Biathlon at the 2006 Winter Paralympics – Men's 7.5km

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Biathlon - Men's 7.5km
at the IX Paralympic Winter Games
Biathlon - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Venue Pragelato
Dates 14 March
2002
2010

Men's 7.5 km biathlon events at the 2006 Winter Paralympics were contested at Pragelato on 11 March.

There were 3 events. Standings were decided by applying a disability factor to the actual times achieved; for each missed shot the competitors had to execute one 150m penalty loop, which was included in the real time.

Visually impaired[edit]

The visually impaired event was won by Irek Mannanov, representing  Russia.[1]

Rank Name Country Real Time Factor Misses Finish Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Irek Mannanov  Russia 20:54.1 100 2 20:54.1
2nd, silver medalist(s) Vitaliy Lukyanenko  Ukraine 21:56.8 100 2 21:56.8
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Brian McKeever  Canada 22:59.4 100 7 22:59.4
4 Marian Balaz  Slovakia 23:56.1 98 3 23:27.4
5 Wilhelm Brem  Germany 28:00.3 85 6 23:48.3
6 Michael Bentele  Germany 28:17.3 85 4 24:02.7
7 Jarmo Ollanketo  Finland 25:27.9 98 3 24:57.4
8 Oleh Munts  Ukraine 29:27.9 85 7 25:02.7
9 Philippe Terral  France 26:00.3 98 4 25:29.1
10 Elie Zampin  France 26:45.9 100 7 26:45.9
11 Minoru Kobayashi  Japan 32:42.9 85 7 27:48.5
12 Hiroshi Kato  Japan 30:01.0 98 3 29:25.0
13 Franz Gatscher  Italy 31:43.9 98 8 31:05.8
14 Ivan Ivanov  Bulgaria 36:05.1 100 8 36:05.1

Sitting[edit]

The sitting event was won by Vladimir Kiselev, representing  Russia.[2]

Rank Name Country Real Time Factor Misses Finish Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Vladimir Kiselev  Russia 25:19.1 100 0 25:19.1
2nd, silver medalist(s) Iurii Kostiuk  Ukraine 28:22.8 91 2 25:49.5
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Sergiy Khyzhnyak  Ukraine 25:51.2 100 0 25:51.2
4 Irek Zaripov  Russia 26:04.9 100 0 26:04.9
5 Vladimir Gajdiciar  Slovakia 26:06.5 100 0 26:06.5
6 Taras Kryjanovski  Russia 26:41.4 98 2 26:09.3
7 Ruedi Weber  Switzerland 28:59.3 94 1 27:14.9
8 Mikhail Terentiev  Russia 31:50.4 86 3 27:22.9
9 Oliver Anthofer  Austria 29:17.5 94 4 27:32.0
10 Vladyslav Morozov  Ukraine 27:35.8 100 1 27:35.8
11 Sergej Shilov  Russia 32:35.9 86 4 28:02.1
12 Robert Wator  Poland 28:13.3 100 4 28:13.3
13 Bruno Huber  Switzerland 29:01.4 100 3 29:01.4
14 Hiroyuki Nagata  Japan 33:45.9 86 0 29:02.3
15 Aliaksandr Davidovich  Belarus 29:20.5 100 6 29:20.5
16 Michael Weymann  Germany 29:37.2 100 1 29:37.2
17 Leonid Musanov  Russia 36:37.6 86 4 31:29.9
Wieslaw Fiedor  Poland DNS

Standing[edit]

The standing event was won by Rustam Garifoullin, representing  Russia.[3]

Rank Name Country Real Time Factor Misses Finish Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Rustam Garifoullin  Russia 21:57.2 97 2 21:17.7
2nd, silver medalist(s) Josef Giesen  Germany 24:29.8 87 1 21:18.7
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Nils Erik Ulset  Norway 24:50.0 89 2 22:06.1
4 Valeriy Darovskikh  Russia 22:47.4 97 0 22:06.3
5 Thomas Oelsner  Germany 23:06.9 96 1 22:11.4
6 Michael Kurz  Austria 24:32.7 92 3 22:34.9
7 Siarhei Silchanka  Belarus 23:43.0 97 4 23:00.3
8 Harald Thauer  Germany 24:11.4 96 2 23:13.3
9 Yannick Bourseaux  France 24:20.3 96 3 23:21.9
10 Emmanuel Lacroix  France 24:05.4 97 2 23:22.0
11 Konstantin Yanchuk  Russia 27:01.0 87 4 23:30.3
12 Alfis Makamedinov  Russia 25:51.4 91 1 23:31.8
13 Franck Paget  France 25:34.9 96 3 24:33.5
14 Hiroshi Denda  Japan 25:26.9 97 1 24:41.1
15 Oleg Balukhto  Russia 25:46.5 96 5 24:44.7
16 Daniele Stefanoni  Italy 26:42.6 96 2 25:38.5
17 Kalervo Pieksaemaeki  Finland 26:43.3 96 2 25:39.1
18 James Kenneth Millar  Australia 27:18.9 97 3 26:29.8
19 Pascal Schrofer  Switzerland 27:26.0 97 4 26:36.6
20 Daniel Perkins  United States 29:46.1 96 8 28:34.6
21 Oleg Syssolyatin  Kazakhstan 40:34.3 96 6 38:57.0
Jan Kolodziej  Poland DNS

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Biathlon: Men's 7.5 km: Visually impaired". International Paralympic Committee (IPC). Retrieved 10 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "Biathlon: Men's 7.5 km: Sitting". International Paralympic Committee (IPC). Retrieved 10 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Biathlon: Men's 7.5 km: Standing". International Paralympic Committee (IPC). Retrieved 10 October 2012.