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Monaco at the 2006 Winter Olympics

Monaco at the Olympic Games

Flag of Monaco
IOC code  MON
NOC Comité Olympique Monégasque
Website www.comite-olympique.mc (French)
At the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin
Competitors 4 (3 men, 1 woman) in 2 sports
Flag bearer Patrice Servelle (opening)
Patrice Servelle (closing)[1][2]
Medals Gold
0
Silver
0
Bronze
0
Total
0
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games

Monaco competed at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. The team did not, for the first time since 1984, include Prince Albert of Monaco, who became the ruler of the Principality following the death of his father Rainier III.

Alpine skiing

Athlete Event Final
Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Total Rank
Alexandra Coletti Women's downhill n/a 2:01.34 31
Women's super-G n/a 1:37.02 41
Women's giant slalom Did not finish
Women's slalom 45.38 50.58 n/a 1:35.96 33
Women's combined Did not finish
Olivier Jenot Men's super-G n/a 1:37.03 48
Men's giant slalom Did not finish
Men's slalom 1:03.85 55.28 n/a 1:59.13 34

Note: In the men's combined, run 1 is the downhill, and runs 2 and 3 are the slalom. In the women's combined, run 1 and 2 are the slalom, and run 3 the downhill.

Bobsleigh

Despite the absence of Prince Albert, a bobsleigh team from Monaco competed.

Athlete Event Final
Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Total Rank
Jeremy Bottin
Patrice Servelle
Two-man 56.21 56.13 56.67 57.08 3:46.09 12

References

  1. ^ "Flagbearers for the Opening Ceremony". Retrieved 30 March 2009. 
  2. ^ "Flagbearers for the Closing Ceremony". Retrieved 30 March 2009. 
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