2010–11 Biathlon World Cup – Mixed Relay

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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

The 2010–11 Biathlon World Cup – Mixed Relay will start at Sunday December 19, 2010 in Pokljuka and will finish Thursday March 3, 2011 in Khanty-Mansiysk at Biathlon World Championships 2011 event.

Competition format[edit]

The relay teams consist of four biathletes. Legs 1 and 2 are done by the women, legs 3 and 4 by the men. The women's legs are 6 km and men's legs are 7.5 km., Every athlete leg skied over three laps, with two shooting rounds; one prone, one standing. For every round of five targets there are eight bullets available, though the last three can only be single-loaded manually one at a time from spare round holders or bullets deposited by the competitor into trays or onto the mat at the firing line. If after eight bullets there are still misses, one 150 m penalty loop must be taken for each missed target remaining. The first-leg participants start all at the same time, and as in cross-country skiing relays, every athlete of a team must touch the team's next-leg participant to perform a valid changeover. On the first shooting stage of the first leg, the participant must shoot in the lane corresponding to their bib number (Bib #10 shoots at lane #10 regardless of position in race.), then for the remainder of the relay, the relay team shoots at the lane in the position they arrived (Arrive at the range in 5th place, you shoot at lane five.).

Medal winners[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Pokljuka
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 Sweden
Helena Ekholm
Anna Carin Zidek
Fredrik Lindström
Carl Johan Bergman
1:17:52.0
(0+1) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+2)
(0+0) (0+2)
(0+3) (0+2)
 Ukraine
Olena Pidhrushna
Vita Semerenko
Serhiy Semenov
Serguei Sednev
1:17:52.3
(0+2) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+2)
(0+1) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+1)
 France
Marie-Laure Brunet
Marie Dorin
Vincent Jay
Martin Fourcade
1:17:53.3
(0+0) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+1)
(0+3) (0+2)
(0+3) (0+0)
Presque Isle
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 Germany
Kathrin Hitzer
Magdalena Neuner
Alexander Wolf
Daniel Böhm
1:13:31.6
(0+0) (0+2)
(0+1) (0+1)
(0+2) (0+1)
(0+2) (0+2)
 France
Marie-Laure Brunet
Sophie Boilley
Vincent Jay
Alexis Boeuf
1:13:59.5
(0+0) (0+2)
(0+3) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+1) (0+0)
 Russia
Svetlana Sleptsova
Natalia Guseva
Ivan Tcherezov
Maxim Tchoudov
1:14:33.0
(0+1) (0+2)
(0+2) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+2)
(0+2) (0+3)
World Championships 2011
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 Norway
Tora Berger
Ann Kristin Flatland
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
Tarjei Bø
1:14:22.5
(0+1) (0+0)
(0+1) (0+1)
(0+2) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+1)
 Germany
Andrea Henkel
Magdalena Neuner
Arnd Peiffer
Michael Greis
1:14:45.4
(0+2) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+1) (0+2)
(0+2) (0+1)
 France
Marie-Laure Brunet
Marie Dorin
Alexis Boeuf
Martin Fourcade
1:15:38.7
(0+2) (0+2)
(0+0) (0+3)
(0+0) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+0)

Standings[edit]

# Name POK PRI WCH Total[1]
1  France 48 54 48 150
2  Germany 34 60 54 148
3  Sweden 60 38 43 141
4  Russia 43 48 38 129
5  Italy 38 43 40 121
6  Norway 29 31 60 120
7  Ukraine 54 30 34 118
8  Slovenia 40 40 25 105
9  United States 30 36 28 94
10  Finland 27 32 32 91
11  Poland 23 34 24 81
12  Slovakia 36 29 66
13  Belarus 32 31 63
14  Estonia 31 27 58
15  Canada 28 29 57
16  Czech Republic 22 30 52
17   Switzerland 19 26 45
17  Kazakhstan 26 19 45
19  Japan 24 20 44
20  China 21 21 42
21  Bulgaria 25 16 41
22  Romania 20 18 38
23  Austria 36 36
24  Latvia 23 23
25  Great Britain 22 22
26  Lithuania 17 17
27  South Korea 15 15

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