Cross-country skiing at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Women's 10 kilometre freestyle

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Women's 10 kilometre freestyle
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Whistler Olympic Park
Dates 15 February
Competitors 78 from 36 nations
Winning time 24:58.4
Medalists
Gold medal    Sweden
Silver medal    Estonia
Bronze medal    Norway
«2006 2014»
Cross-country skiing at the 2010 Winter Olympics
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
Distance
10 km     women
15 km   men   women
30 km   men   women
50 km   men  
4 x 5 km relay     women
4 x 10 km relay   men  
Sprint
Individual   men   women
Team   men   women

The women's 10 kilometre freestyle cross-country skiing competition at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada was held on February 15 at Whistler Olympic Park in Whistler, British Columbia at 10:00 PST.[1]

Each skier starts at 30-second intervals, skiing the entire 10 kilometre course. Estonia's Kristina Šmigun-Vähi was the defending Olympic champion in this event though it was held in the classical style.[2] Aino-Kaisa Saarinen on Finland was the defending world champion though that event was also held in the classical style.[3] The final World Cup event in women's 10 km freestyle prior to the 2010 Games took place on February 5 at Canmore, Alberta and was won by Sweden's Charlotte Kalla.[4]

Šmigun-Vähi won silver in this event, Saarinen would finish 15th, and Kalla would win gold.[5] Kalla is the Sweden's first female individual gold medalist in cross-country skiing since Toini Gustafsson's 5 km win at Grenoble in 1968.

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Deficit
1 31 Charlotte Kalla Sweden 24:58.4 0.00
2 17 Kristina Šmigun-Vähi Estonia 25:05.0 +6.6
3 28 Marit Bjørgen Norway 25:14.3 +15.9
4 23 Anna Haag Sweden 25:19.3 +20.9
5 33 Justyna Kowalczyk Poland 25:20.1 +21.7
6 26 Riitta-Liisa Roponen Finland 25:24.3 +25.9
7 22 Yevgeniya Medvedeva Russia 25:26.5 +28.1
8 30 Kristin Størmer Steira Norway 25:50.5 +52.1
9 21 Valentina Shevchenko Ukraine 25:51.1 +52.7
10 16 Svetlana Malahova-Shishkina Kazakhstan 25:53.9 +55.5
11 27 Arianna Follis Italy 25:54.1 +55.7
12 18 Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle Germany 25:57.7 +59.3
12 19 Olga Zavyalova Russia 25:57.7 +59.3
14 34 Silvia Rupil Italy 25:58.5 +1:00.1
15 32 Aino-Kaisa Saarinen Finland 25:59.5 +1:01.1
16 14 Claudia Nystad Germany 25:59.8 +1:01.4
17 12 Sabina Valbusa Italy 26:05.8 +1:07.4
18 25 Marianna Longa Italy 26:06.2 +1:07.8
19 20 Natalya Korostelyova Russia 26:07.0 +1:08.6
20 29 Irina Khazova Russia 26:08.7 +1:10.3
21 44 Miriam Gössner Germany 26:14.8 +1:16.4
22 24 Vibeke Skofterud Norway 26:16.3 +1:17.9
23 7 Stefanie Böhler Germany 26:19.2 +1:20.8
24 8 Anna Olsson Sweden 26:23.1 +1:24.7
25 10 Kamila Rajdlová Czech Republic 26:26.2 +1:27.8
26 9 Karine Laurent Philippot France 26:27.9 +1:29.5
27 11 Elena Kolomina Kazakhstan 26:35.6 +1:37.2
28 47 Sylwia Jaskowiec Poland 26:37.2 +1:38.8
29 6 Britta Johansson Norgren Sweden 26:48.1 +1:49.7
30 55 Caitlin Compton United States 26:49.1 +1:50.7
31 13 Riikka Sarasoja Finland 26:50.2 +1:51.8
32 3 Ivana Janečková Czech Republic 26:51.3 +1:52.9
33 46 Vesna Fabjan Slovenia 26:51.6 +1:53.2
34 41 Morgan Arritola United States 27:04.4 +2:06.0
35 2 Li Hongxue China 27:05.7 +2:07.3
36 42 Tatjana Roshina Kazakhstan 27:06.6 +2:08.2
37 53 Maryna Antsybor Ukraine 27:07.4 +2:09.0
38 1 Laura Orgue Spain 27:09.4 +2:11.0
39 51 Kornelia Marek Poland 27:12.6 +2:14.2
40 37 Oxana Jatskaja Kazakhstan 27:16.3 +2:17.9
41 57 Barbara Jezeršek Slovenia 27:17.3 +2:18.9
42 50 Holly Brooks United States 27:17.6 +2:19.2
43 54 Monika Gyorgy Romania 27:19.5 +2:21.1
44 5 Alena Sannikova Belarus 27:21.3 +2:22.9
45 61 Paulina Maciuszek Poland 27:22.1 +2:23.7
46 48 Kateryna Grygorenko Ukraine 27:29.7 +2:31.3
47 36 Aurore Cuinet France 27:30.2 +2:31.8
48 40 Celia Bourgeois France 27:31.4 +2:33.0
49 15 Marthe Kristoffersen Norway 27:38.4 +2:40.0
50 39 Liz Stephen United States 27:41.1 +2:42.7
51 52 Madeleine Williams Canada 27:43.6 +2:45.2
52 58 Nobuko Fukuda Japan 27:47.7 +2:49.3
53 4 Krista Lähteenmäki Finland 27:49.4 +2:51.0
54 65 Lee Chae-Won South Korea 27:56.0 +2:57.6
55 38 Eva Nývltová Czech Republic 28:04.1 +3:05.7
56 35 Olga Vasiljonok Belarus 28:06.2 +3:07.8
57 56 Lada Nesterenko Ukraine 28:06.4 +3:08.0
58 49 Tatjana Mannima Estonia 28:13.0 +3:14.6
59 43 Ekaterina Rudakova Belarus 28:16.1 +3:17.7
60 64 Antonia Grigorova Bulgaria 28:27.7 +3:29.3
61 60 Michiko Kashiwabara Japan 28:32.0 +3:33.6
62 45 Laure Barthélémy France 28:43.9 +3:45.5
63 62 Katherine Calder New Zealand 28:50.9 +3:52.5
64 59 Irina Terentjeva Lithuania 28:52.2 +3:53.8
65 63 Li Xin China 29:38.5 +4:40.1
66 69 Teodora Malcheva Bulgaria 29:52.4 +4:54.0
67 67 Jaqueline Mourão Brazil 30:22.2 +5:23.8
68 68 Fiona Hughes Great Britain 30:29.8 +5:31.4
69 66 Kelime Çetinkaya Turkey 30:48.0 +5:49.6
70 72 Anete Brice Latvia 30:51.8 +5:53.4
71 77 Alexandra Camenscic Moldova 31:01.0 +6:02.6
72 71 Tanja Karisik Bosnia and Herzegovina 31:30.4 +6:32.0
73 73 Maria Danou Greece 32:14.6 +7:16.2
74 74 Erdene-Ochir Ochirsuren Mongolia 32:56.1 +7:57.7
75 75 Vera Viczián Hungary 33:45.8 +8:47.4
76 78 Kristine Khachatryan Armenia 34:17.5 +9:19.1
77 70 Rosana Kiroska Macedonia 34:45.8 +9:47.4
78 76 Belma Šmrković Serbia 35:47.4 +10:49.0

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