSlovakia
Troy De HaasAustraliaAustralia
Sergey DetkovRussian FederationRussian Federation
Gabor DomonyikHungaryHungary
Jon DuncanUnited KingdomGreat Britain
Wojciech DwojakPolandPoland
Roman EfimovRussian FederationRussian Federation
Matthias GilgienSwitzerlandSwitzerland
Nicolas GirschFranceFrance
Thierry GueorgiouFranceFrance
Mats HaldinFinlandFinland
Michal HoracekCzech RepublicCzech Republic
Holger HottNorwayNorway
Jarkko HuovilaFinlandFinland
Pasi IkonenFinlandFinland
Mattias Karlsson  Vagnis SwedenSweden
Olle KarnerEstoniaEstonia
Jani LakanenFinlandFinland
Frantisek LibantSlovakiaSlovakia
Johan NasmanSwedenSweden
Matthias NiggliSwitzerlandSwitzerland
Valentin NovikovRussian FederationRussian Federation
Rune OlsenDenmarkDenmark
Hans Gunnar OmdalNorwayNorway
Yuriy OmelchenkoUkraineUkraine
Fabien PasquasyBelgiumBelgium
Hakan PeterssonSwedenSweden
Janusz PorzyczPolandPoland
Tom QuayleAustraliaAustralia
Damien RenardFranceFrance
Rene RokkjaerDenmarkDenmark
Jorgen RostrupNorwayNorway
Janne SalmiFinlandFinland
Tore SandvikNorwayNorway
David ShepherdAustraliaAustralia
Jamie StevensonUnited KingdomGreat Britain
Michele TavernaroItalyItaly
Radek TichacekCzech RepublicCzech Republic
Bjornar ValstadNorwayNorway
Edgaras VoverisLithuaniaLithuania
Jozef WallnerSlovakiaSlovakia
Rob WalterAustraliaAustralia

Women

50 entered competitors
Bib numberPunching card numberNameOrganisationNationalityStart time
Jenni AdamsNew ZealandNew Zealand
Anu Akerman AnnusEstoniaEstonia
Jo AllisonAustraliaAustralia
Marianne AndersenNorwayNorway
Liisa AnttilaFinlandFinland
Helen BridleUnited KingdomGreat Britain
Dana BrozkovaCzech RepublicCzech Republic
Larisa ChemodanovaRussian FederationRussian Federation
Emma Claesson EngstrandSwedenSweden
Monika DeptaGermanyGermany
Zsuzsa FeyRomaniaRomania
Sara GemperleSwitzerlandSwitzerland
Anna Gornicka-AntonowiczPolandPoland
Anette GranstedtSwedenSweden
Anne Margrethe  Hausken NordbergNorwayNorway
Karin HellmanSwedenSweden
Sandy HottCanadaCanada
Regula HulligerSwitzerlandSwitzerland
Birgitte HusebyeNorwayNorway
Elisabeth IngvaldsenNorwayNorway
Jenny JohanssonSwedenSweden
Jenny JohnsonUnited KingdomGreat Britain
Allison JonesAustraliaAustralia
Heli JukkolaFinlandFinland
Minna KauppiFinlandFinland
Vroni Koenig-SalmiSwitzerlandSwitzerland
Tatyana KostilevaRussian FederationRussian Federation
Anne  Larsen Konring OlesenDenmarkDenmark
Tania LarsenNew ZealandNew Zealand
Zuzana MacuchovaCzech RepublicCzech Republic
Heather MonroUnited KingdomGreat Britain
Simone Niggli-LuderSwitzerlandSwitzerland
Karina NordrumNorwayNorway
Maria RantalaFinlandFinland
Tatyana RiabkinaRussian FederationRussian Federation
Karin SchmalfeldGermanyGermany
Katarina SmithCanadaCanada
Juliette SoulardFranceFrance
Hanne StaffNorwayNorway
Zdenka StaraCzech RepublicCzech Republic
Zuzana StehnovaCzech RepublicCzech Republic
Gunilla SvardSwedenSweden
Satu TahvonenFinlandFinland
Bohdana TerovaCzech RepublicCzech Republic
Elena VoroninaRussian FederationRussian Federation
Giedre VoverieneLithuaniaLithuania
Kathi WidlerSwitzerlandSwitzerland
Helen WinskillUnited KingdomGreat Britain
Brigitte WolfSwitzerlandSwitzerland
Hannah WoottonUnited KingdomGreat Britain

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