2010–11 Biathlon World Cup

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Biathlon World Cup
2010–11
Men

Overall | Individual | Sprint | Pursuit | Mass start | Relay

Mixed relay
Women

Overall | Individual | Sprint | Pursuit | Mass start | Relay

World Cup events

Östersund | Hochfilzen | Pokljuka | Oberhof | Ruhpolding
Antholz | Presque Isle | Fort Kent | Oslo

World Championships

World cup in Östersund

The 2010–11 Biathlon World Cup (BWC) was a multi-race tournament over a season of biathlon, organised by the International Biathlon Union. The season started on 29 November 2010 in Östersund, Sweden and ended 20 March 2011 in Holmenkollen, Norway.

Calendar[edit]

Below is the IBU World Cup calendar for the 2010–11 season.[1]

City Date Individual Sprint Pursuit Mass start Relay Mixed relay Details
Sweden Östersund 1–5 December details
Austria Hochfilzen 10–12 December details
Slovenia Pokljuka 16–19 December details
Germany Oberhof 5–9 January details
Germany Ruhpolding 12–16 January details
Italy Antholz-Anterselva 20–23 January details
United States Presque Isle 4–6 February details
United States Fort Kent 10–13 February details
Russia Khanty-Mansiysk 3–13 March World Championships
Norway Holmenkollen 17–20 March details
Total 4 10 7 5 4 3

Standings: Men[edit]

Overall[edit]

rank name points
    Tarjei Bø (NOR) 1110
2  Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) 1105
3  Martin Fourcade (FRA) 990

Individual[edit]

rank name points
    Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) 188
2  Tarjei Bø (NOR) 172
3  Martin Fourcade (FRA) 133

Sprint[edit]

rank name points
    Tarjei Bø (NOR) 393
2  Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) 369
3  Arnd Peiffer (GER) 333

Pursuit[edit]

rank name points
    Tarjei Bø (NOR) 334
2  Martin Fourcade (FRA) 320
3  Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) 304

Mass start[edit]

rank name points
    Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) 244
2  Martin Fourcade (FRA) 230
3  Tarjei Bø (NOR) 211

Relay[edit]

rank name points
1  Norway 216
2  Germany 199
3  Ukraine 163

Standings: Women[edit]

Overall[edit]

rank name points
    Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN) 1005
2  Andrea Henkel (GER) 972
3  Helena Ekholm (SWE) 971

Individual[edit]

rank name points
    Helena Ekholm (SWE) 173
2  Valj Semerenko (UKR) 159
3  Olga Zaitseva (RUS) 138

Sprint[edit]

rank name points
    Magdalena Neuner (GER) 404
2  Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN) 391
3  Tora Berger (NOR) 356

Pursuit[edit]

rank name points
    Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN) 343
2  Andrea Henkel (GER) 303
3  Helena Ekholm (SWE) 279

Mass start[edit]

rank name points
    Darya Domracheva (BLR) 236
2  Magdalena Neuner (GER) 228
3  Tora Berger (NOR) 206

Relay[edit]

rank name points
1  Germany 206
2  Sweden 190
3  Russia 177

Achievements[edit]

First World Cup career victory
  •  Kaisa Mäkäräinen (FIN), 27, in her 7th season — the WC 1 Sprint in Östersund; first podium was 2007–08 Sprint in Pokljuka
  •  Tarjei Boe (NOR), 22, in his 2nd season — the WC 2 Sprint in Hochfilzen; it also was his first podium
  •  Ann Kristin Flatland (NOR), 28, in her 8th season — the WC 4 Sprint in Oberhof; first podium was 2009–10 Sprint in Oberhof
  •  Anton Shipulin (RUS), 23, in his 3rd season — the WC 6 Sprint in Anholz; it also was his first podium
  •  Alexis Boeuf (FRA), 24, in his 4th season — the WC 7 Pursuit in Presque Isle; first podium was 2009–10 Individual in Antholz
  •  Andreas Birnbacher (GER), 29, in his 10th season — the WC 9 Sprint in Oslo; first podium was 2004–05 Sprint in Pokliuka
First World Cup podium
  •  Miriam Gössner (GER), 20, in her 2nd season — no. 2 in the WC 1 Sprint in Östersund
  •  Benjamin Weger (SUI), 21, in his 2nd season — no. 2 in the WC 3 Individual in Pokljuka
  •  Valj Semerenko (UKR), 25, in her 6th season — no. 3 in the WC 7 Sprint in Presque Isle
  •  Lukas Hofer (ITA), 21, in his 3rd season — no. 3 in the WCh Mass Start in Khanty-Mansiysk
Victory in this World Cup (all-time number of victories in parentheses)

Retirements[edit]

Following are notable biathletes who announced their retirement:

References[edit]

External links[edit]