FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011 – Men's 50 kilometre freestyle

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FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011
Oslo, Norway
Cross country skiing pictogram.svg Cross-country skiing
Individual
Sprint men women
Interval start 15 km men 10 km women
Pursuit 30 km men 15 km women
Mass start 50 km men 30 km women
Team
Team sprint men women
Relay 4×10 km men 4×5 km women
Nordic combined pictogram.svg Nordic combined
Normal hill Individual Team
Large hill Individual Team
Ski jumping pictogram.svg Ski jumping
Men
Normal hill Individual Team
Large hill Individual Team
Women
Normal hill Individual

The Men's 50 km freestyle mass start is the final event of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011. It will go underway on 6 March 2011 at 13:00 CET. Norway's Petter Northug is both the defending world and Olympic champion.[1][2]

Results[edit]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Time Deficit
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Petter Northug  Norway 2:08:09.0
2nd, silver medalist(s) 6 Maxim Vylegzhanin  Russia 2:08:10.7 +1.7
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 15 Tord Asle Gjerdalen  Norway 2:08:15.3 +6.3
4 34 Sjur Røthe  Norway 2:08:17.0 +8.0
5 14 Alex Harvey  Canada 2:08:17.2 +8.2
6 19 Tobias Angerer  Germany 2:08:17.2 +8.2
7 2 Daniel Rickardsson  Sweden 2:08:17.5 +8.5
8 38 Juha Lallukka  Finland 2:08:19.4 +10.4
9 11 Giorgio Di Centa  Italy 2:08:33.9 +24.9
10 37 Sergei Dolidovich  Belarus 2:08:35.9 +26.9
11 33 Petter Eliassen  Norway 2:08:36.9 +27.9
12 8 Ilia Chernousov  Russia 2:08:40.5 +31.5
13 3 Lukáš Bauer  Czech Republic 2:08:41.1 +32.1
14 16 Anders Södergren  Sweden 2:08:41.5 +32.5
15 5 Marcus Hellner  Sweden 2:08:47.4 +38.4
16 20 Johan Olsson  Sweden 2:08:47.4 +38.4
17 22 Ivan Babikov  Canada 2:08:59.2 +50.2
18 17 Tom Reichelt  Germany 2:09:31.2 +1:22.2
19 21 Pietro Piller Cottrer  Italy 2:09:31.5 +1:22.5
20 1 Dario Cologna   Switzerland 2:09:58.7 +1:49.7
21 31 Thomas Moriggl  Italy 2:10:18.6 +2:09.6
22 18 Vincent Vittoz  France 2:10:40.9 +2:31.9
23 36 Martin Koukal  Czech Republic 2:10:45.7 +2:36.7
24 12 Martin Johnsrud Sundby  Norway 2:11:12.0 +3:03.0
25 28 Martin Bajčičák  Slovakia 2:11:25.1 +3:16.1
26 25 Ville Nousiainen  Finland 2:11:31.3 +3:22.3
27 35 Franz Göring  Germany 2:11:49.4 +3:40.4
28 10 Roland Clara  Italy 2:12:00.8 +3:51.8
29 23 Konstantin Glavatskikh  Russia 2:12:46.0 +4:37.0
30 43 Noah Hoffman  United States 2:12:47.7 +4:38.7
31 45 Tero Similae  Finland 2:13:28.3 +5:19.3
32 46 Aivar Rehemaa  Estonia 2:13:28.4 +5:19.4
33 29 Robin Duvillard  France 2:13:29.9 +5:20.9
34 27 Tim Tscharnke  Germany 2:14:07.3 +5:58.3
35 48 Teemu Kattilakoski  Finland 2:14:56.6 +6:47.6
36 26 Keishin Yoshida  Japan 2:15:27.3 +7:18.3
37 30 Remo Fischer   Switzerland 2:15:29.3 +7:20.3
38 50 Sergey Cherepanov  Kazakhstan 2:15:42.0 +7:33.0
39 39 Lars Flora  United States 2:15:42.4 +7:33.4
40 44 Tad Elliot  United States 2:15:45.8 +7:36.8
41 24 Sergey Shiryayev  Russia 2:15:55.6 +7:46.6
42 62 Eeri Vahtra  Estonia 2:16:11.4 +8:02.4
43 41 Jiří Magál  Czech Republic 2:17:08.9 +8:59.9
44 9 Curdin Perl   Switzerland 2:17:27.0 +9:18.0
45 13 Maurice Manificat  France 2:17:36.6 +9:27.6
46 56 Vicenç Vilarrubla  Spain 2:18:11.2 +10:02.2
47 40 Juergen Pinter  Austria 2:18:19.8 +10:10.8
48 65 Bernhard Tritscher  Austria 2:19:00.7 +10:51.7
49 47 Karel Tammjärv  Estonia 2:20:01.1 +11:52.1
50 51 Michail Semenov  Belarus 2:20:01.4 +11:52.4
51 84 Bill Demong  United States 2:20:06.9 +11:57.9
52 60 Gennadiy Matviyenko  Kazakhstan 2:20:12.6 +12:03.6
53 71 Yerdos Akhmadiyev  Kazakhstan 2:20:13.0 +12:04.0
54 58 Diego Ruiz  Spain 2:21:00.1 +12:51.1
55 32 Toni Livers   Switzerland 2:21:12.2 +13:03.2
56 42 Nobu Naruse  Japan 2:22:16.6 +14:07.6
57 66 Ioseba Rojo  Spain 2:23:00.1 +14:51.1
58 53 Javier Gutiérrez  Spain 2:23:07.4 +14:58.4
59 49 Andrew Musgrave  United Kingdom 2:23:54.5 +15:45.5
60 63 Thomas Grader  Austria 2:24:18.2 +16:09.2
61 67 Oleksiy Shvidkiy  Ukraine 2:25:04.7 +16:55.7
62 76 Benjamin Koons  New Zealand 2:26:54.2 +18:45.2
63 55 Ben Sim  Australia 2:28:16.2 +20:07.2
64 54 Johannes Duerr  Austria 2:30:05.1 +21:56.1
65 64 Ivan Bilosyuk  Ukraine 2:30:10.5 +22:01.5
66 68 Callum Watson  Australia 2:30:43.9 +22:34.9
67 78 Raivis Zīmelis  Latvia 2:31:05.8 +22:56.8
68 69 Francois Soulie  Andorra 2:32:33.7 +24:24.7
69 72 Jonas Thor Olsen  Denmark 2:36:06.1 +27:57.1
70 73 Asger Fischer Moelgaard  Denmark LAP
71 70 Arvis Liepiņš  Latvia LAP
72 75 Ewan Watson  Australia LAP
73 74 Chris Darlington  Australia LAP
74 79 Pavles Ribakovs  Latvia LAP
75 77 Jens Hulgaard  Denmark LAP
76 80 Simon James Platt  United Kingdom LAP
77 81 Janis Teteris  Latvia LAP
78 82 Leonardo Lutz  Brazil LAP
79 83 Cesar Baena  Venezuela LAP
7 Jean-Marc Gaillard  France DNF
57 Masaya Kimura  Japan DNF
61 Denis Volotka  Kazakhstan DNF
52 Petr Novák  Czech Republic DNS
59 Alexander Lasutkin  Belarus DNS
85 Bernardo Baena  Venezuela DNS

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