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Athletes continue Dartmouth tradition at Winter Olympics

Posted 02/27/02

Seven outstanding athletes have written the latest chapter in the College's long history of association with the Olympic Games. During the recently completed XIX Olympic Winter in Salt Lake City, Utah, another two medals were won by Dartmouth Olympians, both in women's ice hockey.

The Big Green athletes competed in a range of winter sports, posting the overall results shown below. Nearly 160 Dartmouth women and men have now taken part in the winter and summer games as athletes, coaches or officials since 1908.

Three other Dartmouth athletes, who have overcome disabilities to excel in their sports, are scheduled to participate in the Paralympic Games coming up March 7-16, also in Salt Lake City.

XIX Olympic Winter Games, Salt Lake City
Results for current and former Dartmouth athletes

Medalists:

  • Cherie Piper '05, deferred (competing for Canada)
    • gold medal, women's ice hockey
  • Sarah Tueting '98
    • silver medal, women's ice hockey

Individual results:

  • Nina Kemppel '92
    • cross country skiing - 30th
    • women's 15K; 40th
    • women's 10K; 27th
    • women's 5K classical; 32nd
    • women's 5K free pursuit; 13th
    • women's 4x5K relay (with Barbara Jones '99); 15th
    • women's 30K
  • Barbara Jones '99
    • cross country skiing - 44th
    • women's 15K; 13th
    • women's 4x5K relay (with Nina Kemppel '92; 35th
    • women's 30K
  • Carl Swenson '92
    • cross country skiing - 58th
    • men's 30K; 5th
    • men's 4x10K relay; 31st
    • men's sprint
  • Scott Macartney '01
    • alpine skiing - 29th
    • men's downhill; 25th
    • men's super-giant slalom (Super G)
  • Bradley Wall '02 (competing for Australia)
    • Alpine skiing - 33rd
    • men's giant slalom

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