Cross-country skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's 10 kilometre classical

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Women's 10 kilometre classical
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Laura Biathlon & Ski Complex
Dates 13 February
Competitors 76 from 39 nations
Winning time 28:17.8
Medalists
Gold medal    Poland
Silver medal    Sweden
Bronze medal    Norway
«2010 2018»
Cross-country skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
Distance
Classical   men   women
Skiathlon   men   women
Mass start   men   women
Relay   men   women
Sprint
Individual   men   women
Team   men   women

The women's 10 kilometre classical cross-country skiing competition at the 2014 Sochi Olympics took place on 13 February at Laura Biathlon & Ski Complex.[1] Justyna Kowalczyk of Poland won the race after taking a commanding lead early on, then never threatened. Swede Charlotte Kalla won her second silver medal of the 2014 Olympic Games, and Therese Johaug of Norway edged into third place to win the bronze medal.

Qualification[edit]

An athlete with a maximum of 100 FIS distance points (the A standard) will be allowed to compete in both or one of the event (sprint/distance). An athlete with a maximum 120 FIS sprint points will be allowed to compete in the sprint event and 10 km for women or 15 km for men provided their distance points do not exceed 300 FIS points. NOC's who do not have any athlete meeting the A standard can enter one competitor of each sex (known as the basic quota) in only 10 km classical event for women or 15 km classical event for men. They must have a maximum of 300 FIS distance points at the end of qualifying on January 20, 2014. The qualification period began in July 2012.[2]

Results[edit]

The race was started at 14:00.[3]

Rank Bib Name Country Time Deficit
1 43 Justyna Kowalczyk Poland 28:17.8
2 40 Charlotte Kalla Sweden 28:36.2 +18.4
3 46 Therese Johaug Norway 28:46.1 +28.3
4 37 Aino-Kaisa Saarinen Finland 28:48.1 +30.3
5 45 Marit Bjørgen Norway 28:51.2 +33.4
6 31 Stefanie Böhler Germany 29:04.3 +46.5
7 20 Natalia Zhukova Russia 29:15.5 +57.7
8 41 Kerttu Niskanen Finland 29:16.7 +58.9
9 42 Heidi Weng Norway 29:28.2 +1:10.4
10 39 Krista Lähteenmäki Finland 29:36.0 +1:18.2
11 38 Yuliya Chekaleva Russia 29:36.1 +1:18.3
12 23 Emma Wikén Sweden 29:38.9 +1:21.1
13 28 Olga Kuziukova Russia 29:41.9 +1:24.1
14 36 Anne Kyllönen Finland 29:52.8 +1:35.0
15 35 Masako Ishida Japan 29:55.7 +1:37.9
16 30 Sara Lindborg Sweden 29:56.2 +1:38.4
17 32 Julia Ivanova Russia 29:59.4 +1:41.6
18 26 Sadie Bjornsen United States 29:59.7 +1:41.9
19 44 Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Norway 30:01.6 +1:43.8
20 24 Anna Haag Sweden 30:04.5 +1:46.7
21 34 Eva Vrabcová-Nývltová Czech Republic 30:06.7 +1:48.9
22 27 Katerina Smutna Austria 30:13.6 +1:55.8
23 25 Nicole Fessel Germany 30:27.0 +2:09.2
24 21 Valentina Shevchenko Ukraine 30:33.0 +2:15.2
25 33 Katrin Zeller Germany 30:38.5 +2:20.7
26 53 Kornelia Kubińska Poland 30:43.5 +2:25.7
27 19 Célia Aymonier France 30:45.8 +2:28.0
28 14 Laura Orgué Spain 30:48.0 +2:30.2
29 29 Aurore Jéan France 31:01.0 +2:43.2
30 9 Tetyana Antypenko Ukraine 31:06.9 +2:49.1
31 22 Marina Piller Italy 31:07.6 +2:49.8
32 13 Sophie Caldwell United States 31:11.4 +2:53.6
33 17 Alenka Čebašek Slovenia 31:13.6 +2:55.8
34 50 Ida Sargent United States 31:15.1 +2:57.3
35 18 Holly Brooks United States 31:19.1 +3:01.3
36 5 Elena Kolomina Kazakhstan 31:20.1 +3:02.3
37 1 Li Hongxue China 31:20.7 +3:02.9
38 8 Nathalie Schwarz Austria 31:23.2 +3:05.4
39 11 Paulina Maciuszek Poland 31:25.8 +3:08.0
40 16 Elisa Brocard Italy 31:28.0 +3:10.2
41 15 Barbara Jezeršek Slovenia 31:40.0 +3:22.2
42 54 Brittany Webster Canada 31:41.0 +3:23.2
43 12 Alena Sannikova Belarus 31:42.2 +3:24.4
44 49 Daria Gaiazova Canada 31:47.0 +3:29.2
45 58 Triin Ojaste Estonia 31:54.3 +3:36.5
46 69 Anastassiya Slonova Kazakhstan 31:56.6 +3:38.8
47 4 Veronika Mayerhofer Austria 31:59.6 +3:41.8
48 48 Klara Moravcová Czech Republic 32:00.6 +3:42.8
49 47 Kateryna Grygorenko Ukraine 32:03.5 +3:45.7
50 3 Alena Procházková Slovakia 32:08.4 +3:50.6
51 52 Lee Chae-won South Korea 32:16.9 +3:59.1
52 2 Tatyana Ossipova Kazakhstan 32:20.1 +4:02.3
53 55 Man Dandan China 32:25.1 +4:07.3
54 61 Katja Višnar Slovenia 32:47.0 +4:29.2
55 6 Amanda Ammar Canada 32:48.8 +4:31.0
56 59 Kelime Çetinkaya Turkey 32:58.0 +4:40.2
57 51 Heidi Widmer Canada 33:01.9 +4:44.1
58 10 Marina Lisogor Ukraine 33:35.4 +5:17.6
59 56 Vedrana Malec Croatia 33:42.3 +5:24.5
60 7 Nika Razinger Slovenia 33:54.1 +5:36.3
61 68 Esther Bottomley Australia 34:30.1 +6:12.3
62 62 Timea Sara Romania 34:48.2 +6:30.4
63 60 Aimee Watson Australia 34:56.0 +6:38.2
64 70 Katya Galstyan Armenia 35:26.4 +7:08.6
65 66 Inga Dauškāne Latvia 36:13.1 +7:55.3
66 57 Rosamund Musgrave Great Britain 36:18.5 +8:00.7
67 64 Ingrida Ardišauskaitė Lithuania 36:52.1 +8:34.3
68 67 Mathilde-Amivi Petitjean Togo 37:26.7 +9:08.9
69 71 Ágnes Simon Hungary 38:36.7 +10:18.9
70 74 Otgontsetseg Chinbat Mongolia 38:43.1 +10:25.3
71 73 Alexandra Camenșcic Moldova 39:52.6 +11:34.8
72 63 Tanja Karišik Bosnia and Herzegovina 41:34.6 +13:16.8
73 65 Farzaneh Rezasoltani Iran 42:31.3 +14:13.5
74 75 Marija Kolaroska Macedonia 44:46.0 +16:28.2
75 72 Ivana Kovačević Serbia 45:21.3 +17:03.5
76 76 Angelica di Silvestri Dominica DNS

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