Anthony Evans

At the 1998 Nagano Olympics, Anthony Evans became Australia’s first cross country skier to represent his country at three Olympic Games, having previously competed at Albertville 1992 and Lillehammer 1994. In Albertville, he posted arguably his best Olympic result, finishing 37th out of a field of 110 skiers. He competed at two World Championships (1997 Trondheim, Norway and 1993 Falun, Sweden), with his best result being 36th in the 10km Classic in 1997.

Olympic Results

Nagano 1998 - Olympic Winter Games

10km Classic - Men
Final 31:12.7 66
Final Placing 66 / 97
15km Pursuit - Men
Final 1:15:07.4 55
Final Placing 55 / 87
30km Classic - Men
Final 1:45:26.3 51
Final Placing 51 / 75
50km - Men
Final 2:21:44.4 48
Final Placing 48 / 79

Lillehammer 1994 - Olympic Winter Games

10km Classic - Men
Final 27:09.9 51
Final Placing 51 / 88
15km Pursuit - Men
Final 1:08:22.9 57
Final Placing 57 / 76
50km - Men
Final 2:22:05.2 47
Final Placing 47 / 66

Albertville 1992 - Olympic Winter Games

10km - Men
Final 30:54.2 31
Final Placing 37 / 110
15km Pursuit - Men
Final 43:29.2 39
Final Placing 39 / 102
30km Classic - Men
Final 1:32:29.9 54
Final Placing 54 / 87
50km - Men
Final 2:15:46.9 34
Final Placing 34 / 73