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Susan Auch

Susan Auch
  • Born: 03/01/1966
  • Birthplace: Winnipeg, Manitoba

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • Competed in speed skating at five Olympic Winter Games
  • Her first Olympic experience was in short track in 1988, where in Calgary it was a demonstration sport. She won bronze there in the 3,000-metre relay
  • Switched to long track and dominated with six national sprint titles and two Olympic silver medals in the 500 metres

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1992 Albertville Olympic Winter GamesSpeed Skating - Long Track1,000m - Women - 17
1992 Albertville Olympic Winter GamesSpeed Skating - Long Track500m - Women - 6
1994 Lillehammer Olympic Winter GamesSpeed Skating - Long Track1,000m - Women - 8
1994 Lillehammer Olympic Winter GamesSpeed Skating - Long Track500m - Women - Silver
1998 Nagano Olympic Winter GamesSpeed Skating - Long Track1,000m - Women - 18
1998 Nagano Olympic Winter GamesSpeed Skating - Long Track500m - Women - Silver
2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Winter GamesSpeed Skating - Long Track1,000m - Women - 27
2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Winter GamesSpeed Skating - Long Track500m - Women - 21
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