Biathlon World Championships 2011 – Men's sprint

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The men's sprint competition of the Biathlon World Championships 2011 were held on March 5, 2011 at 14:00 local time, 125 athletes participated.[1][2]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Name Country Penalties (P+S) Time Deficit
1st, gold medalist(s) 24 Arnd Peiffer  Germany 1 (0+1) 24:34.0 0.0
2nd, silver medalist(s) 67 Martin Fourcade  France 2 (2+0) 24:47.0 +13.0
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 39 Tarjei Bø  Norway 1 (1+0) 24:59.2 +25.2
4 79 Andrei Makoveev  Russia 0 (0+0) 25:04.0 +30.0
5 10 Emil Hegle Svendsen  Norway 2 (1+1) 25:04.4 +30.4
6 48 Andreas Birnbacher  Germany 1 (0+1) 25:05.8 +31.8
7 90 Christoph Stephan  Germany 1 (1+0) 25:08.8 +34.8
8 80 Edgars Piksons  Latvia 1 (1+0) 25:16.9 +42.9
9 36 Michael Greis  Germany 2 (1+1) 25:27.4 +53.4
10 97 Andriy Deryzemlya  Ukraine 1 (0+1) 25:28.9 +54.9
11 94 Fredrik Lindström  Sweden 1 (0+1) 25:31.5 +57.5
12 4 Michal Šlesingr  Czech Republic 1 (1+0) 25:32.9 +58.9
13 99 Simon Fourcade  France 1 (0+1) 25:33.2 +59.2
14 78 Lars Berger  Norway 2 (1+1) 25:37.7 +1:03.7
15 22 Klemen Bauer  Slovenia 2 (1+1) 25:37.8 +1:03.8
16 14 Lukas Hofer  Italy 3 (2+1) 25:38.4 +1:04.4
17 27 Simon Eder  Austria 1 (0+1) 25:38.7 +1:04.7
18 72 Markus Windisch  Italy 1 (1+0) 25:44.6 +1:10.6
19 62 Ivan Tcherezov  Russia 2 (1+1) 25:50.0 +1:16.0
20 71 Ilmārs Bricis  Latvia 1 (1+0) 25:50.3 +1:16.3
21 31 Christian de Lorenzi  Italy 1 (0+1) 25:54.9 +1:20.9
22 53 Ole Einar Bjørndalen  Norway 2 (0+2) 25:55.9 +1:21.9
23 35 Björn Ferry  Sweden 2 (1+1) 25:56.2 +1:22.2
24 30 Simon Hallenbarter   Switzerland 1 (0+1) 25:58.7 +1:24.7
25 12 Olexander Bilanenko  Ukraine 1 (0+1) 26:00.7 +1:26.7
26 108 Leif Nordgren  United States 1 (0+1) 26:03.0 +1:29.0
27 77 Christoph Sumann  Austria 2 (2+0) 26:03.2 +1:29.2
28 59 Serhiy Semenov  Ukraine 2 (2+0) 26:11.4 +1:37.4
29 66 Evgeny Ustyugov  Russia 2 (1+1) 26:12.4 +1:38.4
30 33 Alexsandr Chervyhkov  Kazakhstan 1 (0+1) 26:15.1 +1:41.1
31 3 Tim Burke  United States 3 (2+1) 26:15.2 +1:41.2
32 52 Lowell Bailey  United States 1 (0+1) 26:16.0 +1:42.0
33 46 Serguei Sednev  Ukraine 2 (0+2) 26:26.0 +1:52.0
34 87 Scott Perras  Canada 1 (0+1) 26:29.9 +1:55.9
35 102 Matthias Simmen   Switzerland 2 (0+2) 26:33.4 +1:59.4
36 49 Paavo Puurunen  Finland 2 (0+2) 26:36.8 +2:02.8
37 13 Anton Shipulin  Russia 3 (1+2) 26:36.9 +2:02.9
38 85 Daniel Mesotitsch  Austria 2 (1+1) 26:39.1 +2:05.1
39 34 Timo Antila  Finland 2 (1+1) 26:39.3 +2:05.3
40 95 Zdeněk Vítek  Czech Republic 2 (1+1) 26:39.6 +2:05.6
41 63 Janez Marič  Slovenia 3 (2+1) 26:40.1 +2:06.1
42 96 Jay Hakkinen  United States 1 (0+1) 26:49.8 +2:15.8
43 69 Indrek Tobreluts  Estonia 3 (1+2) 26:51.3 +2:17.3
44 20 Ren Long  China 2 (1+1) 26:52.0 +2:18.0
45 8 Vincent Jay  France 1 (0+1) 26:53.2 +2:19.2
46 65 Jean-Philippe Leguellec  Canada 3 (2+1) 26:53.4 +2:19.4
47 43 Carl Johan Bergman  Sweden 4 (0+4) 26:55.9 +2:21.9
48 32 Lee-Steve Jackson  United Kingdom 2 (1+1) 26:58.5 +2:24.5
49 109 Dominik Landertinger  Austria 3 (2+1) 27:01.2 +2:27.2
50 26 Michail Kletcherov  Bulgaria 2 (1+1) 27:02.1 +2:28.1
51 118 Magnús Jónsson  Sweden 3 (1+2) 27:04.8 +2:30.8
52 58 Benjamin Weger   Switzerland 2 (1+1) 27:07.5 +2:33.5
53 84 Rene Laurent Vuillermoz  Italy 4 (2+2) 27:07.6 +2:33.6
54 18 Hidenori Isa  Japan 3 (1+2) 27:09.2 +2:35.2
55 57 Junji Nagai  Japan 2 (0+2) 27:09.5 +2:35.5
56 89 Vasja Rupnik  Slovenia 3 (1+2) 27:10.7 +2:36.7
57 83 Marcel Laponder  United Kingdom 0 (0+0) 27:12.9 +2:38.9
58 101 Jarkko Kauppinen  Finland 2 (1+1) 27:18.2 +2:44.2
59 114 Vladimir Chepelin  Belarus 3 (1+2) 27:21.6 +2:47.6
60 44 Tomas Kaukėnas  Lithuania 2 (0+2) 27:22.4 +2:48.4
61 92 Kazuya Inomata  Japan 3 (1+2) 27:23.3 +2:49.3
62 112 Christian Stebler   Switzerland 5 (1+4) 27:25.3 +2:51.3
63 88 Vladimir Alenishko  Belarus 3 (0+3) 27:29.7 +2:55.7
64 86 Sergey Naumik  Kazakhstan 1 (0+1) 27:31.2 +2:57.2
65 98 Karol Dombrovski  Lithuania 1 (0+1) 27:31.5 +2:57.5
66 6 Andrejs Rastorgujevs  Latvia 4 (1+3) 27:39.8 +3:05.8
67 123 Nathan Smith  Canada 4 (1+3) 27:41.1 +3:07.1
68 60 Vladimir Iliev  Bulgaria 3 (1+2) 27:42.4 +3:08.4
69 64 Rustam Valiullin  Belarus 4 (2+2) 27:43.9 +3:09.9
70 42 Alexis Bœuf  France 4 (0+4) 27:44.0 +3:10.0
71 28 Kauri Koiv  Estonia 3 (0+3) 27:44.8 +3:10.8
72 25 Karolis Zlatkauskas  Lithuania 2 (1+1) 27:53.2 +3:19.2
72 40 Alexei Almoukov  Australia 3 (3+0) 27:53.2 +3:19.2
72 75 Pete Beyer  United Kingdom 1 (0+1) 27:53.2 +3:19.2
75 115 Lois Habert  France 4 (2+2) 27:56.8 +3:22.8
76 16 Jaroslav Soukup  Czech Republic 4 (2+2) 27:58.2 +3:24.2
77 110 Priit Narusk  Estonia 3 (1+2) 27:58.8 +3:24.8
78 5 Matej Kazár  Slovakia 5 (3+2) 27:59.2 +3:25.2
79 70 Li Zhonghai  China 3 (1+2) 28:05.1 +3:31.1
80 82 Martin Bogdanov  Bulgaria 3 (1+2) 28:08.6 +3:34.6
81 9 Milanko Petrović  Serbia 4 (2+2) 28:10.4 +3:36.4
82 54 Ondřej Moravec  Czech Republic 5 (1+4) 28:13.1 +3:39.1
83 107 Satoru Abe  Japan 4 (3+1) 28:14.7 +3:40.7
84 17 Krzysztof Plywaczyk  Poland 3 (1+2) 28:15.5 +3:41.5
85 55 Dias Keneshev  Kazakhstan 2 (0+2) 28:20.9 +3:46.9
86 11 Evgeny Abramenko  Belarus 4 (2+2) 28:21.2 +3:47.2
87 111 Ahti Toivanen  Finland 2 (0+2) 28:24.2 +3:50.2
88 120 Dušan Šimočko  Slovakia 4 (2+2) 28:26.5 +3:52.5
89 81 Lee Jung-Sik  South Korea 1 (0+1) 28:28.5 +3:54.5
90 91 Miroslav Matiaško  Slovakia 3 (1+2) 28:28.9 +3:54.9
91 37 Brendan Green  Canada 5 (3+2) 28:30.1 +3:56.1
92 21 Lee Su-young  South Korea 2 (0+2) 28:40.3 +4:06.3
93 61 Łukasz Szczurek  Poland 3 (2+1) 28:43.6 +4:09.6
94 116 Miroslav Kenanov  Bulgaria 2 (1+1) 28:47.8 +4:13.8
95 125 Toms Praulitis  Latvia 1 (1+0) 29:00.1 +4:26.1
96 73 Pavol Hurajt  Slovakia 5 (2+3) 29:05.3 +4:31.3
97 104 Mirosław Kobus  Poland 4 (1+3) 29:08.2 +4:34.2
98 122 Grzegorz Bril  Poland 3 (0+3) 29:10.9 +4:36.9
99 7 Roland Gerbacea  Romania 3 (0+3) 29:12.9 +4:38.9
100 41 Damir Rastić  Serbia 3 (1+2) 29:14.0 +4:40.0
101 121 Peter Dokl  Slovenia 4 (1+3) 29:14.9 +4:40.9
102 19 Øystein Slettemark  Greenland 4 (1+3) 29:15.7 +4:41.7
103 50 Jun Je-Uk  South Korea 4 (3+1) 29:24.4 +4:50.4
104 100 Priit Viks  Estonia 6 (3+3) 29:32.8 +4:58.8
105 103 Edin Hodžić  Serbia 3 (3+0) 29:40.2 +5:06.2
106 106 Alexandr Trifonov  Kazakhstan 2 (1+1) 29:43.8 +5:09.8
107 113 Aleksandr Lavrinovič  Lithuania 3 (2+1) 29:44.1 +5:10.1
108 2 Ahmet Ustuntas  Turkey 2 (0+2) 29:52.4 +5:18.4
109 15 Károly Gombos  Hungary 3 (1+2) 29:58.6 +5:24.6
110 124 Lee Kwang-ro  South Korea 3 (1+2) 30:02.2 +5:28.2
111 1 Zvonimir Tadejević  Croatia 2 (2+0) 30:09.5 +5:35.5
112 47 Nemanja Košarac  Bosnia and Herzegovina 5 (4+1) 30:20.3 +5:46.3
113 68 Aqqaluartaa Olsen  Greenland 7 (4+3) 30:27.1 +5:53.1
114 23 Victor Pînzaru  Moldova 4 (2+2) 30:37.0 +6:03.0
115 76 Remus Faur  Romania 2 (1+1) 30:37.1 +6:03.1
116 29 Darko Damjanovski  Macedonia 6 (3+3) 30:47.1 +6:13.1
117 56 István Muskatal  Hungary 4 (2+2) 31:05.5 +6:31.5
118 119 Simon Allanson  United Kingdom 6 (3+3) 31:07.9 +6:33.9
119 74 Gjorgji Icoski  Macedonia 4 (2+2) 31:08.2 +6:34.2
120 105 Kristian Kristoffersen  Greenland 4 (3+1) 31:19.1 +6:45.1
121 117 Nikola Jeremić  Serbia 3 (2+1) 31:35.5 +7:01.5
122 51 Dino Butković  Croatia 1 (0+1) 31:36.1 +7:02.1
123 45 Recep Efe  Turkey 4 (0+4) 31:52.2 +7:18.2
124 93 Tomislav Crnković  Croatia 4 (1+3) 33:06.6 +8:32.6
125 38 Stefan Lopatić  Bosnia and Herzegovina 8 (5+3) 35:08.6 +10:34.6

References[edit]

  1. ^ Start list Archived March 13, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Final results Archived 2011-07-07 at the Wayback Machine.