Cross-country skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's 15 kilometre skiathlon

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Women's 15 kilometre skiathlon
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg
Venue Laura Biathlon & Ski Complex
Dates 8 February 2014
Competitors 61 from 24 nations
Winning time 38:33.6
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Marit Bjørgen  Norway
2nd, silver medalist(s) Charlotte Kalla  Sweden
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Heidi Weng  Norway
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The women's 15 kilometre skiathlon cross-country skiing competition at the 2014 Sochi Olympics took place at 14:00 (MSK) on 8 February 2014 at Laura Biathlon & Ski Complex.[1]

The defending champion was Marit Bjørgen from Norway, who also became the 2014 Olympic champion. The 2010 silver medalist Anna Haag did not participate, and the 2010 bronze medalist, Justyna Kowalczyk, finished sixth. Charlotte Kalla from Sweden became the silver medalist, and Heidi Weng from Norway took bronze.

A large group of skiers kept together at the classical part of the course, but in the free skiing part soon a group of five skiers took the lead. The group included Bjørgen, Kalla, Weng, Therese Johaug, and Aino-Kaisa Saarinen. Shortly before the finish, Kalla escaped but was overtaken by Bjørgen at the finish line.[2]

Qualification[edit]

An athlete with a maximum of 100 FIS distance points (the A standard) was allowed to compete in both or one of the event (sprint/distance). An athlete with a maximum 120 FIS sprint points was allowed to compete in the sprint event and 10 km for women or 15 km for men provided their distance points did not exceed 300 FIS points. NOC's who do not have any athlete meeting the A standard could 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 had a maximum of 300 FIS distance points at the end of qualifying on 20 January 2014. The qualification period began in July 2012.[3]

Competition schedule[edit]

All times are (UTC+4).

Date Time Event
8 February 14:00 Final

Results[edit]

The race was started at 14:00.[4]

Rank Bib Name Country 7.5 km C Rank Pitstop 7.5 km F Rank Finish time Deficit
1st, gold medalist(s) 2 Marit Bjørgen  Norway 19:10.6 1 35.1 18:47.9 1 38:33.6
2nd, silver medalist(s) 6 Charlotte Kalla  Sweden 19:11.6 3 33.5 18:50.3 2 38:35.4 +1.8
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 4 Heidi Weng  Norway 19:12.0 4 33.7 19:01.1 4 38:46.8 +13.2
4 1 Therese Johaug  Norway 19:11.5 2 35.7 19:01.0 3 38:48.2 +14.6
5 9 Aino-Kaisa Saarinen  Finland 19:12.4 5 34.2 19:02.3 5 38:48.9 +15.3
6 3 Justyna Kowalczyk  Poland 19:12.9 6 39.6 19:37.2 10 39:29.7 +56.1
7 5 Kerttu Niskanen  Finland 19:17.4 7 32.0 19:45.9 14 39:35.3 +1:01.7
8 15 Jessica Diggins  United States 20:01.7 27 34.3 19:29.5 8 40:05.5 +1:31.9
9 27 Emma Wikén  Sweden 19:48.5 14 33.8 19:44.9 13 40:07.2 +1:33.6
10 13 Masako Ishida  Japan 19:24.4 8 34.3 20:09.6 27 40:08.3 +1:34.7
11 14 Eva Vrabcová-Nývltová  Czech Republic 19:51.0 17 33.7 19:44.1 11 40:08.8 +1:35.2
12 12 Liz Stephen  United States 20:14.7 31 32.7 19:22.2 7 40:09.6 +1:36.0
13 7 Krista Lähteenmäki  Finland 19:27.6 10 34.6 20:07.7 24 40:09.9 +1:36.3
14 26 Nicole Fessel  Germany 19:24.8 9 37.3 20:09.3 26 40:11.4 +1:37.8
DSQ 8 Yuliya Chekaleva  Russia 19:50.6 16 36.4 19:44.6 12 40:11.6 +1:38.0
16 29 Marina Piller  Italy 19:54.7 19 43.2 19:36.1 9 40:14.0 +1:40.4
17 31 Natalia Zhukova  Russia 19:48.2 13 35.1 19:52.2 15 40:15.5 +1:41.9
18 20 Aurore Jéan  France 19:55.2 20 34.6 19:57.3 16 40:27.1 +1:53.5
19 37 Barbara Jezeršek  Slovenia 19:48.9 15 34.8 20:05.8 22 40:29.5 +1:55.9
20 19 Sara Lindborg  Sweden 19:56.1 21 34.7 20:01.6 19 40:32.4 +1:58.8
21 33 Célia Aymonier  France 20:00.0 25 35.1 19:57.5 17 40:32.6 +1:59.0
22 24 Coraline Hugue  France 20:41.1 45 34.5 19:17.5 6 40:33.1 +1:59.5
23 11 Kristin Størmer Steira  Norway 19:54.2 18 34.8 20:06.5 23 40:35.5 +2:01.9
24 21 Olga Kuziukova  Russia 19:39.2 12 35.0 20:29.0 34 40:43.2 +2:09.6
25 38 Laura Orgué  Spain 20:07.6 29 34.1 20:04.8 20 40:46.5 +2:12.9
26 16 Katrin Zeller  Germany 19:57.6 23 35.4 20:16.7 29 40:49.7 +2:16.1
27 30 Valentina Shevchenko  Ukraine 20:17.0 34 33.1 20:00.6 18 40:50.7 +2:17.1
28 25 Irina Khazova  Russia 20:04.9 28 38.9 20:16.5 28 41:00.3 +2:26.7
29 41 Paulina Maciuszek  Poland 20:15.0 32 36.4 20:09.2 25 41:00.6 +2:27.0
30 32 Debora Agreiter  Italy 20:25.4 40 34.5 20:04.9 21 41:04.8 +2:31.2
31 23 Sadie Bjornsen  United States 19:56.8 22 35.9 20:37.0 36 41:09.7 +2:36.1
32 36 Elisa Brocard  Italy 20:20.3 36 34.3 20:18.0 30 41:12.6 +2:39.0
33 10 Anne Kyllönen  Finland 19:30.3 11 35.7 20:12.9 47 41:18.9 +2:45.3
34 56 Kornelia Kubinska  Poland 20:23.5 39 35.2 20:20.7 31 41:19.4 +2:45.8
35 17 Stefanie Böhler  Germany 20:00.8 26 39.5 20:39.7 37 41:20.0 +2:46.4
36 43 Petra Novaková  Czech Republic 20:16.5 33 38.2 20:26.0 33 41:20.7 +2:47.1
37 35 Teresa Stadlober  Austria 20:35.7 42 38.6 20:24.5 32 41:38.8 +3:05.2
38 28 Anouk Faivre Picon  France 20:21.2 37 34.7 20:48.5 40 41:44.4 +3:10.8
39 39 Britta Johansson Norgren  Sweden 19:59.3 24 34.5 21:17.2 48 41:51.0 +3:17.4
40 46 Yelena Kolomina  Kazakhstan 20:27.8 41 39.9 20:44.5 38 41:52.2 +3:18.6
41 61 Anastassiya Slonova  Kazakhstan 20:40.3 43 40.7 20:31.8 35 41:52.8 +3:19.2
42 49 Emily Nishikawa  Canada 20:42.6 46 36.7 20:45.4 39 42:04.7 +3:31.1
43 18 Claudia Nystad  Germany 20:40.7 44 36.1 20:52.0 42 42:08.8 +3:35.2
44 47 Virginia de Martin Topranin  Italy 20:19.8 35 38.0 21:19.8 42 42:17.6 +3:44.0
45 55 Agnieszka Szymanczak  Poland 20:42.9 47 36.3 21:03.1 45 42:22.3 +3:48.7
46 22 Katerina Smutna  Austria 20:14.2 30 36.9 21:41.7 53 42:32.8 +3:59.2
47 34 Holly Brooks  United States 20:22.3 38 37.1 21:34.6 50 42:34.0 +4:00.4
48 44 Maryna Antsybor  Ukraine 21:06.1 49 34.5 21:01.9 44 42:42.5 +4:08.9
49 52 Kateryna Grygorenko  Ukraine 21:11.6 50 34.3 21:01.2 43 42:47.2 +4:13.6
50 51 Li Hongxue  China 21:21.0 52 44.2 21:12.5 46 43:17.7 +4:44.1
51 57 Brittany Webster  Canada 21:01.6 48 36.8 21:47.2 55 43:25.6 +4:52.0
52 42 Tetyana Antypenko  Ukraine 21:19.5 51 39.2 21:41.6 52 43:40.3 +5:06.7
53 40 Alena Sannikova  Belarus 21:46.4 55 36.3 21:47.0 54 44:09.7 +5:36.1
54 54 Lee Chae-Won  South Korea 22:41.1 59 44.8 20:51.3 41 44:17.2 +5:43.6
55 45 Amanda Ammar  Canada 21:39.3 54 37.4 22:07.6 57 44:24.3 +5:50.7
56 50 Antonia Grigorova  Bulgaria 22:12.5 57 34.5 21:40.9 51 44:27.9 +5:54.3
57 48 Tatyana Ossipova  Kazakhstan 21:31.3 53 41.8 22:15.9 58 44:29.0 +5:55.4
58 53 Klara Moravcová  Czech Republic 22:00.9 56 42.7 21:57.2 56 44:40.8 +6:07.2
59 58 Vedrana Malec  Croatia 22:23.2 58 38.8 22:50.1 59 45:52.1 +7:18.5
60 60 Timea Sara  Romania 22:54.0 60 38.5 23:10.5 60 46:43.0 +8:09.4
61 59 Kelime Çetinkaya  Turkey 22:54.9 61 41.7 23:41.1 61 47:17.7 +8:44.1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cross-country Skiing Schedule and Results". SOOC. Retrieved 11 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "Norway's Bjørgen makes history with fourth gold". The Local. 8 February 2014. Retrieved 9 February 2014. 
  3. ^ "Qualification Systems for XXII Olympic Winter Games, Sochi 2014" (PDF). International Ski Federation. December 2011. Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  4. ^ Final Results