Chandra Crawford


Chandra Crawford, médaillée d'or aux Jeux olympiques de Turin
photo : Getty Images

mercredi 22 février 2006
Sprint dames, 1.1 km, qualifications
1- Beckie Scott, Canada, 2m 12.45
2- Arianna Follis, Italie, 2m 12.90
3- Lina Andersson, Suède, 2m 13.29
8- Chandra Crawford, Canada, 2m 15.06
9- Sara Renner, Canada, 2m 15.06
34- Aurélie Perrillat, France, 2m 19.28
47- Émilie Vina, France, 2m 22.42
49- Amanda Ammar, Canada, 2m 22.78
55- Élodie Bourgeois Pin, France, 2m 24.77
il y avait 66 concurrentes ; les 30 premières passent en quart de finale
Tous les résultats des qualifications.

Sprint dames, 1.1 km, quart de finale, manche 1, 2m 16.6
1- Beckie Scott, Canada
2- Kikkan Randall, USA

Sprint dames, 1.1 km, quart de finale, manche 4 , 2m 14.3
1- Anna Dahlberg, Suède
2- Arianna Follis, Italie
4- Sara Renner, Canada

Sprint dames, 1.1 km, quart de finale, manche 5 , 2m 14.2
1- Chandra Crawford, Canada
2- Ella Gjomle, Norvège

Sprint dames, 1.1 km, demi-finale, manche 1 , 2m 15.5
1- Claudia Kuenzel, Allemagne
2- Beckie Scott, Canada

Sprint dames, 1.1 km, demi-finale, manche 2, 2m 13.4
1- Chandra Crawford, Canada
2- Alena Sidko, Russie


Chandra Crawford mène
photo : Getty Images

Sprint dames, 1.1 km, finale, manche A, 2m 12.3
1- Chandra Crawford, Canada
2- Claudia Kuenzel, Allemagne
3- Alena Sidko, Russie
4- Beckie Scott, Canada


Chandra Crawford
photo : Associated Press
cliquez sur la photo pour voir l'agrandissement

Sprint dames, 1.1 km, finale, manche B, 2m 18.1
1- Virpi Kuitunen, Finlande
2- Ella Gjomle, Norvège
3- Arianna Follis, Italie
4- Petra Majdic, Slovénie
Tous les résultats.

D'autres photos.

Lisez :
- Crawford en or, Scott 4e, Radio-Canada Sports
- La médaille de Chandra... et de Beckie, Manon Gilbert, Radio-Canada Sports

Luc Germain, l'entraîneur-chef de l'équipe du Québec, l'avait prédit ! Le 15 février il déclarait à Serge L'Heureux du Nouvelliste de Trois-Rivières : « Chandra Crawford pourrait remporter une médaille. Même si elle est jeune, Crawford a terminé troisième, la semaine dernière, en Coupe du monde »


photo : Ski de fond Canada

Née le 19 novembre 1983 à Canmore, Alberta.

Voici ce qu'on pouvait trouver à son sujet sur le site Ski de fond Canada, pardon, sur Cross Country Canada, en anglais seulement, évidemment, même si Chandra se débrouille assez bien en Français, juste avant les Jeux olympiques de Turin en février 2006 :

Born and raised in Canmore, Alta., Chandra was constantly presented with opportunities to take ski and hiking trips in the mountains. Her competitive spirit started early with competitions in running, swimming, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and biathlon. She raced biathlon for five years, but wanted to switch into cross-country skiing full-time at age 16 without moving from her home club. When the trials for the World Junior Cross-Country Ski Championships were hosted in her hometown, a surprise result became her ticket to the world of cross-country skiing. Chandra has committed to pursuing excellence in skiing since she won the sprint event at those trials in 2001. Following the World Juniors that year in Europe, Chandra made the Canadian Junior Team the next year and went on to wear Canada’s colours at two more World Junior Championships. Chandra has continued to improve in the national program, and enjoyed a brilliant rookie year on the Canadian Senior Team where she collected five international medals during the month of February.

When not skiing, Chandra enjoys photography, swimming in the river, and getting out in the mountains. Although almost all of her energy is focused on competing at the elite level in her sport, she always finds time to connect with the kids coming up in skiing, and volunteers with her local club as much as she can. When she retires from skiing around 2014 or so, Chandra plans to work on programs that will get kids more active time built into their school days, and continue to emphasize the value of sport in our society. Chandra would also enjoy working with high-performance athletes at some level when she is done her competitive career, but for now is focused on climbing the ladder of success in her sport.

Notable Results :
2005 - Canadian Championships, Prince George, B.C.: 1 (sprint)
2005 - World Championships, Oberstdorf, Germany: 46 (sprint)
2005 - World Cup, Nove Mesto, Czech Republic: 35 (sprint)
2005 - World Cup, Reit im Winkl, Germany: 36 (sprint)
2005 - FIS Race, Oberstdorf, Germany: 6 (sprint)
2004/05 - Undefeated in Canada (sprints)
2004 – Under-23 World Championships, Soldier Hollow, USA: 2 (sprint)
2004 – Under-23 World Championships, Soldier Hollow, USA: 3 (team relay)
2004 – SwissCom Cup, Marbach, Switzerland: 1 (sprint)
2004 – SwissCom Cup, Marbach, Switzerland: 1 (10 km free technique)
2004 – Opa Cup, Capracotta, Italy: 2 (sprint)
2003 - World Junior Championships, Solleftea, Sweden: 22 (sprint)
2003 – Canada Winter Games, Bathurst, N.B.: 1 (sprint)

2004-05 Results :
2005 – Canadian Championships, Prince George, B.C.: 1 (sprint)
2005 – Canadian Championships, Prince George, B.C.: 2 (double sprint)
2005 – Canadian Championships, Prince George, B.C.: 4 (5 km)
2005 – World Championships, Oberstdorf, Germany: 46 (sprint)
2005 – World Cup, Reit im Winkl, Germany: 36 (sprint)
2005 – World Cup, Nove Mesto, Czech Republic: 35 (sprint)
2005 – FIS Race, Oberstdorf, Germany: 6 (sprint)
2005 – FIS Race, Oberstdorf, Germany: 14 (double pursuit)
2005 – NorAm Cup, Canmore, Alta.: 5 (double pursuit)
2004 – Haywood Canada Cup, Mont Ste-Anne, Que.: 6 (10 km)
2004 – Haywood Canada Cup, Mont Ste-Anne, Que.: 6 (10 km)
2004 – Haywood Canada Cup, Mont Ste-Anne, Que.: 1 (sprint)
2004 – Haywood Canada Cup, Forêt Montmorency, Que.: 5 (15 km)
2004 – Haywood Canada Cup, Forêt Montmorency, Que.: 10 (5 km)
2004 – Haywood Canada Cup, Vernon, B.C.: 1 (sprint)
2004 – Haywood Canada Cup, Vernon, B.C.: 8 (double pursuit)
2004 – Haywood Canada Cup, Vernon, B.C.: 10 (10 km)

2010
- 18e en qualifications du sprint classique aux Jeux olympiques de Vancouver
- médaillée de bonze au sprint par équipe avec Dasha Gaïazova à la Coupe du monde de Dusseldorf en Allemagne les 4 et 5 décembre

2014
- 44e en qualifications du sprint aux Jeux olympiques de Sotchi
- Chandra Crawford annonce sa retraite, La Presse Canadienne, 27 mars



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