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Greece at the 1992 Winter Olympics


Greece at the 1992 Winter Olympics

Greece at the Olympic Games

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IOC code  GRE
NOC Hellenic Olympic Committee
Website (Greek) (English)
At the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville
Competitors 8 (7 men, 1 woman) in 3 sports
Flag bearer Thomai Lefousi (alpine skiing)
Medals Gold
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games
Intercalated Games

Greece competed at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France.


  • Alpine skiing 1
  • Biathlon 2
  • Cross-country skiing 3
  • References 4

Alpine skiing

Athlete Event Race 1 Race 2 Total
Time Time Time Rank
Ioannis Kapraras Super-G 1:26.47 73
Thomas Lefousi 1:25.01 71
Ioannis Kapraras Giant Slalom DNF DNF
Thomas Lefousi 1:17.22 DNF DNF
Ioannis Kapraras Slalom DNF DNF
Thomas Lefousi DNF DNF
Athlete Event Race 1 Race 2 Total
Time Time Time Rank
Thomai Lefousi Super-G 1:37.61 42
Thomai Lefousi Giant Slalom DNF DNF
Thomai Lefousi Slalom 57.16 DNF DNF


Event Athlete Misses 1 Time Rank
10 km Sprint Thanasis Tsakiris 3 30:39.3 79
Event Athlete Time Misses Adjusted time 2 Rank
20 km Nikos Anastasiadis 1'18:45.5 7 1'25:45.5 92
Thanasis Tsakiris 1'00:37.2 2 1'02:37.2 42
1 A penalty loop of 150 metres had to be skied per missed target.
2 One minute added per missed target.

Cross-country skiing

Event Athlete Race
Time Rank
10 km
Nikos Anastasiadis 37:26.5 99
Dimitrios Tsourekas 37:15.6 98
Timoleon Tsourekas 36:26.9 91
Ioannis Mitroulas 35:25.4 84
15 km
Dimitrios Tsourekas 58:23.9 91
Timoleon Tsourekas 56:04.6 88
Nikos Anastasiadis 54:36.2 82
30 km
Nikos Anastasiadis DNF
Dimitrios Tsourekas 1'43:41.9 76
Ioannis Mitroulas 1'42:50.5 74
1 Starting delay based on 10 km results.
C = Classical style, F = Freestyle
Men's 4 x 10 km relay
Athletes Race
Time Rank
Dimitrios Tsourekas
Timoleon Tsourekas
Nikos Anastasiadis
Thanasis Tsakiris
2'05:46.4 16


  • Official Olympic Reports
  • Olympic Winter Games 1992, full results by

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