Biathlon World Championships 2003

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The 38th Biathlon World Championships were held in 2003 in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia.[1]

Men's results[edit]

20 km individual[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Halvard Hanevold  NOR
2nd Vesa Hietalahti  FIN
3rd Ricco Gross  GER

10 km sprint[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Ole Einar Bjørndalen  NOR
2nd Ricco Gross  GER
3rd Zdenek Vitek  CZE

12.5 km pursuit[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Ricco Gross  GER
2nd Halvard Hanevold  NOR
3rd Paavo Puurunen  FIN

15 km mass start[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Ole Einar Bjørndalen  NOR
2nd Sven Fischer  GER
3rd Raphaël Poirée  FRA

4 × 7.5 km relay[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Germany

Peter Sendel
Sven Fischer
Ricco Gross
Frank Luck

 GER
2nd Russia

Viktor Maigurov
Pavel Rostovtsev
Sergei Rozhkov
Sergei Tchepikov

 RUS
3rd Belarus

Alexei Aidarov
Vladimir Dratchev
Rustam Valiulin
Oleg Ryzhenkov

 BLR

Women's results[edit]

15 km individual[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Katerina Holubcova  CZE
2nd Olena Zubrilova  BLR
3rd Gunn Margit Andreassen  NOR

7.5 km sprint[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Sylvie Becaert  FRA
2nd Olena Petrova  UKR
3rd Katerina Holubcova  CZE

10 km pursuit[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Sandrine Bailly  FRA
1st Martina Glagow  GER
3rd Svetlana Ishmuratova  RUS

The photo finish could not separate the top duo.

12.5 km mass start[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Albina Akhatova  RUS
2nd Svetlana Ishmuratova  RUS
3rd Sandrine Bailly  FRA

4 × 6 km relay[edit]

Medal Name Nation Penalties Result
1st Russia

Albina Akhatova
Svetlana Ishmuratova
Galina Kukleva
Svetlana Tchernusova

 RUS
2nd Ukraine

Oksana Khvostenko
Irina Merkushina
Oksana Yakovleva
Olena Petrova

 UKR
3rd Germany

Simone Denkinger
Uschi Disl
Kati Wilhelm
Martina Glagow

 GER

Medal table[edit]

Place Nation 1st 2nd 3rd Total
1  Germany 3 2 2 7
2  Norway 3 1 1 5
3  Russia 2 2 1 5
4  France 2 0 2 4
5  Czech Republic 1 0 2 3
6  Ukraine 0 2 0 2
7  Belarus 0 1 1 2
8  Finland 0 1 1 2

References[edit]