Biathlon at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Women's individual

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Women's biathlon individual
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Venue Cesana San Sicario
Dates February 13
Competitors 82 from 35 nations
Winning time 38:01.3
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Svetlana Ishmouratova  Russia
2nd, silver medalist(s) Martina Glagow  Germany
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Albina Akhatova  Russia
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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 Women's 15 kilometre individual biathlon competition at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy was held on 13 February, at Cesana San Sicario. Competitors raced over five loops of a 3.0 kilometre skiing course, shooting twenty times, ten prone and ten standing. Each miss resulted in one minute being added to a competitor's skiing time.[1]

Anna Bogaliy-Titovets won at this track at the pre-Olympic trial event in 2005, when she finished in a time of 50:47.9 with one penalty minute, while Andrea Henkel was the defending World and Olympic champion.[2] Henkel had not won a 15 km World Cup race apart from these two wins in the Championships, however,[3] and Sweden's Anna Carin Olofsson was the World Cup leader before the Games.[citation needed]

Olga Pyleva originally placed second in the race, but was found to be in violation of anti-doping rules when she tested positive for carphedon, and she was then disqualified.[4]

Results[edit]

Rank Name Country Ski Time Penalties Result Deficit
1st, gold medalist(s) Svetlana Ishmouratova  Russia 48:24.1 1 49:24.1
2nd, silver medalist(s) Martina Glagow  Germany 48:34.9 2 50:34.9 +1:10.8
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Albina Akhatova  Russia 48:55.0 2 50:55.0 +1:30.9
4 Andrea Henkel  Germany 49:46.3 2 51:46.3 +2:22.2
5 Krystyna Pałka  Poland 51:50.7 1 51:50.7 +2:26.6
6 Sandrine Bailly  France 48:58.2 3 51:58.2 +2:34.1
7 Olga Nazarova  Belarus 49:59.6 2 51:59.6 +2:35.5
8 Natalia Levtchenkova  Moldova 50:11.7 2 52:11.7 +2:47.6
9 Liv Grete Poirée  Norway 49:22.0 3 52:22.0 +2:57.9
10 Madara Liduma  Latvia 48:27.2 4 52:27.2 +3:03.1
11 Ekaterina Dafovska  Bulgaria 49:45.1 3 52:45.1 +3:21.0
12 Uschi Disl  Germany 47:49.7 5 52:49.7 +3:25.6
13 Tora Berger  Norway 50:53.4 2 52:53.4 +3:29.3
14 Olena Zubrilova  Belarus 51:55.6 1 52:55.6 +3:31.5
15 Anna Carin Olofsson  Sweden 47:55.8 5 52:55.8 +3:31.7
16 Kati Wilhelm  Germany 47:59.0 5 52:59.0 +3:34.9
17 Michela Ponza  Italy 51:01.4 2 53:01.4 +3:37.3
18 Teja Gregorin  Slovenia 50:03.7 3 53:03.7 +3:39.6
19 Éva Tófalvi  Romania 51:04.3 2 53:04.3 +3:40.2
20 Oksana Khvostenko  Ukraine 52:22.5 1 53:22.5 +3:58.4
21 Andreja Mali  Slovenia 52:46.0 1 53:46.0 +4:21.9
22 Marcela Pavkovcekova  Slovakia 50:52.8 3 53:52.8 +4:28.7
23 Liu Xianying  China 48:55.6 5 53:55.6 +4:31.5
24 Sylvie Becaert  France 51:59.0 2 53:59.0 +4:34.9
25 Kong Yingchao  China 51:03.5 3 54:03.5 +4:39.4
26 Florence Baverel-Robert  France 49:14.1 5 54:14.1 +4:50.0
27 Zina Kocher  Canada 51:18.8 3 54:18.8 +4:54.7
28 Irina Nikoultchina  Bulgaria 48:29.3 6 54:29.3 +5:05.2
29 Olena Petrova  Ukraine 51:35.6 3 54:35.6 +5:11.5
30 Dijana Grudiček  Slovenia 51:01.3 4 55:01.3 +5:37.2
31 Yin Qiao  China 51:06.2 4 55:06.2 +5:42.1
32 Tamami Tanaka  Japan 51:10.5 4 55:10.5 +5:46.4
33 Magdalena Gwizdon  Poland 51:17.5 4 55:17.5 +5:53.4
34 Martina Halinarova  Slovakia 51:17.7 4 55:17.7 +5:53.6
35 Anna Bogaliy  Russia 50:18.4 5 55:18.4 +5:54.3
36 Lilia Efremova  Ukraine 50:28.0 5 55:28.0 +6:03.9
37 Kanae Meguro  Japan 50:28.4 5 55:28.4 +6:04.3
38 Barbara Ertl  Italy 53:30.0 2 55:30.0 +6:05.9
39 Tadeja Brankovič  Slovenia 49:38.9 6 55:38.9 +6:14.8
40 Delphyne Peretto  France 52:40.5 3 55:40.5 +6:16.4
41 Rachel Steer  United States 52:48.3 3 55:48.3 +6:24.2
42 Sandra Keith  Canada 53:56.3 2 55:56.3 +6:32.2
43 Pavlina Filipova  Bulgaria 51:07.7 5 56:07.7 +6:43.6
44 Ekaterina Ivanova  Belarus 50:09.7 6 56:09.7 +6:45.6
45 Katerina Holubcova  Czech Republic 52:17.9 4 56:17.9 +6:53.8
46 Valj Semerenko  Ukraine 53:22.6 3 56:22.6 +6:58.5
47 Sona Mihokova  Slovakia 51:29.5 5 56:29.5 +7:05.4
48 Anzela Brice  Latvia 54:30.5 2 56:30.5 +7:06.4
49 Anna Lebedeva  Kazakhstan 52:46.5 4 56:46.5 +7:22.4
50 Linda Tjorhom  Norway 50:47.8 6 56:47.8 +7:23.7
51 Saskia Santer  Italy 50:52.1 6 56:52.1 +7:28.0
52 Nathalie Santer  Italy 51:08.4 6 57:08.4 +7:44.3
53 Zdenka Vejnarova  Czech Republic 51:14.3 6 57:14.3 +7:50.2
54 Nina Kadeva  Bulgaria 52:15.0 5 57:15.0 +7:50.9
55 Ikuyo Tsukidate  Japan 53:20.4 4 57:20.4 +7:56.3
56 Katarzyna Ponikwia  Poland 53:32.7 4 57:32.7 +8:08.6
57 Tracey Barnes  United States 56:58.0 1 57:58.0 +8:33.9
58 Hou Yuxia  China 49:35.7 9 58:35.7 +9:11.6
59 Jana Gerekova  Slovakia 53:37.2 5 58:37.2 +9:13.1
60 Gunn Margit Andreassen  Norway 53:04.3 6 59:04.3 +9:40.2
61 Magda Rezlerova  Czech Republic 53:18.0 6 59:18.0 +9:53.9
62 Sarah Konrad  United States 49:33.1 10 59:33.1 +10:09.0
63 Linda Savlaka  Latvia 56:44.3 3 59:44.3 +10:20.2
64 Lanny Barnes  United States 55:46.2 4 59:46.2 +10:22.1
65 Martine Albert  Canada 54:52.1 5 59:52.1 +10:28.0
66 Diana Rasimovičiūtė  Lithuania 52:04.4 8 60:04.4 +10:40.3
67 Irena Cesnekova  Norway 53:08.0 7 60:08.0 +10:43.9
68 Alexandra Rusu  Romania 55:13.7 5 60:13.7 +10:49.6
69 Tomomi Otaka  Japan 54:22.2 6 60:22.2 +10:58.1
70 Gerda Krumina  Latvia 56:26.1 4 60:26.1 +11:02.0
71 Magdalena Grzywa  Poland 53:41.3 7 60:41.3 +11:17.2
72 Dana Elena Plotogea  Romania 53:45.5 7 60:45.5 +11:21.4
73 Eveli Saue  Estonia 55:53.6 5 60:53.6 +11:29.5
74 Aleksandra Vasiljević  Bosnia and Herzegovina 60:11.8 1 61:11.8 +11:47.7
75 Mihaela Purdea  Romania 55:11.5 7 62:11.5 +12:47.4
76 Ksenia Zikounkova  Belarus 54:17.5 8 62:17.5 +12:53.4
77 Marie Pierre Parent  Canada 58:57.1 4 62:57.1 +13:33.0
78 Emma Fowler  Great Britain 56:38.9 7 63:38.9 +14:14.8
79 Petra Starčević  Croatia 58:49.6 8 66:49.6 +17:25.5
80 Zsofia Gottschall  Hungary 60:17.3 8 68:17.3 +18:53.2
81 Veronica Isbej  Chile 67:55.3 7 74:55.3 +25:31.2
DQ Olga Pyleva  Russia Disqualified

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Torino 2006 Official Report - Biathlon" (PDF). Torino Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. March 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-06-12. Retrieved September 10, 2009. 
  2. ^ (ed) Tore Johansen, Egil Svendsby Sportsboken 2005, pg. 225, Chr. Schibsteds Forlag 2005. ISBN 82-516-2168-2
  3. ^ PROFILE - ANDREA HENKEL (GER) Archived January 23, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. from biathlonworld.com, retrieved 19 January 2006
  4. ^ "Russian biathlete suspended 2 years after failed drug test". Associated Press. USA Today. February 17, 2006. Retrieved September 10, 2009.