2010–11 Biathlon World Cup – Mass start Men

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Biathlon World Cup
2010–11
Men

Overall | Individual | Sprint | Pursuit | Mass start | Relay | Nation

Mixed relay
Women

Overall | Individual | Sprint | Pursuit | Mass start | Relay | Nation

World Cup locations

Östersund | Hochfilzen | Pokljuka | Oberhof | Ruhpolding
Antholz-Anterselva | Presque Isle | Fort Kent | Holmenkollen

World Championships

The 2010–11 Biathlon World Cup – Mass start Men was to start on January 9, 2011 in Oberhof. Defending titlist is Evgeny Ustyugov of Russia.

Competition format[edit]

In the mass start, all biathletes start at the same time and the first across the finish line wins. In this 15.0 kilometres (9.3 mi) competition, the distance is skied over five laps; there are four bouts of shooting (two prone, two standing, in that order) with the first shooting bout being at the lane corresponding to your bib (Bib #10 shoots at lane #10 regardless of position in race.) with rest of the shooting bouts being at the lane in the position they arrived (Arrive at the lane in fifth place, you shoot at lane five.). As in sprint races, competitors must ski one 150 m penalty loop for each miss. Here again, to avoid unwanted congestion, World Cup Mass starts are held with only the 30 top ranking athletes on the start line (half that of the Pursuit as here all contestants start simultaneously).

2009–10 Top 3 Standings[edit]

Medal Athlete Points[1]
Gold: Russia Evgeny Ustyugov 197
Silver: Norway Emil Hegle Svendsen 163
Bronze: Germany Arnd Peiffer 161

Medal winners[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Oberhof
details
Tarjei Bø
 Norway
39:51.3
(0+1+0+1)
Emil Hegle Svendsen
 Norway
39:53.7
(1+0+2+0)
Ivan Tcherezov
 Russia
39:55.4
(0+0+1+1)
Antholz-Anterselva
details
Martin Fourcade
 France
35:33.4
(0+0+1+0)
Björn Ferry
 Sweden
35:50.6
(0+0+1+1)
Anton Shipulin
 Russia
35:51.0
(1+1+0+0)
Fort Kent
details
Martin Fourcade
 France
39:48.9
(0+0+2+0)
Tomasz Sikora
 Poland
39:52.0
(0+0+0+0)
Tarjei Bø
 Norway
39:53.6
(0+0+1+1)
World Championships
details
Emil Hegle Svendsen
 Norway
38:42.7
(0+0+0+1)
Evgeny Ustyugov
 Russia
38:47.7
(0+0+0+0)
Lukas Hofer
 Italy
38:57.0
(0+0+0+1)
Oslo
details
Emil Hegle Svendsen
 Norway
39:07.6
(0+1+1+0)
Evgeny Ustyugov
 Russia
39:08.0
(0+0+0+1)
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
 Norway
39:17.6
(0+1+0+0)

Standings[edit]

# Name OBE ANT FRK WCH OSL Total[2]
    Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) 54 32 38 60 60 244
2  Martin Fourcade (FRA) 43 60 60 31 36 230
3  Tarjei Bø (NOR) 60 26 48 43 34 211
4  Evgeny Ustyugov (RUS) 28 13 54 54 149
5  Lukas Hofer (ITA) 22 22 34 48 22 148
6  Arnd Peiffer (GER) 29 40 34 40 143
7  Ole Einar Bjørndalen (NOR) 20 36 38 48 142
8  Ivan Tcherezov (RUS) 48 29 40 23 140
9  Christoph Sumann (AUT) 17 25 24 29 43 138
10  Björn Ferry (SWE) 31 54 14 38 137
11  Michael Greis (GER) 40 38 21 30 129
12  Michal Šlesingr (CZE) 34 30 28 15 13 120
13  Simon Eder (AUT) 32 34 32 19 117
14  Andrei Makoveev (RUS) 38 22 36 20 116
15  Fredrik Lindström (SWE) 18 36 30 26 110
16  Serguei Sednev (UKR) 15 28 31 16 15 105
17  Vincent Jay (FRA) 26 31 17 28 102
18  Carl Johan Bergman (SWE) 25 23 29 12 12 101
19  Andreas Birnbacher (GER) 27 43 25 95
20  Daniel Mesotitsch (AUT) 24 43 27 94
21  Christoph Stephan (GER) 14 27 17 32 90
22  Anton Shipulin (RUS) 14 48 17 79
23  Tomasz Sikora (POL) 24 54 78
24  Alexis Bœuf (FRA) 23 21 18 16 78
25  Alexander Os (NOR) 13 40 21 74
26  Christian De Lorenzi (ITA) 20 19 18 14 71
27  Maxim Tchoudov (RUS) 36 11 11 11 69
28  Lars Berger (NOR) 12 27 25 64
29  Jakov Fak (SLO) 19 17 25 61
30  Markus Windisch (ITA) 27 15 13 55
31  Lowell Bailey (USA) 19 32 51
32  Maxim Maksimov (RUS) 23 23 46
33  Klemen Bauer (SLO) 16 22 38
34  Lois Habert (FRA) 18 14 32
35  Florian Graf (GER) 31 31
36  Dominik Landertinger (AUT) 30 30
36  Daniel Böhm (GER) 30 30
38  Serhiy Semenov (UKR) 19 11 30
39  Alexander Wolf (GER) 29 29
40  Andriy Deryzemlya (UKR) 28 28
41  Krasimir Anev (BUL) 12 15 27
42  Jaroslav Soukup (CZE) 26 26
42  Simon Fourcade (FRA) 26 26
44  Leif Nordgren (USA) 24 24
44  Tobias Eberhard (AUT) 24 24
46  Benjamin Weger (SUI) 11 13 24
47  Rune Brattsveen (NOR) 21 21
47  Jean-Philippe Leguellec (CAN) 21 21
49  Jean-Guillaume Béatrix (FRA) 20 20
49  Edgars Piksons (LAT) 20 20
51  Pavol Hurajt (SVK) 18 18
52  Evgeniy Garanichev (RUS) 17 17
53  Brendan Green (CAN) 16 16
54  Julian Eberhard (AUT) 12 12

References[edit]