2012–13 Biathlon World Cup – Relay Men

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Biathlon World Cup
2012–13
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 | Holmenkollen | Sochi | Khanty-Mansiysk

World Championships

The 2012–13 Biathlon World Cup – Relay Men will start at Sunday December 9, 2012 in Hochfilzen and will finish Friday March 10, 2013 in Sochi. Defending titlist is French team.

Competition format[edit]

The relay teams consist of four biathletes, who each ski 7.5 kilometres (4.7 mi), each 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.).

2011–12 Top 3 Standings[edit]

Medal Country Points[1]
Gold:  France 198
Silver:  Norway 190
Bronze:  Russia 189

Medal winners[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Hochfilzen
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 Norway
Lars Helge Birkeland
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
Sjastad Vetle Christiansen
Henrik L'Abee Lund
1:17:55.2
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (1+0)
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+0)
 France
Vincent Jay
Jean-Guillaume Béatrix
Alexis Bœuf
Martin Fourcade
1:18:29.7
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (3+0)
(1+0) (1+0)
(1+0) (0+0)
 Russia
Anton Shipulin
Andrei Makoveev
Evgeny Ustyugov
Dmitry Malyshko
1:18:41.8
(0+0) (0+0)
(2+0) (3+0)
(0+0) (0+0)
(2+0) (2+0)
Oberhof
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 Russia
Alexey Volkov
Evgeniy Garanichev
Anton Shipulin
Dmitry Malyshko
1:20:35.7
(2+0) (1+0)
(0+0) (3+0)
(1+0) (2+0)
(2+0) (1+0)
 Norway
Henrik L'Abee Lund
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
Erlend Bjoentegaard
Emil Hegle Svendsen
1:20:44.1
(0+0) (3+1)
(0+0) (0+0)
(1+0) (1+0)
(0+0) (3+0)
 Germany
Simon Schempp
Erik Lesser
Arnd Peiffer
Florian Graf
1:21:15.0
(3+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+0)
(3+0) (1+0)
(2+0) (0+0)
Ruhpolding
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 France
Simon Fourcade
Jean-Guillaume Béatrix
Alexis Bœuf
Martin Fourcade
1:13:11.2
(0+0) (0+0)
(1+0) (1+0)
(0+0) (1+0)
(1+0) (0+0)
 Norway
Lars Helge Birkeland
Tarjei Bø
Henrik L'Abee Lund
Emil Hegle Svendsen
1:13:20.6
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (3+0)
(1+0) (0+0)
(1+0) (3+0)
 Austria
Simon Eder
Friedrich Pinter
Dominik Landertinger
Christoph Sumann
1:13:20.9
(0+0) (2+0)
(2+0) (1+0)
(0+0) (1+0)
(3+0) (0+0)
Antholtz
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 France
Simon Fourcade
Jean-Guillaume Béatrix
Alexis Bœuf
Martin Fourcade
1:13:26.0
(0+0) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+2)
(0+0) (0+1)
(0+2) (0+2)
 Russia
Anton Shipulin
Evgeny Ustyugov
Evgeniy Garanichev
Dmitry Malyshko
1:13:36.1
(0+2) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+3)
(0+0) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+2)
 Austria
Simon Eder
Christoph Sumann
Daniel Mesotitsch
Dominik Landertinger
1:14:44.5
(0+0) (0+2)
(0+1) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+1)
(0+0) (1+3)
World Championships 2013
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 Norway
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
Henrik L'Abee Lund
Tarjei Bø
Emil Hegle Svendsen
1:15:39.0
(0+1) (0+2)
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+1) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+1)
 France
Simon Fourcade
Jean-Guillaume Béatrix
Alexis Bœuf
Martin Fourcade
1:16:51.8
(0+0) (0+3)
(0+0) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+1)
(0+0) (0+2)
 Germany
Simon Schempp
Andreas Birnbacher
Arnd Peiffer
Erik Lesser
1:16:57.5
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (2+3)
Sochi
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 Russia
Anton Shipulin
Alexandr Loginov
Dmitry Malyshko
Evgeny Ustyugov
1:09:50.8
(1+0) (1+0)
(3+1) (1+0)
(0+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (0+0)
 Germany
Erik Lesser
Andreas Birnbacher
Arnd Peiffer
Benedikt Doll
1:10:29.1
(3+0) (0+0)
(1+0) (0+0)
(0+0) (1+0)
(2+0) (3+0)
 Czech Republic
Michal Šlesingr
Jaroslav Soukup
Vit Janov
Ondřej Moravec
1:10:33.7
(2+0) (2+0)
(3+0) (1+0)
(3+0) (1+0)
(0+0) (1+0)

Standings[edit]

# Name HOC OBE RUP ANT WCH SOC Total[2]
1  Russia 48 60 40 54 43 60 305
2  Norway 60 54 54 31 60 43 302
3  France 54 28 60 60 54 40 296
4  Germany 38 48 43 36 48 54 267
5  Austria 43 30 48 48 40 34 243
6  Czech Republic 40 34 28 38 38 48 226
7  Sweden 32 36 38 43 30 36 215
8  Ukraine 31 43 36 34 27 29 200
9  Italy 34 27 30 30 36 38 195
10  Slovakia 36 32 31 32 31 32 194
11  United States 24 40 27 29 29 31 180
12  Slovenia 23 38 34 27 28 30 180
13  Bulgaria 29 29 29 26 32 28 173
14  Belarus 27 31 32 28 26 27 171
15   Switzerland 30 26 24 40 23 143
16  Kazakhstan 26 24 22 22 21 25 140
17  Canada 28 26 25 34 26 139
18  Estonia 25 18 21 24 25 24 137
19  Japan 17 21 23 23 15 23 122
20  Romania 16 19 18 18 22 22 115
21  Latvia 21 23 20 19 21 104
22  Finland 22 25 25 20 92
23  Poland 18 22 19 20 13 92
24  Great Britain 19 20 16 17 18 90
25  China 17 21 24 62
26  Lithuania 20 15 16 51
27  Serbia 19 14 33
28  South Korea 17 17
29  Spain 12 12

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