Biathlon at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Men's sprint

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Men's biathlon sprint
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Biathlon pictogram.svg
Pictogram for biathlon
Venue Cesana San Sicario
Dates February 14
Competitors 90 from 36 nations
Winning time 38:01.3
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Sven Fischer  Germany
2nd, silver medalist(s) Halvard Hanevold  Norway
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Frode Andresen  Norway
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Biathlon at the
2006 Winter Olympics
Biathlon pictogram.svg
Individual   men   women
Sprint   men   women
Pursuit   men   women
Mass start   men   women
Relay   men   women

The Men's 10 kilometre sprint biathlon competition at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy was held on 14 February, at Cesana San Sicario. Competitors raced over three loops of the 3.3 kilometre skiing course, shooting ten times, five prone and five standing. Each miss required a competitor to ski a 150-metre penalty loop.

Ole Einar Bjørndalen of Norway was the defending World and Olympic champion, but Germany's Michael Greis led the World Cup standings before the Torino Games, with three more Germans in the top six.[citation needed]

Results[edit]

Two Austrian athletes were disqualified after the IOC determined they had violated the Anti-Doping rules; Wolfgang Rottmann had originally placed 27th, while Wolfgang Perner had placed 4th.[1][2]

Rank Name Country Time Penalties Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) Sven Fischer  Germany 26:11.6 0 --
2nd, silver medalist(s) Halvard Hanevold  Norway 26:19.8 0 +8.2
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Frode Andresen  Norway 26:31.3 1 +19.7
4 Vincent Defrasne  France 26:54.2 1 +42.6
5 Ivan Tcherezov  Russia 27:09.0 0 +57.4
6 Ricco Groß  Germany 27:15.1 0 +1:03.5
7 Mattias Nilsson  Sweden 27:18.5 0 +1:06.9
8 Raphaël Poirée  France 27:19.0 1 +1:07.4
9 Maxim Tchoudov  Russia 27:20.5 0 +1:08.9
10 Zdeněk Vítek  Czech Republic 27:24.4 1 +1:12.8
11 Ole Einar Bjørndalen  Norway 27:25.5 3 +1:13.9
12 Ilmārs Bricis  Latvia 27:26.9 1 +1:15.3
13 Björn Ferry  Sweden 27:31.1 2 +1:19.5
14 Alexander Wolf  Germany 27:34.5 2 +1:22.9
15 Christoph Sumann  Austria 27:42.3 2 +1:30.7
16 Stian Eckhoff  Norway 27:48.0 2 +1:36.4
17 Zhang Chengye  China 27:50.9 3 +1:39.3
18 Julien Robert  France 27:54.1 0 +1:42.5
19 Tomasz Sikora  Poland 27:54.3 2 +1:42.7
20 Vitaliy Rudenchyk  Bulgaria 27:59.1 1 +1:47.5
21 Nikolay Kruglov, Jr.  Russia 28:05.2 1 +1:53.6
22 Wilfried Pallhuber  Italy 28:05.6 1 +1:54.0
23 Sergei Tchepikov  Russia 28:08.1 1 +1:56.5
24 Rustam Valiullin  Belarus 28:08.4 1 +1:56.8
25 Wieslaw Ziemianin  Poland 28:10.1 1 +1:58.5
26 Christian De Lorenzi  Italy 28:14.5 2 +2:02.9
27 Andriy Deryzemlya  Ukraine 28:15.2 2 +2:03.6
28 Oleg Ryzhenkov  Belarus 28:15.9 1 +2:04.3
29 Pavol Hurajt  Slovakia 28:17.8 1 +2:06.2
30 Sergei Novikov  Belarus 28:18.5 1 +2:06.9
31 Ferreol Cannard  France 28:19.7 1 +2:08.1
32 Ondřej Moravec  Czech Republic 28:20.3 1 +2:08.7
33 Michael Greis  Germany 28:22.9 3 +2:11.3
34 Olexander Bilanenko  Ukraine 28:26.6 0 +2:15.0
35 Tim Burke  United States 28:27.8 3 +2:16.2
36 Janez Marič  Slovenia 28:28.6 3 +2:17.0
37 David Ekholm  Sweden 28:33.3 1 +2:21.7
38 Hidenori Isa  Japan 28:37.1 1 +2:25.5
39 Rene Laurent Vuillermoz  Italy 28:46.7 4 +2:35.1
40 Indrek Tobreluts  Estonia 28:47.5 1 +2:35.9
41 David Leoni  Canada 28:50.4 1 +2:38.8
42 Roman Dostál  Czech Republic 28:50.6 3 +2:39.0
43 Matthias Simmen  Switzerland 28:56.3 3 +2:44.7
44 Ruslan Lysenko  Ukraine 28:56.6 2 +2:45.0
45 Paavo Puurunen  Finland 28:57.3 2 +2:45.7
46 Lowell Bailey  United States 29:02.0 3 +2:50.4
47 Tatsumi Kasahara  Japan 29:07.0 1 +2:55.4
48 Jānis Bērziņš  Latvia 29:09.9 1 +2:58.3
49 Raivis Zimelis  Latvia 29:11.4 2 +2:59.8
50 Robin Clegg  Canada 29:12.4 3 +3:00.8
51 Miroslav Matiaško  Slovakia 29:13.0 0 +3:01.4
52 Ludwig Gredler  Austria 29:17.6 4 +3:06.0
53 Carl Johan Bergman  Sweden 29:21.5 0 +3:09.9
54 Kristaps Libietis  Latvia 29:21.9 0 +3:10.3
55 Michal Šlesingr  Czech Republic 29:22.9 3 +3:11.3
56 Alexsandr Chervyhkov  Kazakhstan 29:27.1 2 +3:15.5
57 Matej Kazar  Slovakia 29:29.4 1 +3:17.8
58 Roland Lessing  Estonia 29:30.7 2 +3:19.1
59 Jean Philippe Leguellec  Canada 29:32.3 2 +3:20.7
60 Jeremy Teela  United States 29:32.7 4 +3:21.1
61 Vladimir Drachev  Belarus 29:48.3 3 +3:36.7
62 Daisuke Ebisawa  Japan 29:49.7 3 +3:38.1
63 Matjaž Poklukar  Slovenia 30:00.6 3 +3:49.0
64 Michal Piecha  Poland 30:01.6 2 +3:50.0
65 Simon Hallenbarter  Switzerland 30:05.7 5 +3:54.1
66 Sergio Bonaldi  Italy 30:06.7 3 +3:55.1
67 Grzegorz Bodziana  Poland 30:08.4 1 +3:56.8
68 Janez Osbolt  Slovenia 30:08.8 2 +3:57.2
69 Klemen Bauer  Slovenia 30:09.3 2 +3:57.7
70 Kyoji Suga  Japan 30:10.6 2 +3:59.0
71 Marek Matiasko  Slovakia 30:11.0 6 +3:59.4
72 Vyacheslav Derkach  Ukraine 30:15.8 2 +4:04.2
73 Dimitri Borovik  Estonia 30:31.6 4 +4:20.0
74 Imre Tagscherer  Hungary 30:38.1 3 +4:26.5
75 Janno Prants  Estonia 30:41.0 2 +4:29.4
76 Marian Blaj  Romania 30:44.4 4 +4:32.8
77 Tom Clemens  Great Britain 31:05.0 4 +4:53.4
78 Jay Hakkinen  United States 31:22.2 6 +5:10.6
79 Park Yoon Bae  South Korea 31:29.5 3 +5:17.9
80 Cameron Morton  Australia 32:07.4 4 +5:55.8
81 Mihail Gribusencov  Moldova 32:17.6 2 +6:06.0
82 Luis Alberto Hernando  Spain 32:26.0 4 +6:14.4
83 Stavros Christoforidis  Greece 32:48.3 3 +6:36.7
84 Miro Ćosić  Bosnia and Herzegovina 32:56.1 4 +6:44.5
85 Aleksandar Milenković  Serbia and Montenegro 33:17.7 6 +7:06.1
86 Sebastian Beltrame  Argentina 33:32.4 5 +7:20.8
87 Marco Zuniga  Chile 33:38.1 1 +7:26.5
88 Karolis Zlatkauskas  Lithuania 34:33.8 4 +8:22.2
99 - Wolfgang Perner  Austria Disqualified
99 - Wolfgang Rottman  Austria Disqualified

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Torino 2006: Six Austrian Athletes Declared Permanently Ineligible". International Olympic Committee. Retrieved August 28, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Torino 2006 Official Report - Biathlon" (PDF). Torino Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. March 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-06-12. Retrieved August 28, 2009.