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1994 Winter Olympics torch relay

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Host cityLillehammer, Norway
Countries visitedGreece, Norway
Distance18,000 kilometres (11,000 mi)
Torch bearers6,916
Start dateNovember 27, 1993
End dateFebruary 12, 1994
Torch designerAndré Marandon and Paal Johan Kahrs
No. of torches350

The 1994 Winter Olympics torch relay was run from November 27, 1993 until February 12, 1994 prior to the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. The route covered around 18,000 kilometres (11,000 mi) and involved over 6,916 torchbearers. Prince Haakon lit the cauldron at the opening ceremony.[1] It is the sixth Winter torch relay (after 1972, 1976, 1980 and 1984) to have more than one route. On January 16, 1994, it traveled to the Arctic Circle.

Route in Greece

January 16
01. Olympia
January 27-29
Athens

Route in Europe

January 29
1. Athens
January 30
2. Stuttgart
January 31
3. Karlsruhe
February 1
4. Grefrath
5. Düsseldorf
February 2
6. Dortmund
February 3
7. Copenhagen
February 3
8. Hamburg
February 3
9. Helsinki
February 4
10. Stockholm
February 5
11. Oslo (merged with the flame from Morgedal)
February 6
12. Kongsvinger
February 7
13. Elverum
February 8
14. Trysil
February 9
15. Rena
February 10
16. Hamar
February 11
17. Sjusjøen
February 12
18. Lillehammer

Route in Norway

November 27
01. Morgedal
02. Kviteseid
November 28
03. Kongsberg
November 29
04. Drammen
December 1
05. Skien
December 2
06. Risør
December 3
07. Arendal
December 4
08. Kristiansand
December 5
09. Kvinesdal
December 6
010. Eigersund
December 7
011. Stavanger
December 8
012. Haugesund
December 9
013. Stord
December 11
013. Bergen
December 12
014. Voss
December 14
015. Gol
December 16
017. Hønefoss
December 17
018. Sogndal
December 18
019. Førde
December 19
020. Nordfjordeid
December 20
021. Ørsta
December 21
022. Ålesund
December 22
023. Molde
December 23
024. Kristiansund
December 24
025. Sunndalsøra
December 28
01. Oppdal
December 29
01. Løkken Verk
December 30
01. Beitstad
December 31
01. Tromsø
January 4
01. Kirkenes
January 5
01. Karasjok
January 6
01. Alta
January 10
01. Narvik
January 12
01. Sortland
January 13
01. Svolvær
January 14
01. Fauske
January 15
01. Bodø
January 16
01. Mo i Rana
January 17
01. Sandnessjøen
January 18
01. Terråk
January 19
01. Namsos
January 20
01. Steinkjer
January 21
01. Levanger
January 22
01. Trondheim
January 23
01. Støren
January 24
01. Røros
January 25
01. Tynset
January 29
01. Eidsvoll
January 30
01. Tønsberg
January 30
01. Lillestrøm
January 31
01. Mysen
February 1
80. Halden
February 2
80. Sarpsborg
February 3
80. Asker
February 4
80. Sandvika
February 5
80. Oslo (merged with the flame from Olympia)
February 6
80. Kongsvinger
February 7
80. Elverum
February 8
80. Trysil
February 9
80. Rena
February 10
80. Hamar
February 11
80. Sjusjøen
February 12
80. Lillehammer

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