FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2017 – Men's 30 kilometre pursuit

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Men's 30 kilometre pursuit
at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2017
LocationLahti, Finland
Date25 February
Competitors66 from 29 nations
Winning time1:09:16.7
Medalists
gold medal    Russia
silver medal    Norway
bronze medal    Norway
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The Men's 30 kilometre pursuit event of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2017 was held on 25 February 2017.[1][2]

Results[edit]

The race was started at 14:30.[3]

Rank Bib Athlete Country Time Deficit
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Sergey Ustiugov  Russia 1:09:16.7
2nd, silver medalist(s) 1 Martin Johnsrud Sundby  Norway 1:09:23.4 +6.7
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 9 Finn Hågen Krogh  Norway 1:09:48.5 +31.8
4 7 Sjur Røthe  Norway 1:09:49.8 +33.1
5 3 Alex Harvey  Canada 1:09:50.0 +33.3
6 8 Didrik Tønseth  Norway 1:09:50.2 +33.5
7 5 Marcus Hellner  Sweden 1:09:50.4 +33.7
8 14 Andrey Larkov  Russia 1:09:52.8 +36.1
9 20 Lari Lehtonen  Finland 1:09:53.9 +37.2
10 31 Giandomenico Salvadori  Italy 1:09:54.0 +37.3
11 11 Andrew Musgrave  Great Britain 1:09:54.4 +37.7
12 18 Keishin Yoshida  Japan 1:09:59.0 +42.3
13 24 Jonas Baumann   Switzerland 1:09:59.9 +43.2
14 6 Maurice Manificat  France 1:10:03.4 +46.7
15 27 Aleksandr Bolshunov  Russia 1:10:12.7 +56.0
16 17 Florian Notz  Germany 1:10:14.4 +57.7
17 10 Aleksandr Bessmertnykh  Russia 1:10:25.4 +1:08.7
18 2 Matti Heikkinen  Finland 1:10:33.0 +1:16.3
19 21 Lucas Bögl  Germany 1:11:13.4 +1:56.7
20 13 Calle Halfvarsson  Sweden 1:11:44.4 +2:27.7
21 26 Jonas Dobler  Germany 1:11:51.4 +2:34.7
22 15 Jens Burman  Sweden 1:11:52.6 +2:35.9
23 16 Daniel Richardsson  Sweden 1:11:56.9 +2:40.2
24 40 Sergei Dolidovich  Belarus 1:12:49.2 +3:32.5
25 23 Jason Rüesch   Switzerland 1:12:49.3 +3:32.6
26 12 Jean-Marc Gaillard  France 1:12:49.5 +3:32.8
27 37 Sebastiano Pellegrin  Italy 1:12:50.6 +3:33.9
28 34 Yury Astapenka  Belarus 1:12:53.0 +3:36.3
29 53 Sergey Mikayelyan  Armenia 1:12:53.7 +3:37.0
30 25 Perttu Hyvärinen  Finland 1:12:57.1 +3:40.4
31 47 Max Hauke  Austria 1:12:57.5 +3:40.8
32 19 Clément Parisse  France 1:12:59.2 +3:42.5
33 38 Irineu Esteve Altimiras  Andorra 1:12:59.3 +3:42.6
34 57 Aivar Rehemaa  Estonia 1:13:05.3 +3:48.6
35 48 Philipp Haelg  Liechtenstein 1:13:27.8 +4:11.1
36 45 Karel Tammjärv  Estonia 1:13:33.5 +4:16.8
37 58 Olzhas Klimin  Kazakhstan 1:13:51.9 +4:35.2
38 42 Ville Nousiainen  Finland 1:13:58.1 +4:41.4
39 43 Snorri Einarsson  Iceland 1:14:10.6 +4:53.9
40 35 Michail Semenov  Belarus 1:14:22.3 +5:05.6
41 29 Paul Constantin Pepene  Romania 1:14:23.7 +5:07.0
42 55 Yevgeniy Velichko  Kazakhstan 1:14:46.6 +5:29.9
43 52 Petr Knop  Czech Republic 1:14:47.9 +5:31.2
44 32 Hiroyuki Miyazawa  Japan 1:14:58.2 +5:41.5
45 33 Sergio Rigoni  Italy 1:15:03.6 +5:46.9
46 44 Vitaliy Pukhkalo  Kazakhstan 1:15:31.7 +6:15.0
47 28 Graeme Killick  Canada 1:15:40.2 +6:23.5
48 36 Tad Elliott  United States 1:16:27.9 +7:11.2
49 39 Kyle Bratrud  United States 1:16:33.2 +7:16.5
50 54 Oleksii Krasovskyi  Ukraine 1:17:01.3 +7:44.6
51 56 Jan Antolec  Poland 1:17:26.0 +8:09.3
52 46 Alvar Johannes Alev  Estonia 1:17:40.8 +8:24.1
53 49 Imanol Rojo  Spain 1:17:42.5 +8:25.8
54 60 Kaarel Kasper Kõrge  Estonia 1:17:42.8 +8:26.1
55 59 Knute Johnsgaard  Canada 1:17:56.9 +8:40.2
56 65 Daulet Rakhimbayev  Kazakhstan 1:18:45.3 +9:28.6
57 30 Noah Hoffman  United States 1:18:50.3 +9:33.6
58 61 Thomas Hjalmar Westgård  Ireland 1:19:35.6 +10:18.9
59 63 Callum Smith  Great Britain LAP
60 51 Miroslav Rypl  Czech Republic
61 62 Oleg Yoltukhovskyy  Ukraine
62 67 Deividas Kliševičius  Lithuania
63 68 Thibaut De Marre  Belgium
66 Lukas Jakeliūnas  Lithuania DNF
64 Callum Watson  Australia
50 Andrew Young  Great Britain
22 Devon Kershaw  Canada
41 Benjamin Lustgarten  United States

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