Cross-country skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's sprint

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Men's sprint
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
VenueLaura Biathlon & Ski Complex
Dates11 February
Competitors86 from 40 nations
Winning time3:38.39
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Ola Vigen Hattestad  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Teodor Peterson  Sweden
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Emil Jönsson  Sweden
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The men's freestyle sprint cross-country skiing competition in the free technique at the 2014 Sochi Olympics took place on 11 February at Laura Biathlon & Ski Complex.[1] Ola Vigen Hattestad won the gold medal.[2]

Qualification[edit]

An athlete with a maximum of 100 FIS distance points (the A standard) will be allowed to compete in both or one of the events (sprint/distance). An athlete with a maximum 120 FIS sprint points will be allowed to compete in the sprint event and 10 km for women or 15 km for men provided their distance points do not exceed 300 FIS points. NOC's who do not have any athlete meeting the A standard can enter one competitor of each sex (known as the basic quota) in only 10 km classical event for women or 15 km classical event for men. They must have a maximum of 300 FIS distance points at the end of qualifying on January 20, 2014. The qualification period began in July 2012.[3][4]

Results[edit]

Q — qualified for next round
LL — lucky loser
PF — photo finish

In November 2017, Alexei Petukhov was disqualified from the event.[5]

Qualifying[edit]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Time Deficit Note
1 1 Ola Vigen Hattestad  Norway 3:28.35 Q
2 5 Sergey Ustiugov  Russia 3:30.26 +1.91 Q
3 6 Federico Pellegrino  Italy 3:30.38 +2.03 Q
4 10 Anders Gløersen  Norway 3:30.41 +2.06 Q
5 9 Emil Jönsson  Sweden 3:30.77 +2.42 Q
6 20 Teodor Peterson  Sweden 3:31.43 +3.08 Q
7 8 Eirik Brandsdal  Norway 3:32.53 +4.18 Q
8 26 Bernhard Tritscher  Austria 3:32.60 +4.25 Q
9 18 Alexei Petukhov  Russia 3:32.67 +4.32 Q
10 17 Calle Halfvarsson  Sweden 3:33.11 +4.76 Q
11 13 Nikita Kriukov  Russia 3:34.04 +5.69 Q
12 4 Martti Jylhä  Finland 3:34.49 +6.14 Q
13 38 Dario Cologna  Switzerland 3:35.03 +6.68 Q
14 28 Renaud Jay  France 3:35.16 +6.81 Q
15 56 Marcus Hellner  Sweden 3:35.38 +7.03 Q
16 3 Petter Northug  Norway 3:35.44 +7.09 Q
17 11 Andrew Newell  United States 3:35.52 +7.17 Q
18 44 David Hofer  Italy 3:35.68 +7.33 Q
19 14 Alex Harvey  Canada 3:36.08 +7.73 Q
20 22 Anton Gafarov  Russia 3:36.10 +7.75 Q
21 15 Simi Hamilton  United States 3:36.12 +7.77 Q
22 36 Cyril Miranda  France 3:36.59 +8.24 Q
23 2 Jöri Kindschi  Switzerland 3:36.89 +8.54 Q
24 30 Harald Wurm  Austria 3:37.18 +8.83 Q
25 37 Ville Nousiainen  Finland 3:37.52 +9.17 Q
26 39 Sun Qinghai  China 3:37.71 +9.36 Q
27 27 Andrew Musgrave  Great Britain 3:37.75 +9.40 Q
28 19 Tim Tscharnke  Germany 3:37.75 +9.40 Q
29 35 Cyril Gaillard  France 3:37.86 +9.51 Q
30 25 Nikolay Chebotko  Kazakhstan 3:37.88 +9.53 Q
31 12 Josef Wenzl  Germany 3:38.10 +9.75
32 61 Thomas Bing  Germany 3:38.30 +9.95
33 52 Roman Ragozin  Kazakhstan 3:38.56 +10.21
34 24 Anssi Pentsinen  Finland 3:38.66 +10.31
35 16 Sebastian Eisenlauer  Germany 3:39.00 +10.65
36 32 Len Väljas  Canada 3:39.87 +11.52
37 42 Torin Koos  United States 3:40.27 +11.92
37 48 Dietmar Nöckler  Italy 3:40.27 +11.92
39 54 Erik Bjornsen  United States 3:40.39 +12.04
40 31 Baptiste Gros  France 3:40.54 +12.19
41 50 Dušan Kožíšek  Czech Republic 3:40.56 +12.21
42 49 Andrew Young  Great Britain 3:40.68 +12.33
43 43 Juho Mikkonen  Finland 3:40.72 +12.37
44 41 Enrico Nizzi  Italy 3:40.89 +12.54
45 33 Yuichi Onda  Japan 3:40.98 +12.63
46 55 Max Hauke  Austria 3:41.55 +13.20
47 7 Jovian Hediger  Switzerland 3:42.34 +13.99
48 58 Michail Semenov  Belarus 3:42.93 +14.58
49 29 Aleš Razym  Czech Republic 3:43.24 +14.89
50 62 Ruslan Perekhoda  Ukraine 3:43.61 +15.26
51 45 Raido Ränkel  Estonia 3:43.82 +15.47
52 34 Peeter Kümmel  Estonia 3:44.03 +15.68
53 51 Jesse Cockney  Canada 3:44.36 +16.01
54 64 Martin Møller  Denmark 3:44.38 +16.03
55 53 Phillip Bellingham  Australia 3:45.65 +17.30
56 40 Devon Kershaw  Canada 3:45.77 +17.42
57 63 Sebastian Gazurek  Poland 3:46.12 +17.77
58 46 Denis Volotka  Kazakhstan 3:46.92 +18.57
59 47 Siim Sellis  Estonia 3:48.06 +19.71
60 69 Imanol Rojo  Spain 3:48.44 +20.09
61 65 Arvis Liepiņš  Latvia 3:49.28 +20.93
62 77 Callum Smith  Great Britain 3:50.13 +21.78
63 78 Milanko Petrović  Serbia 3:50.20 +21.85
64 68 Andrey Gridin  Bulgaria 3:50.57 +22.22
65 71 Paul Constantin Pepene  Romania 3:51.54 +23.19
66 57 Peter Mlynár  Slovakia 3:51.76 +23.41
67 21 Maciej Staręga  Poland 3:51.84 +23.49
68 74 Florin Daniel Pripici  Romania 3:52.68 +24.33
69 75 Edi Dadić  Croatia 3:52.89 +24.54
70 73 Vytautas Strolia  Lithuania 3:55.48 +27.13
71 60 Jānis Paipals  Latvia 3:56.21 +27.86
72 72 Sævar Birgisson  Iceland 3:59.50 +31.15
73 67 Milán Szabó  Hungary 3:59.68 +31.33
74 80 Apostolos Angelis  Greece 4:01.87 +33.52
75 79 Sabahattin Oğlago  Turkey 4:02.03 +33.68
76 81 Rejhan Šmrković  Serbia 4:02.28 +33.93
77 83 Victor Pînzaru  Moldova 4:04.91 +36.56
78 86 Darko Damjanovski  Macedonia 4:08.56 +40.21
79 66 Kari Peters  Luxembourg 4:13.08 +44.73
80 82 Leandro Ribela  Brazil 4:21.12 +52.77
81 70 Oleksii Krasovskyi  Ukraine 4:35.08 +1:06.73
82 85 Mladen Plakalović  Bosnia and Herzegovina 4:40.64 +1:12.29
83 23 Roman Schaad  Switzerland 4:56.63 +1:28.28
84 84 Yonathan Fernandez  Chile 4:58.63 +1:30.28
85 76 Callum Watson  Australia 5:29.62 +2:01.27
59 Xu Wenlong  China DNF

Quarterfinals[edit]

Quarterfinal 1
Rank Seed Athlete Country Time Deficit Note
1 1 Ola Vigen Hattestad  Norway 3:37.99 Q
2 20 Anton Gafarov  Russia 3:38.52 +0.53 Q
3 11 Nikita Kriukov  Russia 3:39.10 +1.11 PF
4 10 Calle Halfvarsson  Sweden 3:39.13 +1.14 PF
5 30 Nikolay Chebotko  Kazakhstan 3:39.66 +1.67
6 21 Simi Hamilton  United States 3:39.83 +1.84
Quarterfinal 2
Rank Seed Athlete Country Time Deficit Note
1 4 Anders Gløersen  Norway 3:36.28 Q
2 7 Eirik Brandsdal  Norway 3:36.59 +0.31 Q
3 14 Renaud Jay  France 3:37.00 +0.72
4 17 Andrew Newell  United States 3:37.12 +0.84
5 24 Harald Wurm  Austria 3:38.32 +2.04
6 27 Andrew Musgrave  Great Britain 3:48.69 +12.41
Quarterfinal 3
Rank Seed Athlete Country Time Deficit Note
1 5 Emil Jönsson  Sweden 3:33.20 Q
2 6 Teodor Peterson  Sweden 3:33.34 +0.14 Q
3 15 Marcus Hellner  Sweden 3:33.62 +0.42 LL
4 17 Petter Northug  Norway 3:36.70 +3.50 LL
5 25 Ville Nousiainen  Finland 3:40.84 +7.64
6 26 Sun Qinghai  China 3:47.26 +14.06
Quarterfinal 4
Rank Seed Athlete Country Time Deficit Note
1 2 Sergey Ustiugov  Russia 3:36.14 Q
2 9 Alexei Petukhov  Russia 3:36.39 +0.25 Q
3 22 Cyril Miranda  France 3:37.57 +1.43
4 19 Alex Harvey  Canada 3:37.89 +1.75
5 12 Martti Jylhä  Finland 3:37.98 +1.84
6 29 Cyril Gaillard  France 3:40.77 +4.63
Quarterfinal 5
Rank Seed Athlete Country Time Deficit Note
1 3 Federico Pellegrino  Italy 3:43.97 Q, PF
2 8 Bernhard Tritscher  Austria 3:44.01 +0.04 Q, PF
3 18 David Hofer  Italy 3:44.87 +0.90
4 28 Tim Tscharnke  Germany 3:46.81 +2.84
5 23 Jöri Kindschi  Switzerland 3:47.94 +3.97
6 13 Dario Cologna  Switzerland 4:39.69 +55.72

Semifinals[edit]

Semifinal 1
Rank Seed Athlete Country Time Deficit Note
1 1 Ola Vigen Hattestad  Norway 3:36.33 Q
2 6 Teodor Peterson  Sweden 3:36.48 +0.15 Q
3 4 Anders Gløersen  Norway 3:36.95 +0.62 LL, PF
4 15 Marcus Hellner  Sweden 3:36.98 +0.65 LL, PF
5 7 Eirik Brandsdal  Norway 3:37.09 +0.76
6 20 Anton Gafarov  Russia 6:25.95 +2:49.62
Semifinal 2
Rank Seed Athlete Country Time Deficit Note
1 2 Sergey Ustiugov  Russia 3:37.37 Q, PF
2 5 Emil Jönsson  Sweden 3:37.43 +0.06 Q, PF
3 8 Bernhard Tritscher  Austria 3:37.64 +0.27
4 9 Alexei Petukhov  Russia 3:37.89 +0.52
5 16 Petter Northug  Norway 3:54.28 +16.91
6 3 Federico Pellegrino  Italy 3:55.99 +18.62

Final[edit]

The final was held at 17:40.[6]

Rank Seed Athlete Country Time Deficit Note
1st, gold medalist(s) 1 Ola Vigen Hattestad  Norway 3:38.39
2nd, silver medalist(s) 6 Teodor Peterson  Sweden 3:39.61 +1.22
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Emil Jönsson  Sweden 3:58.13 +19.74
4 4 Anders Gløersen  Norway 4:02.05 +23.66
5 2 Sergey Ustiugov  Russia 4:32.48 +54.09
6 15 Marcus Hellner  Sweden 5:24.31 +1:45.92

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cross-country Skiing Schedule and Results". SOOC. Retrieved 11 January 2014.
  2. ^ "Ola Vigen Hattestad wins sprint". ESPN. 11 February 2014. Retrieved 14 February 2014.
  3. ^ "Qualification Systems for XXII Olympic Winter Games, Sochi 2014" (PDF). International Ski Federation. December 2011. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-01-16. Retrieved 10 November 2012.
  4. ^ "Qualification Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-02-12. Retrieved 2014-02-11.
  5. ^ https://www.olympic.org/news/ioc-sanctions-four-russian-athletes-and-closes-one-case-as-part-of-oswald-commission-findings
  6. ^ "Final Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-02-12. Retrieved 2014-02-11.