2018–19 Biathlon IBU Cup

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2018–19 Biathlon IBU Cup

The 2018–19 Biathlon IBU Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season of biathlon, organised by the International Biathlon Union. IBU Cup is the second-rank competition in biathlon after the Biathlon World Cup. The season started on 26 November 2018 in Idre, Sweden and ended on 16 March 2019 in Martell-Val Martello, Italy. The defending overall champions from the 2017–18 Biathlon IBU Cup were Vetle Sjåstad Christiansen from Norway and Karolin Horchler from Germany.

Calendar[edit]

Below is the IBU Cup calendar for the 2018–19 season.[1]

Stage Location Date Individual Sprint Pursuit Mixed
relay
Single
mixed relay
Super
sprint
Mass
start 60
Details
1 Sweden Idre 26 November – 2 December ● ● details
2 Italy Ridnaun-Val Ridanna 10–16 December details
3 Austria Obertilliach 17–22 December details
4 Poland Duszniki-Zdrój 7–13 January ● ● details
5 Germany Arber 14–20 January details
6 Switzerland Lenzerheide 21–27 January details
EC Belarus Minsk-Raubichi 18–24 February European Championships
7 Estonia Otepää 25 February – 2 March details
8 Italy Martell-Val Martello 11–17 March ● ● details
Total: 52 (23 men's, 23 women's, 6 mixed) 3 12 5 3 3 2 1
Notes
  • All European Championships races included in the IBU Cup total score.
  • Super sprint races were included in the sprint total score.

IBU Cup podiums[edit]

Men[edit]

Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib
(After competition)
Res.
1 29 November 2018 Sweden Idre 10 km Sprint Russia Anton Babikov France Aristide Begue Germany Lucas Fratzscher Russia Anton Babikov Res.
1 December 2018 France Aristide Begue Germany Dominic Reiter Germany Justus Strelow France Aristide Begue Res.
2 December 2018 12.5 km Pursuit Germany Philipp Nawrath Russia Alexander Povarnitsyn France Martin Perrillat Bottonet Res.
2 15 December 2018 Italy Ridnaun-Val Ridanna 10 km Sprint Norway Johannes Dale Russia Anton Babikov Norway Sivert Guttorm Bakken Russia Anton Babikov Res.
16 December 2018 12.5 km Pursuit Norway Johannes Dale Russia Anton Babikov France Simon Fourcade Res.
3 19 December 2018 Austria Obertilliach 20 km Individual France Simon Fourcade Norway Sivert Guttorm Bakken Belarus Sergey Bocharnikov Norway Sivert Guttorm Bakken Res.
21 December 2018 Super Sprint Norway Sindre Pettersen Austria Lorenz Waeger Italy Daniele Cappellari Res.
22 December 2018 10 km Sprint Norway Sivert Guttorm Bakken Germany Lucas Fratzscher France Simon Fourcade Res.
4 12 January 2019 Poland Duszniki-Zdrój 10 km Sprint Russia Alexander Povarnitsyn Russia Nikita Porshnev Norway Johannes Dale Res.
13 January 2019 Germany Philipp Horn Russia Anton Babikov Czech Republic Adam Vaclavik Res.
5 17 January 2019 Germany Arber 15 km Individual
19 January 2019 10 km Sprint
20 January 2019 12.5 km Pursuit
6 24 January 2019 Switzerland Lenzerheide 10 km Sprint
26 January 2019 12.5 km Pursuit
EC 21 February 2019 Belarus Minsk-Raubichi 20 km Individual
23 February 2019 10 km Sprint
24 February 2019 12.5 km Pursuit
7 1 March 2019 Estonia Otepää Super Sprint
2 March 2019 10 km Sprint
8 14 March 2019 Italy Martell-Val Martello 10 km Sprint
16 March 2019
17 March 2019 Mass Start 60

Women[edit]

Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Yellow bib
(After competition)
Res.
1 29 November 2018 Sweden Idre 7.5 km Sprint Sweden Ingela Andersson Belarus Irina Kruchinkina Russia Anastasiia Morozova Sweden Ingela Andersson Res.
1 December 2018 Sweden Elisabeth Högberg Germany Nadine Horchler Ukraine Nadiia Bielkina Russia Anastasiia Morozova Res.
2 December 2018 10 km Pursuit Russia Svetlana Mironova Sweden Ingela Andersson Russia Anastasiia Morozova Sweden Ingela Andersson Res.
2 15 December 2018 Italy Ridnaun-Val Ridanna 7.5 km Sprint Russia Anastasiia Morozova Sweden Ingela Andersson Ukraine Nadiia Bielkina Russia Anastasiia Morozova Res.
16 December 2018 10 km Pursuit Russia Anastasiia Morozova Russia Victoria Slivko Russia Svetlana Mironova Res.
3 19 December 2018 Austria Obertilliach 15 km Individual France Caroline Colombo Germany Nadine Horchler Sweden Elisabeth Högberg Sweden Ingela Andersson Res.
21 December 2018 Super Sprint Sweden Felicia Lindqvist Sweden Elisabeth Högberg Norway Karoline Offigstad Knotten Res.
22 December 2018 7.5 km Sprint Canada Nadia Moser Russia Natalia Gerbulova Canada Megan Bankes Res.
4 12 January 2019 Poland Duszniki-Zdrój 7.5 km Sprint Russia Natalia Gerbulova Russia Victoria Slivko Russia Anastasiia Morozova Res.
13 January 2019 Russia Natalia Gerbulova Sweden Johanna Skottheim Ukraine Nadiia Bielkina Res.
5 17 January 2019 Germany Arber 12.5 km Individual
19 January 2019 7.5 km Sprint
20 January 2019 10 km Pursuit
6 24 January 2019 Switzerland Lenzerheide 7.5 km Sprint
26 January 2019 10 km Pursuit
EC 21 February 2019 Belarus Minsk-Raubichi 15 km Individual
23 February 2019 7.5 km Sprint
24 February 2019 10 km Pursuit
7 1 March 2019 Estonia Otepää Super Sprint
2 March 2019 7.5 km Sprint
8 14 March 2019 Italy Martell-Val Martello 7.5 km Sprint
16 March 2019
17 March 2019 Mass Start 60

Mixed[edit]

Stage Date Place Discipline Winner Second Third Res.
2 13 December 2018 Italy Ridnaun-Val Ridanna 2x6 km + 2x7.5 km Single Mixed Relay  Russia
Anastasiia Morozova
Sergey Korastylev
 Germany
Laura Dahlmeier
Roman Rees
 Ukraine
Yuliya Zhuravok
Vitaliy Trush
2x6 km + 2x7.5 km Mixed Relay  Russia
Irina Kazakevich
Svetlana Mironova
Yury Shopin
Anton Babikov
 Sweden
Johanna Skottheim
Elisabeth Högberg
Oskar Brandt
Simon Hallstroem
 Norway
Karoline Offigstad Knotten
Eline Grue
Vebjoern Soerum
Fredrik Gjessbakk
6 27 January 2019 Switzerland Lenzerheide 2x6 km + 2x7.5 km Single Mixed Relay
2x6 km + 2x7.5 km Mixed Relay
EC 20 February 2019 Belarus Minsk-Raubichi 2x6 km + 2x7.5 km Single Mixed Relay
2x6 km + 2x7.5 km Mixed Relay

Standings (men)[edit]

Standings (women)[edit]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia98421
2 Norway4149
3 Sweden3519
4 France3137
5 Germany2529
6 Canada1012
7 Belarus0112
8 Austria0101
9 Ukraine0044
10 Czech Republic0011
 Italy0011
Totals (11 nations)22222266

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